Cambridge Application 2021-2022


Wootwoot

My status also changed to 'Awaiting approval by PAO'. Indian applicant here. 
Do you guys know when they tell us about funding? 

My status also changed to 'Awaiting approval by PAO'. Indian applicant here.&nbsp;<br><div>Do you guys know when they tell us about funding?&nbsp;</div><div>
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Gobbledygo...

My status also changed to 'Awaiting approval by PAO'. Indian applicant here. 
Do you guys know when they tell us about funding? 




They'll make an internal ranking for the central funds (those that you are automatically considered for by ticking the box for funding when you applied) and go from the top of that list and downwards until people are confirmed enrolling, from around mid-late March until end-July (save for Gates Cambridge, which has already notified all finalists). It is also possible to receive funding after that if someone higher ranked suddenly cancels. The college funds that you individually apply to will state on their own funding pages when you should receive feedback, usually between April and July, and often not before May. Some colleges you will also in practice know if you're already out of the funding race, e.g. most of Trinity Hall's scholarships only consider you if accepted to Trinity Hall by 17 March.  Others you might also get some early indications of because their selection process might include a shortlisting with an interview round.

[Edited by Gobbledygook on Mar 02, 2021]

[quote]My status also changed to 'Awaiting approval by PAO'. Indian applicant here.&nbsp;<br><div>Do you guys know when they tell us about funding?&nbsp;</div><div><br><br>
</div> [/quote]<br><br>They'll make an internal ranking for the central funds (those that you are automatically considered for by ticking the box for funding when you applied) and go from the top of that list and downwards until people are confirmed enrolling, from around mid-late March until end-July (save for Gates Cambridge, which has already notified all finalists). It is also possible to receive funding after that if someone higher ranked suddenly cancels. The college funds that you individually apply to will state on their own funding pages when you should receive feedback, usually between April and July, and often not before May. Some colleges you will also in practice know if you're already out of the funding race, e.g. most of Trinity Hall's scholarships only consider you if accepted to Trinity Hall by 17 March.&nbsp; Others you might also get some early indications of because their selection process might include a shortlisting with an interview round.
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Wootwoot

My status also changed to 'Awaiting approval by PAO'. Indian applicant here. 
Do you guys know when they tell us about funding? 



They'll make an internal ranking for the central funds (those that you are automatically considered for by ticking the box for funding when you applied) and go from the top of that list and downwards until people are confirmed enrolling, from around mid-late March until end-July (save for Gates Cambridge, which has already notified all finalists). It is also possible to receive funding after that if someone higher ranked suddenly cancels. The college funds that you individually apply to will state on their own funding pages when you should receive feedback, usually between April and July, and often not before May. Some colleges you will also in practice know if you're already out of the funding race, e.g. most of Trinity's scholarships only consider you if accepted to Trinity by 17 March.  Others you might also get some early indications of because their selection process might include a shortlisting with an interview round.


Thanks a lot!

[quote][quote]My status also changed to 'Awaiting approval by PAO'. Indian applicant here.&nbsp;<br><div>Do you guys know when they tell us about funding?&nbsp;</div><div><br>
</div> [/quote]<br><br>They'll make an internal ranking for the central funds (those that you are automatically considered for by ticking the box for funding when you applied) and go from the top of that list and downwards until people are confirmed enrolling, from around mid-late March until end-July (save for Gates Cambridge, which has already notified all finalists). It is also possible to receive funding after that if someone higher ranked suddenly cancels. The college funds that you individually apply to will state on their own funding pages when you should receive feedback, usually between April and July, and often not before May. Some colleges you will also in practice know if you're already out of the funding race, e.g. most of Trinity's scholarships only consider you if accepted to Trinity by 17 March.&nbsp; Others you might also get some early indications of because their selection process might include a shortlisting with an interview round. [/quote]<br><br>Thanks a lot!<br><br>
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hi guys I have just learned that oxford accepts PTE(Pearson English Test).  Do you think Cambridge will accept it as well?
Toefl 110 or ielts writing 7 is quite difficult for me. 

hi guys I have just learned that oxford accepts PTE(Pearson English Test).&nbsp; Do you think Cambridge will accept it&nbsp;as well?<br>Toefl 110 or ielts writing 7 is quite difficult for me.&nbsp;<br>
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bc92.scl

I assume that now the relevant question for the next few days will be: did you receive a conditional offer? when you were moved to PAO/GAO?  

Keep us posted guys. 


