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satine

the 40 students are for the general human rights, HR and labour law, HR and property rights as well

the 40 students are for the general human rights, HR and labour law, HR and property rights as well
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Caditah

Hi everyone!!!

I am waiting for an answer in Lund University for the master in Human rights.
I could see here that all of you guys are very helpful and I will really appreciate any further information you could give me.
I would like to know how hard it is to get accepted in this programme.
Are there a lot of foreign students?
How well known and how good is this programme? What about job opportunities after this master studies?

I am sorry for all of these questions, but I am really anxious about all this and also very curious!!!

Does anybody here applied for this master this year?!!

Nice to meet you all!!! :)

Hi everyone!!!

I am waiting for an answer in Lund University for the master in Human rights.
I could see here that all of you guys are very helpful and I will really appreciate any further information you could give me.
I would like to know how hard it is to get accepted in this programme.
Are there a lot of foreign students?
How well known and how good is this programme? What about job opportunities after this master studies?

I am sorry for all of these questions, but I am really anxious about all this and also very curious!!!

Does anybody here applied for this master this year?!!

Nice to meet you all!!! :)
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satine

Lot of people had the same questions (me too) in this discussion board. First, we don't know , how many people applied, so it's hard to estimate the chances and rates. In the programrme there are only international students, but Swedish students can join us during their "normal" degree progamme.
This master has an excellent reputation, and according to the webpage of the faculty every student had found a job since.

Lot of people had the same questions (me too) in this discussion board. First, we don't know , how many people applied, so it's hard to estimate the chances and rates. In the programrme there are only international students, but Swedish students can join us during their "normal" degree progamme.
This master has an excellent reputation, and according to the webpage of the faculty every student had found a job since.
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Caditah

Thanks a lot satine!!!!

Are you a current student in Human Rights?
Did you need to have a lot of experience to be admited in this master?
And is it easy to find a job in Lund?

Again, sorry for all these questions!!!

I can't see the time to see the results for this master!!! It s very hard to wait for this long without any information from them!!!

Thanks a lot satine!!!!

Are you a current student in Human Rights?
Did you need to have a lot of experience to be admited in this master?
And is it easy to find a job in Lund?

Again, sorry for all these questions!!!

I can't see the time to see the results for this master!!! It s very hard to wait for this long without any information from them!!!
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satine

I think you should read the whole thread,everybody had/have this questions, I answered lot of them some weeks before. And yes, I am a current student here. If you have further questions, of course I try to answer. I think you will have the answer from the uni at the end of April/beginning of May.

I think you should read the whole thread,everybody had/have this questions, I answered lot of them some weeks before. And yes, I am a current student here. If you have further questions, of course I try to answer. I think you will have the answer from the uni at the end of April/beginning of May.
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Seltue12

I've applied to the LLM in international human rights and labor rights program. I would love to get to know some people in that program and people who are applying to that program... :-). I am a student from Liberia, West Africa but is a USA Resident. I don't need TOEFL since I graduated from a university in the USA. Can some one tell me how many students are accepted into the program.

I've applied to the LLM in international human rights and labor rights program. I would love to get to know some people in that program and people who are applying to that program... :-). I am a student from Liberia, West Africa but is a USA Resident. I don't need TOEFL since I graduated from a university in the USA. Can some one tell me how many students are accepted into the program.

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satine

read my previous posts on this page.

read my previous posts on this page.
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Caditah

Hey satine!!!

Thanks fo all of your replies!!! I realy appreciate your help!!

And good lucky to you Seltue!!!

Cheers!!!

Hey satine!!!

Thanks fo all of your replies!!! I realy appreciate your help!!

And good lucky to you Seltue!!!

Cheers!!!
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Seltue12

Thanks Caditah, hopefully we all will be accepted and will have the opportunity of studying together.

Thanks fo all of your replies!!! I realy appreciate your help!!

And good lucky to you Seltue!!!

Cheers!!!

Thanks Caditah, hopefully we all will be accepted and will have the opportunity of studying together.

Thanks fo all of your replies!!! I realy appreciate your help!!

And good lucky to you Seltue!!!

Cheers!!!</blockquote>
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Seltue12

Don't forget everybody because Programmes starting in the autumn 2008 student can preregister for housing if you have been accepted by the University from April 1st - May 20th according to http://www.lu.se/o.o.i.s/10918

Don't forget everybody because Programmes starting in the autumn 2008 student can preregister for housing if you have been accepted by the University from April 1st - May 20th according to http://www.lu.se/o.o.i.s/10918
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Caditah

Hi Seltue and everybody!!!

Were you able to pre register for housing in the web site?
What coordinator name have you used to do this?
I tried to pre regster today, but it wasn t possible!!!

Thanks for your help in advance!!! :)

Hi Seltue and everybody!!!

Were you able to pre register for housing in the web site?
What coordinator name have you used to do this?
I tried to pre regster today, but it wasn t possible!!!

Thanks for your help in advance!!! :)
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chezmozart

hey! I am a student from Shanghai, China. I applied for the LL.M in maritime law in Lund. I am from a maritime university and i am now doing my internship in a British law firm's branch in my city. I just hope i would be admitted...............pray and pray.......
It's very hard to be a lawyer cuz you would be very busy, i left my office at 22:00p.m last friday....
Really tired.....

hey! I am a student from Shanghai, China. I applied for the LL.M in maritime law in Lund. I am from a maritime university and i am now doing my internship in a British law firm's branch in my city. I just hope i would be admitted...............pray and pray.......
It's very hard to be a lawyer cuz you would be very busy, i left my office at 22:00p.m last friday....
Really tired.....
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m.dymas

hey! I am a student from Shanghai, China. I applied for the LL.M in maritime law in Lund. I am from a maritime university and i am now doing my internship in a British law firm's branch in my city. I just hope i would be admitted...............pray and pray.......
It's very hard to be a lawyer cuz you would be very busy, i left my office at 22:00p.m last friday....
Really tired.....


