GPA of 3 looking for USA or Australian LLM


Maripau

Hi guys, I'm from Argentina, and I would like to study an LLM in USA or Australia. These are my resources:
- High School GPA 3.4
- Law School GPA 3
- Volunteer experience on Gender Rights (an internship for the City Hall and in the law school)
- Work Experience on Judiciary, on Criminal Law
-TOEFL pending (I will take it in July)

The thing is, my GPA seems low but for my university (Universidad Nacional de Rosario) is above the average, and I asked for a ranking certificate, but I remember being at least between the 15% top the class.
I have finishsed my degree 9 years ago.
I also will need financial aid to pay the LLM
I was thinking on an LLM on Humans Rights, or International Law.

These is my top universities: USA: Columbia, Cornell, Fordham, San Diego and Pepperdine.
AUSTRALIA: Monash, The Sydney University, Deakin, Victoria.

What do you think my prospects are?

Hi guys, I'm from Argentina, and I would like to study an LLM in USA or Australia. These are my resources:
- High School GPA 3.4
- Law School GPA 3
- Volunteer experience on Gender Rights (an internship for the City Hall and in the law school)
- Work Experience on Judiciary, on Criminal Law
-TOEFL pending (I will take it in July)

The thing is, my GPA seems low but for my university (Universidad Nacional de Rosario) is above the average, and I asked for a ranking certificate, but I remember being at least between the 15% top the class.
I have finishsed my degree 9 years ago.
I also will need financial aid to pay the LLM
I was thinking on an LLM on Humans Rights, or International Law.

These is my top universities: USA: Columbia, Cornell, Fordham, San Diego and Pepperdine.
AUSTRALIA: Monash, The Sydney University, Deakin, Victoria.

What do you think my prospects are?
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Hello Maripau,

Your educational background is very interesting. We would be happy to receive your application.

I recommend that you consider our LLM in Comparative Law program, which is designed especially for attorneys educated outside of the United States. It even offers a concentration in International Law, which is your main area of interest. The program is comprised of 25 credits--4 required credits (2 courses), and 21 elective credits.

Please let me know if you have any other questions. We look forward to receiving your application!

Kind regards,

Robynn Allveri
rallveri@sandiego.edu
Asst. Director, Graduate and International Programs
University of San Diego School of Law

Hello Maripau,<br><br>Your educational background is very interesting. We would be happy to receive your application.<br><br>I recommend that you consider our LLM in Comparative Law program, which is designed especially for attorneys educated outside of the United States. It even offers a concentration in International Law, which is your main area of interest. The program is comprised of 25 credits--4 required credits (2 courses), and 21 elective credits.<br><br>Please let me know if you have any other questions. We look forward to receiving your application!<br><br>Kind regards,<br><br>Robynn Allveri<br><i>rallveri@sandiego.edu<br></i>Asst. Director, Graduate and International Programs<br>University of San Diego School of Law
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Maripau

Hello Maripau,

Your educational background is very interesting. We would be happy to receive your application.

I recommend that you consider our LLM in Comparative Law program, which is designed especially for attorneys educated outside of the United States. It even offers a concentration in International Law, which is your main area of interest. The program is comprised of 25 credits--4 required credits (2 courses), and 21 elective credits.

Please let me know if you have any other questions. We look forward to receiving your application!

Kind regards,

Robynn Allveri
rallveri@sandiego.edu
Asst. Director, Graduate and International Programs
University of San Diego School of Law



Thank you very much for your time and dedication. I will definitely consider applying to the University of San Diego. That you take me into account gives me many hopes and I hope to be able to transit their campus in the the next years 

Kind regards, 
Maripau

[quote]Hello Maripau,<br><br>Your educational background is very interesting. We would be happy to receive your application.<br><br>I recommend that you consider our LLM in Comparative Law program, which is designed especially for attorneys educated outside of the United States. It even offers a concentration in International Law, which is your main area of interest. The program is comprised of 25 credits--4 required credits (2 courses), and 21 elective credits.<br><br>Please let me know if you have any other questions. We look forward to receiving your application!<br><br>Kind regards,<br><br>Robynn Allveri<br><i>rallveri@sandiego.edu<br></i>Asst. Director, Graduate and International Programs<br>University of San Diego School of Law [/quote]<br><br><br>Thank you very much for your time and dedication. I will definitely consider applying to the University of San Diego. That you take me into account gives me many hopes and I hope to be able to transit their campus in the the next years&nbsp;<br><br><div>Kind regards,&nbsp;</div><br>Maripau<div>
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