NYU LLM 2018-2019 Applicants


Hi, if I applied for the Taxation LLM and haven't received answer yet, does it mean I was not accepted? :/


I wouldn't worry yet. Someone got accepted to the international Tax program a week after all the other ones who posted here, so it's possible that they're still rolling out admissions even though they sent out a bulk number of admissions already.


Do they send the declines the same day with the accepted applicants?

[quote][quote] Hi, if I applied for the Taxation LLM and haven't received answer yet, does it mean I was not accepted? :/ [/quote]

I wouldn't worry yet. Someone got accepted to the international Tax program a week after all the other ones who posted here, so it's possible that they're still rolling out admissions even though they sent out a bulk number of admissions already.[/quote]

Do they send the declines the same day with the accepted applicants?
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Mar16

Hello everyone... Any Fulbright student applying through the IIE??

Hello everyone... Any Fulbright student applying through the IIE??
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Hi, if I applied for the Taxation LLM and haven't received answer yet, does it mean I was not accepted? :/


I wouldn't worry yet. Someone got accepted to the international Tax program a week after all the other ones who posted here, so it's possible that they're still rolling out admissions even though they sent out a bulk number of admissions already.


Do they send the declines the same day with the accepted applicants?


I'm also curious.
Would late notification may imply more chance of rejection? or is it irrelevant?

[quote][quote][quote] Hi, if I applied for the Taxation LLM and haven't received answer yet, does it mean I was not accepted? :/ [/quote]

I wouldn't worry yet. Someone got accepted to the international Tax program a week after all the other ones who posted here, so it's possible that they're still rolling out admissions even though they sent out a bulk number of admissions already.[/quote]

Do they send the declines the same day with the accepted applicants? [/quote]

I'm also curious.
Would late notification may imply more chance of rejection? or is it irrelevant?
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GerLLM

Hello everyone... Any Fulbright student applying through the IIE?

Also a Fulbright nominee, but applied on my own and got admitted. I dont think the IIE process will lower your chances, but only delays the decision a little.



I'm also curious.
Would late notification may imply more chance of rejection? or is it irrelevant?


Last year people received their decisions over a three to four week period. Not beeing the first to be admitted shoud not be a problem. Additionally, it seems that they changed the system and make a wider use of the rolling admission, so the period is possibly even longer this year.

Also keep in mind that the domestic Tax LLM is different from all the other programs since it is primary aimed at nationals and has a different deadine etc.

[quote]Hello everyone... Any Fulbright student applying through the IIE?
[/quote]
Also a Fulbright nominee, but applied on my own and got admitted. I dont think the IIE process will lower your chances, but only delays the decision a little.


[quote]
I'm also curious.
Would late notification may imply more chance of rejection? or is it irrelevant? [/quote]

Last year people received their decisions over a three to four week period. Not beeing the first to be admitted shoud not be a problem. Additionally, it seems that they changed the system and make a wider use of the rolling admission, so the period is possibly even longer this year.

Also keep in mind that the domestic Tax LLM is different from all the other programs since it is primary aimed at nationals and has a different deadine etc.

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JayJ18

Hi guys, has anyone heard back from NYU on the Int'l Business Regulation, Litigation and Arbitration LLM? Also, have any financial assistance offers been made to any admitted applicants?

[Edited by JayJ18 on Feb 20, 2018]

Hi guys, has anyone heard back from NYU on the Int'l Business Regulation, Litigation and Arbitration LLM? Also, have any financial assistance offers been made to any admitted applicants?
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tepp90

Hi guys, has anyone heard back from NYU on the Int'l Business Regulation, Litigation and Arbitration LLM? Also, have any financial assistance offers been made to any admitted applicants?


A colleague of mine was admitted to that program in January. He also applied for the Global Hauser Scholarship but hasn't heard back yet.

[quote]Hi guys, has anyone heard back from NYU on the Int'l Business Regulation, Litigation and Arbitration LLM? Also, have any financial assistance offers been made to any admitted applicants?[/quote]

A colleague of mine was admitted to that program in January. He also applied for the Global Hauser Scholarship but hasn't heard back yet.
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Mar16

Hello everyone... Any Fulbright student applying through the IIE?