I assume that now the relevant question for the next few days will be: did you receive a conditional offer? when you were moved to PAO/GAO?&nbsp;&nbsp;<br><br>Keep us posted guys.&nbsp;<br><br><br>
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Naz Khan

Is anybody still under review or has been rejected in recent days?

Seems like an unusually high number of students are awaiting approval as opposed to previous years and I haven't seen many rejections on the forum this year.

This could just be me^ not sure.

Also no offers? Strange

Is anybody still under review or has been rejected in recent days?<br><br>Seems like an unusually high number of students are awaiting approval as opposed to previous years and I haven't seen many rejections on the forum this year.<br><br>This could just be me^ not sure.<br><br>Also no offers? Strange
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Naz Khan

To add, at this stage both the department (including 2 academics) and the LL.M. degree committee approved our applications.

So not to worry, but still just curious 




Is anybody still under review or has been rejected in recent days?

Seems like an unusually high number of students are awaiting approval as opposed to previous years and I haven't seen many rejections on the forum this year.

This could just be me^ not sure.

Also no offers? Strange

To add, at this stage both the department (including 2 academics) and the LL.M. degree committee approved our applications.<br><br>So not to worry, but still just curious&nbsp;<br><br><br><br><br>[quote]Is anybody still under review or has been rejected in recent days?<br><br>Seems like an unusually high number of students are awaiting approval as opposed to previous years and I haven't seen many rejections on the forum this year.<br><br>This could just be me^ not sure.<br><br>Also no offers? Strange [/quote]
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LLM2021/22

I personally thought there were quite a bit of rejections back in mid/late Feb, many of which were sent to very strong candidates. I also don’t feel like there are more PAO than previous years, they just seem to be given out together rather than in batches like last year (a lot of people were still receiving offers from the 4-6th of March).

Ofc I could be wrong because I didn't bother to count, but not everyone uses this forum so it’s difficult to conclusively say whatever happens on this forum is reflective of the reality. 

This process has been painful enough, I truly hope the PAO is still just an admin procedure and we all receive our offers soon. 

I personally thought there were quite a bit of rejections back in mid/late Feb, many of which were sent to very strong candidates.&nbsp;I also don’t feel like there are more PAO than previous years, they just seem to be given out together rather than in batches like last year (a lot of people were still receiving offers from the 4-6th of March).<br><br>Ofc I could be wrong because I didn't bother to count, but not everyone uses this forum so it’s difficult to conclusively say whatever happens on this forum is reflective of the reality.&nbsp;<br><br>This process has been painful enough, I truly hope the PAO is still just an admin procedure and we all receive our offers soon.&nbsp;<br>
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DHngojv

I suppose the PAO coordinates recommendations from other departments too so I don’t think they’ll reassess applications academically. Anw, I feel like the best thing to do is just wait and not overanalyse anything. At least moving to PAO gave a brief break from my anxiety so I’m definitely grateful.
edit: I assume many have seen this, but if anyone’s interested, past admission statistics are here: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/admissions_statistics_for_cambri

[Edited by DHngojv on Mar 02, 2021]

I suppose the PAO coordinates recommendations from other departments too so I don’t think they’ll reassess applications academically.&nbsp;Anw, I feel like the best thing to do is just wait and not overanalyse anything. At least moving to PAO gave a brief break from my anxiety so I’m definitely grateful.<br>edit: I assume many have seen this, but if anyone’s interested, past admission statistics are here: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/admissions_statistics_for_cambri<br><br>
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socratesco...

Hello to everyone. I have just been made an offer! 
My status changed to GAO (and after PAO) around February 13th-14th.

Hello to everyone. I have just been made an offer!&nbsp;<br>My status changed to GAO (and after PAO) around February 13th-14th.<br><br>
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StressMax

Hello to everyone. I have just been made an offer! 
My status changed to GAO (and after PAO) around February 13th-14th.



Congratulations!

Could you please share a bit about your profile?

Thanks!

[quote]Hello to everyone. I have just been made an offer!&nbsp;<br>My status changed to GAO (and after PAO) around February 13th-14th.<br><br>[/quote]<br><br>Congratulations!<br><br>Could you please share a bit about your profile?<br><br>Thanks!
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socratesco...

Hello to everyone. I have just been made an offer! 
My status changed to GAO (and after PAO) around February 13th-14th.



Congratulations!

Could you please share a bit about your profile?

Thanks!


