Most candidates applying to MPP/MPA programs are so focused on the application process itself, that not enough attention is given to what happens once you graduate. And that’s when real life hits.
While each school and specific program has its own application process, this post will give you an overview and highlight the most common requirements of the application.
Postgraduate public policy degrees are gaining popularity in India, particularly amongst lawyers looking to work on broader national and international issues. Schools that offer Masters’ degrees in this field have been around for a few decades though – especially in the United States.
Just remember that even during the darkest of times, there is always a way out. A way that is often found with the help of someone else.
With an estimated hundred thousand new law graduates every year, it is not surprising that international law schools are increasing their focus on India.
Amicus Partners is pleased to announce an exclusive tie up with the Indian legal news site, Bar & Bench for international law schools.
Our conversation flowed, me asking her about an Ivy League education, studying in the States, and whether she thought it was worth the sixty-odd lakhs spent.
Indian practitioners and students wishing to gain top-notch education in international commercial and investment arbitration will therefore benefit from LAIAC by being taught by the leading individuals in international dispute settlement.
It is high time that we start questioning the utility of recommendation letters. Or at least initiate an honest conversation about them.
Amicus Partners is now being advised by Ketaki Purohit, who can help you craft a successful MPP/MPA application.
As the LLM fair is concerned, I had a great time interacting with the law school representatives.
NUS Law is currently inviting applications for Post-Doctoral Fellowship positions commencing in AY2020-2021.
NUS Law is offering up to three fully funded places for its PhD programme starting August 2020.
If you are not truthful in your application process, you may not be able to show your passion in the interview stage or get caught by the Interviewer as they are highly experienced people.
One of the more interesting aspects of my job is that I get thrown into new situations every other day. Whether I have asked for it or not. Which is mostly not fun at all; not only is the illusory nature of free choice made quite clear, but to be made to stand face to … Continue reading Parens patriae or where I realise that educational choices are rarely made alone
The path does not get easier, it’s a series of exams, each increasing in time and mental capacity. I am not saying this to discourage anyone, just to prepare you for what you are about to undertake.