Any news from NYU??


Has anyone heard from NYU? Based on past experience probably they will start to issue admissions (for NYU@NYC) this week.

Has anyone heard from NYU? Based on past experience probably they will start to issue admissions (for NYU@NYC) this week.
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dbk

NYU@NUS begins in May. Therefore, decisions regarding NYU@NUS will be communicated to applicants as they are made. The Committee on Graduate Admissions will begin reviewing applications at the end of September and will send decisions on a rolling basis through January to all applicants who complete their applications by the December 1 deadline. Qualified applicants have a better chance of admission and scholarship the sooner they apply and complete their applications. Those applications to NYU@NUS not completed by the deadline will receive decisions as soon as possible following completion of their file provided that room remains in the program.

Decisions regarding the full-time LL.M. program in New York City will be communicated in early to mid-March to applicants with foreign education credentials who supply all materials necessary to complete their files by the December 1 deadline, without preference as to date of application. Those foreign applicants who do not supply materials to complete their application by the December 1 deadline will receive decisions as they are made following completion of their file. All decisions for foreign applicants to the LL.M. program in New York City will be communicated by late June.

Applicants with domestic education credentials who complete their application by the April 1 deadline will receive decisions regarding the full-time LL.M. program in New York City as they are made, without preference as to date of application. All domestic applicants to full-time programs will receive a decision no later than late June.

NYU@NUS begins in May. Therefore, decisions regarding NYU@NUS will be communicated to applicants as they are made. The Committee on Graduate Admissions will begin reviewing applications at the end of September and will send decisions on a rolling basis through January to all applicants who complete their applications by the December 1 deadline. Qualified applicants have a better chance of admission and scholarship the sooner they apply and complete their applications. Those applications to NYU@NUS not completed by the deadline will receive decisions as soon as possible following completion of their file provided that room remains in the program.

Decisions regarding the full-time LL.M. program in New York City will be communicated in early to mid-March to applicants with foreign education credentials who supply all materials necessary to complete their files by the December 1 deadline, without preference as to date of application. Those foreign applicants who do not supply materials to complete their application by the December 1 deadline will receive decisions as they are made following completion of their file. All decisions for foreign applicants to the LL.M. program in New York City will be communicated by late June.

Applicants with domestic education credentials who complete their application by the April 1 deadline will receive decisions regarding the full-time LL.M. program in New York City as they are made, without preference as to date of application. All domestic applicants to full-time programs will receive a decision no later than late June.

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MAB79

Does anyobody have a clue, if the also are willing to make a expedite decision if I can prove that I have deadlines to follow?

Does anyobody have a clue, if the also are willing to make a expedite decision if I can prove that I have deadlines to follow?
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@MAB79- they won't.. i contacted them coz i had the same problem but they refused to expedite it. They asked me to wait for the decisions which would be sent out through email around the 1st week of march.. that is what i was told..

@MAB79- they won't.. i contacted them coz i had the same problem but they refused to expedite it. They asked me to wait for the decisions which would be sent out through email around the 1st week of march.. that is what i was told..
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hopeful3

really??? But from what I understood, in previous years the decisions for NYC were communicated earlier to recipients of the scholarships??!!! Does that mean if we havent heard yet we didnt get a sscholarship- for instance in previous years threads hauser scholars were informed mid Feb.... Has anyone got a hauser already this year??!!!

really??? But from what I understood, in previous years the decisions for NYC were communicated earlier to recipients of the scholarships??!!! Does that mean if we havent heard yet we didnt get a sscholarship- for instance in previous years threads hauser scholars were informed mid Feb.... Has anyone got a hauser already this year??!!!
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guido29

Atticus is right. I even mentioned that I had a deadline to accept another admission and they made it clear that they are aware of such situations and are willing to take the risk. It doesn't seem a very intelligent policy...

Atticus is right. I even mentioned that I had a deadline to accept another admission and they made it clear that they are aware of such situations and are willing to take the risk. It doesn't seem a very intelligent policy...
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Atticus is right. I even mentioned that I had a deadline to accept another admission and they made it clear that they are aware of such situations and are willing to take the risk. It doesn't seem a very intelligent policy...


But one ought to remember that you are only a paper application to them and there are scores of such applicants! I don't think its really a risk for them. they will easily find 450 suitable LLM applicants.

<blockquote>Atticus is right. I even mentioned that I had a deadline to accept another admission and they made it clear that they are aware of such situations and are willing to take the risk. It doesn't seem a very intelligent policy...</blockquote>

But one ought to remember that you are only a paper application to them and there are scores of such applicants! I don't think its really a risk for them. they will easily find 450 suitable LLM applicants.
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MAB79

Hm, I understand it regarding the averag but not the top shots...although they are well aware that the best students a rather take the offer of HLS, YLS or CLS than NYU and therefore, I can somehow understand that they do not care...but it's very arogant and kind of lousy!

