Cambridge LL.M. Applicants 2023-2024


hlurwofi

Hi! Does anyone know what are the requirements to meet when Cambridge gives conditional offers? Thanks in advance!


Wanna know too!

[quote]Hi! Does anyone know what are the requirements to meet when Cambridge gives conditional offers? Thanks in advance! [/quote]<br><br>Wanna know too!
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LLMAPP1234

Hi! Does anyone know what are the requirements to meet when Cambridge gives conditional offers? Thanks in advance!


Wanna know too!


first class degree or equivalent! 

[quote][quote]Hi! Does anyone know what are the requirements to meet when Cambridge gives conditional offers? Thanks in advance! [/quote]<br><br>Wanna know too! [/quote]<br><br>first class degree or equivalent!&nbsp;
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caighdean



Hi just checking are you Irish and did your undergrad in Ireland?


Yes, from Dublin and graduated from UCD Law/Pol in 2019.



Oh cool, I'm Irish too and just graduated in 2022 from Law and Business Intl NUIG


Best of luck!

[quote][quote][quote][quote]Morning all from Ireland - another week of waiting in store.&nbsp; Best of luck to everyone! [/quote]<br><br>Hi just checking are you Irish and did your undergrad in Ireland? [/quote]<br><br>Yes, from Dublin and graduated from UCD Law/Pol in 2019.<br> [/quote]<br><br><br>Oh cool, I'm Irish too and just graduated in 2022 from Law and Business Intl NUIG [/quote]<br><br>Best of luck!
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Inactive User

Just a quick q to anyone who's been paying attention to previous threads. Do you have any idea as to whether the number/volume of status changes to approval by PAO is more or less the same as in previous years? There seems to be more this year - more and sooner, so it seems. 


On their website they state 90% of the decisions are made within 12 weeks. 12 weeks from 1 December is 23 February if I recall correctly. So I think they’re earlier than recent years because they gave themselves a shorter deadline this year. Assuming that PAOs tend to come before rejections, I think the number of PAOs is not extraordinary. I’m assuming many rejections and some additional PAOs will be sent out in the coming days.


Depends whether they count the Christmas break or not. One week Christmas break would result in 2 March, two weeks would be 9 March... 

[quote][quote]Just a quick q to anyone who's been paying attention to previous threads. Do you have any idea as to whether the number/volume of status changes to approval by PAO is more or less the same as in previous years? There seems to be more this year - more and sooner, so it seems.&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>On their website they state 90% of the decisions are made within 12 weeks. 12 weeks from 1 December is 23 February if I recall correctly. So I think they’re earlier than recent years because they gave themselves a shorter deadline this year. Assuming that PAOs tend to come before rejections, I think the number of PAOs is not extraordinary. I’m assuming many rejections and some additional PAOs will be sent out in the coming days.<br> [/quote]<br><br>Depends whether they count the Christmas break or not. One week Christmas break would result in 2 March, two weeks would be 9 March...&nbsp;
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Inactive User

mine is at the pao stage too (didn't check until now)

mine is at the pao stage too (didn't check until now)
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Templeman2...

mine is at the pao stage too (didn't check until now)


so have most people already been moved on to the PAO stage? What does it mean for the rest that haven’t? Are all the rest of us on track to recieve rejections?

[quote]mine is at the pao stage too (didn't check until now) [/quote]<br><br>so have most people already been moved on to the PAO stage? What does it mean for the rest that haven’t? Are all the rest of us on track to recieve rejections?
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Coles

Hi all, I also moved to the PAO stage on 17.02 (didn't update until now because its been stressing me out even though I hear it is a good sign) Not sure how the next couple of days/weeks will pan out with this wait.

Hi all, I also moved to the PAO stage on 17.02 (didn't update until now because its been stressing me out even though I hear it is a good sign) Not sure how the next couple of days/weeks will pan out with this wait.
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The Phanto...

Just received a conditional offer for MCL a couple of hours ago ...

