On February 13th, the Jean Monnet university welcomed students from different high schools and curious parents willing to discover the courses our university offers. From 10a.m to 7p.m, with the support of two former students and, from 10a.m to 1p.m, with Pr. Véronique Magnier, director of the course, more than thirty students from the “Grande Ecole du Droit”, from every promotion, were happy to answer every single question the potential upcoming students had, and reminded them of the opportunities this excellent diploma provides.
“Breath, relax, you have nothing to be nervous about”. Those are the first words the member of the admissions committee at Boston University (BU) told me when I called him for my interview. Indeed, as part of the LL.M application process, universities may require it as the final step before giving you their decision. The interview is supposed to last from 20 to 30 minutes and is described as a chance for the admission committee to learn about our interests and plans for study but is also an opportunity for us to ask all our questions.