Cambridge application 2018/2019


LLM-9418

Hi,

have you heard whether Cambridge and/or Oxford are offering places at LLM and/or MLitt programmes for those who already have LLM or PhD from another university? Any informed comments appreciated even if not answering the question directly.


I think it's possible - at least there were two comments in the current Offer Holders Facebook Group by persons who appeared to study for a LL.M. degree this year. Otherwise, just send an email to the Law Faculty?


What is the facebook group called?


"Cambridge LLM 2018/19 Offer Holders"

[quote][quote][quote]Hi,

have you heard whether Cambridge and/or Oxford are offering places at LLM and/or MLitt programmes for those who already have LLM or PhD from another university? Any informed comments appreciated even if not answering the question directly.[/quote]

I think it's possible - at least there were two comments in the current Offer Holders Facebook Group by persons who appeared to study for a LL.M. degree this year. Otherwise, just send an email to the Law Faculty?[/quote]

What is the facebook group called? [/quote]

"Cambridge LLM 2018/19 Offer Holders"
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weiluoman

likewise

Hi,
have you heard whether Cambridge and/or Oxford are offering places at LLM and/or MLitt programmes for those who already have LLM or PhD from another university? Any informed comments appreciated even if not answering the question directly.

Yes, I have an LLM and received and offer.

likewise

[quote][quote]Hi,
have you heard whether Cambridge and/or Oxford are offering places at LLM and/or MLitt programmes for those who already have LLM or PhD from another university? Any informed comments appreciated even if not answering the question directly.[/quote]
Yes, I have an LLM and received and offer.[/quote]
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Sofija

Thanks for replies

[Edited by Sofija on Jul 04, 2018]

Thanks for replies
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likewise


Yes, I have an LLM and received and offer.


Thanks. Can you please share, have you applied while still studying or after receiving LLM diploma already? If there is anyone else following (offered a place while already having an LLM), your answer would be also appreciated!


I finished my first LLM a few years ago.

[quote][quote]likewise

[quote][quote]Hi,
have you heard whether Cambridge and/or Oxford are offering places at LLM and/or MLitt programmes for those who already have LLM or PhD from another university? Any informed comments appreciated even if not answering the question directly.[/quote]
Yes, I have an LLM and received and offer.[/quote][/quote]

Thanks. Can you please share, have you applied while still studying or after receiving LLM diploma already? If there is anyone else following (offered a place while already having an LLM), your answer would be also appreciated![/quote]

I finished my first LLM a few years ago.
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Would anyone of you be kind enough to provide me with the documents checklist for Tier 4, Pilot Scheme visa application?

Thank you!!!

Would anyone of you be kind enough to provide me with the documents checklist for Tier 4, Pilot Scheme visa application?

Thank you!!!
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utterly_me

Please any idea whether an offer will be withdrawn if the English Language condition is not met by 31st July, although all other conditions have been met? Also, is there anyone here who is also yet to meet the English Language condition? Thanks a lot.

Please any idea whether an offer will be withdrawn if the English Language condition is not met by 31st July, although all other conditions have been met? Also, is there anyone here who is also yet to meet the English Language condition? Thanks a lot.
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LLM2238

Has anyone else applied for the Wright Rogers Law scholarships? If so, have you heard back yet?

Has anyone else applied for the Wright Rogers Law scholarships? If so, have you heard back yet?
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LegalLife

Would anyone of you be kind enough to provide me with the documents checklist for Tier 4, Pilot Scheme visa application?

Thank you!!!


It is the same list as other Tier 4 visas.

[quote]Would anyone of you be kind enough to provide me with the documents checklist for Tier 4, Pilot Scheme visa application?

Thank you!!![/quote]

It is the same list as other Tier 4 visas.
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Please, may we know from those whose applications were successful as to the content of their 'Statement of Interest' and 'Reasons for Applying'. We need the clarifications please especially for the sake of prospective applicants.

Thanks in anticipation of your response.

Please, may we know from those whose applications were successful as to the content of their 'Statement of Interest' and 'Reasons for Applying'. We need the clarifications please especially for the sake of prospective applicants.

Thanks in anticipation of your response.
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Please, may we know from those whose applications were successful as to the content of their 'Statement of Interest' and 'Reasons for Applying'. We need the clarifications please especially for the sake of prospective applicants.

Thanks in anticipation of your response.


Hi! Overall I would recommend you to always give specific, concrete, and coherent answers. Regarding the 'Statement of interest' section, I basically spelled out my reasons for applying to the University of Cambridge (e.g., furthering my career, reputation, Professors whose work I find relevant and why, etc.). Reasons for applying is slightly different. Here, I spoke about my reasons for applying to the program (LLM). Specifically, I told them about the courses I found interesting and why, Professors, as well as any other academic engagements.

