Cambridge LL.M. Applicants 2022-2023


NorM



Yes I believe so as there seems to have been some success with that in previous years. But the difficulty may be to get a hold of them considering the automated messages above.


I believe you can send the PAO a message through the web form on their website! They aren’t taking phone calls though. 


Thanks NorM and cambridge2022hopeful! I guess it's worth a shot at trying to find a way to get a hold of them.


Np, let us know how it goes :)

[quote][quote][quote][quote]Does anyone know whether it is possible to ask Cambridge to expedite their decision if you have an offer from another institution with an impending response deadline?&nbsp;<br>Still "under review" over here...<br><br> [/quote]<br><br>Yes I believe so as there seems to have been some success with that in previous years. But the difficulty may be to get a hold of them considering the automated messages above. [/quote]<br><br>I believe you can send the PAO a message through the web form on their website! They aren’t taking phone calls though.&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Thanks NorM and cambridge2022hopeful! I guess it's worth a shot at trying to find a way to get a hold of them.<div>
</div> [/quote]<br><br>Np, let us know how it goes :)
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hi all - portal updated earlier today. been unsuccessful. rather disheartening to be rejected after so long in the fray. good luck to everyone still hoping!

does anyone know if there's a shot at getting some feedback on the application? i recall seeing a post on this thread about finding out the admissions committees' notes, but i can't locate it now :/

hi all - portal updated earlier today. been unsuccessful. rather disheartening to be rejected after so long in the fray. good luck to everyone still hoping!<br><br>does anyone know if there's a shot at getting some feedback on the application? i recall seeing a post on this thread about finding out the admissions committees' notes, but i can't locate it now :/
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Troye25

hi all - portal updated earlier today. been unsuccessful. rather disheartening to be rejected after so long in the fray. good luck to everyone still hoping!

does anyone know if there's a shot at getting some feedback on the application? i recall seeing a post on this thread about finding out the admissions committees' notes, but i can't locate it now :/


So sorry to hear about that. Hope you the best for your future!

Idk what is Cambridge actually doing this year, releasing small amounts of rejections day by day while no news on people moving to PAO. It´s already March 15 (yeah 15 days after they supposedly reached all decisions) and we are just aware of 5 people in the PAO stage who, after two weeks, haven´t even reported receiving a formal offer by now, and a bunch of people still waiting "under review". What a total mess Cambridge, I feel so frustrated and disappointed for this hideous and excruciating process. 

[Edited by Troye25 on Mar 15, 2022]

[quote]hi all - portal updated earlier today. been unsuccessful. rather disheartening to be rejected after so long in the fray. good luck to everyone still hoping!<br><br>does anyone know if there's a shot at getting some feedback on the application? i recall seeing a post on this thread about finding out the admissions committees' notes, but i can't locate it now :/ [/quote]<br><br>So sorry to hear about that. Hope you the best for your future!<br><br>Idk what is Cambridge actually doing this year, releasing small amounts of rejections day by day while no news on people moving to PAO. It´s already March 15 (yeah 15 days after they supposedly reached all decisions) and we are just aware of 5 people in the PAO stage who, after two weeks, haven´t even reported receiving a formal offer by now, and a bunch of people still waiting "under review". What a total mess Cambridge, I feel so frustrated and disappointed for this hideous and excruciating process.&nbsp;
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Kl. K.

if somebody succeeds to reach Cambridge please let us know. i hope that by the end of the week we will be informed

if somebody succeeds to reach Cambridge please let us know. i hope that by the end of the week we will be informed
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Gobbledygo...

hi all - portal updated earlier today. been unsuccessful. rather disheartening to be rejected after so long in the fray. good luck to everyone still hoping!

does anyone know if there's a shot at getting some feedback on the application? i recall seeing a post on this thread about finding out the admissions committees' notes, but i can't locate it now :/


Sorry to hear this. Re the feedback, you’re probably referring to one of my earlier posts, which should be possible to find on the profile. The gist of it is that the unis would have some form of information access team to reach out to regarding your personal data (i.e.cyour application). The internal assessment forms tend to contain some - albeit often limited - info on how the assessors considered your application. I wouldn’t expect anything extraordinarily enlightening in those papers though, as they probably won’t state much more than something along the lines of “undergrad grade average slightly below the unusually high cut-off this year or something like that. 

