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  1. thank you!! They did tell me I'm on the waiting list for the scholarship... maybe someone will change their mind last minute
  2. I will not attend.. I will apply again next year and will also apply to other options. I kinda did it last minute this time..
  3. I had no second choice.. only Hertie..
  4. i did not get the scholarship either.. got 50% tuition waiver.. I will not accept it either!
  5. Same here... waiting for the update on the scholarship.. I hope they inform us today as well!
  6. It's 15h30 in Berlin already.. I'm starting to think we won't hear from them today either..
  7. Nothing for me.. I have been checking my e-mail every 10 mins..
  8. Let's hope if not today.. at least Monday!
  9. Congratulations everyone!! It also shows accepted for me! However I applied through Helmut Schmidt and I believe that even if you don't get the scholarship, they accept you and offer you a partial scholarship. That wouldn't be enough for me.. so I'm keeping my fingers crossed..
  10. I also applied to the Helmut Schmidt program. I received an e-mail a few days ago from Hertie where they say the first round of decisions will be communicated in late November/early December. Although, I ONLY applied to Hertie.. do you know if this may affect my possibilities? I was not really interested in any other university so I just applied to Hertie.. although they require applications to 2 universities..
  11. Does anyone know if the Atlantis Dual Degree offers full tuition and stipend for accepted applicants? I am not sure, since one of the years would be spent living in Germany! Also, how competitive these scholarships are? I have an LLB in Law from a country in South America, and an LLM in International Law from American University. I have many years of experience (4) working for a UN agency in my country and internationally.. I also did an internship at an international tribunal in The Hague. I speak english, spanish, portuguese, some french, greek and arabic and I will s
  12. Hey beefmaster, we should start a thread on why NOT getting into the field :). Are you getting a new degree as well?
  13. Thank you went_away for your reply. Well, the reason of my interest in pursuing another degree is that I would like to change my career path in the mid-term. I love my job but the sacrifice of not staying in a place for too long and being sent to non-family duty stations for many years is too much for me. I honestly believe this job is not for everyone and I know it's not what I want to do for the rest of my life. I can talk about this for a long time and give many examples and reasons. But, the point is that I would like to think ahead.. I don't have any prior studies in international a
  14. Hello everyone, I would like to hear your opinions on which school would better suit my interests and background. I think I have a pretty good profile. I am an international lawyer, with 3 years of work experience with UNHCR, currently accepted a position to work in the Mediterranean crisis in Greece. I have an LLB (Bachelor of Laws) from my country, and an LLM at a relatively known and respected US school in the international law field. I also did an internship at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague. I speak spanish, portuguese, a bit of french and
  15. Hello everyone, I would like to hear your opinions on which school would better suit my interests and background. I think I have a pretty good profile. I am an international lawyer, with 3 years of work experience with UNHCR, currently accepted a position to work in the Mediterranean crisis in Greece. I have an LLB (Bachelor of Laws) from my country, and an LLM at a relatively known and respected US school in the international law field. I also did an internship at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague. I speak spanish, portuguese, a bit of french and
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