Hauser Global Scholarship


rdlbaere
Hauser decisions are out!


Congrats!
Can you give some more information please? When did you receive the offer? Are all Hauser (and other scholarships) decisions out already?

[Edited by rdlbaere on Mar 19, 2017]

[quote]Hauser decisions are out! [/quote]

Congrats!
Can you give some more information please? When did you receive the offer? Are all Hauser (and other scholarships) decisions out already?
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Kreska
Hauser decisions are out!


Congrats!
Can you give some more information please? When did you receive the offer? Are all Hauser (and other scholarships) decisions out already?


Thanks! I received the offer on Friday, about 9 pm EDT. I dont know whether all decisions are out.
[quote][quote]Hauser decisions are out! [/quote]

Congrats!
Can you give some more information please? When did you receive the offer? Are all Hauser (and other scholarships) decisions out already?[/quote]

Thanks! I received the offer on Friday, about 9 pm EDT. I dont know whether all decisions are out.
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Aarushi Bh...
Hello Kreska! Congratulations :)

Do you mind sharing your credentials/profile with us? It will be of great help!

[Edited by Aarushi Bhatnagar on Mar 19, 2017]

Hello Kreska! Congratulations :)

Do you mind sharing your credentials/profile with us? It will be of great help!
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Kreska
Hello Kreska! Congratulations :)

Do you mind sharing your credentials/profile with us? It will be of great help!


Hi Aarushi! Thank you!
I am an academic. First law degree in Poland, PhD and LLM in Germany. One-year post-doc. However, looking at the profiles of previous Hauser scholars, I have an impression that academics are rather a minority.
[quote]Hello Kreska! Congratulations :)

Do you mind sharing your credentials/profile with us? It will be of great help!
[/quote]

Hi Aarushi! Thank you!
I am an academic. First law degree in Poland, PhD and LLM in Germany. One-year post-doc. However, looking at the profiles of previous Hauser scholars, I have an impression that academics are rather a minority.
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NSLLM2017
Got a reply from NYU stating that if one has received the Dean's Graduate Award, then it means the application for Hauser Scholarship has been rejected.
Got a reply from NYU stating that if one has received the Dean's Graduate Award, then it means the application for Hauser Scholarship has been rejected.
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MV
Would you happen to know if they already sent all the scholarship offers?
Would you happen to know if they already sent all the scholarship offers?
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rdlbaere
Would you happen to know if they already sent all the scholarship offers?


Based on the e-mail I just received from NYU, I would say so, though it is not entirely clear.
[quote]Would you happen to know if they already sent all the scholarship offers?[/quote]

Based on the e-mail I just received from NYU, I would say so, though it is not entirely clear.
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FAD
@ rdlbaere:
Just out of curiosity - would you share what email you received from NYU?
@ rdlbaere:
Just out of curiosity - would you share what email you received from NYU?
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MV
I sent them an email as well. I will let you know their answer!
I sent them an email as well. I will let you know their answer!
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pepona
I sent them an email as well. I will let you know their answer!


same here
[quote]I sent them an email as well. I will let you know their answer![/quote]

same here
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rdlbaere
@ rdlbaere:
Just out of curiosity - would you share what email you received from NYU?


I will, but currently Outlook is not working for me, it keeps crashing... So I will post it later tonight or tomorrow, whenever I can get it to work again.

But basically, they said that funds are limited, there are many qualified candidates, so at this time they cannot offer me a scholarship.

Update: the email:

"Dear [...],

Thank you for your email.

Of course, we agree that financing your graduate studies is an important factor in making your enrollment plans. Here at NYU, we have merit-based scholarships that are offered to some admitted students, however, our limited resources and the high caliber of our admitted students make competition for scholarships particularly keen—this year, especially so. Given what we know at this point, unfortunately, I fear I must inform you that it is unlikely we will be able to offer financial assistance for the coming year.

While we are inevitably unable to offer scholarships to many accomplished candidates, they may nonetheless be successful in securing alternative sources of aid and/or financing given their strong records. We encourage you to explore alternative sources of financing the LLM year, and let us know if we can be of any assistance, such as certifying details of your admission or intended program of study.

