UNICRI - LL.M: Int. Organisations,Int. Criminal Law and Crime Prevention


ruma

hey,
Well my waitlist didn't come through either.

Better luck to us all and congratulations to those who made it. Have a good time!

hey,
Well my waitlist didn't come through either.

Better luck to us all and congratulations to those who made it. Have a good time!
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jobeyme

I am also looking for information on this program. Is it a UN mandated program? What is the cost? How competitive is the admission process? Can anyone help? Thanks.

If I'm not wrong, at the end of April...

Following the Website, "all relevant information on the LL.M. 2007/2008 edition will be published on this web page from April 2007 onwards."

http://www.unicri.it/wwd/master/master2008.php

I am also looking for information on this program. Is it a UN mandated program? What is the cost? How competitive is the admission process? Can anyone help? Thanks.

<blockquote>If I'm not wrong, at the end of April...

Following the Website, "all relevant information on the LL.M. 2007/2008 edition will be published on this web page from April 2007 onwards."

http://www.unicri.it/wwd/master/master2008.php</blockquote>
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jobeyme

Nobody can help me?

If I could help you I would, but I don't know the answer to your question. By the way, I just want to say you're a very beautiful woman and I wish you all the best in your search for an LLM program. If you want to make a new friend, please email me at diaka7850@yahoo.com. I am interested in the same thing that you are--human rights. We can exchange ideas and get to know each other. Take care and wish you all the best.

Nobody can help me?

If I could help you I would, but I don't know the answer to your question. By the way, I just want to say you're a very beautiful woman and I wish you all the best in your search for an LLM program. If you want to make a new friend, please email me at diaka7850@yahoo.com. I am interested in the same thing that you are--human rights. We can exchange ideas and get to know each other. Take care and wish you all the best.
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crimlawyer

Hello everyone,

I read this post for the first time today, after going through an exausting selective proccess applying to many llms.

I was willing to take a place at the UN system as many of you may as well be. I am a lawyer with 2 years exp in criminal litigation and consulting. I was accepted to the LLM at Cambridge, LSE, Chicago and for the Msc. in Crim. and Criminal Justice in Oxford (still considering which to attend).

I speak portuguese, spanish, english and french

Do you know the profile of any current UN employees? Would you guess that I stand a chance?

Thank you indeed

Hello everyone,

I read this post for the first time today, after going through an exausting selective proccess applying to many llms.

I was willing to take a place at the UN system as many of you may as well be. I am a lawyer with 2 years exp in criminal litigation and consulting. I was accepted to the LLM at Cambridge, LSE, Chicago and for the Msc. in Crim. and Criminal Justice in Oxford (still considering which to attend).

I speak portuguese, spanish, english and french

Do you know the profile of any current UN employees? Would you guess that I stand a chance?

Thank you indeed
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hakolkar

Hi Simroy, it was great going through ur post.It was indeed helpful.I am planning to apply this year , can you jus help with the requisites of the course ? I have secured a higher Second Class in my final Year , but i have a work experience of almost 2 years as an intern .How much does it really help.I will be happy if you can help me.Thanx and regards...

Hi All,

I was accepted at UNICRI last year but had to turn down the offer for personal reasons.
I am looking forward to apply again this year..
I have a frnd who is studyin there rite now. What she had to say was that the course is really tough and that there were too many reading materials handed out...
About the job prospects, a LLM in human rights or international relation would fetch you a job in a NGO concentrating on human right and the other option are getting in to the goverment, inter-goverment or the international agencies. For international bodies like UN, they require knowledge of one of the UN official languages and preferably 2 years of work experience in a related field.
There are lot of oppurtunities for human rights professionals but u hve to prepared for a salary that is not very competitive and a job in one of the developing nations...
BTW- Does anyone have any info about this years application. Have they published it yet ??

