LLM in Transnational Arbitration & Dispute Settlement (the TADS), Sciences Po, Paris


LLM 2019

Hi LLM takers,
Can you guys share your experiences at Science Po? Since its a new course, any experiences share would be helpful.

Thanks in advance.

Hi LLM takers,
Can you guys share your experiences at Science Po? Since its a new course, any experiences share would be helpful.

Thanks in advance.
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asp811

Hey guys! Anybody going for this program this year? Would like to speak. 

Hey guys! Anybody going for this program this year? Would like to speak. 
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Mkrishna04

Hi everyone, is anyone aware of the changes that have been made to the program. What i can understand from the updated university calendar is that they have shrunk the course with it ending in May 2021. I am not able to get my head around the new calendar. If anyone give their two cents about it. It will be very much helpful. 

Hi everyone, is anyone aware of the changes that have been made to the program. What i can understand from the updated university calendar is that they have shrunk the course with it ending in May 2021. I am not able to get my head around the new calendar. If anyone give their two cents about it. It will be very much helpful. 
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akhilunnam

Hi everyone, is anyone aware of the changes that have been made to the program. What i can understand from the updated university calendar is that they have shrunk the course with it ending in May 2021. I am not able to get my head around the new calendar. If anyone give their two cents about it. It will be very much helpful. 


can you share a link or something to the calendar ?

[quote]Hi everyone, is anyone aware of the changes that have been made to the program. What i can understand from the updated university calendar is that they have shrunk the course with it ending in May 2021. I am not able to get my head around the new calendar. If anyone give their two cents about it. It will be very much helpful.&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>can you share a link or something to the calendar ?
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Mkrishna04

https://www.sciencespo.fr/students/sites/sciencespo.fr.students/files/calendrier-universitaire-2020-21-en.pdf

<a href="https://www.sciencespo.fr/students/sites/sciencespo.fr.students/files/calendrier-universitaire-2020-21-en.pdf">https://www.sciencespo.fr/students/sites/sciencespo.fr.students/files/calendrier-universitaire-2020-21-en.pdf</a>
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HerrDenY

Hi, guys. Is professional experience a prerequisite for this program. I understand they are seeking early- or mid-career professionals. Well, currently I am a graduate student and I wonder if I am qualified for this program. I have done several internships in law firms, but none of them is directly relevant to arbitration or dispute settlement. 

Hi, guys. Is professional experience a prerequisite for this program. I understand they are seeking early- or mid-career professionals. Well, currently I am a graduate student and I wonder if I am qualified for this program. I have done several internships in law firms, but none of them is directly relevant to arbitration or dispute settlement.&nbsp;
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Hello everyone, I have received my admit for TADS LLM this year. Is there anybody on this thread who has also received their admit for the 2020 LLM? I would love to talk to the incoming students.

As regards the updated calendar, from what I understand they have indeed compressed the 12 month course into 7 or 8 months. I had a zoom meeting with the academic advisors who were quite helpful in explaining that the LLM will be for the same number of hours. But instead of the hours being spread out over 12 months, they will utilise weekends and all week days to complete the classes in 7-8 months. Thereafter, students will get sufficient time to do their thesis/internship even if it rolls over to the next academic year.

The only thing still confusing me is when the academic registration for the program is commencing. There is a lot of confusion even among the Sciences Po administrative staff since ours is the only LLM which commences in January, 2021 and doesn't have any online classes.

If anyone has clarity on this, please do reach out :)

[Edited by nikita.panse on Sep 24, 2020]

Hello everyone, I have received my admit for TADS LLM this year. Is there anybody on this thread who has also received their admit for the 2020 LLM? I would love to talk to the incoming students.<br><br>As regards the updated calendar, from what I understand they have indeed compressed the 12 month course into 7 or 8 months. I had a zoom meeting with the academic advisors who were quite helpful in explaining that the LLM will be for the same number of hours. But instead of the hours being spread out over 12 months, they will utilise weekends and all week days to complete the classes in 7-8 months. Thereafter, students will get sufficient time to do their thesis/internship even if it rolls over to the next academic year.<br><br>The only thing still confusing me is when the academic registration for the program is commencing. There is a lot of confusion even among the Sciences Po administrative staff since ours is the only LLM which commences in January, 2021 and doesn't have any online classes.<br><br>If anyone has clarity on this, please do reach out :)
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