2013-2014 Cambridge applicants?


aspire989

The closing date for the first stage of the application process (submission of the GRADSAF application form) is 15 November 2012, and the deadline for the second stage of the application process (submission of the required supporting documents) is 1 December 2012.

This is what the LLM admissions website says under FAQs.

The closing date for the first stage of the application process (submission of the GRADSAF application form) is 15 November 2012, and the deadline for the second stage of the application process (submission of the required supporting documents) is 1 December 2012.

This is what the LLM admissions website says under FAQs.
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The closing date for the first stage of the application process (submission of the GRADSAF application form) is 15 November 2012, and the deadline for the second stage of the application process (submission of the required supporting documents) is 1 December 2012.

This is what the LLM admissions website says under FAQs.


Thank you for correcting me.....you are right.....

Regards

<blockquote>The closing date for the first stage of the application process (submission of the GRADSAF application form) is 15 November 2012, and the deadline for the second stage of the application process (submission of the required supporting documents) is 1 December 2012.

This is what the LLM admissions website says under FAQs.</blockquote>

Thank you for correcting me.....you are right.....

Regards
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aspire989

Actually I am panicking because I assumed those were the dates and spend time perfecting my application. So, I haven't handed mine in as yet. Now I am wishing I did since everyone seems in a hurry to do so before the 15th of November. Anyways, thinking of submitting it tomorrow at the very least.

Actually I am panicking because I assumed those were the dates and spend time perfecting my application. So, I haven't handed mine in as yet. Now I am wishing I did since everyone seems in a hurry to do so before the 15th of November. Anyways, thinking of submitting it tomorrow at the very least.
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Lawyer123

Thank you for your replies.

Has anyone managed to access the 'help' information, if so, would they be kind enough to inform me of the advice provided for the three questions? As it will not open on my computer.

Thank you for your replies.

Has anyone managed to access the 'help' information, if so, would they be kind enough to inform me of the advice provided for the three questions? As it will not open on my computer.

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A(12) Summary details of research proposal or reason for applying for this course (Max 16 lines)
Title and statement of your research degree proposal, or reason for wanting to undertake the course.
This field is for a brief description of your proposed research. Some courses require a more detailed research proposal, and if this is the case we will let you know after you submit your online application.

A(14) Additional Information in support of your application (Max 7 lines, each with max 130 characters)
You may write here your non-academic activities or any special circumstances not evident from other answers in this application that you wish to draw to the attention of the assessors of your application. The Department to which you are applying may require a CV to be submitted with your application, check the online Qualifications Directory for further information. If you are seeking funding from the Cambridge Trusts, you will be asked to give more details of your achievements in a separate section.
You may write here your non-academic activities or any special circumstances not evident from other answers on this form that you wish to draw to the attention of the assessors of your application.

Please note: YOU SHOULD NOT enclose a CV or extra page, unless asked to do so elsewhere. If you are seeking funding from the Cambridge Trusts, you will be asked to provide further details of your achievements in a separate section.

Please include any non-academic activities that you have undertaken that you feel may be beneficial to your application.

A(15) Career goals and future aspirations (Maximum 10 lines)
Please give an outline of your future career plans and intentions and explain how your proposed studies in Cambridge will help to achieve these aims.
Please provide a brief summary of any long term career goals and aspirations that you may have. This will provide us with a wider picture of your objectives and also indicate where you see your research taking you in the future.

A(12) Summary details of research proposal or reason for applying for this course (Max 16 lines)
Title and statement of your research degree proposal, or reason for wanting to undertake the course.
This field is for a brief description of your proposed research. Some courses require a more detailed research proposal, and if this is the case we will let you know after you submit your online application.

A(14) Additional Information in support of your application (Max 7 lines, each with max 130 characters)
You may write here your non-academic activities or any special circumstances not evident from other answers in this application that you wish to draw to the attention of the assessors of your application. The Department to which you are applying may require a CV to be submitted with your application, check the online Qualifications Directory for further information. If you are seeking funding from the Cambridge Trusts, you will be asked to give more details of your achievements in a separate section.
You may write here your non-academic activities or any special circumstances not evident from other answers on this form that you wish to draw to the attention of the assessors of your application.

Please note: YOU SHOULD NOT enclose a CV or extra page, unless asked to do so elsewhere. If you are seeking funding from the Cambridge Trusts, you will be asked to provide further details of your achievements in a separate section.

Please include any non-academic activities that you have undertaken that you feel may be beneficial to your application.

A(15) Career goals and future aspirations (Maximum 10 lines)
Please give an outline of your future career plans and intentions and explain how your proposed studies in Cambridge will help to achieve these aims.
Please provide a brief summary of any long term career goals and aspirations that you may have. This will provide us with a wider picture of your objectives and also indicate where you see your research taking you in the future.
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Lawyer123

A(12) Summary details of research proposal or reason for applying for this course (Max 16 lines)
Title and statement of your research degree proposal, or reason for wanting to undertake the course.
This field is for a brief description of your proposed research. Some courses require a more detailed research proposal, and if this is the case we will let you know after you submit your online application.

