LL.M. In labor USYD v international tax UniMelb


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Hello, I have a hard time choosing between Master in Labor Law and Relations from University of Sydney and International Tax law from University of Melbourne. I have received offers from both. I know that both are great schools.

I am a fresh graduate but I have an experience in tax law as a research assistant. My goal is to pursue academic field or work at any international organization.

I wonder if any of you have experiences in such fields and I am happy to receive any suggestions.

Thank you so much!

Hello, I have a hard time choosing between Master in Labor Law and Relations from University of Sydney and International Tax law from University of Melbourne. I have received offers from both. I know that both are great schools.

I am a fresh graduate but I have an experience in tax law as a research assistant. My goal is to pursue academic field or work at any international organization.

I wonder if any of you have experiences in such fields and I am happy to receive any suggestions.

Thank you so much!
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Hey! Congrats on receiving offers from both law schools!

I have been admitted to the Master's in International Tax Law at the University of Melbourne too! Would love to connect with you!

Hey! Congrats on receiving offers from both law schools!<br><br>I have been admitted to the Master's in International Tax Law at the University of Melbourne too! Would love to connect with you!
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p

Hello, congratulations to you too! I have PM you. Please check your mail box of your id.

Hello, congratulations to you too! I have PM you. Please check your mail box of your id.
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LN_LLM

Are either of you taking up AUS LLM programs? I have been admitted into a bunch of Universities there but most importantly, I have an admit for UniMelb for their Gen LLM. But they have no guarantee of offline classes anytime soon. DO either of you think its worth it to pursue it online? 

Are either of you taking up AUS LLM programs? I have been admitted into a bunch of Universities there but most importantly, I have an admit for UniMelb for their Gen LLM. But they have no guarantee of offline classes anytime soon. DO either of you think its worth it to pursue it online?&nbsp;<br><br>
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p

Are either of you taking up AUS LLM programs? I have been admitted into a bunch of Universities there but most importantly, I have an admit for UniMelb for their Gen LLM. But they have no guarantee of offline classes anytime soon. DO either of you think its worth it to pursue it online? 



I have not taken any classes before. Mine starts on Feb 2022. I bet that it is worth pursuing at the campus. Virtual learning is not my goal. You won’t be able to make connections or simply you can just enroll any online courses if you were to take an online degree. I bet that the border should be opened by the end of this year. According to Australian media, the government will allow some of international students, importantly who already has a student visa, back there. If not, I plan to defer.

[quote]Are either of you taking up AUS LLM programs? I have been admitted into a bunch of Universities there but most importantly, I have an admit for UniMelb for their Gen LLM. But they have no guarantee of offline classes anytime soon. DO either of you think its worth it to pursue it online?&nbsp;<br><br> [/quote]<br><br>I have not taken any classes before. Mine starts on Feb 2022. I bet that it is worth pursuing at the campus. Virtual learning is not my goal. You won’t be able to make connections or simply you can just enroll any online courses if you were to take an online degree. I bet that the border should be opened by the end of this year. According to Australian media, the government will allow some of international students, importantly who already has a student visa, back there. If not, I plan to defer.
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LN_LLM

Thanks for your input! I am actively considering other jurisdictions as I'm a 2020 undergrad who already took a drop year due to COVID. I am unsure of doing that again. I think EU, UK are still welcoming, and hence have now taken up a higher spot on my list. I understand AUS programs and the experience would be amazing but I am afraid I cannot rely on the degree of uncertainty the AUS govt is causing. 

Thanks again for your views. All the best for your future!

Thanks for your input! I am actively considering other jurisdictions as I'm a 2020 undergrad who already took a drop year due to COVID. I am unsure of doing that again. I think EU, UK are still welcoming, and hence have now taken up a higher spot on my list. I understand AUS programs and the experience would be amazing but I am afraid I cannot rely on the degree of uncertainty the AUS govt is causing.&nbsp;<br><br>Thanks again for your views. All the best for your future!
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p

Thanks for your input! I am actively considering other jurisdictions as I'm a 2020 undergrad who already took a drop year due to COVID. I am unsure of doing that again. I think EU, UK are still welcoming, and hence have now taken up a higher spot on my list. I understand AUS programs and the experience would be amazing but I am afraid I cannot rely on the degree of uncertainty the AUS govt is causing. 