Yes, sure. I am from a mediterranean country, and my last name starts with "C". I was top of the class (best overall grades since the department of law was founded) and I was awarded scholarships. During my undergraduate studies, I took part in Jessup with really good results, and also worked part-time as a journalist in the biggest media group of my country. I sat my country's Bar Association Examination, received distinction and I was admitted to the Bar. I, now, practice law in areas adjacent to international commercial litigation and arbitration and I am also a research fellow (in Business Law) at the university where I did my undergraduate studies. I have published a handful of articles and co-written two law books. 

[Edited by socratesconium on Mar 02, 2021]

[quote][quote]Hello to everyone. I have just been made an offer!&nbsp;<br>My status changed to GAO (and after PAO) around February 13th-14th.<br><br>[/quote]<br><br>Congratulations!<br><br>Could you please share a bit about your profile?<br><br>Thanks! [/quote]<br><br>Yes, sure. I am from a mediterranean country, and my last name starts with "C". I was top of the class (best overall grades since the department of law was founded) and I was awarded scholarships. During my undergraduate studies, I took part in Jessup with really good results, and also worked part-time as a journalist in the biggest media group of my country. I sat my country's Bar Association Examination, received distinction and I was admitted to the Bar. I, now, practice law in areas adjacent to international commercial litigation and arbitration and I am also a research fellow (in Business Law) at the university where I did my undergraduate studies. I have published a handful of articles and co-written two law books.&nbsp;
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Naz Khan

Hello, congratulations on your offer.

May I ask if there were any conditions attached to your offer. Was it conditional/unconditional? Reading your comment above you have already completed your undergraduate course.



Hello to everyone. I have just been made an offer! 
My status changed to GAO (and after PAO) around February 13th-14th.



Congratulations!

Could you please share a bit about your profile?

Thanks!


Yes, sure. I am from a mediterranean country, and my last name starts with "C". I was top of the class (best overall grades since the department of law was founded) and I was awarded scholarships. During my undergraduate studies, I took part in Jessup with really good results, and also worked part-time as a journalist in the biggest media group of my country. I sat my country's Bar Association Examination, received distinction and I was admitted to the Bar. I, now, practice law in areas adjacent to international commercial litigation and arbitration and I am also a research fellow (in Business Law) at the university where I did my undergraduate studies. I have published a handful of articles and co-written two law books. 

Hello, congratulations on your offer.<br><br>May I ask if there were any conditions attached to your offer. Was it conditional/unconditional? Reading your comment above you have already completed your undergraduate course.<br><br><br><br>[quote][quote][quote]Hello to everyone. I have just been made an offer!&nbsp;<br>My status changed to GAO (and after PAO) around February 13th-14th.<br><br>[/quote]<br><br>Congratulations!<br><br>Could you please share a bit about your profile?<br><br>Thanks! [/quote]<br><br>Yes, sure. I am from a mediterranean country, and my last name starts with "C". I was top of the class (best overall grades since the department of law was founded) and I was awarded scholarships. During my undergraduate studies, I took part in Jessup with really good results, and also worked part-time as a journalist in the biggest media group of my country. I sat my country's Bar Association Examination, received distinction and I was admitted to the Bar. I, now, practice law in areas adjacent to international commercial litigation and arbitration and I am also a research fellow (in Business Law) at the university where I did my undergraduate studies. I have published a handful of articles and co-written two law books.&nbsp; [/quote]
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socratesco...

Hello, congratulations on your offer.

May I ask if there were any conditions attached to your offer. Was it conditional/unconditional? Reading your comment above you have already completed your undergraduate course.





Congratulations!

Could you please share a bit about your profile?

Thanks!


Yes, sure. I am from a mediterranean country, and my last name starts with "C". I was top of the class (best overall grades since the department of law was founded) and I was awarded scholarships. During my undergraduate studies, I took part in Jessup with really good results, and also worked part-time as a journalist in the biggest media group of my country. I sat my country's Bar Association Examination, received distinction and I was admitted to the Bar. I, now, practice law in areas adjacent to international commercial litigation and arbitration and I am also a research fellow (in Business Law) at the university where I did my undergraduate studies. I have published a handful of articles and co-written two law books. 


I don't know yet. I haven't received my login details for the Self-Service account. It says in the status that they will be sent to me within 48hrs. I assume, given that I already meet the language requirements, that the conditions are about providing certain documents, a financial declaration etc. 

My status reads: "Conditional offer made - Please go to your Self-Service account for further information on the status of this offer. You will receive your account login details and official offer email within 48 hours."