BTW- This year i am also applyin to University of Kent at Brussels. Seems like a good univ. Kent was top 20 in UK this year

Hi Simroy, it was great going through ur post.It was indeed helpful.I am planning to apply this year , can you jus help with the requisites of the course ? I have secured a higher Second Class in my final Year , but i have a work experience of almost 2 years as an intern .How much does it really help.I will be happy if you can help me.Thanx and regards...<blockquote>Hi All,

I was accepted at UNICRI last year but had to turn down the offer for personal reasons.
I am looking forward to apply again this year..
I have a frnd who is studyin there rite now. What she had to say was that the course is really tough and that there were too many reading materials handed out...
About the job prospects, a LLM in human rights or international relation would fetch you a job in a NGO concentrating on human right and the other option are getting in to the goverment, inter-goverment or the international agencies. For international bodies like UN, they require knowledge of one of the UN official languages and preferably 2 years of work experience in a related field.
There are lot of oppurtunities for human rights professionals but u hve to prepared for a salary that is not very competitive and a job in one of the developing nations...
BTW- Does anyone have any info about this years application. Have they published it yet ??

BTW- This year i am also applyin to University of Kent at Brussels. Seems like a good univ. Kent was top 20 in UK this year</blockquote>
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hakolkar

Hi everybody!! any of you, guys, can help me?
Hi saba ,Have you joined the course in UNICRI ?I am planning to apply this year..

I've studied law in Spain and I'm thinking in taking the UNICRI LL.M in International Organisations,International Criminal Law and Crime Prevention, but before applying I would like to know the opinion of those who are just right now doing the LL.M or somebody who knows something about it...

What do you think about the real job perspectives after doing this LL.M?

I mean, i know, where I live ( in a small village; by the way I'm from Spain) I dont have real opportunities to develop a career in the Human Rights field (maybe only as a tecaher, but is not what I want...) and also I am not pretty sure about the kind of job we will be able to apply after doing the LL.M.

I mean, I know we will be able to work in an International Organization; but what kind of work?Only as a researcher? and it could be possible to work in UN or in an International Court?

As you can see I'm a little bit confused and lost, so I will appreciate any kind of advice....

Thank you very much!!!

<blockquote>Hi everybody!! any of you, guys, can help me?
Hi saba ,Have you joined the course in UNICRI ?I am planning to apply this year..

I've studied law in Spain and I'm thinking in taking the UNICRI LL.M in International Organisations,International Criminal Law and Crime Prevention, but before applying I would like to know the opinion of those who are just right now doing the LL.M or somebody who knows something about it...

What do you think about the real job perspectives after doing this LL.M?

I mean, i know, where I live ( in a small village; by the way I'm from Spain) I dont have real opportunities to develop a career in the Human Rights field (maybe only as a tecaher, but is not what I want...) and also I am not pretty sure about the kind of job we will be able to apply after doing the LL.M.

I mean, I know we will be able to work in an International Organization; but what kind of work?Only as a researcher? and it could be possible to work in UN or in an International Court?

As you can see I'm a little bit confused and lost, so I will appreciate any kind of advice....

Thank you very much!!!</blockquote>
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marthona

For Saba:
Hi, Saba, you guys have a Master's program in Spain at the Universidad de Granada, distance learning, it's in International Criminal Law (or so). Check it out! I still have one more year to finish my JD in Puerto Rico, but I'm considering it.
Regards,

For Saba:
Hi, Saba, you guys have a Master's program in Spain at the Universidad de Granada, distance learning, it's in International Criminal Law (or so). Check it out! I still have one more year to finish my JD in Puerto Rico, but I'm considering it.
Regards,
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Wanni

Hi, can anyone tell me about the estimate for living cost in Turin. I'm planning to study LLM at UNICRI.

Hi, can anyone tell me about the estimate for living cost in Turin. I'm planning to study LLM at UNICRI.
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Hi guys, I did it last year. The course will be taught in English - both practical and theoretical parts.

