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My experience with NYU (I didn't get the award, btw).

The documents required are:
1. School records
2. Writing sample
3. CV
4. Recommendation letters

My experience with NYU (I didn't get the award, btw).

The documents required are:
1. School records
2. Writing sample
3. CV
4. Recommendation letters
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llmcroatia

My experience with NYU (I didn't get the award, btw).

The documents required are:
1. School records
2. Writing sample
3. CV
4. Recommendation letters


Thanks for the information but isn't the scholarship from NYU merit and not need based?

<blockquote>My experience with NYU (I didn't get the award, btw).

The documents required are:
1. School records
2. Writing sample
3. CV
4. Recommendation letters</blockquote>

Thanks for the information but isn't the scholarship from NYU merit and not need based?
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calupict

My experience with NYU (I didn't get the award, btw).

The documents required are:
1. School records
2. Writing sample
3. CV
4. Recommendation letters


Thanks for the information but isn't the scholarship from NYU merit and not need based?


Ah, sorry. Yes, it is. But I think most of LLM scholarship that I know is merit based as most of people that I know, paying by loan or scholarship (not much who use own money). So basically, everyone need money. But if there's a need based one, you can check the website for more info (unhelpful, I know, since you ask the same question here, but I guess if the school has it, they have the best info so you better ask them directly).

Perhaps you can try Fulbright too (I know some from Croatia, but not in law). They can give you some fund but they will also decides which Uni you can apply to (although you can apply independently from them).

If you can, please give me the link of the said scholarship.

And, as far as I know, most of the scholarship awarded either merit based or if you 'fit' certain profile (work at academia, NGO, etc). Even so, you have to already got a steady job at home.

<blockquote><blockquote>My experience with NYU (I didn't get the award, btw).

The documents required are:
1. School records
2. Writing sample
3. CV
4. Recommendation letters</blockquote>

Thanks for the information but isn't the scholarship from NYU merit and not need based?</blockquote>

Ah, sorry. Yes, it is. But I think most of LLM scholarship that I know is merit based as most of people that I know, paying by loan or scholarship (not much who use own money). So basically, everyone need money. But if there's a need based one, you can check the website for more info (unhelpful, I know, since you ask the same question here, but I guess if the school has it, they have the best info so you better ask them directly).

Perhaps you can try Fulbright too (I know some from Croatia, but not in law). They can give you some fund but they will also decides which Uni you can apply to (although you can apply independently from them).

If you can, please give me the link of the said scholarship.

And, as far as I know, most of the scholarship awarded either merit based or if you 'fit' certain profile (work at academia, NGO, etc). Even so, you have to already got a steady job at home.
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spaniensis

My experience with NYU (I didn't get the award, btw).

The documents required are:
1. School records
2. Writing sample
3. C
4. Recommendation letters


Thanks for the information but isn't the scholarship from NYU merit and not need based?


NYU scholarships are merit based. However, apart from the Hauser Global Scholarship (which is full-tuition plus living expenses) which requires an specific essay, for the rest of them you are "automatically" considered once you apply for the School.

Each law school has its own scholarship policy, for example HLS only grants needs based grants, NYU Merit, CLS mostly based but has also some meritorian scholarship.. In any case, it is dificult to get a big scholarship from the top 10... so I suggest you also to consider other schools which are still good (T-20 or even T-30) and more incline to concede you a substantional amount of money.

<blockquote><blockquote>My experience with NYU (I didn't get the award, btw).

The documents required are:
1. School records
2. Writing sample
3. C
4. Recommendation letters</blockquote>

Thanks for the information but isn't the scholarship from NYU merit and not need based?</blockquote>

NYU scholarships are merit based. However, apart from the Hauser Global Scholarship (which is full-tuition plus living expenses) which requires an specific essay, for the rest of them you are "automatically" considered once you apply for the School.

Each law school has its own scholarship policy, for example HLS only grants needs based grants, NYU Merit, CLS mostly based but has also some meritorian scholarship.. In any case, it is dificult to get a big scholarship from the top 10... so I suggest you also to consider other schools which are still good (T-20 or even T-30) and more incline to concede you a substantional amount of money.
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