Thanks again for your views. All the best for your future!


i would suggest you to look at universities in EU especially Germany or the Netherland for general LL.M. All the best to you too 

[quote]Thanks for your input! I am actively considering other jurisdictions as I'm a 2020 undergrad who already took a drop year due to COVID. I am unsure of doing that again. I think EU, UK are still welcoming, and hence have now taken up a higher spot on my list. I understand AUS programs and the experience would be amazing but I am afraid I cannot rely on the degree of uncertainty the AUS govt is causing.&nbsp;<br><br>Thanks again for your views. All the best for your future! [/quote]<br><br>i would suggest you to look at universities in EU especially Germany or the Netherland for general LL.M. All the best to you too&nbsp;
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lucky1997


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aruupee

Are either of you taking up AUS LLM programs? I have been admitted into a bunch of Universities there but most importantly, I have an admit for UniMelb for their Gen LLM. But they have no guarantee of offline classes anytime soon. DO either of you think its worth it to pursue it online? 



I have not taken any classes before. Mine starts on Feb 2022. I bet that it is worth pursuing at the campus. Virtual learning is not my goal. You won’t be able to make connections or simply you can just enroll any online courses if you were to take an online degree. I bet that the border should be opened by the end of this year. According to Australian media, the government will allow some of international students, importantly who already has a student visa, back there. If not, I plan to defer.


Hi P, have you received the uni's decision on your deferral request?

I have submitted mine, and got the approval immediately. As per my read, the decision should be received within 10 days process. Was my approval valid?

Looking forward to ur reply. Thanks!

[quote][quote]Are either of you taking up AUS LLM programs? I have been admitted into a bunch of Universities there but most importantly, I have an admit for UniMelb for their Gen LLM. But they have no guarantee of offline classes anytime soon. DO either of you think its worth it to pursue it online?&nbsp;<br><br> [/quote]<br><br>I have not taken any classes before. Mine starts on Feb 2022. I bet that it is worth pursuing at the campus. Virtual learning is not my goal. You won’t be able to make connections or simply you can just enroll any online courses if you were to take an online degree. I bet that the border should be opened by the end of this year. According to Australian media, the government will allow some of international students, importantly who already has a student visa, back there. If not, I plan to defer. [/quote]<br><br>Hi P, have you received the uni's decision on your deferral request?<br><br>I have submitted mine, and got the approval immediately. As per my read, the decision should be received within 10 days process. Was my approval valid?<br><br>Looking forward to ur reply. Thanks!
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p

Are either of you taking up AUS LLM programs? I have been admitted into a bunch of Universities there but most importantly, I have an admit for UniMelb for their Gen LLM. But they have no guarantee of offline classes anytime soon. DO either of you think its worth it to pursue it online? 



I have not taken any classes before. Mine starts on Feb 2022. I bet that it is worth pursuing at the campus. Virtual learning is not my goal. You won’t be able to make connections or simply you can just enroll any online courses if you were to take an online degree. I bet that the border should be opened by the end of this year. According to Australian media, the government will allow some of international students, importantly who already has a student visa, back there. If not, I plan to defer.


Hi P, have you received the uni's decision on your deferral request?

I have submitted mine, and got the approval immediately. As per my read, the decision should be received within 10 days process. Was my approval valid?

Looking forward to ur reply. Thanks!


Hello, I have not yet deferred my study. I will wait for this summer time to see whether there is some adjustment or not. 

For USyd, I got approval immediately as well with a new offer. So does my UniMelb for General LL.M. As well. Please rest assure that if you receive an approval, that should be valid. However, if you still have yet accept your offer, you offer’s deadline remains the same one and it is not extended.