A(14) Additional Information in support of your application (Max 7 lines, each with max 130 characters)
You may write here your non-academic activities or any special circumstances not evident from other answers in this application that you wish to draw to the attention of the assessors of your application. The Department to which you are applying may require a CV to be submitted with your application, check the online Qualifications Directory for further information. If you are seeking funding from the Cambridge Trusts, you will be asked to give more details of your achievements in a separate section.
You may write here your non-academic activities or any special circumstances not evident from other answers on this form that you wish to draw to the attention of the assessors of your application.

Please note: YOU SHOULD NOT enclose a CV or extra page, unless asked to do so elsewhere. If you are seeking funding from the Cambridge Trusts, you will be asked to provide further details of your achievements in a separate section.

Please include any non-academic activities that you have undertaken that you feel may be beneficial to your application.

A(15) Career goals and future aspirations (Maximum 10 lines)
Please give an outline of your future career plans and intentions and explain how your proposed studies in Cambridge will help to achieve these aims.
Please provide a brief summary of any long term career goals and aspirations that you may have. This will provide us with a wider picture of your objectives and also indicate where you see your research taking you in the future.


Thank you so much; I am extremely grateful.

<blockquote>A(12) Summary details of research proposal or reason for applying for this course (Max 16 lines)
Title and statement of your research degree proposal, or reason for wanting to undertake the course.
This field is for a brief description of your proposed research. Some courses require a more detailed research proposal, and if this is the case we will let you know after you submit your online application.

A(14) Additional Information in support of your application (Max 7 lines, each with max 130 characters)
You may write here your non-academic activities or any special circumstances not evident from other answers in this application that you wish to draw to the attention of the assessors of your application. The Department to which you are applying may require a CV to be submitted with your application, check the online Qualifications Directory for further information. If you are seeking funding from the Cambridge Trusts, you will be asked to give more details of your achievements in a separate section.
You may write here your non-academic activities or any special circumstances not evident from other answers on this form that you wish to draw to the attention of the assessors of your application.

Please note: YOU SHOULD NOT enclose a CV or extra page, unless asked to do so elsewhere. If you are seeking funding from the Cambridge Trusts, you will be asked to provide further details of your achievements in a separate section.

Please include any non-academic activities that you have undertaken that you feel may be beneficial to your application.

A(15) Career goals and future aspirations (Maximum 10 lines)
Please give an outline of your future career plans and intentions and explain how your proposed studies in Cambridge will help to achieve these aims.
Please provide a brief summary of any long term career goals and aspirations that you may have. This will provide us with a wider picture of your objectives and also indicate where you see your research taking you in the future.
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Thank you so much; I am extremely grateful.
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Azuz

Hi guys,

I have a dilemma about when to submit an application in order to fullfill the requirement to provide all the supporting documents within 14 days following submitting the application. The thing is I have all documents ready except of my IELTS test results- those I will obtain on 30th November. So shall I wait to submit the application until the 15th November as to provide all the supporting documentation within those 14 days? or can I submit it now, and then just submit the results of IELTS test on the November 30, even after 14 days of submitting the application?

thank you very much for your response!

Hi guys,

I have a dilemma about when to submit an application in order to fullfill the requirement to provide all the supporting documents within 14 days following submitting the application. The thing is I have all documents ready except of my IELTS test results- those I will obtain on 30th November. So shall I wait to submit the application until the 15th November as to provide all the supporting documentation within those 14 days? or can I submit it now, and then just submit the results of IELTS test on the November 30, even after 14 days of submitting the application?

thank you very much for your response!
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Hello everyone,

I am about to submit my application but have a question which perhaps someone could help me on - If I fail to get into Cambridge this year, would my application attempt be taken into account when I reapply next year?

Hope someone can give me some pointers on this.

Thanks!

Hello everyone,

I am about to submit my application but have a question which perhaps someone could help me on - If I fail to get into Cambridge this year, would my application attempt be taken into account when I reapply next year?

Hope someone can give me some pointers on this.

Thanks!
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aspire989

Hi guys,

I have a dilemma about when to submit an application in order to fullfill the requirement to provide all the supporting documents within 14 days following submitting the application. The thing is I have all documents ready except of my IELTS test results- those I will obtain on 30th November. So shall I wait to submit the application until the 15th November as to provide all the supporting documentation within those 14 days? or can I submit it now, and then just submit the results of IELTS test on the November 30, even after 14 days of submitting the application?

thank you very much for your response!


Hi!
I would advise you to submit your application on the 15 th of November. I just e-mailed Suzanne Wade, the LLM admissions point of contact, and she stressed on the 14 day time limit criterion.So it would be more tactical to submit your application on the 15th of November, given as your IELTS results are being declared on the 30th. Thus, you can adhere to the 1st of December deadline and the 14-day limit condition.

