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Hello,
My final year of graduation will be starting from July and along with it i will be applying for LLM in various universities amongst which is HLS. Since i have no work experience, what are the chances of my acceptance at Harvard? Should i not even apply? Or should i give it a chance?

[Edited by Shivangi vilas on Jun 06, 2017]

Hello,
My final year of graduation will be starting from July and along with it i will be applying for LLM in various universities amongst which is HLS. Since i have no work experience, what are the chances of my acceptance at Harvard? Should i not even apply? Or should i give it a chance?
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llmuser18
Hello,
My final year of graduation will be starting from July and along with it i will be applying for LLM in various universities amongst which is HLS. Since i have no work experience, what are the chances of my acceptance at Harvard? Should i not even apply? Or should i give it a chance?


Take a look at this webpage:
http://hls.harvard.edu/dept/graduate-program/llm-profiles/

74 percent of accepted students had at least two years of practical experience
[quote]Hello,
My final year of graduation will be starting from July and along with it i will be applying for LLM in various universities amongst which is HLS. Since i have no work experience, what are the chances of my acceptance at Harvard? Should i not even apply? Or should i give it a chance?[/quote]

Take a look at this webpage:
http://hls.harvard.edu/dept/graduate-program/llm-profiles/

74 percent of accepted students had at least two years of practical experience
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Thank you for your reply.
So should i even apply at first place?
Thank you for your reply.
So should i even apply at first place?
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llmuser18
Thank you for your reply.
So should i even apply at first place?


I would give it a try anyway if you have the money and you are driven to go to HLS. Take your time in gathering your application materials and identifying your specific strengths. There's no harm in trying. I would carefully read the directions of the application process. Admissions committees are notoriously picky about the way the application is filled/omitted data/etc. Perhaps look at previously accepted admission candidate profiles/ask a student was was accepted? All in all, don't give up. Good luck!
[quote]Thank you for your reply.
So should i even apply at first place? [/quote]

I would give it a try anyway if you have the money and you are driven to go to HLS. Take your time in gathering your application materials and identifying your specific strengths. There's no harm in trying. I would carefully read the directions of the application process. Admissions committees are notoriously picky about the way the application is filled/omitted data/etc. Perhaps look at previously accepted admission candidate profiles/ask a student was was accepted? All in all, don't give up. Good luck!
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Eppendorf
Hello,
My final year of graduation will be starting from July and along with it i will be applying for LLM in various universities amongst which is HLS. Since i have no work experience, what are the chances of my acceptance at Harvard? Should i not even apply? Or should i give it a chance?


Don't even apply in the first place.
[quote]Hello,
My final year of graduation will be starting from July and along with it i will be applying for LLM in various universities amongst which is HLS. Since i have no work experience, what are the chances of my acceptance at Harvard? Should i not even apply? Or should i give it a chance?[/quote]

Don't even apply in the first place.
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Thank you everyone.
Also, i want to do my LLM in Human rights. So, in USA, which Universities are considered to be best in Human rights?
Thank you everyone.
Also, i want to do my LLM in Human rights. So, in USA, which Universities are considered to be best in Human rights?
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LatinoLLM
In my personal experience, I have seen that the students that have more proffesional experience (at least 2-3 years) have better understanding of the courses since they can see the pratical applicantion and not only the theoric as in the university, so they take a better advantage with the LLM.

I recommed to do the LLM with some professional experience!
In my personal experience, I have seen that the students that have more proffesional experience (at least 2-3 years) have better understanding of the courses since they can see the pratical applicantion and not only the theoric as in the university, so they take a better advantage with the LLM.

I recommed to do the LLM with some professional experience!
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