Hopefully, we will be able to go to Australia next year mate!

[quote][quote][quote]Are either of you taking up AUS LLM programs? I have been admitted into a bunch of Universities there but most importantly, I have an admit for UniMelb for their Gen LLM. But they have no guarantee of offline classes anytime soon. DO either of you think its worth it to pursue it online?&nbsp;<br><br> [/quote]<br><br>I have not taken any classes before. Mine starts on Feb 2022. I bet that it is worth pursuing at the campus. Virtual learning is not my goal. You won’t be able to make connections or simply you can just enroll any online courses if you were to take an online degree. I bet that the border should be opened by the end of this year. According to Australian media, the government will allow some of international students, importantly who already has a student visa, back there. If not, I plan to defer. [/quote]<br><br>Hi P, have you received the uni's decision on your deferral request?<br><br>I have submitted mine, and got the approval immediately. As per my read, the decision should be received within 10 days process. Was my approval valid?<br><br>Looking forward to ur reply. Thanks! [/quote]<br><br>Hello, I have not yet deferred my study. I will wait for this summer time to see whether there is some adjustment or not.&nbsp;<br><br>For USyd, I got approval immediately as well with a new offer. So does my UniMelb for General LL.M. As well. Please rest assure that if you receive an approval, that should be valid. However, if you still have yet accept your offer, you offer’s deadline remains the same one and it is not extended.<br><br>Hopefully, we will be able to go to Australia next year mate!
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aruupee



I have not taken any classes before. Mine starts on Feb 2022. I bet that it is worth pursuing at the campus. Virtual learning is not my goal. You won’t be able to make connections or simply you can just enroll any online courses if you were to take an online degree. I bet that the border should be opened by the end of this year. According to Australian media, the government will allow some of international students, importantly who already has a student visa, back there. If not, I plan to defer.


Hi P, have you received the uni's decision on your deferral request?

I have submitted mine, and got the approval immediately. As per my read, the decision should be received within 10 days process. Was my approval valid?

Looking forward to ur reply. Thanks!


Hello, I have not yet deferred my study. I will wait for this summer time to see whether there is some adjustment or not. 

For USyd, I got approval immediately as well with a new offer. So does my UniMelb for General LL.M. As well. Please rest assure that if you receive an approval, that should be valid. However, if you still have yet accept your offer, you offer’s deadline remains the same one and it is not extended.

Hopefully, we will be able to go to Australia next year mate!


Ya hopefully so. Thanks P!

[quote][quote][quote][quote]Are either of you taking up AUS LLM programs? I have been admitted into a bunch of Universities there but most importantly, I have an admit for UniMelb for their Gen LLM. But they have no guarantee of offline classes anytime soon. DO either of you think its worth it to pursue it online?&nbsp;<br><br> [/quote]<br><br>I have not taken any classes before. Mine starts on Feb 2022. I bet that it is worth pursuing at the campus. Virtual learning is not my goal. You won’t be able to make connections or simply you can just enroll any online courses if you were to take an online degree. I bet that the border should be opened by the end of this year. According to Australian media, the government will allow some of international students, importantly who already has a student visa, back there. If not, I plan to defer. [/quote]<br><br>Hi P, have you received the uni's decision on your deferral request?<br><br>I have submitted mine, and got the approval immediately. As per my read, the decision should be received within 10 days process. Was my approval valid?<br><br>Looking forward to ur reply. Thanks! [/quote]<br><br>Hello, I have not yet deferred my study. I will wait for this summer time to see whether there is some adjustment or not.&nbsp;<br><br>For USyd, I got approval immediately as well with a new offer. So does my UniMelb for General LL.M. As well. Please rest assure that if you receive an approval, that should be valid. However, if you still have yet accept your offer, you offer’s deadline remains the same one and it is not extended.<br><br>Hopefully, we will be able to go to Australia next year mate! [/quote]<br><br>Ya hopefully so. Thanks P!
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