Any one received LSE offer?


fedeviola

I have a conditional offer, need to improve the Ielts.

Just a question for you guyz: would you choose LSE over KCL and UCL ? I received offers from all of them

Interested in PIL

I have a conditional offer, need to improve the Ielts.

Just a question for you guyz: would you choose LSE over KCL and UCL ? I received offers from all of them

Interested in PIL
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lorrego

Hi. I've already received the unconditional offer to join the LLM programme. When did you send your documents to LSE?

Hi. I've already received the unconditional offer to join the LLM programme. When did you send your documents to LSE?
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Hi there! I have also received an offer from both LSE and UCL and I am under the same dilemma!
I think that both universities are of equal quality (it is true that UCL is older than LSE and perhaps slightly more "traditional" in LLM than LSE)
But LSE is more wildely known, has better rankings and a stronger "brand name", and, what is more, it has better "connections" to the world of politics.
I think that I will choose LSE, so let me know if you are also going :P

Hi there! I have also received an offer from both LSE and UCL and I am under the same dilemma!
I think that both universities are of equal quality (it is true that UCL is older than LSE and perhaps slightly more "traditional" in LLM than LSE)
But LSE is more wildely known, has better rankings and a stronger "brand name", and, what is more, it has better "connections" to the world of politics.
I think that I will choose LSE, so let me know if you are also going :P
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fedeviola

I think the same as you, although UCL in some rankings is better ranked and many people say that is better for law ( same for KCL )....but I am confident in LSE

Where are u from and what specialization will u choose?

I think the same as you, although UCL in some rankings is better ranked and many people say that is better for law ( same for KCL )....but I am confident in LSE

Where are u from and what specialization will u choose?
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I think that UCL has an overall better ranking, but when it comes to "social science" it goes below LSE. But rankings are just indicative and they change all the time so we should not depend a lot on them :P
I am from Greece (Athens), and I am thinking to go for Public International Law or International Business Law. What about you?

I think that UCL has an overall better ranking, but when it comes to "social science" it goes below LSE. But rankings are just indicative and they change all the time so we should not depend a lot on them :P
I am from Greece (Athens), and I am thinking to go for Public International Law or International Business Law. What about you?
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fedeviola

Italian, I ll go for PIL or European Law, still have to decide

Italian, I ll go for PIL or European Law, still have to decide
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Good luck on that!
I think that both are interesting so it really depends on the courses that look more appealing to you! and on what you wanna do afterwards.

keep in touch :)
bb

Good luck on that!
I think that both are interesting so it really depends on the courses that look more appealing to you! and on what you wanna do afterwards.

keep in touch :)
bb
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fedeviola

hopefully see u in London in October, bye!!!

anyone else going to LSE/UCL/KCL

What would you suggest?

hopefully see u in London in October, bye!!!

anyone else going to LSE/UCL/KCL

What would you suggest?
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cng1238

Public and Human Rights Laws here for LSE. From Hong Kong.

It is probably the time to set up a facebook page, if there is none, for us to 'meet' each other...

Public and Human Rights Laws here for LSE. From Hong Kong.

It is probably the time to set up a facebook page, if there is none, for us to 'meet' each other...
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totally agree.
i was actually thinking the same thing a few hours ago :P
we can name it "prosective LL.M. students 2012-2013 LSE"
or something like that

totally agree.
i was actually thinking the same thing a few hours ago :P
we can name it "prosective LL.M. students 2012-2013 LSE"
or something like that
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GDAm7C

i'm still waiting for the conditions of my cambridge offer, with LSE being my second choice.
any clue on when the courses of 2012/13 will be announced?

i'm still waiting for the conditions of my cambridge offer, with LSE being my second choice.
any clue on when the courses of 2012/13 will be announced?
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no idea, i ve been also looking for the courses to be announced. hope it will be soon!
wish you luck in whatever you decide!
and here is the page :P
https://www.facebook.com/Lse.Prospective.LLM.Students
let me know if it works

no idea, i ve been also looking for the courses to be announced. hope it will be soon!
wish you luck in whatever you decide!
and here is the page :P
https://www.facebook.com/Lse.Prospective.LLM.Students
let me know if it works
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Hi guys! I am from Greece and I have been accepted both to LSE and UCL too. Although I am interested in Banking and Finance law, I think that I would prefer UCL, mainly because the last 2 years I hear all the time that LSE lacks of quality!I am not very sure though!

