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Hey guys,out of interest and based on a current evaluation: what exam grades do the Germans have for the LLM?All the Best 1f44d!

Hey guys,<div>out of interest and based on a current evaluation: what exam grades do the Germans have for the LLM?<div>All the Best&nbsp;:thumbsup:!</div></div>
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Wiebke.V

A little late, but still: Could you please add me to the WhatsApp group as well? Many thanks :)

A little late, but still: Could you please add me to the WhatsApp group as well? Many thanks :)
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Does anyone know the exact LLM start date? Is it indeed October 1st or a later one? Thanks in advance!

Does anyone know the exact LLM start date? Is it indeed October 1st or a later one? Thanks in advance!<br><br>
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zjcawl

Hi, Does anyone know the probability of getting a scholarship from the Cambridge Trust? maybe the percentage in all offer holders, just roughly?Thanks in advance! 


<div>Hi, Does anyone know the probability of getting a scholarship from the Cambridge Trust? maybe the percentage in all offer holders, just roughly?Thanks in advance!&nbsp;</div><div>
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Gobbledygo...




Hi, Does anyone know the probability of getting a scholarship from the Cambridge Trust? maybe the percentage in all offer holders, just roughly?Thanks in advance! 







Kinda impossible to say, since 1) the list of last year's scholars appear to be gone, (2) even if it was still up, the general trust scholarships (those tenable to anyone) are mainly made through a master list across the uni, so theoretically, the number of LLM students awarded those could even be zero one year, (3) there are quite a few scholarships there with specific requirements, such as nationality or particular degrees, so would depend on your background. 

I expect most LLM students will get their funding from external sources, specific LLM scholarships at the college level and national-specific scholarships. The trust itself only awards some 400-500 scholarships, and there are some 8500-9000 ish offers per year, so I guess the answer to your question is around 5%, but probably closer to <1% after having subtracted all the ones for specific nationalities, etc. 

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<div>Hi, Does anyone know the probability of getting a scholarship from the Cambridge Trust? maybe the percentage in all offer holders, just roughly?Thanks in advance!&nbsp;</div><div><br><br>
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</div> [/quote]<br><br>Kinda impossible to say, since 1) the list of last year's scholars appear to be gone, (2) even if it was still up, the general trust scholarships (those tenable to anyone) are mainly made through a master list across the uni, so theoretically, the number of LLM students awarded those could even be zero one year, (3) there are quite a few scholarships there with specific requirements, such as nationality or particular degrees, so would depend on your background.&nbsp;<br><br>I&nbsp;expect most LLM students will get their funding from external sources, specific LLM scholarships at the college level and national-specific scholarships. The trust itself only awards some 400-500 scholarships, and there are some 8500-9000 ish offers per year, so I guess the answer to your question is around 5%, but probably closer to &lt;1% after having subtracted all the ones for specific nationalities, etc.&nbsp;
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zjcawl

many thanks mate1f60a I got it 1f600 




Hi, Does anyone know the probability of getting a scholarship from the Cambridge Trust? maybe the percentage in all offer holders, just roughly?Thanks in advance! 







Kinda impossible to say, since 1) the list of last year's scholars appear to be gone, (2) even if it was still up, the general trust scholarships (those tenable to anyone) are mainly made through a master list across the uni, so theoretically, the number of LLM students awarded those could even be zero one year, (3) there are quite a few scholarships there with specific requirements, such as nationality or particular degrees, so would depend on your background. 

I expect most LLM students will get their funding from external sources, specific LLM scholarships at the college level and national-specific scholarships. The trust itself only awards some 400-500 scholarships, and there are some 8500-9000 ish offers per year, so I guess the answer to your question is around 5%, but probably closer to <1% after having subtracted all the ones for specific nationalities, etc. 

many thanks mate:blush:&nbsp;I got it&nbsp;:grinning:&nbsp;[quote][quote]<br><br>
<div>Hi, Does anyone know the probability of getting a scholarship from the Cambridge Trust? maybe the percentage in all offer holders, just roughly?Thanks in advance!&nbsp;</div><div><br><br>
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</div> [/quote]<br><br>Kinda impossible to say, since 1) the list of last year's scholars appear to be gone, (2) even if it was still up, the general trust scholarships (those tenable to anyone) are mainly made through a master list across the uni, so theoretically, the number of LLM students awarded those could even be zero one year, (3) there are quite a few scholarships there with specific requirements, such as nationality or particular degrees, so would depend on your background.&nbsp;<br><br>I&nbsp;expect most LLM students will get their funding from external sources, specific LLM scholarships at the college level and national-specific scholarships. The trust itself only awards some 400-500 scholarships, and there are some 8500-9000 ish offers per year, so I guess the answer to your question is around 5%, but probably closer to &lt;1% after having subtracted all the ones for specific nationalities, etc.&nbsp; [/quote]
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