Ma latin american and caribbean studies and jd law in New york university
The MA in Latin American and Caribbean Studies with a JD in Law provides training in foreign cultures to prepare law students for international careers and for dealing with Latin American and Caribbean businesses and clients in the United States. Candidates for the dual degree program submit separate applications to the Graduate School of Arts and Science (GSAS) and to the Law School. The Law School and GSAS admit applicants independently, on the basis of their usual standards: no special admission standards would apply to dual degree applicants. Applications to the two schools can be made simultaneously, but students already enrolled in their first year at the Law School may also apply to the Graduate School to commence the dual degree program during their second year.
Online application, Statement of Purpose / Personal Statement, Official Transcripts and Degree Conferral, Academic Records and Proof of Degree, Test scores: GRE, GMAT, IELTS 7.0, TOEFL 90, Letters of recommendation, R sum or curriculum vitae, Financial Documentation.
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