Definitely, it gives you good opportunities for networking in the field and some have already got internships at UNICRI and other organizations (also, some students from the previous batch have got some good job opportunities). Moreover, there are several people who embarked on PhDs after having done the course.

what was the average age of the participants and finally where did this course make you land I mean are there possiblites of finding internship with the organisation that is UNICRI itself . please let me know u can e-mail me at prabhakardinesh@ymail.com shall appreciate if u reply early

<blockquote>Hi guys, I did it last year. The course will be taught in English - both practical and theoretical parts.

Definitely, it gives you good opportunities for networking in the field and some have already got internships at UNICRI and other organizations (also, some students from the previous batch have got some good job opportunities). Moreover, there are several people who embarked on PhDs after having done the course. </blockquote>
what was the average age of the participants and finally where did this course make you land I mean are there possiblites of finding internship with the organisation that is UNICRI itself . please let me know u can e-mail me at prabhakardinesh@ymail.com shall appreciate if u reply early
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jacekjck

age: sth like 28... post-graduates usually, a few only after a bachelor, a few in their late 30s/early 40s.
internship - no guarantee, a few people got it but don't know how many had applied.

age: sth like 28... post-graduates usually, a few only after a bachelor, a few in their late 30s/early 40s.
internship - no guarantee, a few people got it but don't know how many had applied.
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Hi Everyone!
I'm waiting for the result of selection today. I know now 8.30 in the morning in Indonesia, but I believe now Italy is still dreaming. Wish me luck! Pls update me for anyone who's got the result...

Hi Everyone!
I'm waiting for the result of selection today. I know now 8.30 in the morning in Indonesia, but I believe now Italy is still dreaming. Wish me luck! Pls update me for anyone who's got the result...
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Hi josephinestella i am also eagerly waiting for the results but have less hope of getting through, best of luck to you. Do let me know if u get any information and i shall do the same.

Hi josephinestella i am also eagerly waiting for the results but have less hope of getting through, best of luck to you. Do let me know if u get any information and i shall do the same.
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No signs of any mail yet, has anyone been selected.

No signs of any mail yet, has anyone been selected.
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George_

Hey folks,

if you did not see it:
http://www.unicri.it/wwd/TAE/post-graduate_education/llm/index.php

Guess we all have to wait longer...dammit. Patience needed :)

Hey folks,

if you did not see it:
http://www.unicri.it/wwd/TAE/post-graduate_education/llm/index.php

Guess we all have to wait longer...dammit. Patience needed :)
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julz

Thanks George, that was helpful! Fingers crossed...

Thanks George, that was helpful! Fingers crossed...
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Gosh, I couldn't sleep all night & the whole day I checked my e-mail hundreds times yesterday! Now I'm breakfast & still trying to find any news ..... so, guys, we have to wait one week more...ooorgghh... stomachache.... ^^

Gosh, I couldn't sleep all night & the whole day I checked my e-mail hundreds times yesterday! Now I'm breakfast & still trying to find any news ..... so, guys, we have to wait one week more...ooorgghh... stomachache.... ^^
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Damn, Thanks George, at least there is still some hope i had almost given up, best of luck to all you guys.

Damn, Thanks George, at least there is still some hope i had almost given up, best of luck to all you guys.
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That's right, Sangwanjayant! So we still can keep hoping ~ Just curious, because the website said that the delay is due to numerous of applicants ... hmm... it could be very tough then....

That's right, Sangwanjayant! So we still can keep hoping ~ Just curious, because the website said that the delay is due to numerous of applicants ... hmm... it could be very tough then....
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Tough it will be....as for the numerous applications i can only say that.....'smart people tend to think alike'....and there is a large population of them besides us... ha ha

Tough it will be....as for the numerous applications i can only say that.....'smart people tend to think alike'....and there is a large population of them besides us... ha ha
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kitsch

Hi! Has anyone heard from the UNICRI on the results of the applications? :-)

Hi! Has anyone heard from the UNICRI on the results of the applications? :-)
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