They might have written more on applicants that they delved longer on, though. Think of it as a “yes”, “no”, “maybe” system, where the clearly outstanding or clearly less competitive will get their answers first, usually without the need for much comments. There will be a big “maybe” pile which will go more slowly, and that pile will usually see more comments to justify their choices as they gradually chip away candidates.

[Edited by Gobbledygook on Mar 15, 2022]

[quote]hi all - portal updated earlier today. been unsuccessful. rather disheartening to be rejected after so long in the fray. good luck to everyone still hoping!<br><br>does anyone know if there's a shot at getting some feedback on the application? i recall seeing a post on this thread about finding out the admissions committees' notes, but i can't locate it now :/ [/quote]<br><br>Sorry to&nbsp;hear this. Re the feedback, you’re probably referring to one of my earlier posts, which should be possible to find on the profile. The gist of it is that the unis would have some form of information access team to reach out to regarding your personal data (i.e.cyour application). The internal assessment forms tend to contain some - albeit often limited - info on how the assessors considered your application. I wouldn’t expect anything extraordinarily enlightening in those papers though, as they probably won’t state much more than something along the lines of “undergrad grade average slightly below the unusually high cut-off this year&nbsp;or something like that.&nbsp;<br><br>They might have written more on applicants that they delved longer on, though. Think of it as a “yes”, “no”, “maybe” system, where the clearly outstanding or clearly less competitive will get their answers first, usually without the need for much comments. There will be a big “maybe” pile which will go more slowly, and that pile will usually see more comments to justify their choices as they gradually chip away candidates.<br>
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if somebody succeeds to reach Cambridge please let us know. i hope that by the end of the week we will be informed


Hi all – I'm currently under review, and I emailed the PAO today to inquire into whether my application could be expedited as I have a March 31 deadline to accept an offer at a different institution. The PAO just gave me the following generic reply:

"Dear __,

Thank you for your email.
Please log into the Applicant Portal to check the status of your application. Information on how to access the Applicant Portal can be found here:
https://www.postgraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/applicant-portal
 
Your application must be considered by the Department, the Degree Committee and the Board of Postgraduate Studies before a final decision can be made. Please note it can sometimes take several months before a final decision is made, but the majority of decisions on offers of admission are made in February and March.
 
For clarification on how your application is considered by the department we recommend visiting the 'Selection Process' section of the course webpage's  'How to Apply' tab. Some departments may not begin considering your application until weeks or months after the application has been submitted.
 
If your application is already under consideration by the Department or Degree Committee, and has been at this status for longer than two months, please consult the departmental webpages or contact the Department directly for further information on when a decision will be made.  Your application will have been sent directly to them for consideration and they may be able to provide you with a more accurate indication of the status of your application.
 
Contact details for individual departments can be found in the course entry and departmental webpages:
http://www.postgraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/courses
https://www.postgraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/courses/departments"
Not very useful at all, and pretty frustrating to hear that "it can sometimes take several months before a final decision is made"! Oh well.

