Subsequent Graduate Studies


TwelfthMon...

I was wondering if any of you have made the experience or can share general knowledge regarding the usefulness/relevance of an LLM degree when pursuing subsequent Graduate Studies in other fields/schoools.

Suppose I've obtained a Columbia LLM degree and want to go ahead and apply for its International Relations or Political Science program - will I find myself in a considerably better position than any random College graduate? Could it even replace some application requirements such as Writing Samples or taking the GRE?

I'm thinking that while in theory it won't be a relevant aspect, in practice it might be a big advantage, especially when switching from Law to grad school of the same University. Any thoughts on the subject? Anybody who could shed some light on the general Grad School application procedures?

thanks in advance

I was wondering if any of you have made the experience or can share general knowledge regarding the usefulness/relevance of an LLM degree when pursuing subsequent Graduate Studies in other fields/schoools.

Suppose I've obtained a Columbia LLM degree and want to go ahead and apply for its International Relations or Political Science program - will I find myself in a considerably better position than any random College graduate? Could it even replace some application requirements such as Writing Samples or taking the GRE?

I'm thinking that while in theory it won't be a relevant aspect, in practice it might be a big advantage, especially when switching from Law to grad school of the same University. Any thoughts on the subject? Anybody who could shed some light on the general Grad School application procedures?

thanks in advance
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