[quote]Please, may we know from those whose applications were successful as to the content of their 'Statement of Interest' and 'Reasons for Applying'. We need the clarifications please especially for the sake of prospective applicants.

Thanks in anticipation of your response.[/quote]

Hi! Overall I would recommend you to always give specific, concrete, and coherent answers. Regarding the 'Statement of interest' section, I basically spelled out my reasons for applying to the University of Cambridge (e.g., furthering my career, reputation, Professors whose work I find relevant and why, etc.). Reasons for applying is slightly different. Here, I spoke about my reasons for applying to the program (LLM). Specifically, I told them about the courses I found interesting and why, Professors, as well as any other academic engagements.
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Hi, any news on the HSF African/Asian Bursary for the MCL?

Hi, any news on the HSF African/Asian Bursary for the MCL?
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Please, may we know from those whose applications were successful as to the content of their 'Statement of Interest' and 'Reasons for Applying'. We need the clarifications please especially for the sake of prospective applicants.

Thanks in anticipation of your response.


Hi! Overall I would recommend you to always give specific, concrete, and coherent answers. Regarding the 'Statement of interest' section, I basically spelled out my reasons for applying to the University of Cambridge (e.g., furthering my career, reputation, Professors whose work I find relevant and why, etc.). Reasons for applying is slightly different. Here, I spoke about my reasons for applying to the program (LLM). Specifically, I told them about the courses I found interesting and why, Professors, as well as any other academic engagements.


Thank you very much for your response. I'm indeed grateful. I had prepared my statement of interest to reflect my choices of the modules I intend to offer. Do you think this may fly? Or do you think I should rework it? Thanks.

[quote][quote]Please, may we know from those whose applications were successful as to the content of their 'Statement of Interest' and 'Reasons for Applying'. We need the clarifications please especially for the sake of prospective applicants.

Thanks in anticipation of your response.[/quote]

Hi! Overall I would recommend you to always give specific, concrete, and coherent answers. Regarding the 'Statement of interest' section, I basically spelled out my reasons for applying to the University of Cambridge (e.g., furthering my career, reputation, Professors whose work I find relevant and why, etc.). Reasons for applying is slightly different. Here, I spoke about my reasons for applying to the program (LLM). Specifically, I told them about the courses I found interesting and why, Professors, as well as any other academic engagements. [/quote]

Thank you very much for your response. I'm indeed grateful. I had prepared my statement of interest to reflect my choices of the modules I intend to offer. Do you think this may fly? Or do you think I should rework it? Thanks.
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Please, may we know from those whose applications were successful as to the content of their 'Statement of Interest' and 'Reasons for Applying'. We need the clarifications please especially for the sake of prospective applicants.

Thanks in anticipation of your response.


Hi! Overall I would recommend you to always give specific, concrete, and coherent answers. Regarding the 'Statement of interest' section, I basically spelled out my reasons for applying to the University of Cambridge (e.g., furthering my career, reputation, Professors whose work I find relevant and why, etc.). Reasons for applying is slightly different. Here, I spoke about my reasons for applying to the program (LLM). Specifically, I told them about the courses I found interesting and why, Professors, as well as any other academic engagements.


Thank you very much for your response. I'm indeed grateful. I had prepared my statement of interest to reflect my choices of modules. Do you think this may fly? Although I enumerated how related these are to my career goals. Or do you just think I should rework it? Thanks.

[Edited by Pelumi Adewumi on Sep 05, 2018]

[quote][quote]Please, may we know from those whose applications were successful as to the content of their 'Statement of Interest' and 'Reasons for Applying'. We need the clarifications please especially for the sake of prospective applicants.

Thanks in anticipation of your response.[/quote]

Hi! Overall I would recommend you to always give specific, concrete, and coherent answers. Regarding the 'Statement of interest' section, I basically spelled out my reasons for applying to the University of Cambridge (e.g., furthering my career, reputation, Professors whose work I find relevant and why, etc.). Reasons for applying is slightly different. Here, I spoke about my reasons for applying to the program (LLM). Specifically, I told them about the courses I found interesting and why, Professors, as well as any other academic engagements. [/quote]

Thank you very much for your response. I'm indeed grateful. I had prepared my statement of interest to reflect my choices of modules. Do you think this may fly? Although I enumerated how related these are to my career goals. Or do you just think I should rework it? Thanks.
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Please, may we know from those whose applications were successful as to the content of their 'Statement of Interest' and 'Reasons for Applying'. We need the clarifications please especially for the sake of prospective applicants.

Thanks in anticipation of your response.