[quote]if somebody succeeds to reach Cambridge please let us know. i hope that by the end of the week we will be informed [/quote]<br><br>Hi all – I'm currently under review, and I emailed the PAO today to inquire into whether my application could be expedited as I have a March 31 deadline to accept an offer at a different institution. The PAO just gave me the following generic reply:<br><br>"Dear __,<br><br><div>Thank you for your email.</div><br><div>Please log into the Applicant Portal to check the status of your application. Information on how to access the Applicant Portal can be found here:
<div>https://www.postgraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/applicant-portal
</div><div>&nbsp;
</div><div>Your application must be considered by the Department, the Degree Committee and the Board of Postgraduate Studies before a final decision can be made. Please note it can sometimes take several months before a final decision is made, but the majority of decisions on offers of admission are made in February and March.
</div><div>&nbsp;
</div><div>For clarification on how your application is considered by the department we recommend visiting the 'Selection Process' section of the course webpage's&nbsp; 'How to Apply' tab. Some departments may not begin considering your application until weeks or months after the application has been submitted.
</div><div>&nbsp;
</div><div>If your application is already under consideration by the Department or Degree Committee, and has been at this status for longer than two months, please consult the departmental webpages or contact the Department directly for further information on when a decision will be made.&nbsp; Your application will have been sent directly to them for consideration and they may be able to provide you with a more accurate indication of the status of your application.
</div><div>&nbsp;
</div><div>Contact details for individual departments can be found in the course entry and departmental webpages:
</div><div>http://www.postgraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/courses
</div><div>https://www.postgraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/courses/departments"</div><br>Not very useful at all, and pretty frustrating to hear that "it can sometimes take several months before a final decision is made"! Oh well.<br><br></div>
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Troye25

if somebody succeeds to reach Cambridge please let us know. i hope that by the end of the week we will be informed


Hi all – I'm currently under review, and I emailed the PAO today to inquire into whether my application could be expedited as I have a March 31 deadline to accept an offer at a different institution. The PAO just gave me the following generic reply:

"Dear __,

Thank you for your email.
Please log into the Applicant Portal to check the status of your application. Information on how to access the Applicant Portal can be found here:


https://www.postgraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/applicant-portal


 


Your application must be considered by the Department, the Degree Committee and the Board of Postgraduate Studies before a final decision can be made. Please note it can sometimes take several months before a final decision is made, but the majority of decisions on offers of admission are made in February and March.


 


For clarification on how your application is considered by the department we recommend visiting the 'Selection Process' section of the course webpage's  'How to Apply' tab. Some departments may not begin considering your application until weeks or months after the application has been submitted.


 


If your application is already under consideration by the Department or Degree Committee, and has been at this status for longer than two months, please consult the departmental webpages or contact the Department directly for further information on when a decision will be made.  Your application will have been sent directly to them for consideration and they may be able to provide you with a more accurate indication of the status of your application.


 


Contact details for individual departments can be found in the course entry and departmental webpages:


http://www.postgraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/courses


https://www.postgraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/courses/departments"
Not very useful at all, and pretty frustrating to hear that "it can sometimes take several months before a final decision is made"! Oh well.



Well they said that if the status has been "under review" for longer than two months we should contact the Academic Department directly. As for what I can remember, all our applications moved to "UR" in the second week of January, so we have definitely been "UR" for more than two months now. We should all contact the academic department then. 

Does anybody know the academic department email address?

[Edited by Troye25 on Mar 15, 2022]