Hm, I understand it regarding the averag but not the top shots...although they are well aware that the best students a rather take the offer of HLS, YLS or CLS than NYU and therefore, I can somehow understand that they do not care...but it's very arogant and kind of lousy!
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manana

Really, did anybody hear from them yet?
Like somebody said before, the previos years applicants heard from them like in the second half of Febraury (at least people, who got the scholarships)... So, does it mean they're just sending out the decisions later this year, or it is just that nobody who got the hauser or other scholarship reads this forum?
I'm starting to lose my hope :(

Really, did anybody hear from them yet?
Like somebody said before, the previos years applicants heard from them like in the second half of Febraury (at least people, who got the scholarships)... So, does it mean they're just sending out the decisions later this year, or it is just that nobody who got the hauser or other scholarship reads this forum?
I'm starting to lose my hope :(
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MAB79

Hmm, I have been told from friends that have applied the last two years and they said that NYU did not answer before march...except for the NYU@NUS. So, I think we're quite in the average answering time...

Hmm, I have been told from friends that have applied the last two years and they said that NYU did not answer before march...except for the NYU@NUS. So, I think we're quite in the average answering time...
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niubility

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smartjerry

So, does it mean they're just sending out the decisions later this year, or it is just that nobody who got the hauser or other scholarship reads this forum?


...or that they read this forum but just don't wanna show up?

<blockquote>So, does it mean they're just sending out the decisions later this year, or it is just that nobody who got the hauser or other scholarship reads this forum?</blockquote>

...or that they read this forum but just don't wanna show up?
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As26

I have a friend who got a scholarship two years ago and she heard from them in Mid-March. So I think it'll be probably around March 1st and 15. Hopefully!
I'm also waiting for the answer but I think it's kind of rude that you can't even keep track of your application status. At least HLS has this system where you can check if they have reviewed your documents... and that's something (even when they actually do NOTHING in months).

I was wondering... Why on earth do we apply so early ( I sent my applications to HLS and NYU in November) if they are not gonna decide until march? I feel that's just disrespectful. I also applied to Georgetown in November and they let me know I was accepted in three weeks !!! So, what's the difference then?

However, I don't think we have a choice but waiting.

Good luck everybody !

I have a friend who got a scholarship two years ago and she heard from them in Mid-March. So I think it'll be probably around March 1st and 15. Hopefully!
I'm also waiting for the answer but I think it's kind of rude that you can't even keep track of your application status. At least HLS has this system where you can check if they have reviewed your documents... and that's something (even when they actually do NOTHING in months).

I was wondering... Why on earth do we apply so early ( I sent my applications to HLS and NYU in November) if they are not gonna decide until march? I feel that's just disrespectful. I also applied to Georgetown in November and they let me know I was accepted in three weeks !!! So, what's the difference then?

However, I don't think we have a choice but waiting.

Good luck everybody !
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dbk

Maybe my previous message was too long, but everything was cleary explained. Here is a summary for lazy people:

1)NYU@NUS: "Decisions regarding NYU@NUS will be communicated to applicants as they are made."

2) LLM in NYC:

a) Foreign applicants: "Decisions regarding the full-time LL.M. program in New York City will be communicated in early to mid-March to applicants with foreign education credentials."

b) Domestic applicants: "Applicants with domestic education credentials will receive decisions regarding the full-time LL.M. program in New York City as they are made."

Maybe my previous message was too long, but everything was cleary explained. Here is a summary for lazy people:

1)NYU@NUS: "Decisions regarding NYU@NUS will be communicated to applicants as they are made."

2) LLM in NYC:

a) Foreign applicants: "Decisions regarding the full-time LL.M. program in New York City will be communicated in early to mid-March to applicants with foreign education credentials."

b) Domestic applicants: "Applicants with domestic education credentials will receive decisions regarding the full-time LL.M. program in New York City as they are made."
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Maybe my previous message was too long, but everything was cleary explained. Here is a summary for lazy people:

1)NYU@NUS: "Decisions regarding NYU@NUS will be communicated to applicants as they are made."

2) LLM in NYC:

a) Foreign applicants: "Decisions regarding the full-time LL.M. program in New York City will be communicated in early to mid-March to applicants with foreign education credentials."

b) Domestic applicants: "Applicants with domestic education credentials will receive decisions regarding the full-time LL.M. program in New York City as they are made."


:-D That is how a lot of us lawyers do our billing. First write, what could have been written in 4 bullet points in long and circuitous paragraphs (though dabk was very clear). and then bill the extra time for writing a crisp clarification/explanation. Alas, dabk, these aren't billable minutes!

