NYU admitted students - International Tax LLM 2006


adm2006

Makon , I sent you personal message.
Cheers,
Adm2006

Makon , I sent you personal message.
Cheers,
Adm2006
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ivan2006

Hi, Makon - I guess having some experience in taxes is certainly a plus when it comes to the admission process of the ITP, but it´s not a must. For instance, I know that some of our colleagues this year does not have a previous experience in taxation (although they are an exception). In addition to that, maybe the fact that you are coming from a country that had only 1 student in the ITP until now could be regarded as an advantage. My advice would be that you try to get in touch with this alumnus from Kazakhstan and ask for his advice... Cheers

Hi, Makon - I guess having some experience in taxes is certainly a plus when it comes to the admission process of the ITP, but it´s not a must. For instance, I know that some of our colleagues this year does not have a previous experience in taxation (although they are an exception). In addition to that, maybe the fact that you are coming from a country that had only 1 student in the ITP until now could be regarded as an advantage. My advice would be that you try to get in touch with this alumnus from Kazakhstan and ask for his advice... Cheers
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ivan2006

If anybody in this forum was admitted to the ITP, please feel free to contact me if you have any query or doubt about the program. I´m just back from a Wine & Cheese reception at NYU and (believe it or not) we have talked a lot about next year´s class...

If anybody in this forum was admitted to the ITP, please feel free to contact me if you have any query or doubt about the program. I´m just back from a Wine & Cheese reception at NYU and (believe it or not) we have talked a lot about next year´s class...
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VeRicardo

Hi, don´t worry about the admission - if your letter states you were admitted to the tax LLM, it is the general tax program. My reasons for applying for the ITP: a) flexibility of the curriculum (at the general tax llm you´re required to take more courses on US tax law, and even though I´m very interested in it, I wanted to take other courses on Int´l tax that were more appealing to me); b) size - although we´ll attend to classes with JDs and Tax LLMs, the ITP is a smaller (up to 25 students) program. I have the feeling it´s easier to make better acquaintances if you´re part of a more "exclusive" program. c) special events of the ITP LLM: for instance, the weekly lunches with int´l tax experts (great networking).
Would you mind to say something more about yourself (e.g. where are you from, credentials)? I´ll try to put you in touch with this friend of mine and I´d like to tell her more about you. Send me a personal message if you prefer.
Cheers,
Ivan


Hi Ivan. I am writing you from Caracas, Venezuela.
I am willing to pursue an LL.M in International Taxation next year, and according to your post and my previous investigations NYU is the best place.
I have the following question: The ITP is considerer as an LL.M program? What is the actual name of degree or diploma?

<blockquote>Hi, don´t worry about the admission - if your letter states you were admitted to the tax LLM, it is the general tax program. My reasons for applying for the ITP: a) flexibility of the curriculum (at the general tax llm you´re required to take more courses on US tax law, and even though I´m very interested in it, I wanted to take other courses on Int´l tax that were more appealing to me); b) size - although we´ll attend to classes with JDs and Tax LLMs, the ITP is a smaller (up to 25 students) program. I have the feeling it´s easier to make better acquaintances if you´re part of a more "exclusive" program. c) special events of the ITP LLM: for instance, the weekly lunches with int´l tax experts (great networking).
Would you mind to say something more about yourself (e.g. where are you from, credentials)? I´ll try to put you in touch with this friend of mine and I´d like to tell her more about you. Send me a personal message if you prefer.
Cheers,
Ivan</blockquote>

Hi Ivan. I am writing you from Caracas, Venezuela.
I am willing to pursue an LL.M in International Taxation next year, and according to your post and my previous investigations NYU is the best place.
I have the following question: The ITP is considerer as an LL.M program? What is the actual name of degree or diploma?
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ivan2006

Yes, it is an LL.M degree, like all the other LL.M specializations (e.g. Trade Regulation, Corporate Law, Taxation). Its name is LL.M (International Taxation).

Yes, it is an LL.M degree, like all the other LL.M specializations (e.g. Trade Regulation, Corporate Law, Taxation). Its name is LL.M (International Taxation).
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Xarhs84

If anybody in this forum was admitted to the ITP, please feel free to contact me if you have any query or doubt about the program. I´m just back from a Wine & Cheese reception at NYU and (believe it or not) we have talked a lot about next year´s class...


Hello
Just finished my LLB and carently taking my bar in Cyprus
I would like to apply for this Masters and would like to ask you when did you apply for it ?

Thank you

<blockquote>If anybody in this forum was admitted to the ITP, please feel free to contact me if you have any query or doubt about the program. I´m just back from a Wine & Cheese reception at NYU and (believe it or not) we have talked a lot about next year´s class... </blockquote>

Hello
Just finished my LLB and carently taking my bar in Cyprus
I would like to apply for this Masters and would like to ask you when did you apply for it ?

Thank you
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lafayette

Hi,

as far as I know (I'm also a prospective applicant to the NYU ITP), applications can be submitted from October 1st.

Does anyone know if admissions are made on a rolling basis?

Thks

Hi,

as far as I know (I'm also a prospective applicant to the NYU ITP), applications can be submitted from October 1st.

Does anyone know if admissions are made on a rolling basis?

Thks
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LLM_Brazil

No they are not. Last year, all decisions came out in late-february, early march, if I'm not mistaken.

Anyway, I applied on December 1st and got admitted. ;)

good luck!

No they are not. Last year, all decisions came out in late-february, early march, if I'm not mistaken.

Anyway, I applied on December 1st and got admitted. ;)

good luck!
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ilu300

Hi everyone,
I'd like to apply for the ITP at NYU next year. My question is, how hard is it to get into this program? You've all been admitted. Can you tell me what your curriculum looks like? Some of you already have work experience. I don't. I'm finishing my LLB in the Netherlands this year.
Ps: are there any Dutch people admitted?

Regards

Hi everyone,
I'd like to apply for the ITP at NYU next year. My question is, how hard is it to get into this program? You've all been admitted. Can you tell me what your curriculum looks like? Some of you already have work experience. I don't. I'm finishing my LLB in the Netherlands this year.
Ps: are there any Dutch people admitted?

Regards
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