We’ve listed some of the resources about which we are aware on the Admitted Students Website, accessible from http://www.law.nyu.edu/llmjsd. We encourage you to include this site and the information on scholarship search engines on the Student and Financial Services site (http://www.law.nyu.edu/financialaid/externalresources ) as you research options.

If you are considering potentially working alongside study, you may wish to first view the video available ton the Office of Global Services website to learn about working in the US as a full-time graduate student: http://www.nyu.edu/global/visa-and-immigration/students-and-alumni/current-students/employment-and-tax.html . As you will see, on-campus jobs are permitted, and students may work at the Law School, such as in research assistant roles, or throughout the larger University, typically in administrative positions. Professors post requests for research assistants in The Docket close to the start of the semester, and students can then apply: http://blogs.law.nyu.edu/docket/. The University Career Center posts other on-campus jobs: http://www.nyu.edu/students/student-information-and-resources/career-development-and-jobs/find-a-job-or-internship/on-campus-employment.html .

I hope this information is helpful to you as you seek means of financing your LLM degree studies. We are committed to providing you the information necessary to help with your enrollment plans. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to be in contact with the Office of Graduate Admissions again. I very much hope to welcome you to NYU School of Law in the fall!

Best wishes,


Lauren Goslin
Associate Director, Graduate Admissions
NYU School of Law
139 MacDougal St, Suite B-18
New York, NY 10012
Tel: 212-998-6680
Fax: 212-995-4883
Email: law.grad@nyu.edu"

[Edited by rdlbaere on Mar 21, 2017]

[quote]@ rdlbaere:
Just out of curiosity - would you share what email you received from NYU?[/quote]

I will, but currently Outlook is not working for me, it keeps crashing... So I will post it later tonight or tomorrow, whenever I can get it to work again.

But basically, they said that funds are limited, there are many qualified candidates, so at this time they cannot offer me a scholarship.

Update: the email:

"Dear [...],

Thank you for your email.

Of course, we agree that financing your graduate studies is an important factor in making your enrollment plans. Here at NYU, we have merit-based scholarships that are offered to some admitted students, however, our limited resources and the high caliber of our admitted students make competition for scholarships particularly keen—this year, especially so. Given what we know at this point, unfortunately, I fear I must inform you that it is unlikely we will be able to offer financial assistance for the coming year.

While we are inevitably unable to offer scholarships to many accomplished candidates, they may nonetheless be successful in securing alternative sources of aid and/or financing given their strong records. We encourage you to explore alternative sources of financing the LLM year, and let us know if we can be of any assistance, such as certifying details of your admission or intended program of study.

We’ve listed some of the resources about which we are aware on the Admitted Students Website, accessible from http://www.law.nyu.edu/llmjsd. We encourage you to include this site and the information on scholarship search engines on the Student and Financial Services site (http://www.law.nyu.edu/financialaid/externalresources ) as you research options.

If you are considering potentially working alongside study, you may wish to first view the video available ton the Office of Global Services website to learn about working in the US as a full-time graduate student: http://www.nyu.edu/global/visa-and-immigration/students-and-alumni/current-students/employment-and-tax.html . As you will see, on-campus jobs are permitted, and students may work at the Law School, such as in research assistant roles, or throughout the larger University, typically in administrative positions. Professors post requests for research assistants in The Docket close to the start of the semester, and students can then apply: http://blogs.law.nyu.edu/docket/. The University Career Center posts other on-campus jobs: http://www.nyu.edu/students/student-information-and-resources/career-development-and-jobs/find-a-job-or-internship/on-campus-employment.html .

I hope this information is helpful to you as you seek means of financing your LLM degree studies. We are committed to providing you the information necessary to help with your enrollment plans. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to be in contact with the Office of Graduate Admissions again. I very much hope to welcome you to NYU School of Law in the fall!

Best wishes,


Lauren Goslin
Associate Director, Graduate Admissions
NYU School of Law
139 MacDougal St, Suite B-18
New York, NY 10012
Tel: 212-998-6680
Fax: 212-995-4883
Email: law.grad@nyu.edu"
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MV
@ rdlbaere:
Just out of curiosity - would you share what email you received from NYU?


