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elido_CH
Cool! Thanks. I am not quite sure - there are a number of criteria that are important to me, and in the end it will probably be a decision based on gut feeling.
I am currently in the middle of writing a PhD and so the academic focus is something I would not mind. But the financial side scares me a little bit
Apart from that, I think that I am also leaning towards Yale. I like the fact that it is smaller than most other places, and from what I've heard it's really a fantastic atmosphere for an LLM! :-) Fingers crossed for your other applications then!
Cool! Thanks. I am not quite sure - there are a number of criteria that are important to me, and in the end it will probably be a decision based on gut feeling.
I am currently in the middle of writing a PhD and so the academic focus is something I would not mind. But the financial side scares me a little bit…
Apart from that, I think that I am also leaning towards Yale. I like the fact that it is smaller than most other places, and from what I've heard it's really a fantastic atmosphere for an LLM! :-) Fingers crossed for your other applications then!
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llm2014br
I was told Yale is very generous financial aid wise (this is also important to me). Lets keep fingers crossed. Harvard will most likely submit decisions late next week or earle next next week...
Cool! Thanks. I am not quite sure - there are a number of criteria that are important to me, and in the end it will probably be a decision based on gut feeling.
I am currently in the middle of writing a PhD and so the academic focus is something I would not mind. But the financial side scares me a little bit
Apart from that, I think that I am also leaning towards Yale. I like the fact that it is smaller than most other places, and from what I've heard it's really a fantastic atmosphere for an LLM! :-) Fingers crossed for your other applications then!
I was told Yale is very generous financial aid wise (this is also important to me). Lets keep fingers crossed. Harvard will most likely submit decisions late next week or earle next next week...
<blockquote>Cool! Thanks. I am not quite sure - there are a number of criteria that are important to me, and in the end it will probably be a decision based on gut feeling.
I am currently in the middle of writing a PhD and so the academic focus is something I would not mind. But the financial side scares me a little bit…
Apart from that, I think that I am also leaning towards Yale. I like the fact that it is smaller than most other places, and from what I've heard it's really a fantastic atmosphere for an LLM! :-) Fingers crossed for your other applications then! </blockquote>
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lizzie83
I imagine that Yale released decisions last week, no? If we didn't receive a phone call, we should expect a rejection letter....
I imagine that Yale released decisions last week, no? If we didn't receive a phone call, we should expect a rejection letter....
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Elite
I haven't heard anything from Yale, nor have I seen any update in the Application Tracker. Have all the decisions been sent out? What about the rejections?
I haven't heard anything from Yale, nor have I seen any update in the Application Tracker. Have all the decisions been sent out? What about the rejections?
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123asd
I'm sorry for telling you this but if you haven't received a call on March 5 or 6th or been contacted by your Fulbright office in the first two weeks of March your were not admitted, it just takes a while for the mail to deliver the rejection letter. There are cases when people get in on their second try.
I'm sorry for telling you this but if you haven't received a call on March 5 or 6th or been contacted by your Fulbright office in the first two weeks of March your were not admitted, it just takes a while for the mail to deliver the rejection letter. There are cases when people get in on their second try.
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Florapa
I'm sorry for telling you this but if you haven't received a call on March 5 or 6th or been contacted by your Fulbright office in the first two weeks of March your were not admitted, it just takes a while for the mail to deliver the rejection letter. There are cases when people get in on their second try.


Yes, I got the call in march too !
<blockquote>I'm sorry for telling you this but if you haven't received a call on March 5 or 6th or been contacted by your Fulbright office in the first two weeks of March your were not admitted, it just takes a while for the mail to deliver the rejection letter. There are cases when people get in on their second try.</blockquote>

Yes, I got the call in march too !
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Hello guys,

Anyone interested in sharing their experiences about the application. I am interested in applying, and is looking to talk with someone with experience. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Hello guys,

Anyone interested in sharing their experiences about the application. I am interested in applying, and is looking to talk with someone with experience. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
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