Hi! Overall I would recommend you to always give specific, concrete, and coherent answers. Regarding the 'Statement of interest' section, I basically spelled out my reasons for applying to the University of Cambridge (e.g., furthering my career, reputation, Professors whose work I find relevant and why, etc.). Reasons for applying is slightly different. Here, I spoke about my reasons for applying to the program (LLM). Specifically, I told them about the courses I found interesting and why, Professors, as well as any other academic engagements.


Thank you very much for your response. I'm indeed grateful. I had prepared my statement of interest to reflect my choices of modules. Do you think this may fly? Although I enumerated how related these are to my career goals. Or do you just think I should rework it? Thanks.


Hi, I think that it is wise to bring this up as it might reflect a genuine statement of interest. It might also prove useful to tell them how each of your courses is related to each other. Do keep in mind how to use the word-limit to your benefit. Good luck!

[quote][quote][quote]Please, may we know from those whose applications were successful as to the content of their 'Statement of Interest' and 'Reasons for Applying'. We need the clarifications please especially for the sake of prospective applicants.

Thanks in anticipation of your response.[/quote]

Hi! Overall I would recommend you to always give specific, concrete, and coherent answers. Regarding the 'Statement of interest' section, I basically spelled out my reasons for applying to the University of Cambridge (e.g., furthering my career, reputation, Professors whose work I find relevant and why, etc.). Reasons for applying is slightly different. Here, I spoke about my reasons for applying to the program (LLM). Specifically, I told them about the courses I found interesting and why, Professors, as well as any other academic engagements. [/quote]

Thank you very much for your response. I'm indeed grateful. I had prepared my statement of interest to reflect my choices of modules. Do you think this may fly? Although I enumerated how related these are to my career goals. Or do you just think I should rework it? Thanks.[/quote]

Hi, I think that it is wise to bring this up as it might reflect a genuine statement of interest. It might also prove useful to tell them how each of your courses is related to each other. Do keep in mind how to use the word-limit to your benefit. Good luck!
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hey im from pakistan and iam doing my LLB hons from here.im willing to study there in england for the purpose of being settled there..i have consulted a couple of people but im still not sure which degre ii should go first to get a goood job there. should it be LLM, GDL, LPC or any other.and some people recommended me the university of law for this purpose, your guidance is needed.thankyou.

hey im from pakistan and iam doing my LLB hons from here.im willing to study there in england for the purpose of being settled there..i have consulted a couple of people but im still not sure which degre ii should go first to get a goood job there. should it be LLM, GDL, LPC or any other.and some people recommended me the university of law for this purpose, your guidance is needed.thankyou.
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Hi! Overall I would recommend you to always give specific, concrete, and coherent answers. Regarding the 'Statement of interest' section, I basically spelled out my reasons for applying to the University of Cambridge (e.g., furthering my career, reputation, Professors whose work I find relevant and why, etc.). Reasons for applying is slightly different. Here, I spoke about my reasons for applying to the program (LLM). Specifically, I told them about the courses I found interesting and why, Professors, as well as any other academic engagements.


Thank
you very much for your response. I'm indeed grateful. I had prepared my statement of interest to reflect my choices of modules. Do you think this may fly? Although I enumerated how related these are to my career goals. Or do you just think I should rework it? Thanks.


Hi, I think that it is wise to bring this up as it might reflect a genuine statement of interest. It might also prove useful to tell them how each of your courses is related to each other. Do keep in mind how to use the word-limit to your benefit. Good luck!



Thank you very much llm, you've been very helpful. I'll keep in mind.

[quote][quote][quote][quote]Please, may we know from those whose applications were successful as to the content of their 'Statement of Interest' and 'Reasons for Applying'. We need the clarifications please especially for the sake of prospective applicants.

Thanks in anticipation of your response.[/quote]

Hi! Overall I would recommend you to always give specific, concrete, and coherent answers. Regarding the 'Statement of interest' section, I basically spelled out my reasons for applying to the University of Cambridge (e.g., furthering my career, reputation, Professors whose work I find relevant and why, etc.). Reasons for applying is slightly different. Here, I spoke about my reasons for applying to the program (LLM). Specifically, I told them about the courses I found interesting and why, Professors, as well as any other academic engagements. [/quote]

Thank
you very much for your response. I'm indeed grateful. I had prepared my statement of interest to reflect my choices of modules. Do you think this may fly? Although I enumerated how related these are to my career goals. Or do you just think I should rework it? Thanks.[/quote]

Hi, I think that it is wise to bring this up as it might reflect a genuine statement of interest. It might also prove useful to tell them how each of your courses is related to each other. Do keep in mind how to use the word-limit to your benefit. Good luck![/quote]


Thank you very much llm, you've been very helpful. I'll keep in mind.

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