Stanford LLM Fall 2017 Applications


Do any of you know if Corporate Governance acceptances/ rejections are out? Have any of you CG LLM people heard back?


To my knowledge, several people have received their phone call and email acceptance to the CG LLM program. Not sure whether anybody has received rejections yet though. I have also applied to the CG LLM program and am yet to hear back from them.


I have also heard that the first round of CG LLM decisions were released last week (phone interviews + admissions). Not sure though whether SLS has already filled all CG spots. Also aware of decisions rendered for the ELP program. Now hoping that IELBP (mine) is the next in line.

[quote][quote]Do any of you know if Corporate Governance acceptances/ rejections are out? Have any of you CG LLM people heard back?[/quote]

To my knowledge, several people have received their phone call and email acceptance to the CG LLM program. Not sure whether anybody has received rejections yet though. I have also applied to the CG LLM program and am yet to hear back from them. [/quote]

I have also heard that the first round of CG LLM decisions were released last week (phone interviews + admissions). Not sure though whether SLS has already filled all CG spots. Also aware of decisions rendered for the ELP program. Now hoping that IELBP (mine) is the next in line.
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Have all LST candidates been contacted?

Have all LST candidates been contacted?
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agol

Has anyone who's been admitted also apply to SPILS?

Has anyone who's been admitted also apply to SPILS?
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robot6

LST applicant here. Is it safe to assume that those who have not been interviewed are rejected? Seems that way based on the experiences of successful CGP and ELP applicants.

LST applicant here. Is it safe to assume that those who have not been interviewed are rejected? Seems that way based on the experiences of successful CGP and ELP applicants.
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qaz5678

LST applicant here. Is it safe to assume that those who have not been interviewed are rejected? Seems that way based on the experiences of successful CGP and ELP applicants.


I don't think so, but the interview is a good sign.

[quote]LST applicant here. Is it safe to assume that those who have not been interviewed are rejected? Seems that way based on the experiences of successful CGP and ELP applicants.[/quote]

I don't think so, but the interview is a good sign.
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ayer

Has anyone who's been admitted also apply to SPILS?

I want to know the answer of that question as well.

[quote]Has anyone who's been admitted also apply to SPILS?[/quote]
I want to know the answer of that question as well.
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Has anyone heard of any IELBP admissions so far?

Has anyone heard of any IELBP admissions so far?
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sunnydays

Do any of you know if Corporate Governance acceptances/ rejections are out? Have any of you CG LLM people heard back?


To my knowledge, several people have received their phone call and email acceptance to the CG LLM program. Not sure whether anybody has received rejections yet though. I have also applied to the CG LLM program and am yet to hear back from them.


Do you know where the admitted candidates come from? As I understand that they may generally only admit 1-2 candidates per country/region.

[quote][quote]Do any of you know if Corporate Governance acceptances/ rejections are out? Have any of you CG LLM people heard back?[/quote]

To my knowledge, several people have received their phone call and email acceptance to the CG LLM program. Not sure whether anybody has received rejections yet though. I have also applied to the CG LLM program and am yet to hear back from them. [/quote]

Do you know where the admitted candidates come from? As I understand that they may generally only admit 1-2 candidates per country/region.
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D_LLM_9018

Do any of you know if Corporate Governance acceptances/ rejections are out? Have any of you CG LLM people heard back?


To my knowledge, several people have received their phone call and email acceptance to the CG LLM program. Not sure whether anybody has received rejections yet though. I have also applied to the CG LLM program and am yet to hear back from them.


Do you know where the admitted candidates come from? As I understand that they may generally only admit 1-2 candidates per country/region.


Can't be sure. But you could see the app tracker to try and make a rough assessment. In any case, I agree. Given the small class size of each program, it would make sense for them to select 1-2 candidates per country/region, in order to maintain diversity.

[quote][quote][quote]Do any of you know if Corporate Governance acceptances/ rejections are out? Have any of you CG LLM people heard back?[/quote]

To my knowledge, several people have received their phone call and email acceptance to the CG LLM program. Not sure whether anybody has received rejections yet though. I have also applied to the CG LLM program and am yet to hear back from them. [/quote]

Do you know where the admitted candidates come from? As I understand that they may generally only admit 1-2 candidates per country/region.[/quote]

Can't be sure. But you could see the app tracker to try and make a rough assessment. In any case, I agree. Given the small class size of each program, it would make sense for them to select 1-2 candidates per country/region, in order to maintain diversity.
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TP2017

I have a general question to the applicants/newly admitted students. In terms of funding, is it correct that there is no financial aid (e.g. partial tuition fee waivers) for LL.M. students? I've read a general statement on the web-page, but I am wondering whether you may have heard something from previous years...

I have a general question to the applicants/newly admitted students. In terms of funding, is it correct that there is no financial aid (e.g. partial tuition fee waivers) for LL.M. students? I've read a general statement on the web-page, but I am wondering whether you may have heard something from previous years...
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fyodor

I have a general question to the applicants/newly admitted students. In terms of funding, is it correct that there is no financial aid (e.g. partial tuition fee waivers) for LL.M. students? I've read a general statement on the web-page, but I am wondering whether you may have heard something from previous years...