[quote]Hello, congratulations on your offer.<br><br>May I ask if there were any conditions attached to your offer. Was it conditional/unconditional? Reading your comment above you have already completed your undergraduate course.<br><br><br><br>[quote][quote][quote]Hello to everyone. I have just been made an offer!&nbsp;<br>My status changed to GAO (and after PAO) around February 13th-14th.<br><br>[/quote]<br><br>Congratulations!<br><br>Could you please share a bit about your profile?<br><br>Thanks! [/quote]<br><br>Yes, sure. I am from a mediterranean country, and my last name starts with "C". I was top of the class (best overall grades since the department of law was founded) and I was awarded scholarships. During my undergraduate studies, I took part in Jessup with really good results, and also worked part-time as a journalist in the biggest media group of my country. I sat my country's Bar Association Examination, received distinction and I was admitted to the Bar. I, now, practice law in areas adjacent to international commercial litigation and arbitration and I am also a research fellow (in Business Law) at the university where I did my undergraduate studies. I have published a handful of articles and co-written two law books.&nbsp; [/quote] [/quote]<br><br>I don't know yet. I haven't received my login details for the Self-Service account. It says in the status that they will be sent to me within 48hrs. I assume, given that I already meet the language requirements, that the conditions are about providing certain documents, a financial declaration etc.&nbsp;<br><br>My status reads: "Conditional offer made - Please go to your Self-Service account for further information on the status of this offer. You will receive your account login details and official offer email within 48 hours."
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Gobbledygo...

Hello, congratulations on your offer.

May I ask if there were any conditions attached to your offer. Was it conditional/unconditional? Reading your comment above you have already completed your undergraduate course.





Congratulations!

Could you please share a bit about your profile?

Thanks!


Yes, sure. I am from a mediterranean country, and my last name starts with "C". I was top of the class (best overall grades since the department of law was founded) and I was awarded scholarships. During my undergraduate studies, I took part in Jessup with really good results, and also worked part-time as a journalist in the biggest media group of my country. I sat my country's Bar Association Examination, received distinction and I was admitted to the Bar. I, now, practice law in areas adjacent to international commercial litigation and arbitration and I am also a research fellow (in Business Law) at the university where I did my undergraduate studies. I have published a handful of articles and co-written two law books. 


Cambridge will always give conditional offers since there will always be at least the conditions of "acceptance", "financial declaration", "college allocation", "passport upload", "visa declaration" and "photo upload". In addition to those rather small things, the potential other items which my offer already had listed as completed was the language req and the degree req. 

[Edited by Gobbledygook on Mar 02, 2021]

[quote]Hello, congratulations on your offer.<br><br>May I ask if there were any conditions attached to your offer. Was it conditional/unconditional? Reading your comment above you have already completed your undergraduate course.<br><br><br><br>[quote][quote][quote]Hello to everyone. I have just been made an offer!&nbsp;<br>My status changed to GAO (and after PAO) around February 13th-14th.<br><br>[/quote]<br><br>Congratulations!<br><br>Could you please share a bit about your profile?<br><br>Thanks! [/quote]<br><br>Yes, sure. I am from a mediterranean country, and my last name starts with "C". I was top of the class (best overall grades since the department of law was founded) and I was awarded scholarships. During my undergraduate studies, I took part in Jessup with really good results, and also worked part-time as a journalist in the biggest media group of my country. I sat my country's Bar Association Examination, received distinction and I was admitted to the Bar. I, now, practice law in areas adjacent to international commercial litigation and arbitration and I am also a research fellow (in Business Law) at the university where I did my undergraduate studies. I have published a handful of articles and co-written two law books.&nbsp; [/quote] [/quote]<br><br>Cambridge will always give conditional offers since there will always be at least the conditions of "acceptance", "financial declaration", "college allocation", "passport upload", "visa declaration" and "photo upload". In addition to those rather small things, the potential other items which my offer already had listed as completed was the language req and the degree req.&nbsp;
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Harry7

I am wondering what kind of academic condition will Cambridge typically attach to final-year undergraduates. For other LLM programs, it seems that "graduating with a first" will suffice. However, I have seen some older threads suggesting that Cambridge LLM will require a specific grade for the final year/term alone?

I am wondering what kind of academic condition will Cambridge typically attach to final-year undergraduates. For other LLM programs, it seems that "graduating with a first" will suffice. However, I have seen some older threads suggesting that Cambridge LLM will require a specific grade for the final year/term alone?
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francineth...