Hi guys! I am from Greece and I have been accepted both to LSE and UCL too. Although I am interested in Banking and Finance law, I think that I would prefer UCL, mainly because the last 2 years I hear all the time that LSE lacks of quality!I am not very sure though!
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fedeviola

lack of quality in what? it sounds strange to me...

I am sure that UCL is on the same level of LSE although maybe they might have different pros and cons ...there is a huge dispute on which one is better and I think it is hard to reach a straight decision. For instance I know that UCL is very strong in PIL whereas LSE is very good in Corporate...everyone has its own advantages and I think it all depends on what you are going to study...even rankings are hard to understand because it seems that UCL is better ranked as a University on the whole but LSE is ranked 2nd for law in UK for 2012

lack of quality in what? it sounds strange to me...

I am sure that UCL is on the same level of LSE although maybe they might have different pros and cons ...there is a huge dispute on which one is better and I think it is hard to reach a straight decision. For instance I know that UCL is very strong in PIL whereas LSE is very good in Corporate...everyone has its own advantages and I think it all depends on what you are going to study...even rankings are hard to understand because it seems that UCL is better ranked as a University on the whole but LSE is ranked 2nd for law in UK for 2012
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Hi everyone,

I'm from Italy and hold an unconditional offer at LSE. I am planning to study Banking and Financial regulation or Corporate and Securities law. Is anyone else going to select those programmes?

Hi everyone,

I'm from Italy and hold an unconditional offer at LSE. I am planning to study Banking and Financial regulation or Corporate and Securities law. Is anyone else going to select those programmes?
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fedeviola

I have thought about corporate/commercial specialization but I think I ll go for European Law...however have time to decide, from Italy too

I have thought about corporate/commercial specialization but I think I ll go for European Law...however have time to decide, from Italy too
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lorrego

Hi,

I'm planning to undertake corporate and securities. I was also thinking in banking and finance, but I think I would choose the first option.

When are you planning to go to London? Have you been there before?

Hi,

I'm planning to undertake corporate and securities. I was also thinking in banking and finance, but I think I would choose the first option.

When are you planning to go to London? Have you been there before?
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Hi lorrego,
I am planning to go to London by the first 2 weeks of September in order to find a private flat to share, since I do not intend to apply for a place in the LSE residences.
I have lived in london for a couple of months, but this happened during high school...

Hi lorrego,
I am planning to go to London by the first 2 weeks of September in order to find a private flat to share, since I do not intend to apply for a place in the LSE residences.
I have lived in london for a couple of months, but this happened during high school...
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fedeviola

same thing, hopefully will go there within september, though I think I ll go by the end of september ( still have some friends there , hope I will be a host before finding a room ).
I will flatshare because they told me that campus rooms suck and already lived in London so I know that flatsharing is better for me, hope to c u all there guys

same thing, hopefully will go there within september, though I think I ll go by the end of september ( still have some friends there , hope I will be a host before finding a room ).
I will flatshare because they told me that campus rooms suck and already lived in London so I know that flatsharing is better for me, hope to c u all there guys
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Some questions:

1. Should I search a room to rent through an agency or internet announces are ok? in this case,which are the most reliable websites?

2. Any advice for which neighborhood to choose?
(I mean, what are most popular neighborhoods for private accomodation for lse students?)
Thanks a lot

Some questions:

1. Should I search a room to rent through an agency or internet announces are ok? in this case,which are the most reliable websites?

2. Any advice for which neighborhood to choose?
(I mean, what are most popular neighborhoods for private accomodation for lse students?)
Thanks a lot
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