Any news from NYU??


MAB79

I received my admission letter too with an April 15 deadline, and no mention of any aid, so can I assume that I haven't been offered any financial aid


yes, indeed.


Yes you can;-)

<blockquote><blockquote>I received my admission letter too with an April 15 deadline, and no mention of any aid, so can I assume that I haven't been offered any financial aid</blockquote>

yes, indeed.</blockquote>

Yes you can;-)
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BCP2

Has someone called the admission office? If I get no response by monday morning I will call on the afternoon. Not because I am nervous but because I really need to take an informed decision by the end of next week.

Has someone called the admission office? If I get no response by monday morning I will call on the afternoon. Not because I am nervous but because I really need to take an informed decision by the end of next week.
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niubility

I received offer of admission with half-tuition from NYU on Mar 1st

I received offer of admission with half-tuition from NYU on Mar 1st
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josh129

To all concerned with scholarships -

I was admitted to the LL.M Tax program in February. Unfortunately, I received no scholarship offer. I called the financial aid office and that office directed me to the office of graduate affairs. I emailed the office twice to ask whether there was an appeals process for scholarship consideration. Unfortunately, there is not. Therefore, if you did not receive scholarship information with your admissions letter and accompanying materials, you can safely assume that you did not get a scholarship. I hope this information helped.

- Josh
www.taxdocket.com

To all concerned with scholarships -

I was admitted to the LL.M Tax program in February. Unfortunately, I received no scholarship offer. I called the financial aid office and that office directed me to the office of graduate affairs. I emailed the office twice to ask whether there was an appeals process for scholarship consideration. Unfortunately, there is not. Therefore, if you did not receive scholarship information with your admissions letter and accompanying materials, you can safely assume that you did not get a scholarship. I hope this information helped.

- Josh
www.taxdocket.com
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Trops

Thanks.
Is there any chance that they'd make new scholarship offers after the first round of offerees have declined.

Thanks.
Is there any chance that they'd make new scholarship offers after the first round of offerees have declined.
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josh129

I am not sure about that. Although I sure hope that they consider doing that.

- Josh
www.taxdocket.com

I am not sure about that. Although I sure hope that they consider doing that.

- Josh
www.taxdocket.com
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Augusto

What they told me is that, if you have received your admission letter without a scholarship offer, there is no chance you will get one.

I still wonder what they will do in case some offerees turn their scholarships down.

What they told me is that, if you have received your admission letter without a scholarship offer, there is no chance you will get one.

I still wonder what they will do in case some offerees turn their scholarships down.
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Anyone admitted today?

Anyone admitted today?
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MAB79

Good question:-) But the day is still young:-)

Good question:-) But the day is still young:-)
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BCP2

Has someone who DID NOT ask for a scholarship been admitted?

Has someone who DID NOT ask for a scholarship been admitted?
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MAB79

Has someone who DID NOT ask for a scholarship been admitted?


Look in the different threads...there are plenty!

<blockquote>Has someone who DID NOT ask for a scholarship been admitted? </blockquote>

Look in the different threads...there are plenty!
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BCP2

Plenty of admission reports... but could be of people who asked for a scholarship and were admitted, but did not obtained such scholarship.

I know NYU responds first to people who asked for a scholarship. I dont know of any person admitted who did not requested a scolarship.

Plenty of admission reports... but could be of people who asked for a scholarship and were admitted, but did not obtained such scholarship.

I know NYU responds first to people who asked for a scholarship. I dont know of any person admitted who did not requested a scolarship.
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Plenty of admission reports... but could be of people who asked for a scholarship and were admitted, but did not obtained such scholarship.

I know NYU responds first to people who asked for a scholarship. I dont know of any person admitted who did not requested a scolarship.


That is by far the sweetest thing i have heard so far! I haven't asked for a scholarship. Where did you get this info from though, BCP2

<blockquote>Plenty of admission reports... but could be of people who asked for a scholarship and were admitted, but did not obtained such scholarship.

I know NYU responds first to people who asked for a scholarship. I dont know of any person admitted who did not requested a scolarship.</blockquote>

That is by far the sweetest thing i have heard so far! I haven't asked for a scholarship. Where did you get this info from though, BCP2
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Hello. I was admitted on 3 March to the Traditional LL.M programme without requesting scholarship with reply date 15th April. I wish everyone good luck with your NYU results!

