Cambridge LL.M. Applicants 2023-2024


caighdean

Just checked the portal. I have been unsuccessful. Congratulations to everyone who has moved to PAO, and best of luck to everyone waiting! :)


Sorry to hear that - best of luck with any other applications, and there's always next year!

[quote]Just checked the portal. I have been unsuccessful. Congratulations to everyone who has moved to PAO, and best of luck to everyone waiting! :) [/quote]<br><br>Sorry to hear that - best of luck with any other applications, and there's always next year!
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Goose1

Reporting another unsuccessful application here! Looks like the rejections are being rolled out.


<div>Reporting another unsuccessful application here! Looks like the rejections are being rolled out.<br></div><div>
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steeps123

Commiserations to all who have unsuccessful applications.

For others, does the lateness of the LLM's offers mean admission to colleges will be disadvantaged? At least, those with late offers might not get their first or second preferences if everyone else in other degrees have taken up the postgraduate quota? Or is it by degree that it works, or different by college?

Commiserations to all who have unsuccessful applications.<br><br>For others, does the lateness of the LLM's offers mean admission to colleges will be disadvantaged? At least, those with late offers might not get their first or second preferences if everyone else in other degrees have taken up the postgraduate quota? Or is it by degree that it works, or different by college?<br>
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draemon

Commiserations to all who have unsuccessful applications.

For others, does the lateness of the LLM's offers mean admission to colleges will be disadvantaged? At least, those with late offers might not get their first or second preferences if everyone else in other degrees have taken up the postgraduate quota? Or is it by degree that it works, or different by college?


I think college hear about who’s in before we do. But a delay to us also implies a delay there too, but not as delayed 

[quote]Commiserations to all who have unsuccessful applications.<br><br>For others, does the lateness of the LLM's offers mean admission to colleges will be disadvantaged? At least, those with late offers might not get their first or second preferences if everyone else in other degrees have taken up the postgraduate quota? Or is it by degree that it works, or different by college?<br> [/quote]<br><br>I think college hear about who’s in before we do. But a delay to us also implies a delay there too, but not as delayed&nbsp;
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ccccccity

Unsuccessful. Good luck to others who are still waiting.

Unsuccessful. Good luck to others who are still waiting.
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ManCrush M...

My commiserations to all unsuccessful. 

Would like to quickly share that I, too, was unsuccessful in *all* my applications in the previous academic cycle. Please don't take it personally because it's got little (if not nothing) to do with you as a candidate nor does it reflect your capabilities as an aspiring lawyer/academic. If circumstances allow, please consider re-applying next year, and when the time comes, my DMs will be open should you require any assistance in polishing your even-more impressive personal statements. In any case, onwards and upwards :)

My commiserations to all unsuccessful.&nbsp;<br><br>Would like to quickly share that I, too, was unsuccessful in *all* my applications in the previous academic cycle. Please don't take it personally because it's got little (if not nothing) to do with you as a candidate nor does it reflect your capabilities as an aspiring lawyer/academic. If circumstances allow, please consider re-applying next year, and when the time comes, my DMs will be open should you require any assistance in polishing your even-more impressive personal statements. In any case, onwards and upwards :)<div><br></div><div>
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draemon

My commiserations to all unsuccessful. 

Would like to quickly share that I, too, was unsuccessful in *all* my applications in the previous academic cycle. Please don't take it personally because it's got little (if not nothing) to do with you as a candidate nor does it reflect your capabilities as an aspiring lawyer/academic. If circumstances allow, please consider re-applying next year, and when the time comes, my DMs will be open should you require any assistance in polishing your even-more impressive personal statements. In any case, onwards and upwards :)



im expecting rejection at this hour, but I’ve been offered LSE UCL. Do you think it’s advisable to complete an LLM there, and apply to cam for the phd with a much stronger app, or wait a year for the next cycle? My application even weeks after the deadline is so much stronger, publications, research jobs and all

[quote]My commiserations to all unsuccessful.&nbsp;<br><br>Would like to quickly share that I, too, was unsuccessful in *all* my applications in the previous academic cycle. Please don't take it personally because it's got little (if not nothing) to do with you as a candidate nor does it reflect your capabilities as an aspiring lawyer/academic. If circumstances allow, please consider re-applying next year, and when the time comes, my DMs will be open should you require any assistance in polishing your even-more impressive personal statements. In any case, onwards and upwards :)<div><br></div><div>
</div> [/quote]<br><br>im expecting rejection at this hour, but I’ve been offered LSE UCL. Do you think it’s advisable to complete an LLM there, and apply to cam for the phd with a much stronger app, or wait a year for the next cycle? My application even weeks after the deadline is so much stronger, publications, research jobs and all
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ligmabs

My commiserations to all unsuccessful. 

