MSt Intl Human Rights Law - Oxford


j5poon

First Class BA, 2:1 from JD, Upper 2:1 from LLM, 2 years work exp. in human rights, PhD candidate from Western University, Canada, scholarship recipient for PhD program.

Chances?

First Class BA, 2:1 from JD, Upper 2:1 from LLM, 2 years work exp. in human rights, PhD candidate from Western University, Canada, scholarship recipient for PhD program.

Chances?
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o_bless

Your chances for what? Work?

Your chances for what? Work?
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law01

Your chances for what? Work?


The OP simply asks for his chances for getting accepted in the MSt HR law in Oxford.

<blockquote>Your chances for what? Work?</blockquote>

The OP simply asks for his chances for getting accepted in the MSt HR law in Oxford.
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j5poon

Your chances for what? Work?


The OP simply asks for his chances for getting accepted in the MSt HR law in Oxford.


Yes, what are my chances of getting admitted to the program?

<blockquote><blockquote>Your chances for what? Work?</blockquote>

The OP simply asks for his chances for getting accepted in the MSt HR law in Oxford.</blockquote>

Yes, what are my chances of getting admitted to the program?
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o_bless

First Class BA, 2:1 from JD, Upper 2:1 from LLM, 2 years work exp. in human rights, PhD candidate from Western University, Canada, scholarship recipient for PhD program.

Chances?

Hi j5poon, I suppose your chances are good. Minimum requirement for the MSt Intl. Human Rights Law at Oxford is a First Class or 2:1 undergraduate degree. You mentioned a JD but a 2:1 result. How did you convert it? For applicants with a degree from the USA, the minimum GPA normally sought is 3.5 out of 4.0.
Professional experience is a requirement for admission. The majority of participants have some experience in International Human Rights and so do you.
You have some good credentials so best of luck! Go for it!

<blockquote>First Class BA, 2:1 from JD, Upper 2:1 from LLM, 2 years work exp. in human rights, PhD candidate from Western University, Canada, scholarship recipient for PhD program.

Chances? </blockquote>
Hi j5poon, I suppose your chances are good. Minimum requirement for the MSt Intl. Human Rights Law at Oxford is a First Class or 2:1 undergraduate degree. You mentioned a JD but a 2:1 result. How did you convert it? For applicants with a degree from the USA, the minimum GPA normally sought is 3.5 out of 4.0.
Professional experience is a requirement for admission. The majority of participants have some experience in International Human Rights and so do you.
You have some good credentials so best of luck! Go for it!
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imnc

Professional experience counts for a lot in the MSt programs, you can see the profile of all present candidates on the web page. Most have 5+ years in the field

Professional experience counts for a lot in the MSt programs, you can see the profile of all present candidates on the web page. Most have 5+ years in the field
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