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Did anyone get an offer from Dickson Poon School of Law as a non-law graduate? I'm 37-year-old, with a BA in language studies and MA in Legal translation, IELTS 8(Hong Kong Chinese), could anyone give me opinions on my chances of getting accepted?
Did anyone get an offer from Dickson Poon School of Law as a non-law graduate? I'm 37-year-old, with a BA in language studies and MA in Legal translation, IELTS 8(Hong Kong Chinese), could anyone give me opinions on my chances of getting accepted?
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Did anyone get an offer from Dickson Poon School of Law as a non-law graduate? I'm 37-year-old, with a BA in language studies and MA in Legal translation, IELTS 8(Hong Kong Chinese), could anyone give me opinions on my chances of getting accepted?


The IELTS is largely irrelevant when it comes to making you a competitive candidate. It's just to make sure you can actually speak the language.

Your age is also irrelevant to admission.

The most important factor is your past academic history - what grades/class rank/honours?

In any case, they are significantly less stringent with requirements when it comes to the Distance LLM.
[quote]Did anyone get an offer from Dickson Poon School of Law as a non-law graduate? I'm 37-year-old, with a BA in language studies and MA in Legal translation, IELTS 8(Hong Kong Chinese), could anyone give me opinions on my chances of getting accepted?[/quote]

The IELTS is largely irrelevant when it comes to making you a competitive candidate. It's just to make sure you can actually speak the language.

Your age is also irrelevant to admission.

The most important factor is your past academic history - what grades/class rank/honours?

In any case, they are significantly less stringent with requirements when it comes to the Distance LLM.
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