I will, but currently Outlook is not working for me, it keeps crashing... So I will post it later tonight or tomorrow, whenever I can get it to work again.

But basically, they said that funds are limited, there are many qualified candidates, so at this time they cannot offer me a scholarship.

Update: the email:

"Dear [...],

Thank you for your email.

Of course, we agree that financing your graduate studies is an important factor in making your enrollment plans. Here at NYU, we have merit-based scholarships that are offered to some admitted students, however, our limited resources and the high caliber of our admitted students make competition for scholarships particularly keen—this year, especially so. Given what we know at this point, unfortunately, I fear I must inform you that it is unlikely we will be able to offer financial assistance for the coming year.

While we are inevitably unable to offer scholarships to many accomplished candidates, they may nonetheless be successful in securing alternative sources of aid and/or financing given their strong records. We encourage you to explore alternative sources of financing the LLM year, and let us know if we can be of any assistance, such as certifying details of your admission or intended program of study.

We’ve listed some of the resources about which we are aware on the Admitted Students Website, accessible from http://www.law.nyu.edu/llmjsd. We encourage you to include this site and the information on scholarship search engines on the Student and Financial Services site (http://www.law.nyu.edu/financialaid/externalresources ) as you research options.

If you are considering potentially working alongside study, you may wish to first view the video available ton the Office of Global Services website to learn about working in the US as a full-time graduate student: http://www.nyu.edu/global/visa-and-immigration/students-and-alumni/current-students/employment-and-tax.html . As you will see, on-campus jobs are permitted, and students may work at the Law School, such as in research assistant roles, or throughout the larger University, typically in administrative positions. Professors post requests for research assistants in The Docket close to the start of the semester, and students can then apply: http://blogs.law.nyu.edu/docket/. The University Career Center posts other on-campus jobs: http://www.nyu.edu/students/student-information-and-resources/career-development-and-jobs/find-a-job-or-internship/on-campus-employment.html .

I hope this information is helpful to you as you seek means of financing your LLM degree studies. We are committed to providing you the information necessary to help with your enrollment plans. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to be in contact with the Office of Graduate Admissions again. I very much hope to welcome you to NYU School of Law in the fall!

Best wishes,


Lauren Goslin
Associate Director, Graduate Admissions
NYU School of Law
139 MacDougal St, Suite B-18
New York, NY 10012
Tel: 212-998-6680
Fax: 212-995-4883
Email: law.grad@nyu.edu"


They just sent me the same answer!
I am going to enroll anyway! Hope to see you at nyu ;)
[quote][quote]@ rdlbaere:
Just out of curiosity - would you share what email you received from NYU?[/quote]

I will, but currently Outlook is not working for me, it keeps crashing... So I will post it later tonight or tomorrow, whenever I can get it to work again.

But basically, they said that funds are limited, there are many qualified candidates, so at this time they cannot offer me a scholarship.

Update: the email:

"Dear [...],

Thank you for your email.

Of course, we agree that financing your graduate studies is an important factor in making your enrollment plans. Here at NYU, we have merit-based scholarships that are offered to some admitted students, however, our limited resources and the high caliber of our admitted students make competition for scholarships particularly keen—this year, especially so. Given what we know at this point, unfortunately, I fear I must inform you that it is unlikely we will be able to offer financial assistance for the coming year.

While we are inevitably unable to offer scholarships to many accomplished candidates, they may nonetheless be successful in securing alternative sources of aid and/or financing given their strong records. We encourage you to explore alternative sources of financing the LLM year, and let us know if we can be of any assistance, such as certifying details of your admission or intended program of study.

We’ve listed some of the resources about which we are aware on the Admitted Students Website, accessible from http://www.law.nyu.edu/llmjsd. We encourage you to include this site and the information on scholarship search engines on the Student and Financial Services site (http://www.law.nyu.edu/financialaid/externalresources ) as you research options.