I am wondering what kind of academic condition will Cambridge typically attach to final-year undergraduates. For other LLM programs, it seems that "graduating with a first" will suffice. However, I have seen some older threads suggesting that Cambridge LLM will require a specific grade for the final year/term alone?


If it helps, my conditions last year were the following:

1) Academic: Graduate from my Bachelor's Degree with a final grade of at least 8/10 or Good, Goed; 

2) Language: Take the IELTS and achieve a minimum overall score of 7.5, with at least 7.0 in each element; 

3) Other: I had a non-academic condition regarding one of my references; 

4) Prev. Visa: Upload a scanned copy of all previous UK visas used for study and any current UK visa in any immigration category; 

5) Passport: Upload a scanned copy of my current passport; 

6) Accept: Accept or decline their offer of admission via the link "accept/decline offer" found on my Self-Service page; 

7) Finance: Complete, sign and upload a Financial Undertaking Form; 

8) College: Wait for one of the Cambridge Colleges to offer membership. 

Also to the lot, I think that's why it takes quite a bit of time once we get to the PAO stage -  because every person's offer entails different conditions, and the PAO is to tailor it as such :)

[Edited by francinethebean on Mar 03, 2021]

[quote]I am wondering what kind of academic condition will Cambridge typically attach to final-year undergraduates. For other LLM programs, it seems that "graduating with a first" will suffice. However, I have seen some older threads suggesting that Cambridge LLM will require a specific grade for the final year/term alone? [/quote]<br><br>If it helps, my conditions last year were the following:<br><br>1) Academic: Graduate from my Bachelor's Degree with a final grade of at least 8/10 or Good, Goed;&nbsp;<br><br>2) Language: Take the IELTS and achieve a minimum overall score of 7.5, with at least 7.0 in each element;&nbsp;<br><br>3) Other: I had a non-academic condition regarding one of my references;&nbsp;<br><br>4) Prev. Visa: Upload a scanned copy of all previous UK visas used for study and any current UK visa in any immigration category;&nbsp;<br><br>5) Passport: Upload a scanned copy of my current passport;&nbsp;<br><br>6) Accept: Accept or decline their offer of admission via the link "accept/decline offer" found on my Self-Service page;&nbsp;<br><br>7) Finance: Complete, sign and upload a Financial Undertaking Form;&nbsp;<br><br>8) College: Wait for one of the Cambridge Colleges to offer membership.&nbsp;<br><br>Also to the lot, I think that's why it takes quite a bit of time once we get to the PAO stage -&nbsp; because every person's offer entails different conditions, and the PAO is to tailor it as such :)
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Harry7


Thanks a lot! Just want to clarify, does the "final grade" in your conditions refer to the final grade for the entire duration of the LLB degree, or the final grade for your last year at uni?


I am wondering what kind of academic condition will Cambridge typically attach to final-year undergraduates. For other LLM programs, it seems that "graduating with a first" will suffice. However, I have seen some older threads suggesting that Cambridge LLM will require a specific grade for the final year/term alone?


If it helps, my conditions last year were the following:

1) Academic: Graduate from my Bachelor's Degree with a final grade of at least 8/10 or Good, Goed; 

2) Language: Take the IELTS and achieve a minimum overall score of 7.5, with at least 7.0 in each element; 

3) Other: I had a non-academic condition regarding one of my references; 

4) Prev. Visa: Upload a scanned copy of all previous UK visas used for study and any current UK visa in any immigration category; 

5) Passport: Upload a scanned copy of my current passport; 

6) Accept: Accept or decline their offer of admission via the link "accept/decline offer" found on my Self-Service page; 

7) Finance: Complete, sign and upload a Financial Undertaking Form; 

8) College: Wait for one of the Cambridge Colleges to offer membership. 

Also to the lot, I think that's why it takes quite a bit of time once we get to the PAO stage -  because every person's offer entails different conditions, and the PAO is to tailor it as such :)