Would like to quickly share that I, too, was unsuccessful in *all* my applications in the previous academic cycle. Please don't take it personally because it's got little (if not nothing) to do with you as a candidate nor does it reflect your capabilities as an aspiring lawyer/academic. If circumstances allow, please consider re-applying next year, and when the time comes, my DMs will be open should you require any assistance in polishing your even-more impressive personal statements. In any case, onwards and upwards :)



im expecting rejection at this hour, but I’ve been offered LSE UCL. Do you think it’s advisable to complete an LLM there, and apply to cam for the phd with a much stronger app, or wait a year for the next cycle? My application even weeks after the deadline is so much stronger, publications, research jobs and all
LSE's LLM is fantastic. Well done for getting an offer. Grab it by the horns and take it!

[quote][quote]My commiserations to all unsuccessful.&nbsp;<br><br>Would like to quickly share that I, too, was unsuccessful in *all* my applications in the previous academic cycle. Please don't take it personally because it's got little (if not nothing) to do with you as a candidate nor does it reflect your capabilities as an aspiring lawyer/academic. If circumstances allow, please consider re-applying next year, and when the time comes, my DMs will be open should you require any assistance in polishing your even-more impressive personal statements. In any case, onwards and upwards :)<div><br></div><div>
</div> [/quote]<br><br>im expecting rejection at this hour, but I’ve been offered LSE UCL. Do you think it’s advisable to complete an LLM there, and apply to cam for the phd with a much stronger app, or wait a year for the next cycle? My application even weeks after the deadline is so much stronger, publications, research jobs and all [/quote] LSE's LLM is fantastic. Well done for getting an offer. Grab it by the horns and take it!
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Ekd99

Sorry to everyone who has received unsuccessful! 
Just wondering was there any on PAO who received unsuccessful and do all rejections for out together?

Sorry to everyone who has received unsuccessful!&nbsp;<br>Just wondering was there any on PAO who received unsuccessful and do all rejections for out together?
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Sorry to everyone who has received unsuccessful! 
Just wondering was there any on PAO who received unsuccessful and do all rejections for out together?


I was moved to PAO on Feb 13th. I am still at PAO. I am guessing the portal will update only when they release the offers. 

[quote]Sorry to everyone who has received unsuccessful!&nbsp;<br>Just wondering was there any on PAO who received unsuccessful and do all rejections for out together? [/quote]<br><br>I was moved to PAO on Feb 13th. I am still at PAO. I am guessing the portal will update only when they release the offers.&nbsp;
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Mehreen

Sorry to everyone who has received unsuccessful! 
Just wondering was there any on PAO who received unsuccessful and do all rejections for out together?


My commiserations to all those who were unsuccessful. 

AS for PAO rejections, they tend to be rare but can happen I've been following the TSR forum closely and so far only one has been reported the rest at PAO currently are receiving offers around 15-20 days after being on PAO. 
 
Going off previous year's stats - rejections also tend to be sent out together over a few days but this year as been unlike others! 

[quote]Sorry to everyone who has received unsuccessful!&nbsp;<br>Just wondering was there any on PAO who received unsuccessful and do all rejections for out together? [/quote]<br><br>My commiserations to all those who were unsuccessful.&nbsp;<br><br>AS for PAO rejections, they tend to be rare but can happen I've been following the TSR forum closely and so far only one has been reported the rest at PAO currently are receiving offers around 15-20 days after being on PAO.&nbsp;<br>&nbsp;<br>Going off previous year's stats - rejections also tend to be sent out together over a few days but this year as been unlike others!&nbsp;
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My portal just turned to unsuccessful 

My portal just turned to unsuccessful&nbsp;
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My portal just turned to unsuccessful 


Hello, can you help me with one thing? I have received an offer from queen Mary University of London. Should I go? International applicant here who is yet to complete her graduation this August 2023. 

[quote]My portal just turned to unsuccessful&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Hello, can you help me with one thing? I have received an offer from queen Mary University of London. Should I go? International applicant here who is yet to complete her graduation this August 2023.&nbsp;
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Templeman2...

