Temple fall 2007


rudrus

Anyone going to Temple this fall??

Anyone going to Temple this fall??
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taxman

I got admitted to Temple and Villanova (among other programs). Not sure Which program I will be attending. Are you set on Temple? What else have you heard about the program?

I got admitted to Temple and Villanova (among other programs). Not sure Which program I will be attending. Are you set on Temple? What else have you heard about the program?
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rudrus

I'm also admitted to Temple. The possibility to spend spring semester in Japan attracts in a special manner, I think that´s the difference among Temple and other programs.

I'm also admitted to Temple. The possibility to spend spring semester in Japan attracts in a special manner, I think that´s the difference among Temple and other programs.
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Hi,
Congratulations you two.I also applied to Temple but I didn't receive any message from them.Could I ask when did you two receive your reply?
Thanks.

Hi,
Congratulations you two.I also applied to Temple but I didn't receive any message from them.Could I ask when did you two receive your reply?
Thanks.
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taxman

I got my letter from temple in mid March. It was a certified letter through U.S. Mail. I hope this helps.

I got my letter from temple in mid March. It was a certified letter through U.S. Mail. I hope this helps.
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rudrus

I received my letter five weeks after I send my application in mid December. First I received an e-mail and then a certified letter through DHL.
Why did you decide to apply to Temple?? Which are your other options??

I received my letter five weeks after I send my application in mid December. First I received an e-mail and then a certified letter through DHL.
Why did you decide to apply to Temple?? Which are your other options??
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taxman

i will be deciding between temple, villanova, Southern Methodist University and American U (although AU doesnt have a tax program). I am interested in tax - not sure which uni is better for me.

i will be deciding between temple, villanova, Southern Methodist University and American U (although AU doesnt have a tax program). I am interested in tax - not sure which uni is better for me.
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rudrus

SMU is also an option to me but I think I´ll be going to temple I want to spend spring semester in Japan.

SMU is also an option to me but I think I´ll be going to temple I want to spend spring semester in Japan.
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Dallesian

I'm going, though I'm debating whether to go to Tokyo for the entire time or to Philadelphia.

I'm going, though I'm debating whether to go to Tokyo for the entire time or to Philadelphia.
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fknandrew

If I intend to study in Japan the whole time (and perhaps Rome for summer), will I need to apply the regular way, that is via the main campus application process?

If I intend to study in Japan the whole time (and perhaps Rome for summer), will I need to apply the regular way, that is via the main campus application process?
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Dallesian

Yes, you apply to the Philadelphia Campus.

Yes, you apply to the Philadelphia Campus.
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fknandrew

Thanks Dallesian. Will do that!

Thanks Dallesian. Will do that!
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Dallesian

Welcome. Good luck.

Welcome. Good luck.
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sweety123

Hi guys,

Glad to hear about Temple, I just graduated from there. Its a great School!

Hi guys,

Glad to hear about Temple, I just graduated from there. Its a great School!
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rudrus

Could you tell us more???
Which program did you take ( General, Transnational or Tax)???
Which are the best courses?? The best professors???
The possibilities to get a job???

Thank you.

Could you tell us more???
Which program did you take ( General, Transnational or Tax)???
Which are the best courses?? The best professors???
The possibilities to get a job???

Thank you.
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sweety123

Most Professors I took course with were very good. If you are interested in the course they are very helpful. Most international students take the pass/fail option so that they dont have to worry about grades and dont seem very interested in interacting with Prof. On the otherhand if you get into the grading race, which means a whole lot of hard work, then you should pick your courses carefully i;e stuff you can handle. In my opinion Indians are better with analytical subjects like tax when competing with JD students.

Job prospects are not very bright, but the story is same no matter where you do your LL.M from.

Be careful as to where you live. The area north of Temple is as good as a slum and very dangerous.

Most Professors I took course with were very good. If you are interested in the course they are very helpful. Most international students take the pass/fail option so that they dont have to worry about grades and dont seem very interested in interacting with Prof. On the otherhand if you get into the grading race, which means a whole lot of hard work, then you should pick your courses carefully i;e stuff you can handle. In my opinion Indians are better with analytical subjects like tax when competing with JD students.

Job prospects are not very bright, but the story is same no matter where you do your LL.M from.

Be careful as to where you live. The area north of Temple is as good as a slum and very dangerous.
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