Also a Fulbright nominee, but applied on my own and got admitted. I dont think the IIE process will lower your chances, but only delays the decision a little.


Do you know why the IIE dealys the whole p
rocess. I´am getting really nervous

[quote][quote]Hello everyone... Any Fulbright student applying through the IIE?
[/quote]
Also a Fulbright nominee, but applied on my own and got admitted. I dont think the IIE process will lower your chances, but only delays the decision a little.


[/quote] Do you know why the IIE dealys the whole p
rocess. I´am getting really nervous
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Has anyone heard anything at all from the legal theory programme?

Also- I know this is sensitive but has anyone received rejections so far?

Has anyone heard anything at all from the legal theory programme?

Also- I know this is sensitive but has anyone received rejections so far?
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Hello everyone... Any Fulbright student applying through the IIE?

Also a Fulbright nominee, but applied on my own and got admitted. I dont think the IIE process will lower your chances, but only delays the decision a little.



I'm also curious.
Would late notification may imply more chance of rejection? or is it irrelevant?


Last year people received their decisions over a three to four week period. Not beeing the first to be admitted shoud not be a problem. Additionally, it seems that they changed the system and make a wider use of the rolling admission, so the period is possibly even longer this year.

Also keep in mind that the domestic Tax LLM is different from all the other programs since it is primary aimed at nationals and has a different deadine etc.



Thanks for your response!

Btw, has any CIIL program applicants heard any news so far.

Based on last year's thread, NYU released their decision for this program the latest.

[quote][quote]Hello everyone... Any Fulbright student applying through the IIE?
[/quote]
Also a Fulbright nominee, but applied on my own and got admitted. I dont think the IIE process will lower your chances, but only delays the decision a little.


[quote]
I'm also curious.
Would late notification may imply more chance of rejection? or is it irrelevant? [/quote]

Last year people received their decisions over a three to four week period. Not beeing the first to be admitted shoud not be a problem. Additionally, it seems that they changed the system and make a wider use of the rolling admission, so the period is possibly even longer this year.

Also keep in mind that the domestic Tax LLM is different from all the other programs since it is primary aimed at nationals and has a different deadine etc.

[/quote]

Thanks for your response!

Btw, has any CIIL program applicants heard any news so far.

Based on last year's thread, NYU released their decision for this program the latest.
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Feather12

Hello, does anyone know how many students are enrolled each year in the CIIL program?
Thanks

Hello, does anyone know how many students are enrolled each year in the CIIL program?
Thanks
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darthsid

Hello everyone... Any Fulbright student applying through the IIE?

Also a Fulbright nominee, but applied on my own and got admitted. I dont think the IIE process will lower your chances, but only delays the decision a little.



I'm also curious.
Would late notification may imply more chance of rejection? or is it irrelevant?


Last year people received their decisions over a three to four week period. Not beeing the first to be admitted shoud not be a problem. Additionally, it seems that they changed the system and make a wider use of the rolling admission, so the period is possibly even longer this year.

Also keep in mind that the domestic Tax LLM is different from all the other programs since it is primary aimed at nationals and has a different deadine etc.



Thanks for your response!

Btw, has any CIIL program applicants heard any news so far.

Based on last year's thread, NYU released their decision for this program the latest.


CIIL applicant here. And no, haven’t heard from them yet. Thanks for this last tidbit of info. I was starting to get anxious

[quote][quote][quote]Hello everyone... Any Fulbright student applying through the IIE?
[/quote]
Also a Fulbright nominee, but applied on my own and got admitted. I dont think the IIE process will lower your chances, but only delays the decision a little.


[quote]
I'm also curious.
Would late notification may imply more chance of rejection? or is it irrelevant? [/quote]

Last year people received their decisions over a three to four week period. Not beeing the first to be admitted shoud not be a problem. Additionally, it seems that they changed the system and make a wider use of the rolling admission, so the period is possibly even longer this year.

Also keep in mind that the domestic Tax LLM is different from all the other programs since it is primary aimed at nationals and has a different deadine etc.

[/quote]

Thanks for your response!

Btw, has any CIIL program applicants heard any news so far.