No. There's funding for conferences and other travels. Just not tuition funding for LLMs

[quote]I have a general question to the applicants/newly admitted students. In terms of funding, is it correct that there is no financial aid (e.g. partial tuition fee waivers) for LL.M. students? I've read a general statement on the web-page, but I am wondering whether you may have heard something from previous years... [/quote]

No. There's funding for conferences and other travels. Just not tuition funding for LLMs
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thecrown

If I am yet to hear back from SLS - can I mark it down as a rejection? I have deadlines for acceptance of other offers... not sure whether it's legitimate to email SLS asking for a decision before my other deadlines (anyone?)

If I am yet to hear back from SLS - can I mark it down as a rejection? I have deadlines for acceptance of other offers... not sure whether it's legitimate to email SLS asking for a decision before my other deadlines (anyone?)
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llm999

If I am yet to hear back from SLS - can I mark it down as a rejection? I have deadlines for acceptance of other offers... not sure whether it's legitimate to email SLS asking for a decision before my other deadlines (anyone?)


I e-mailed the admissions office asking whether the fact that we haven't heard anything yet indicates anything (especially in the SPILS program in my case) and I got this general response: "Because it is a rolling admissions process, we cannot guarantee when we can inform you of a decision regarding your application, however, we do make every effort to have all decisions out by April. Decisions are being made as we speak, however, there is no guarantee as to when one specific applicant may hear. We thank you again for your patience."

[quote]If I am yet to hear back from SLS - can I mark it down as a rejection? I have deadlines for acceptance of other offers... not sure whether it's legitimate to email SLS asking for a decision before my other deadlines (anyone?)[/quote]

I e-mailed the admissions office asking whether the fact that we haven't heard anything yet indicates anything (especially in the SPILS program in my case) and I got this general response: "Because it is a rolling admissions process, we cannot guarantee when we can inform you of a decision regarding your application, however, we do make every effort to have all decisions out by April. Decisions are being made as we speak, however, there is no guarantee as to when one specific applicant may hear. We thank you again for your patience."
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Yes, for the LST LLM, admissions letters will be sent out by March 21 or 22 (but not before next Friday). Good luck to all!


That's weird. In my interview they told me I should hear from them until the end of this week. If not, I should get in touch.


Did you hear anything yet? :)

[quote][quote]Yes, for the LST LLM, admissions letters will be sent out by March 21 or 22 (but not before next Friday). Good luck to all![/quote]

That's weird. In my interview they told me I should hear from them until the end of this week. If not, I should get in touch. [/quote]

Did you hear anything yet? :)
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Just got waitlisted for SPILS.
Anyone in the same situation?
Will someone accept an offer from some other university (Harvard or Yale, etc.)?

Just got waitlisted for SPILS.
Anyone in the same situation?
Will someone accept an offer from some other university (Harvard or Yale, etc.)?
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al2017

for those who have applied to two programs at Stanford, do you see both programs appear on your online application status check?

for those who have applied to two programs at Stanford, do you see both programs appear on your online application status check?
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ayer

for those who have applied to two programs at Stanford, do you see both programs appear on your online application status check?

No only one I can see

[quote]for those who have applied to two programs at Stanford, do you see both programs appear on your online application status check?[/quote]
No only one I can see
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ayer

Just got waitlisted for SPILS.
Anyone in the same situation?
Will someone accept an offer from some other university (Harvard or Yale, etc.)?

Have they released the decisions??? Have you had an interview? Could you give us more information please? Have you applied to a different program, as well?

[quote]Just got waitlisted for SPILS.
Anyone in the same situation?
Will someone accept an offer from some other university (Harvard or Yale, etc.)?
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Have they released the decisions??? Have you had an interview? Could you give us more information please? Have you applied to a different program, as well?
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robot6

Just got waitlisted for SPILS.
Anyone in the same situation?
Will someone accept an offer from some other university (Harvard or Yale, etc.)?

Have they released the decisions??? Have you had an interview? Could you give us more information please? Have you applied to a different program, as well?


+1. Did they interview you? How did they notify you that you were waitlisted?

[quote][quote]Just got waitlisted for SPILS.
Anyone in the same situation?
Will someone accept an offer from some other university (Harvard or Yale, etc.)?
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Have they released the decisions??? Have you had an interview? Could you give us more information please? Have you applied to a different program, as well?[/quote]

+1. Did they interview you? How did they notify you that you were waitlisted?
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No interviews, just an e-mail about the waitlist.
I only applied to SPILS.

Just got waitlisted for SPILS.
Anyone in the same situation?
Will someone accept an offer from some other university (Harvard or Yale, etc.)?

Have they released the decisions??? Have you had an interview? Could you give us more information please? Have you applied to a different program, as well?


+1. Did they interview you? How did they notify you that you were waitlisted?

No interviews, just an e-mail about the waitlist.
I only applied to SPILS.

[quote][quote][quote]Just got waitlisted for SPILS.
Anyone in the same situation?
Will someone accept an offer from some other university (Harvard or Yale, etc.)?
[/quote]
Have they released the decisions??? Have you had an interview? Could you give us more information please? Have you applied to a different program, as well?[/quote]

+1. Did they interview you? How did they notify you that you were waitlisted?[/quote]
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