My portal just turned to unsuccessful 


Hello, can you help me with one thing? I have received an offer from queen Mary University of London. Should I go? International applicant here who is yet to complete her graduation this August 2023. 



QMUL is fantastic, and has a specially good reputation internationally. However, being realistic, it will not demand the same "respect" (if you know what I mean) that you would get from a masters from, say, LSE. That being said, QMUL is world leading in arbitration and ADR. 

[quote][quote]My portal just turned to unsuccessful&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Hello, can you help me with one thing? I have received an offer from queen Mary University of London. Should I go? International applicant here who is yet to complete her graduation this August 2023.&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br><br>QMUL is fantastic, and has a specially good reputation internationally. However, being realistic, it will not demand the same "respect" (if you know what I mean) that you would get from a masters from, say, LSE. That being said, QMUL is world leading in arbitration and ADR.&nbsp;
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Gobbledygo...

Commiserations to all who have unsuccessful applications.

For others, does the lateness of the LLM's offers mean admission to colleges will be disadvantaged? At least, those with late offers might not get their first or second preferences if everyone else in other degrees have taken up the postgraduate quota? Or is it by degree that it works, or different by college?


Your portal being updated to PAO later than the rest doesn't necessarily mean that you did in fact move there later, since someone would still need to manually change your portal status. That said, those who receive their offers later than the others within the same programme (as colleges will have reserved spots on a programme basis) generally do tend to be pooled to the mature colleges, since (unlike undergrad) postgrad college admissions is a bit of a first come, first served kind of thing. The most popular first pref colleges tend to be filled up early, usually around now.

[quote]Commiserations to all who have unsuccessful applications.<br><br>For others, does the lateness of the LLM's offers mean admission to colleges will be disadvantaged? At least, those with late offers might not get their first or second preferences if everyone else in other degrees have taken up the postgraduate quota? Or is it by degree that it works, or different by college?<br> [/quote]<br><br>Your portal being updated to PAO later than the rest doesn't necessarily mean that you did in fact move there later, since someone would still need to manually change your portal status. That said, those who receive their offers later than the others within the same programme (as colleges will have reserved spots on a programme basis) generally do tend to be pooled to the mature colleges, since (unlike undergrad) postgrad college admissions is a bit of a first come, first served kind of thing. The most popular first pref colleges tend to be filled up early, usually around now.<br>
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Ekd99

How quickly is funding/ Scholarships communicated does anyone know?

How quickly is funding/ Scholarships communicated does anyone know?
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Thank you so much. 



My portal just turned to unsuccessful 


Hello, can you help me with one thing? I have received an offer from queen Mary University of London. Should I go? International applicant here who is yet to complete her graduation this August 2023. 



QMUL is fantastic, and has a specially good reputation internationally. However, being realistic, it will not demand the same "respect" (if you know what I mean) that you would get from a masters from, say, LSE. That being said, QMUL is world leading in arbitration and ADR. 

Thank you so much.&nbsp;<br><br><br><br>[quote][quote][quote]My portal just turned to unsuccessful&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Hello, can you help me with one thing? I have received an offer from queen Mary University of London. Should I go? International applicant here who is yet to complete her graduation this August 2023.&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br><br>QMUL is fantastic, and has a specially good reputation internationally. However, being realistic, it will not demand the same "respect" (if you know what I mean) that you would get from a masters from, say, LSE. That being said, QMUL is world leading in arbitration and ADR.&nbsp; [/quote]
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caighdean

Just checked there and I'm unsuccessful as well.  A bit gutted but at least the wait is over.  Best of luck to everyone still waiting.

Just checked there and I'm unsuccessful as well.&nbsp; A bit gutted but at least the wait is over.&nbsp; Best of luck to everyone still waiting.
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ligmabs

Just checked there and I'm unsuccessful as well.  A bit gutted but at least the wait is over.  Best of luck to everyone still waiting.
Gutted for you, thank you for all your contributions to this forum over the past weeks. Onwards and upwards.

[quote]Just checked there and I'm unsuccessful as well.&nbsp; A bit gutted but at least the wait is over.&nbsp; Best of luck to everyone still waiting. [/quote] Gutted for you, thank you for all your contributions to this forum over the past weeks. Onwards and upwards.
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Unsuccessful here. LSE it will be. Thanks to everyone for their contribution to this forum!

Unsuccessful here. LSE it will be. Thanks to everyone for their contribution to this forum!
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