<blockquote>Maybe my previous message was too long, but everything was cleary explained. Here is a summary for lazy people:

1)NYU@NUS: "Decisions regarding NYU@NUS will be communicated to applicants as they are made."

2) LLM in NYC:

a) Foreign applicants: "Decisions regarding the full-time LL.M. program in New York City will be communicated in early to mid-March to applicants with foreign education credentials."

b) Domestic applicants: "Applicants with domestic education credentials will receive decisions regarding the full-time LL.M. program in New York City as they are made."</blockquote>

:-D That is how a lot of us lawyers do our billing. First write, what could have been written in 4 bullet points in long and circuitous paragraphs (though dabk was very clear). and then bill the extra time for writing a crisp clarification/explanation. Alas, dabk, these aren't billable minutes!
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dbk

Maybe my previous message was too long, but everything was cleary explained. Here is a summary for lazy people:

1)NYU@NUS: "Decisions regarding NYU@NUS will be communicated to applicants as they are made."

2) LLM in NYC:

a) Foreign applicants: "Decisions regarding the full-time LL.M. program in New York City will be communicated in early to mid-March to applicants with foreign education credentials."

b) Domestic applicants: "Applicants with domestic education credentials will receive decisions regarding the full-time LL.M. program in New York City as they are made."


:-D That is how a lot of us lawyers do our billing. First write, what could have been written in 4 bullet points in long and circuitous paragraphs (though dabk was very clear). and then bill the extra time for writing a crisp clarification/explanation. Alas, dabk, these aren't billable minutes!


Exactly... the first message was a work for associates. The second one is for partners, because they are too lazy to read :).

<blockquote><blockquote>Maybe my previous message was too long, but everything was cleary explained. Here is a summary for lazy people:

1)NYU@NUS: "Decisions regarding NYU@NUS will be communicated to applicants as they are made."

2) LLM in NYC:

a) Foreign applicants: "Decisions regarding the full-time LL.M. program in New York City will be communicated in early to mid-March to applicants with foreign education credentials."

b) Domestic applicants: "Applicants with domestic education credentials will receive decisions regarding the full-time LL.M. program in New York City as they are made."</blockquote>

:-D That is how a lot of us lawyers do our billing. First write, what could have been written in 4 bullet points in long and circuitous paragraphs (though dabk was very clear). and then bill the extra time for writing a crisp clarification/explanation. Alas, dabk, these aren't billable minutes!
</blockquote>

Exactly... the first message was a work for associates. The second one is for partners, because they are too lazy to read :).
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josh129

For those that have questions about NYU LL.M @ NYC decisions for domestic students, I hope my post can clarify those issues. I was admitted to the LL.M Tax program a few weeks ago. I know some other students that were accepted a few months ago. However, I did not receive a scholarship and I am not sure whether the other students received scholarships or not. I plan on asking whether or not they have an appeals process for scholarship considerations.

I was concerned about housing in NYC and asked about the dorm lottery. If admitted, you will have until May 15 to submit your name into the residence lottery.

I will post more information as I receive it. What other programs are others considering? If anyone is interested in discussing LL.M programs further, I have set up an "LL.M Signing Day" page on my blog @ www.taxdocket.com.

For those that have questions about NYU LL.M @ NYC decisions for domestic students, I hope my post can clarify those issues. I was admitted to the LL.M Tax program a few weeks ago. I know some other students that were accepted a few months ago. However, I did not receive a scholarship and I am not sure whether the other students received scholarships or not. I plan on asking whether or not they have an appeals process for scholarship considerations.

I was concerned about housing in NYC and asked about the dorm lottery. If admitted, you will have until May 15 to submit your name into the residence lottery.

I will post more information as I receive it. What other programs are others considering? If anyone is interested in discussing LL.M programs further, I have set up an "LL.M Signing Day" page on my blog @ www.taxdocket.com.
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It is officialy "early march" so hopefully we will begin to recieve news from NYU... anyone????

It is officialy "early march" so hopefully we will begin to recieve news from NYU... anyone????
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tht is what i am wondering.. are we going to be hearin anything at all this week from NYU?

tht is what i am wondering.. are we going to be hearin anything at all this week from NYU?
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josh129

Just an FYI, I emailed NYU on Friday on a matter relating to scholarships and was sent an autoreply stating that the office was closed due to the inclement weather. This may or may not delay any action on applicant decisions.

- Josh
www.taxdocket.com

Just an FYI, I emailed NYU on Friday on a matter relating to scholarships and was sent an autoreply stating that the office was closed due to the inclement weather. This may or may not delay any action on applicant decisions.

- Josh
www.taxdocket.com
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