<blockquote>Hi guys,

I have a dilemma about when to submit an application in order to fullfill the requirement to provide all the supporting documents within 14 days following submitting the application. The thing is I have all documents ready except of my IELTS test results- those I will obtain on 30th November. So shall I wait to submit the application until the 15th November as to provide all the supporting documentation within those 14 days? or can I submit it now, and then just submit the results of IELTS test on the November 30, even after 14 days of submitting the application?

thank you very much for your response!</blockquote>

Hi!
I would advise you to submit your application on the 15 th of November. I just e-mailed Suzanne Wade, the LLM admissions point of contact, and she stressed on the 14 day time limit criterion.So it would be more tactical to submit your application on the 15th of November, given as your IELTS results are being declared on the 30th. Thus, you can adhere to the 1st of December deadline and the 14-day limit condition.
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VALENCIA

¿Hay españoles (o personas que han hecho la licenciatura en Derecho en una universidad española) que han hecho una solicitud a la Universidad de Cambridge?

¿Hay españoles (o personas que han hecho la licenciatura en Derecho en una universidad española) que han hecho una solicitud a la Universidad de Cambridge?
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Azuz

Hi guys,

I have a dilemma about when to submit an application in order to fullfill the requirement to provide all the supporting documents within 14 days following submitting the application. The thing is I have all documents ready except of my IELTS test results- those I will obtain on 30th November. So shall I wait to submit the application until the 15th November as to provide all the supporting documentation within those 14 days? or can I submit it now, and then just submit the results of IELTS test on the November 30, even after 14 days of submitting the application?

thank you very much for your response!


Hi!
I would advise you to submit your application on the 15 th of November. I just e-mailed Suzanne Wade, the LLM admissions point of contact, and she stressed on the 14 day time limit criterion.So it would be more tactical to submit your application on the 15th of November, given as your IELTS results are being declared on the 30th. Thus, you can adhere to the 1st of December deadline and the 14-day limit condition.


Thank you for the advise.

<blockquote><blockquote>Hi guys,

I have a dilemma about when to submit an application in order to fullfill the requirement to provide all the supporting documents within 14 days following submitting the application. The thing is I have all documents ready except of my IELTS test results- those I will obtain on 30th November. So shall I wait to submit the application until the 15th November as to provide all the supporting documentation within those 14 days? or can I submit it now, and then just submit the results of IELTS test on the November 30, even after 14 days of submitting the application?

thank you very much for your response!</blockquote>

Hi!
I would advise you to submit your application on the 15 th of November. I just e-mailed Suzanne Wade, the LLM admissions point of contact, and she stressed on the 14 day time limit criterion.So it would be more tactical to submit your application on the 15th of November, given as your IELTS results are being declared on the 30th. Thus, you can adhere to the 1st of December deadline and the 14-day limit condition.
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Thank you for the advise.
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expert

FYI:

Advice is the noun, advise the verb.



Thank you for the advise.

FYI:

“Advice” is the noun, “advise” the verb.

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Thank you for the advise. </blockquote>
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aspire989

Phew!! Application in. It was mentioned that a confirmation e-mail with a receipt would be send across within an hour. Its been two hours now and still no sign of it! Wondering whether anyone else has had this issue? Checked my account and the payment has been processed.

Phew!! Application in. It was mentioned that a confirmation e-mail with a receipt would be send across within an hour. Its been two hours now and still no sign of it! Wondering whether anyone else has had this issue? Checked my account and the payment has been processed.
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aspire989

All sorted and have got self-service account details, as well. That was quick!

All sorted and have got self-service account details, as well. That was quick!
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All sorted and have got self-service account details, as well. That was quick!


I guess it needed to be done manually i.e. by the person who works there Mon-Fri 9-5.

Good luck with your application!

<blockquote>All sorted and have got self-service account details, as well. That was quick!</blockquote>

I guess it needed to be done manually i.e. by the person who works there Mon-Fri 9-5.

Good luck with your application!
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aspire989

All sorted and have got self-service account details, as well. That was quick!


I guess it needed to be done manually i.e. by the person who works there Mon-Fri 9-5.

Good luck with your application!


Thank you! Wish you luck with yours as well!

<blockquote><blockquote>All sorted and have got self-service account details, as well. That was quick!</blockquote>

I guess it needed to be done manually i.e. by the person who works there Mon-Fri 9-5.

Good luck with your application!</blockquote>

Thank you! Wish you luck with yours as well!
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Applied yesterday and sent the documents today. Let's see.

Where are you guys from? I'm from Brazil.

Applied yesterday and sent the documents today. Let's see.

Where are you guys from? I'm from Brazil.

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Pitpif

Any status updates?

Any status updates?
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I'm still 'awaiting consideration by department' :/
I feel it may be a while before it changes.

I'm still 'awaiting consideration by department' :/
I feel it may be a while before it changes.
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Alexkos

Hi everyone!

I'm from Ukraine and applied in mid November. Hope that decisions would be made as soon as possible, but they say that it's hopeless to wait for respond before February-April..(

Hi everyone!

I'm from Ukraine and applied in mid November. Hope that decisions would be made as soon as possible, but they say that it's hopeless to wait for respond before February-April..(

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