Hello everyone, I hope you are all doing great. I have won the Fulbright Scholarship, and upon research of top universities, I have noticed that all of them include the number of Fulbright or Rhodes scholars. Based on your experience and knowledge, do you think that being a recipient of the Fulbright Scholarship increases the chances of admission, or of receiving financial aid (I know that some universities are merit-based and some are need-based). Thank you in advance for your time and consideration! Best of luck on your applications.
Fulbright's impact on LLM admissions
Hi, first of all i appreciate you, congrats. I am still an undergrad law student. So i have no experience related to your question. But I know that most of the top universities indicate on their website about how many the Fulbright scholars they have admitted that year. So it means that being a Fulbright scholar is so effective. Best wishes..
Oxford 2022-2023 BCL/MSCs/MJUR/MPHIL/MLF Applicants
Aug 01 06:22 PM 152,800 793
LSE Applications 2022-2023
Jul 18, 2022 40,929 245
LLM in IT and IP Laws- Georg-August University- Gottingen
Jul 27, 2022 1,673 15
EULISP application 2022/2023
Aug 04 11:51 PM 950 14
University Of Alberta LLM
Jul 26, 2022 868 6
Cambridge MCL/LLM vs. Oxford BCL/MLF vs. LSE/UCL/KCL
Jul 19, 2022 627 6
NY Bar exam on the basis of LLM completed in '05
Aug 06 04:58 PM 481 5
Realistic chance of getting into UCL/KCL/LSE with a 64% LLB?
Jul 26, 2022 591 2