Based on last year's thread, NYU released their decision for this program the latest.[/quote]

CIIL applicant here. And no, haven’t heard from them yet. Thanks for this last tidbit of info. I was starting to get anxious
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I haven't heard anything re Legal Theory yet. Should I be worried?

I haven't heard anything re Legal Theory yet. Should I be worried?
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I haven't heard anything re Legal Theory yet. Should I be worried?


I saw one person had been admitted on February 8th on the application tracker. Another person I know was admitted on the 17th.

It's hard to tell if they really are deciding on a case by case basis or if they are trying to make a class at the same time. If the latter- we might have reason to worry. If the former we should probably hold out for a decision.

[quote]I haven't heard anything re Legal Theory yet. Should I be worried?[/quote]

I saw one person had been admitted on February 8th on the application tracker. Another person I know was admitted on the 17th.

It's hard to tell if they really are deciding on a case by case basis or if they are trying to make a class at the same time. If the latter- we might have reason to worry. If the former we should probably hold out for a decision.
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JJ2017



Btw, has any CIIL program applicants heard any news so far.

Based on last year's thread, NYU released their decision for this program the latest.


I applied for the CIIL program and received an email offering admission on 2 February. I applied late November. Good luck for those still waiting, hopefully you hear soon!!

[Edited by JJ2017 on Feb 20, 2018]

[quote]

Btw, has any CIIL program applicants heard any news so far.

Based on last year's thread, NYU released their decision for this program the latest.[/quote]

I applied for the CIIL program and received an email offering admission on 2 February. I applied late November. Good luck for those still waiting, hopefully you hear soon!!
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Th01

I applied for the Traditional LLM and received an email on January 30 that my application was complete and asking to confirm my address but nothing since and am starting to worry. Is it possible to not even get a rejection letter?

[Edited by Th01 on Feb 21, 2018]

I applied for the Traditional LLM and received an email on January 30 that my application was complete and asking to confirm my address but nothing since and am starting to worry. Is it possible to not even get a rejection letter?
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Btw, has any CIIL program applicants heard any news so far.

Based on last year's thread, NYU released their decision for this program the latest.


I applied for the CIIL program and received an email offering admission on 2 February. I applied late November. Good luck for those still waiting, hopefully you hear soon!!


Congrats! That's so early.
I applied on deadline date, so it probably takes longer time.

[quote][quote]

Btw, has any CIIL program applicants heard any news so far.

Based on last year's thread, NYU released their decision for this program the latest.[/quote]

I applied for the CIIL program and received an email offering admission on 2 February. I applied late November. Good luck for those still waiting, hopefully you hear soon!![/quote]

Congrats! That's so early.
I applied on deadline date, so it probably takes longer time.
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ank

I found one person admitted to IBRLA. Is there anyone else who has been admitted to IBRLA ?

I found one person admitted to IBRLA. Is there anyone else who has been admitted to IBRLA ?
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JayJ18

Hi guys, has anyone heard back from NYU on the Int'l Business Regulation, Litigation and Arbitration LLM? Also, have any financial assistance offers been made to any admitted applicants?


A colleague of mine was admitted to that program in January. He also applied for the Global Hauser Scholarship but hasn't heard back yet.


Oh excellent! Thanks for responding. Hopefully the rest of us will hear from them soon!

[quote][quote]Hi guys, has anyone heard back from NYU on the Int'l Business Regulation, Litigation and Arbitration LLM? Also, have any financial assistance offers been made to any admitted applicants?[/quote]

A colleague of mine was admitted to that program in January. He also applied for the Global Hauser Scholarship but hasn't heard back yet.[/quote]

Oh excellent! Thanks for responding. Hopefully the rest of us will hear from them soon!
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yentl_582

Has anyone heard back from NYU on the CIIL program?

Has anyone heard back from NYU on the CIIL program?
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tepp90

Oh excellent! Thanks for responding. Hopefully the rest of us will hear from them soon!


Hey, you're welcome! Yes, fingers crossed! Good luck!

[quote]Oh excellent! Thanks for responding. Hopefully the rest of us will hear from them soon![/quote]

Hey, you're welcome! Yes, fingers crossed! Good luck!
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