I applied 2 programs at lund : Human Rights and Business law, i am interested in both subject,but in the end it would be available only 1 program to be engage in.

Btw chezmozart, i also work as a lawyer in my country, i've been doing it for living for the past 3 years, and it is really exhausting, i've spend 19 hours a day at the office, and only 4 hours of sleep at home.
But still i'm not rich enough to finance my LLM program.... :((

<blockquote>hey! I am a student from Shanghai, China. I applied for the LL.M in maritime law in Lund. I am from a maritime university and i am now doing my internship in a British law firm's branch in my city. I just hope i would be admitted...............pray and pray.......
It's very hard to be a lawyer cuz you would be very busy, i left my office at 22:00p.m last friday....
Really tired.....</blockquote>

I applied 2 programs at lund : Human Rights and Business law, i am interested in both subject,but in the end it would be available only 1 program to be engage in.

Btw chezmozart, i also work as a lawyer in my country, i've been doing it for living for the past 3 years, and it is really exhausting, i've spend 19 hours a day at the office, and only 4 hours of sleep at home.
But still i'm not rich enough to finance my LLM program.... :((
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chezmozart

Hey, can i ask where are u from?
Is there any human rights lawyer in ur country? In my country i've never heard about it.........i mean professional human rights lawyer
I am working in a maritime law firm (British one) and the internship is very cool. My boss there is very very kind and really wants to "train" me(which is very important for me as a green hand....) my study will be paid by my parents if i am lucky enough to get the position!
I hope both of us could be admitted......

Hey, can i ask where are u from?
Is there any human rights lawyer in ur country? In my country i've never heard about it.........i mean professional human rights lawyer
I am working in a maritime law firm (British one) and the internship is very cool. My boss there is very very kind and really wants to "train" me(which is very important for me as a green hand....) my study will be paid by my parents if i am lucky enough to get the position!
I hope both of us could be admitted......
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m.dymas

Hey, can i ask where are u from?
Is there any human rights lawyer in ur country? In my country i've never heard about it.........i mean professional human rights lawyer
I am working in a maritime law firm (British one) and the internship is very cool. My boss there is very very kind and really wants to "train" me(which is very important for me as a green hand....) my study will be paid by my parents if i am lucky enough to get the position!
I hope both of us could be admitted......


I am from Indonesia.
As for human rights lawyers, we don't have the specific term about it. Most of lawyers in Indonesia are separated into two types of lawyers : Litigation and Corporate/Consultant lawyers. Usually through the Legal Aid foundation, litigation lawyers act as a Human Rights Lawyer, engaging in a pro bono case at most of his/her career. Recently in year 2000, our country establish the new judicial institution namely Court for Human Rights matters. But usually those who engage in the court are those who has the license to appear in regular court.

yup lets hope for the best...29th of april seems so long....

<blockquote>Hey, can i ask where are u from?
Is there any human rights lawyer in ur country? In my country i've never heard about it.........i mean professional human rights lawyer
I am working in a maritime law firm (British one) and the internship is very cool. My boss there is very very kind and really wants to "train" me(which is very important for me as a green hand....) my study will be paid by my parents if i am lucky enough to get the position!
I hope both of us could be admitted......</blockquote>

I am from Indonesia.
As for human rights lawyers, we don't have the specific term about it. Most of lawyers in Indonesia are separated into two types of lawyers : Litigation and Corporate/Consultant lawyers. Usually through the Legal Aid foundation, litigation lawyers act as a Human Rights Lawyer, engaging in a pro bono case at most of his/her career. Recently in year 2000, our country establish the new judicial institution namely Court for Human Rights matters. But usually those who engage in the court are those who has the license to appear in regular court.

yup lets hope for the best...29th of april seems so long....
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chezmozart

Lund told me the result will come out on April 17th
every of us will receive an email

Lund told me the result will come out on April 17th
every of us will receive an email
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m.dymas

Lund told me the result will come out on April 17th
every of us will receive an email


are you sure?because the website says that the announcement will be postponed to 29th of april,but i'll check it out again

<blockquote>Lund told me the result will come out on April 17th
every of us will receive an email</blockquote>

are you sure?because the website says that the announcement will be postponed to 29th of april,but i'll check it out again
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chezmozart

ask Lund the director of the programme, not VHS

ask Lund the director of the programme, not VHS
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Seltue12

It not possible yet but I just wanted everybody to know that if you get accepted that is the second thing to do after you have responded to your acceptance letter. It run from April-May.

Hi Seltue and everybody!!!

Were you able to pre register for housing in the web site?
What coordinator name have you used to do this?
I tried to pre regster today, but it wasn t possible!!!

Thanks for your help in advance!!! :)

It not possible yet but I just wanted everybody to know that if you get accepted that is the second thing to do after you have responded to your acceptance letter. It run from April-May.
<blockquote>Hi Seltue and everybody!!!

Were you able to pre register for housing in the web site?
What coordinator name have you used to do this?
I tried to pre regster today, but it wasn t possible!!!

Thanks for your help in advance!!! :)</blockquote>
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napolibo

Seltue - where are you in the US? I'm in between Baltimore and D.C. - maybe if we're close to each other we could meet up.

Like each of you, I am soooo anxious about the admission results. But for those of you who are in the program (Satine!), has Lund and the program lived up to your expectations?

Seltue - where are you in the US? I'm in between Baltimore and D.C. - maybe if we're close to each other we could meet up.

Like each of you, I am soooo anxious about the admission results. But for those of you who are in the program (Satine!), has Lund and the program lived up to your expectations?
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