[quote][quote]if somebody succeeds to reach Cambridge please let us know. i hope that by the end of the week we will be informed [/quote]<br><br>Hi all – I'm currently under review, and I emailed the PAO today to inquire into whether my application could be expedited as I have a March 31 deadline to accept an offer at a different institution. The PAO just gave me the following generic reply:<br><br>"Dear __,<br><br><div>Thank you for your email.</div><br><div>Please log into the Applicant Portal to check the status of your application. Information on how to access the Applicant Portal can be found here:<br><br>
<div>https://www.postgraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/applicant-portal<br><br>
</div><div>&nbsp;<br><br>
</div><div>Your application must be considered by the Department, the Degree Committee and the Board of Postgraduate Studies before a final decision can be made. Please note it can sometimes take several months before a final decision is made, but the majority of decisions on offers of admission are made in February and March.<br><br>
</div><div>&nbsp;<br><br>
</div><div>For clarification on how your application is considered by the department we recommend visiting the 'Selection Process' section of the course webpage's&nbsp; 'How to Apply' tab. Some departments may not begin considering your application until weeks or months after the application has been submitted.<br><br>
</div><div>&nbsp;<br><br>
</div><div>If your application is already under consideration by the Department or Degree Committee, and has been at this status for longer than two months, please consult the departmental webpages or contact the Department directly for further information on when a decision will be made.&nbsp; Your application will have been sent directly to them for consideration and they may be able to provide you with a more accurate indication of the status of your application.<br><br>
</div><div>&nbsp;<br><br>
</div><div>Contact details for individual departments can be found in the course entry and departmental webpages:<br><br>
</div><div>http://www.postgraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/courses<br><br>
</div><div>https://www.postgraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/courses/departments"</div><br>Not very useful at all, and pretty frustrating to hear that "it can sometimes take several months before a final decision is made"! Oh well.<br><br></div> [/quote]<br><br>Well they said that if the status has been "under review" for longer than two months we should contact the Academic Department directly. As for what I can remember, all our applications moved to "UR" in the second week of January, so we have definitely been "UR" for more than two months now. We should all contact the academic department then.&nbsp;<br><br>Does anybody know the academic department email address?
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Hbanana

if somebody succeeds to reach Cambridge please let us know. i hope that by the end of the week we will be informed


Hi all – I'm currently under review, and I emailed the PAO today to inquire into whether my application could be expedited as I have a March 31 deadline to accept an offer at a different institution. The PAO just gave me the following generic reply:

"Dear __,

Thank you for your email.
Please log into the Applicant Portal to check the status of your application. Information on how to access the Applicant Portal can be found here:


https://www.postgraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/applicant-portal


 


Your application must be considered by the Department, the Degree Committee and the Board of Postgraduate Studies before a final decision can be made. Please note it can sometimes take several months before a final decision is made, but the majority of decisions on offers of admission are made in February and March.


 


For clarification on how your application is considered by the department we recommend visiting the 'Selection Process' section of the course webpage's  'How to Apply' tab. Some departments may not begin considering your application until weeks or months after the application has been submitted.


 


If your application is already under consideration by the Department or Degree Committee, and has been at this status for longer than two months, please consult the departmental webpages or contact the Department directly for further information on when a decision will be made.  Your application will have been sent directly to them for consideration and they may be able to provide you with a more accurate indication of the status of your application.


 


Contact details for individual departments can be found in the course entry and departmental webpages:


http://www.postgraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/courses


https://www.postgraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/courses/departments"
Not very useful at all, and pretty frustrating to hear that "it can sometimes take several months before a final decision is made"! Oh well.



Well they said that if the status has been "under review" for longer than two months we should contact the Academic Department directly. As for what I can remember, all our applications moved to "UR" in the second week of January, so we have definitely been "UR" for more than two months now. We should all contact the academic department then. 

Does anybody know the academic department email address?


Based on the website, the email address seems to be: enquiries@law.cam.ac.uk - grateful if you can let us know how you go 