Hello. I was admitted on 3 March to the Traditional LL.M programme without requesting scholarship with reply date 15th April. I wish everyone good luck with your NYU results!
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FLT

Hi everyone. I have accepted NYU's admission offer (together with the Vanderbilt full tuition scholarship award). Both Yale and Harvard have confirmed to me that they have not finished the review of the applications (well, at least in respect of my own application), and I am not willing to wait for their decisions and waive the Vanderbilt scholarship award. I have electronically signed the Intention to Enroll form and paid the deposit of US$500 just a while ago.

Separately, would anyone of you know whether we would get a written confirmation of the enrollment by email? Although I did receive an email confirmation of my deposit payment, I noticed the Admitted Students website did not allow me to print the electronically signed Intention to Enroll form nor did I receive any copy of such signed form by email.

Hi everyone. I have accepted NYU's admission offer (together with the Vanderbilt full tuition scholarship award). Both Yale and Harvard have confirmed to me that they have not finished the review of the applications (well, at least in respect of my own application), and I am not willing to wait for their decisions and waive the Vanderbilt scholarship award. I have electronically signed the Intention to Enroll form and paid the deposit of US$500 just a while ago.

Separately, would anyone of you know whether we would get a written confirmation of the enrollment by email? Although I did receive an email confirmation of my deposit payment, I noticed the Admitted Students website did not allow me to print the electronically signed Intention to Enroll form nor did I receive any copy of such signed form by email.
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MAB79

Plenty of admission reports... but could be of people who asked for a scholarship and were admitted, but did not obtained such scholarship.

I know NYU responds first to people who asked for a scholarship. I dont know of any person admitted who did not requested a scolarship.


And I was talking about ppl stating in other threads that they have been admitted without scholarship and without aking for it...and as far as I know NYU answers first to ppl that have been awarded with a scholarship no matter if they have asked for it or not...if you have asked for and not received one, you will not be informed before others...

<blockquote>Plenty of admission reports... but could be of people who asked for a scholarship and were admitted, but did not obtained such scholarship.

I know NYU responds first to people who asked for a scholarship. I dont know of any person admitted who did not requested a scolarship.</blockquote>

And I was talking about ppl stating in other threads that they have been admitted without scholarship and without aking for it...and as far as I know NYU answers first to ppl that have been awarded with a scholarship no matter if they have asked for it or not...if you have asked for and not received one, you will not be informed before others...
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Lol. I just called the graduate admissions office. They say they will be sending out decisions through out this month.

These decisions are not made in any specific order.

Lol. I just called the graduate admissions office. They say they will be sending out decisions through out this month.

These decisions are not made in any specific order.
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MAB79

Hm, I will not wait any longer if I do not hear from them by friday...It sucks big time, but it seems as if they to not expedite the process even if you have deadlines...and last but not least, I want to tsart the visa application process etc.

Hm, I will not wait any longer if I do not hear from them by friday...It sucks big time, but it seems as if they to not expedite the process even if you have deadlines...and last but not least, I want to tsart the visa application process etc.
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Xview

FLT. I am in the same situation and I will admit NYU offer. I hls has no a decision I will not wait until march 29th and lose nyu's offer. I thought of sending an e-mail confirming my decision.
Apart from that, have u sent the mails withdrawing the pending applications and admission offers? thnks! and see you

FLT. I am in the same situation and I will admit NYU offer. I hls has no a decision I will not wait until march 29th and lose nyu's offer. I thought of sending an e-mail confirming my decision.
Apart from that, have u sent the mails withdrawing the pending applications and admission offers? thnks! and see you
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supranote1

FLT. I am in the same situation and I will admit NYU offer. I hls has no a decision I will not wait until march 29th and lose nyu's offer. I thought of sending an e-mail confirming my decision.
Apart from that, have u sent the mails withdrawing the pending applications and admission offers? thnks! and see you


Once you accept an offer, you must withdraw from other schools to which you applied and where a decision has not yet been rendered. Doing so removes your application from the process and allows the institution to ascertain its enrollment needs.

<blockquote>FLT. I am in the same situation and I will admit NYU offer. I hls has no a decision I will not wait until march 29th and lose nyu's offer. I thought of sending an e-mail confirming my decision.
Apart from that, have u sent the mails withdrawing the pending applications and admission offers? thnks! and see you </blockquote>

Once you accept an offer, you must withdraw from other schools to which you applied and where a decision has not yet been rendered. Doing so removes your application from the process and allows the institution to ascertain its enrollment needs.
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