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Has anybody applied for the winter session of 2019 in Osgoode for L.L.M in International Business Law and is awaiting the decision ?

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Is it not (way) too early to apply for the winter session of 2019?! (I doubt anyone would have applied this early) Have you already applied? 

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I meant the Winter Session 2018/2019, which commences in January 2019 for which applications closed on 31st July 2018 for International students.

Are you planning to apply ? 

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