[quote][quote][quote]if somebody succeeds to reach Cambridge please let us know. i hope that by the end of the week we will be informed [/quote]<br><br>Hi all – I'm currently under review, and I emailed the PAO today to inquire into whether my application could be expedited as I have a March 31 deadline to accept an offer at a different institution. The PAO just gave me the following generic reply:<br><br>"Dear __,<br><br><div>Thank you for your email.</div><br><div>Please log into the Applicant Portal to check the status of your application. Information on how to access the Applicant Portal can be found here:<br><br>
<div>https://www.postgraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/applicant-portal<br><br>
</div><div>&nbsp;<br><br>
</div><div>Your application must be considered by the Department, the Degree Committee and the Board of Postgraduate Studies before a final decision can be made. Please note it can sometimes take several months before a final decision is made, but the majority of decisions on offers of admission are made in February and March.<br><br>
</div><div>&nbsp;<br><br>
</div><div>For clarification on how your application is considered by the department we recommend visiting the 'Selection Process' section of the course webpage's&nbsp; 'How to Apply' tab. Some departments may not begin considering your application until weeks or months after the application has been submitted.<br><br>
</div><div>&nbsp;<br><br>
</div><div>If your application is already under consideration by the Department or Degree Committee, and has been at this status for longer than two months, please consult the departmental webpages or contact the Department directly for further information on when a decision will be made.&nbsp; Your application will have been sent directly to them for consideration and they may be able to provide you with a more accurate indication of the status of your application.<br><br>
</div><div>&nbsp;<br><br>
</div><div>Contact details for individual departments can be found in the course entry and departmental webpages:<br><br>
</div><div>http://www.postgraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/courses<br><br>
</div><div>https://www.postgraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/courses/departments"</div><br>Not very useful at all, and pretty frustrating to hear that "it can sometimes take several months before a final decision is made"! Oh well.<br><br></div> [/quote]<br><br>Well they said that if the status has been "under review" for longer than two months we should contact the Academic Department directly. As for what I can remember, all our applications moved to "UR" in the second week of January, so we have definitely been "UR" for more than two months now. We should all contact the academic department then.&nbsp;<br><br>Does anybody know the academic department email address? [/quote]<br><br>Based on the website, the email address seems to be: enquiries@law.cam.ac.uk - grateful if you can let us know how you go&nbsp;
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Troye25



Hi all – I'm currently under review, and I emailed the PAO today to inquire into whether my application could be expedited as I have a March 31 deadline to accept an offer at a different institution. The PAO just gave me the following generic reply:

"Dear __,

Thank you for your email.
Please log into the Applicant Portal to check the status of your application. Information on how to access the Applicant Portal can be found here:


https://www.postgraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/applicant-portal


 


Your application must be considered by the Department, the Degree Committee and the Board of Postgraduate Studies before a final decision can be made. Please note it can sometimes take several months before a final decision is made, but the majority of decisions on offers of admission are made in February and March.


 


For clarification on how your application is considered by the department we recommend visiting the 'Selection Process' section of the course webpage's  'How to Apply' tab. Some departments may not begin considering your application until weeks or months after the application has been submitted.


 


If your application is already under consideration by the Department or Degree Committee, and has been at this status for longer than two months, please consult the departmental webpages or contact the Department directly for further information on when a decision will be made.  Your application will have been sent directly to them for consideration and they may be able to provide you with a more accurate indication of the status of your application.


 


Contact details for individual departments can be found in the course entry and departmental webpages:


http://www.postgraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/courses


https://www.postgraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/courses/departments"
Not very useful at all, and pretty frustrating to hear that "it can sometimes take several months before a final decision is made"! Oh well.



Well they said that if the status has been "under review" for longer than two months we should contact the Academic Department directly. As for what I can remember, all our applications moved to "UR" in the second week of January, so we have definitely been "UR" for more than two months now. We should all contact the academic department then. 

Does anybody know the academic department email address?


Based on the website, the email address seems to be: enquiries@law.cam.ac.uk - grateful if you can let us know how you go 


Thanks a lot. I will write them and keep you all updated to what they reply. Fingers crossed.

