Transfer in NYU program


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I've been accepted to NYU, but for Trade regulation LLM. Can I ask in email for a transfer to Tax LLM or is it a complete different story ??? Will they accept it ?
I've been accepted to NYU, but for Trade regulation LLM. Can I ask in email for a transfer to Tax LLM or is it a complete different story ??? Will they accept it ?
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Yes, one of my friends transferfed from general LLM to corporation LLM successfully two years ago.

I've been accepted to NYU, but for Trade regulation LLM. Can I ask in email for a transfer to Tax LLM or is it a complete different story ??? Will they accept it ?
Yes, one of my friends transferfed from general LLM to corporation LLM successfully two years ago.

<blockquote>I've been accepted to NYU, but for Trade regulation LLM. Can I ask in email for a transfer to Tax LLM or is it a complete different story ??? Will they accept it ?</blockquote>
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Interesting, thanks... I'm also interested about this subject...

He transferred before acceptance ? Did he ask it in e-mail?

Also, I'm wondering which program is better... I mean, TAX LLM's have a great chance of securing a job after school right ? Is there a market for Trade regulation foreign LLM's?
Interesting, thanks... I'm also interested about this subject...

He transferred before acceptance ? Did he ask it in e-mail?

Also, I'm wondering which program is better... I mean, TAX LLM's have a great chance of securing a job after school right ? Is there a market for Trade regulation foreign LLM's?
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1.after acceptance. 2. through email 3 I can't answer the question that which program is better, coz it depends on everyone's interest and background.

Interesting, thanks... I'm also interested about this subject...

He transferred before acceptance ? Did he ask it in e-mail?

Also, I'm wondering which program is better... I mean, TAX LLM's have a great chance of securing a job after school right ? Is there a market for Trade regulation foreign LLM's?
1.after acceptance. 2. through email 3 I can't answer the question that which program is better, coz it depends on everyone's interest and background.

<blockquote>Interesting, thanks... I'm also interested about this subject...

He transferred before acceptance ? Did he ask it in e-mail?

Also, I'm wondering which program is better... I mean, TAX LLM's have a great chance of securing a job after school right ? Is there a market for Trade regulation foreign LLM's?</blockquote>
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