<br>Thanks a lot! Just want to clarify, does the "final grade" in your conditions refer to the final grade for the entire duration of the LLB degree, or the final grade for your last year at uni?<br><br><br>[quote][quote]I am wondering what kind of academic condition will Cambridge typically attach to final-year undergraduates. For other LLM programs, it seems that "graduating with a first" will suffice. However, I have seen some older threads suggesting that Cambridge LLM will require a specific grade for the final year/term alone? [/quote]<br><br>If it helps, my conditions last year were the following:<br><br>1) Academic: Graduate from my Bachelor's Degree with a final grade of at least 8/10 or Good, Goed;&nbsp;<br><br>2) Language: Take the IELTS and achieve a minimum overall score of 7.5, with at least 7.0 in each element;&nbsp;<br><br>3) Other: I had a non-academic condition regarding one of my references;&nbsp;<br><br>4) Prev. Visa: Upload a scanned copy of all previous UK visas used for study and any current UK visa in any immigration category;&nbsp;<br><br>5) Passport: Upload a scanned copy of my current passport;&nbsp;<br><br>6) Accept: Accept or decline their offer of admission via the link "accept/decline offer" found on my Self-Service page;&nbsp;<br><br>7) Finance: Complete, sign and upload a Financial Undertaking Form;&nbsp;<br><br>8) College: Wait for one of the Cambridge Colleges to offer membership.&nbsp;<br><br>Also to the lot, I think that's why it takes quite a bit of time once we get to the PAO stage -&nbsp; because every person's offer entails different conditions, and the PAO is to tailor it as such :) [/quote]
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francineth...


Thanks a lot! Just want to clarify, does the "final grade" in your conditions refer to the final grade for the entire duration of the LLB degree, or the final grade for your last year at uni?


I am wondering what kind of academic condition will Cambridge typically attach to final-year undergraduates. For other LLM programs, it seems that "graduating with a first" will suffice. However, I have seen some older threads suggesting that Cambridge LLM will require a specific grade for the final year/term alone?


If it helps, my conditions last year were the following:

1) Academic: Graduate from my Bachelor's Degree with a final grade of at least 8/10 or Good, Goed; 

2) Language: Take the IELTS and achieve a minimum overall score of 7.5, with at least 7.0 in each element; 

3) Other: I had a non-academic condition regarding one of my references; 

4) Prev. Visa: Upload a scanned copy of all previous UK visas used for study and any current UK visa in any immigration category; 

5) Passport: Upload a scanned copy of my current passport; 

6) Accept: Accept or decline their offer of admission via the link "accept/decline offer" found on my Self-Service page; 

7) Finance: Complete, sign and upload a Financial Undertaking Form; 

8) College: Wait for one of the Cambridge Colleges to offer membership. 

Also to the lot, I think that's why it takes quite a bit of time once we get to the PAO stage -  because every person's offer entails different conditions, and the PAO is to tailor it as such :)


No worries! It refers to the final grade for the entire duration of my LLB degree :)

[quote]<br>Thanks a lot! Just want to clarify, does the "final grade" in your conditions refer to the final grade for the entire duration of the LLB degree, or the final grade for your last year at uni?<br><br><br>[quote][quote]I am wondering what kind of academic condition will Cambridge typically attach to final-year undergraduates. For other LLM programs, it seems that "graduating with a first" will suffice. However, I have seen some older threads suggesting that Cambridge LLM will require a specific grade for the final year/term alone? [/quote]<br><br>If it helps, my conditions last year were the following:<br><br>1) Academic: Graduate from my Bachelor's Degree with a final grade of at least 8/10 or Good, Goed;&nbsp;<br><br>2) Language: Take the IELTS and achieve a minimum overall score of 7.5, with at least 7.0 in each element;&nbsp;<br><br>3) Other: I had a non-academic condition regarding one of my references;&nbsp;<br><br>4) Prev. Visa: Upload a scanned copy of all previous UK visas used for study and any current UK visa in any immigration category;&nbsp;<br><br>5) Passport: Upload a scanned copy of my current passport;&nbsp;<br><br>6) Accept: Accept or decline their offer of admission via the link "accept/decline offer" found on my Self-Service page;&nbsp;<br><br>7) Finance: Complete, sign and upload a Financial Undertaking Form;&nbsp;<br><br>8) College: Wait for one of the Cambridge Colleges to offer membership.&nbsp;<br><br>Also to the lot, I think that's why it takes quite a bit of time once we get to the PAO stage -&nbsp; because every person's offer entails different conditions, and the PAO is to tailor it as such :) [/quote] [/quote]<br><br>No worries! It refers to the final grade for the entire duration of my LLB degree :)
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Thanks very much! Regarding the third requirement as below from your post:

3) Other: I had a non-academic condition regarding one of my references; 

Could you tell me what exactly was the non-academic condition regarding one of the references?

Thanks very much!


<div>Thanks very much! Regarding the third requirement as below from your post:<br><br></div><div>3) Other: I had a non-academic condition regarding one of my references;&nbsp;</div><br><br><div>Could you tell me what exactly was the non-academic condition regarding one of the references?</div><br><br>Thanks very much!<br><br><div>
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