[quote][quote][quote][quote]if somebody succeeds to reach Cambridge please let us know. i hope that by the end of the week we will be informed [/quote]<br><br>Hi all – I'm currently under review, and I emailed the PAO today to inquire into whether my application could be expedited as I have a March 31 deadline to accept an offer at a different institution. The PAO just gave me the following generic reply:<br><br>"Dear __,<br><br><div>Thank you for your email.</div><br><div>Please log into the Applicant Portal to check the status of your application. Information on how to access the Applicant Portal can be found here:<br><br>
<div>https://www.postgraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/applicant-portal<br><br>
</div><div>&nbsp;<br><br>
</div><div>Your application must be considered by the Department, the Degree Committee and the Board of Postgraduate Studies before a final decision can be made. Please note it can sometimes take several months before a final decision is made, but the majority of decisions on offers of admission are made in February and March.<br><br>
</div><div>&nbsp;<br><br>
</div><div>For clarification on how your application is considered by the department we recommend visiting the 'Selection Process' section of the course webpage's&nbsp; 'How to Apply' tab. Some departments may not begin considering your application until weeks or months after the application has been submitted.<br><br>
</div><div>&nbsp;<br><br>
</div><div>If your application is already under consideration by the Department or Degree Committee, and has been at this status for longer than two months, please consult the departmental webpages or contact the Department directly for further information on when a decision will be made.&nbsp; Your application will have been sent directly to them for consideration and they may be able to provide you with a more accurate indication of the status of your application.<br><br>
</div><div>&nbsp;<br><br>
</div><div>Contact details for individual departments can be found in the course entry and departmental webpages:<br><br>
</div><div>http://www.postgraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/courses<br><br>
</div><div>https://www.postgraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/courses/departments"</div><br>Not very useful at all, and pretty frustrating to hear that "it can sometimes take several months before a final decision is made"! Oh well.<br><br></div> [/quote]<br><br>Well they said that if the status has been "under review" for longer than two months we should contact the Academic Department directly. As for what I can remember, all our applications moved to "UR" in the second week of January, so we have definitely been "UR" for more than two months now. We should all contact the academic department then.&nbsp;<br><br>Does anybody know the academic department email address? [/quote]<br><br>Based on the website, the email address seems to be: enquiries@law.cam.ac.uk - grateful if you can let us know how you go&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Thanks a lot. I will write them and keep you all updated to what they reply. Fingers crossed.
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!LLM2022

Hi all - I had sent an email to enquiries@law.cam.ac.uk and got the following response: 

„Thank you for your email.It has been passed onto the appropriate persons in the Law Faculty who will respond in due course.“
Then I got this response from Sarah Blower (sb2056@cam.ac.uk) with llm@law.cam.ac.uk in cc: 

„Decisions are still being sent out and we will update your record as soon as we receive the decision on your application.“

PS: that was last week..

[Edited by !LLM2022 on Mar 15, 2022]

Hi all - I had sent an email to enquiries@law.cam.ac.uk and got the following response:&nbsp;<br><br><div>„Thank you for your email.It has been passed onto the appropriate persons in the Law Faculty who will respond in due course.“</div><br>Then I got this response from Sarah Blower (sb2056@cam.ac.uk) with llm@law.cam.ac.uk in cc:&nbsp;<br><br><div>„Decisions are still being sent out and we will update your record as soon as we receive the decision on your application.“<br></div><br>PS: that was last week..<br><br>
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Kl. K.

good morning guys.thank you for the information

good morning guys.thank you for the information
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r.999

Shall we try a different approach today? 

Boy, I really hope we do not hear anything in any way shape or form whatsoever from the Cambridge Postgraduate Admissions Office today; that would totally ruin my mood. 

Shall we try a different approach today?&nbsp;<br><br>Boy, I really hope we do not hear anything in any way shape or form whatsoever from the Cambridge Postgraduate Admissions Office today; that would totally ruin my mood.&nbsp;
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Elleellel'...

Nah, I totally agree... They've really been ruthlessly bombarding all of us with communications, including offers and rejections, and so I hope, I truly hope, we get a break today. 

Shall we try a different approach today? 

Boy, I really hope we do not hear anything in any way shape or form whatsoever from the Cambridge Postgraduate Admissions Office today; that would totally ruin my mood. 