If you are considering potentially working alongside study, you may wish to first view the video available ton the Office of Global Services website to learn about working in the US as a full-time graduate student: http://www.nyu.edu/global/visa-and-immigration/students-and-alumni/current-students/employment-and-tax.html . As you will see, on-campus jobs are permitted, and students may work at the Law School, such as in research assistant roles, or throughout the larger University, typically in administrative positions. Professors post requests for research assistants in The Docket close to the start of the semester, and students can then apply: http://blogs.law.nyu.edu/docket/. The University Career Center posts other on-campus jobs: http://www.nyu.edu/students/student-information-and-resources/career-development-and-jobs/find-a-job-or-internship/on-campus-employment.html .

I hope this information is helpful to you as you seek means of financing your LLM degree studies. We are committed to providing you the information necessary to help with your enrollment plans. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to be in contact with the Office of Graduate Admissions again. I very much hope to welcome you to NYU School of Law in the fall!

Best wishes,


Lauren Goslin
Associate Director, Graduate Admissions
NYU School of Law
139 MacDougal St, Suite B-18
New York, NY 10012
Tel: 212-998-6680
Fax: 212-995-4883
Email: law.grad@nyu.edu"[/quote]

They just sent me the same answer!
I am going to enroll anyway! Hope to see you at nyu ;)
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llmlau
This is the answer I've just received in relation to scolarships:

"Yes, the Committee on Graduate Admissions has recently informed some admitted students about scholarships. As we seek to assist as many admitted students as possible with our limited, merit-based funding, we anticipate scholarship decisions will continue to be finalized into early April. The Committee will notify the admitted students selected to receive an award as soon as possible and before the enrollment deadline. I regret we do not have more precise information for you at the moment."

There's still hope!
This is the answer I've just received in relation to scolarships:

"Yes, the Committee on Graduate Admissions has recently informed some admitted students about scholarships. As we seek to assist as many admitted students as possible with our limited, merit-based funding, we anticipate scholarship decisions will continue to be finalized into early April. The Committee will notify the admitted students selected to receive an award as soon as possible and before the enrollment deadline. I regret we do not have more precise information for you at the moment."

There's still hope!
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llm2358
Hi! I have an admission offer with Dean's Scholarship but I am not planning to attend. I wanted to let you know in case someone else is waiting for scholarship/funding.
Hi! I have an admission offer with Dean's Scholarship but I am not planning to attend. I wanted to let you know in case someone else is waiting for scholarship/funding.
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FAD
Just out of curiosity: Where else will you enroll ?
Just out of curiosity: Where else will you enroll ?
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MJ1997-15
Hauser decisions are out!


thanks for this information.

Are you one of the recipients?

or How have you come across this knowledge?
[quote]Hauser decisions are out! [/quote]

thanks for this information.

Are you one of the recipients?

or How have you come across this knowledge?
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Hauser decisions are out!


thanks for this information.

Are you one of the recipients?

or How have you come across this knowledge?


This necro almost killed me, man.
[quote][quote]Hauser decisions are out! [/quote]

thanks for this information.

Are you one of the recipients?

or How have you come across this knowledge?[/quote]

This necro almost killed me, man.
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specter
Any this year's Hauser scholars here?

Tryin' to confirm if NYU has granted it already.

Thanks for a reply in advance folks! Congrats!
Any this year's Hauser scholars here?

Tryin' to confirm if NYU has granted it already.

Thanks for a reply in advance folks! Congrats!
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beepbeep
Any this year's Hauser scholars here?

Tryin' to confirm if NYU has granted it already.

Thanks for a reply in advance folks! Congrats!


I'm not an applicant but I know someone who has received the Hauser scholarship.
[quote]Any this year's Hauser scholars here?

Tryin' to confirm if NYU has granted it already.

Thanks for a reply in advance folks! Congrats![/quote]

I'm not an applicant but I know someone who has received the Hauser scholarship.
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Katicek
I was awarded the Hauser Scholarship on Monday. I found the email in my spam so maybe also check it If you dont do that already...

Good luck to all of you!!!
I was awarded the Hauser Scholarship on Monday. I found the email in my spam so maybe also check it If you dont do that already...

Good luck to all of you!!!

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