Accommodation offers from UCL


mia

Hi,

I see that some people have had offers of accommodation from UCL already (lucky you!). I also applied for student accom but I haven't heard anything back from the accom office! Should I take this as a probable sign that I won't be receiving an offer?

Hi,

I see that some people have had offers of accommodation from UCL already (lucky you!). I also applied for student accom but I haven't heard anything back from the accom office! Should I take this as a probable sign that I won't be receiving an offer?
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Jazzman

Hi mia, i think you should contact the accommodation office. I don't think it is necessarily the case that you won't get an offer. I am attending UCL in September and along with a friend of mine who only just received an offer in the last few days. Just drop them an email and see what they say.

Hi mia, i think you should contact the accommodation office. I don't think it is necessarily the case that you won't get an offer. I am attending UCL in September and along with a friend of mine who only just received an offer in the last few days. Just drop them an email and see what they say.
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hey mia i am will arrive in London around 14th. Spetember, but haven't arranged for any accomodation yet, private or offered by the Student Residence Office. I applied the accomodation in May and was informed that the result may come out early September. I am still waiting. The Office seems extremely slow and those staff tend not to answer emails. May be i'll call the office

hey mia i am will arrive in London around 14th. Spetember, but haven't arranged for any accomodation yet, private or offered by the Student Residence Office. I applied the accomodation in May and was informed that the result may come out early September. I am still waiting. The Office seems extremely slow and those staff tend not to answer emails. May be i'll call the office
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Jazzman

Got my offer from UCL a couple of weeks ago and they included an accommodation brochure - seems they are still encouraging people to apply.

Got my offer from UCL a couple of weeks ago and they included an accommodation brochure - seems they are still encouraging people to apply.
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mia

Jazzman & Janniescarlet,

Thanks for the replies, I had emailed the accomm office before I posted my question and just got a reply from them today! I have a room in Langton Close which I'm happy with! I got the impression though that I won't get the details in the post until early Sept so it was definitely worthwhile to email.

Jazzman & Janniescarlet,

Thanks for the replies, I had emailed the accomm office before I posted my question and just got a reply from them today! I have a room in Langton Close which I'm happy with! I got the impression though that I won't get the details in the post until early Sept so it was definitely worthwhile to email.
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Jazzman

Hi mia. Well done on getting accommodation. Posted my application for accommodation today. I'm a UK student so I stand next to no chance of getting a room. But apparently I may be given a place on the waiting list.

But anyone still wondering about application for accommodation - don't lose hope - I was told by one of the staff on the phone that offers are still being sent out because they are overwhelmed.

Hope to see you all in September!! :-)

Hi mia. Well done on getting accommodation. Posted my application for accommodation today. I'm a UK student so I stand next to no chance of getting a room. But apparently I may be given a place on the waiting list.

But anyone still wondering about application for accommodation - don't lose hope - I was told by one of the staff on the phone that offers are still being sent out because they are overwhelmed.

Hope to see you all in September!! :-)
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mia

I wouldn't give up hope just yet, I'm an Irish student and I was told that I stood no chance of getting an offer either, my application was even a bit late! Good Luck with it and see you in September!

I wouldn't give up hope just yet, I'm an Irish student and I was told that I stood no chance of getting an offer either, my application was even a bit late! Good Luck with it and see you in September!
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Jazzman

Thanks for the encouragement mia. What are you intending to study at UCL by the way?

I wouldn't give up hope just yet, I'm an Irish student and I was told that I stood no chance of getting an offer either, my application was even a bit late! Good Luck with it and see you in September!

Thanks for the encouragement mia. What are you intending to study at UCL by the way?

<blockquote>I wouldn't give up hope just yet, I'm an Irish student and I was told that I stood no chance of getting an offer either, my application was even a bit late! Good Luck with it and see you in September!</blockquote>
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mia

I'm not certain about my subjects yet, on my application I had chosen Family Law, Comparative Criminal and International Criminal and Tort. However, UCL has since cancelled the two criminal subjects but I can still do them in Kings and Qmul and I am still waiting to hear back from SOAS as to whether or not Family Law will be offered. It's a bit frustrating now that two of my subjects have to be taught at UCL so I definitely can't choose the above combination. I think I might end up taking Comparative Human Rights and Tort in UCL and Comparative Criminal in Kings and Family Law in Soas. What courses are you taking?

I'm not certain about my subjects yet, on my application I had chosen Family Law, Comparative Criminal and International Criminal and Tort. However, UCL has since cancelled the two criminal subjects but I can still do them in Kings and Qmul and I am still waiting to hear back from SOAS as to whether or not Family Law will be offered. It's a bit frustrating now that two of my subjects have to be taught at UCL so I definitely can't choose the above combination. I think I might end up taking Comparative Human Rights and Tort in UCL and Comparative Criminal in Kings and Family Law in Soas. What courses are you taking?
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Jazzman

I'm in the same boat too. I know I definitely want to take Media Law: Freedom of the Press and Electronic Media Law. But I'm a bit torn over the other two. I think I'd like to do the course on the Palestinian/Isreali conflict which I think is offered at QM or Kings. But I was also looking at the Comparative Human Rights course too. My real specialism is media law but there is a good argument for combining this with Human Rights related subjects. I'm also drawn towards the Industrial IPR course. There really are too many choices - I suppose I'm lucky at least I'm certain about two of them!! :-) At least when we get there we are able to go along to the first lectures for the subjects we are interested in for the first couple of weeks!

I'm not certain about my subjects yet, on my application I had chosen Family Law, Comparative Criminal and International Criminal and Tort. However, UCL has since cancelled the two criminal subjects but I can still do them in Kings and Qmul and I am still waiting to hear back from SOAS as to whether or not Family Law will be offered. It's a bit frustrating now that two of my subjects have to be taught at UCL so I definitely can't choose the above combination. I think I might end up taking Comparative Human Rights and Tort in UCL and Comparative Criminal in Kings and Family Law in Soas. What courses are you taking?

I'm in the same boat too. I know I definitely want to take Media Law: Freedom of the Press and Electronic Media Law. But I'm a bit torn over the other two. I think I'd like to do the course on the Palestinian/Isreali conflict which I think is offered at QM or Kings. But I was also looking at the Comparative Human Rights course too. My real specialism is media law but there is a good argument for combining this with Human Rights related subjects. I'm also drawn towards the Industrial IPR course. There really are too many choices - I suppose I'm lucky at least I'm certain about two of them!! :-) At least when we get there we are able to go along to the first lectures for the subjects we are interested in for the first couple of weeks!

<blockquote>I'm not certain about my subjects yet, on my application I had chosen Family Law, Comparative Criminal and International Criminal and Tort. However, UCL has since cancelled the two criminal subjects but I can still do them in Kings and Qmul and I am still waiting to hear back from SOAS as to whether or not Family Law will be offered. It's a bit frustrating now that two of my subjects have to be taught at UCL so I definitely can't choose the above combination. I think I might end up taking Comparative Human Rights and Tort in UCL and Comparative Criminal in Kings and Family Law in Soas. What courses are you taking? </blockquote>
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