Nah, I totally agree... They've really been ruthlessly bombarding all of us with communications, including offers and rejections, and so I hope, I truly hope, we get a break today.&nbsp;<br><br>[quote]Shall we try a different approach today?&nbsp;<br><br>Boy, I really hope we do not hear anything in any way shape or form whatsoever from the Cambridge Postgraduate Admissions Office today; that would totally ruin my mood.&nbsp; [/quote]
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Kl. K.

has anyone contacted Cambridge today?

has anyone contacted Cambridge today?
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NorM

Someone reported movement on the MCL thread. Strangely enough, they seem to be jumping between LLM and MCL at the moment.

Someone reported movement on the MCL thread. Strangely enough, they seem to be jumping between LLM and MCL at the moment.
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JF1804

has anyone contacted Cambridge today?


I have been trying to contact someone over at Cambridge yesterday and today (I have a response deadline in less than a week on another offer). Yesterday, PAO sent me back to the department. The response I received today to my email to enquiries@ said that they have passed my email onto the appropriate faculty member to respond. I haven't received any response on my email to llm@ from yesterday. 

Still "under review", but if I get any updates/info I will let everyone know. 

[quote]has anyone contacted Cambridge today? [/quote]<br><br>I have been trying to contact someone over at Cambridge yesterday and today (I have a response deadline in less than a week on another offer). Yesterday, PAO sent me back to the department. The response I received today to my email to enquiries@ said that they have passed my email onto the appropriate faculty member to respond. I haven't received any response on my email to llm@ from yesterday.&nbsp;<br><br>Still "under review", but if I get any updates/info I will let everyone know.&nbsp;
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Mallord

Someone reported movement on the MCL thread. Strangely enough, they seem to be jumping between LLM and MCL at the moment.


Really? Did someone get moved to PAO for the LLM? I would have thought they would have their separate panel of staff dealing with each course?

[Edited by Mallord on Mar 16, 2022]

[quote]Someone reported movement on the MCL thread. Strangely enough, they seem to be jumping between LLM and MCL at the moment. [/quote]<br><br>Really? Did someone get moved to PAO for the LLM? I would have thought they would have their separate panel of staff dealing with each course?
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NorM

Sorry I was unclear, I meant that someone moved to PAO for the MCL in the MCL thread. I would also think there is a different panel and staff, however, PAO themselves have usually been dealing with one of them at a time. Which is why it is odd that they are going back and forth between them this year. 

It is a bit irritating knowing that MCL received an early warning that it could take until the end of March for their decisions to come through while the LLM stuck with the 1 March deadline. Some communication would have been nice.

Someone reported movement on the MCL thread. Strangely enough, they seem to be jumping between LLM and MCL at the moment.


Really? Did someone get moved to PAO for the LLM? I would have thought they would have their separate panel of staff dealing with each course?

Sorry I was unclear, I meant that someone moved to PAO for the MCL in the MCL thread. I would also think there is a different panel and staff, however, PAO themselves have usually been dealing with one of them at a time. Which is why it is odd that they are going back and forth between them this year.&nbsp;<br><br>It is a bit irritating knowing that MCL received an early warning that it could take until the end of March for their decisions to come through while the LLM stuck with the 1 March deadline. Some communication would have been nice.<br><br>[quote][quote]Someone reported movement on the MCL thread. Strangely enough, they seem to be jumping between LLM and MCL at the moment. [/quote]<br><br>Really? Did someone get moved to PAO for the LLM? I would have thought they would have their separate panel of staff dealing with each course? [/quote]
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Mallord

I see. Thanks NorM. Yes, I do agree..I'm getting a bit fed-up with this wait. It's hard to focus on other things. I have a mini pupillage tomorrow and Friday. Don't know how I can avoid this site and the portal. 

I see. Thanks NorM. Yes, I do agree..I'm getting a bit fed-up with this wait. It's hard to focus on other things. I have a mini pupillage tomorrow and Friday. Don't know how I can avoid this site and the portal.&nbsp;
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r.999

Yeah, my productivity has taken a significant nosedive.

Yeah, my productivity has taken a significant nosedive.
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