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Hey guys! have any of you heard from NYU for the NYC LLM?? it seems to me that apart from NUS&NYU and the TAX LLM, nobody has heard from NYU so far...


Hi everybody. I applied for the International Taxation LLM (I am a foreign applicant) and I haven't heard from NYU yet either...

<blockquote>Hey guys! have any of you heard from NYU for the NYC LLM?? it seems to me that apart from NUS&NYU and the TAX LLM, nobody has heard from NYU so far... </blockquote>

Hi everybody. I applied for the International Taxation LLM (I am a foreign applicant) and I haven't heard from NYU yet either...
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Sumeya

Hi! The posts that you are looking at in this discussion are from 2012! Perhaps, that is why we have not heard anything yet. I believe NYU offers will be released in March.

Hi! The posts that you are looking at in this discussion are from 2012! Perhaps, that is why we have not heard anything yet. I believe NYU offers will be released in March.
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Tetr4

Hi! The posts that you are looking at in this discussion are from 2012! Perhaps, that is why we have not heard anything yet. I believe NYU offers will be released in March.


Some domestic decisions have been issued (tax applicants).

International applicants will begin to hear from NYU as from March 8 or 9, I think.

<blockquote>Hi! The posts that you are looking at in this discussion are from 2012! Perhaps, that is why we have not heard anything yet. I believe NYU offers will be released in March.</blockquote>

Some domestic decisions have been issued (tax applicants).

International applicants will begin to hear from NYU as from March 8 or 9, I think.
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Ali22

Hi current NYU LLM students

I was wondering what your views were on Columbia v NYU?

Hi current NYU LLM students

I was wondering what your views were on Columbia v NYU?
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Schatz

Both schools are great, it really depends on what your expectations are, your preferred field of work and where you are from.

Expectations: NYU is in Greenwich Village, i.e. downtown with lots of cool restaurants, bars, jazz clubs, etc. nearby. There is no "campus" feeling at all, but you are in the middle of the most exciting city of the world with all its advantages and disadvantages. Columbia is on a very nice campus on the edge of Harlem, the neighborhood is nice, but it cannot be compared to Greenwich in terms of nightlife (lots of student bars though). However, the subway takes you really fast midtown or downtown (20-40 minutes depending on where you are heading).

Field of work: If you are into taxation, I would definitely take NYU, if you are into corporate, Columbia. NYU has a great IP/competition program with an impressive course offering, but Columbia has some of the brightest minds in IP/competition too (although the choice of classes is really not comparable to NYU in this field).

Where you are from: In some countries (including the USA), an LLM from an Ivy League school (such as Columbia) is in fact more impressive and more valuable on your CV than one from NYU. In other countries, most lawyers really do not care as long as you have been to a top 10 school.

Finally, you may be aware that there is a Columbia/NYU student exchange program that allows you to take one class (each semester) at the other school, although you can only choose among a limited list of classes. So either school you choose, you will be able to get at least a glance of the other...

Both schools are great, it really depends on what your expectations are, your preferred field of work and where you are from.

Expectations: NYU is in Greenwich Village, i.e. downtown with lots of cool restaurants, bars, jazz clubs, etc. nearby. There is no "campus" feeling at all, but you are in the middle of the most exciting city of the world with all its advantages and disadvantages. Columbia is on a very nice campus on the edge of Harlem, the neighborhood is nice, but it cannot be compared to Greenwich in terms of nightlife (lots of student bars though). However, the subway takes you really fast midtown or downtown (20-40 minutes depending on where you are heading).

Field of work: If you are into taxation, I would definitely take NYU, if you are into corporate, Columbia. NYU has a great IP/competition program with an impressive course offering, but Columbia has some of the brightest minds in IP/competition too (although the choice of classes is really not comparable to NYU in this field).

Where you are from: In some countries (including the USA), an LLM from an Ivy League school (such as Columbia) is in fact more impressive and more valuable on your CV than one from NYU. In other countries, most lawyers really do not care as long as you have been to a top 10 school.

Finally, you may be aware that there is a Columbia/NYU student exchange program that allows you to take one class (each semester) at the other school, although you can only choose among a limited list of classes. So either school you choose, you will be able to get at least a glance of the other...
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Hi guys! I received a notification of admission by e-mail on Tuesday, March 5th (Int Business Regulation, Litigation and Arbitration). No scholarship(. Nothing in the mail yet. Waiting to hear from Columbia.

Hi guys! I received a notification of admission by e-mail on Tuesday, March 5th (Int Business Regulation, Litigation and Arbitration). No scholarship(. Nothing in the mail yet. Waiting to hear from Columbia.

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zemeckis07

Guys, I created a Facebook group for those of you who have been admitted to the NYU LL.M. (Class of 2014). If you've received an admission letter and you've decided that you're going to enroll for the LL.M. program at NYU, come and join us! This will be a place for you to make connections, ask questions and get answers! Here's the link:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/540039496017502/

Guys, I created a Facebook group for those of you who have been admitted to the NYU LL.M. (Class of 2014). If you've received an admission letter and you've decided that you're going to enroll for the LL.M. program at NYU, come and join us! This will be a place for you to make connections, ask questions and get answers! Here's the link:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/540039496017502/
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Hi,

Received an e-mail notification of admission to the competition, innovation and information law on March 5, 2013....nothing about the scholarship in the mail....anyone else received an offer for this course?

Hi,

Received an e-mail notification of admission to the competition, innovation and information law on March 5, 2013....nothing about the scholarship in the mail....anyone else received an offer for this course?
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rhino12345

Hi. Anyone who is admitted, planning on taking the advanced professional certificate in law and business program? I am in a a bit of dilemma considering that the summer course begins as early as June 3!!

Hi. Anyone who is admitted, planning on taking the advanced professional certificate in law and business program? I am in a a bit of dilemma considering that the summer course begins as early as June 3!!
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