[Edited by The Phantom on Feb 21, 2023]

Just received a conditional offer for MCL a couple of hours ago ...
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Inactive User

mine is at the pao stage too (didn't check until now)


so have most people already been moved on to the PAO stage? What does it mean for the rest that haven’t? Are all the rest of us on track to recieve rejections?


Hold on tight, everyone, my gut tells me tomorrow is going to be a massacre (also, on the Law PhD thread people started getting rejections today, and if I remember correctly, they were also a bit ahead with the first moves to PAO)

[quote][quote]mine is at the pao stage too (didn't check until now) [/quote]<br><br>so have most people already been moved on to the PAO stage? What does it mean for the rest that haven’t? Are all the rest of us on track to recieve rejections? [/quote]<br><br>Hold on tight, everyone, my gut tells me tomorrow is going to be a massacre (also, on the Law PhD thread people started getting rejections today, and if I remember correctly, they were also a bit ahead with the first moves to PAO)
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Ekd99

Does anyone know if the MCL and LLM follow the same timeline re applications? Like for the MCL was the 1st of March given as decision deadline as well I wonder

Does anyone know if the MCL and LLM follow the same timeline re applications? Like for the MCL was the 1st of March given as decision deadline as well I wonder
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ligmabs

Does anyone know if the MCL and LLM follow the same timeline re applications? Like for the MCL was the 1st of March given as decision deadline as well I wonder

According to the MCL website, their decision deadline is 30th April

[quote]Does anyone know if the MCL and LLM follow the same timeline re applications? Like for the MCL was the 1st of March given as decision deadline as well I wonder [/quote]<br>According to the MCL website, their decision deadline is 30th April
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ligmabs

Anyone else trying (and admittedly failing) not to lose hope? I really hope they offer feedback for those rejected.

Anyone else trying (and admittedly failing) not to lose hope? I really hope they offer feedback for those rejected.
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Inactive User

Anyone else trying (and admittedly failing) not to lose hope? I really hope they offer feedback for those rejected.


After seeing so many people move to PAO, there can’t be many spots left 

[quote]Anyone else trying (and admittedly failing) not to lose hope? I really hope they offer feedback for those rejected. [/quote]<br><br>After seeing so many people move to PAO, there can’t be many spots left&nbsp;
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vago

Just received a conditional offer for MCL a couple of hours ago ...

Congrats! Were you PAO'd before receiving the offer? If yes, do you know when?

[quote]Just received a conditional offer for MCL a couple of hours ago ... [/quote]<br>Congrats! Were you PAO'd before receiving the offer? If yes, do you know when?
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The Phanto...

Just received a conditional offer for MCL a couple of hours ago ...

Congrats! Were you PAO'd before receiving the offer? If yes, do you know when?


Yes. I do not know exactly when, though. When I saw some people in this thread posting about PAO, I opened my application portal for the first time last February 15, 2023 and saw the status of awaiting approval of Post Graduate Office. 

[quote][quote]Just received a conditional offer for MCL a couple of hours ago ... [/quote]<br>Congrats! Were you PAO'd before receiving the offer? If yes, do you know when? [/quote]<br><br>Yes. I do not know exactly when, though. When I saw some people in this thread posting about PAO, I opened my application portal for the first time last February 15, 2023 and saw the status of awaiting approval of Post Graduate Office.&nbsp;
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Mehreen

Been following this thread for a while now, just wanted to say I was PAO’d earlier this morning, trying not to be to excited until I see the official offer letter 

Been following this thread for a while now, just wanted to say I was PAO’d earlier this morning, trying not to be to excited until I see the official offer letter&nbsp;
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OfferOnIts...

Can I ask, anyone think that having got a low first degree at around 71% average, and ranked top 20 out of a cohort of 330 people (which is about top 6% in percentage), is there a real chance of being admitted? I mean, comparing with a lot of applicants who ranked top 1/2, it seems that it is better to lose hope now than being rejected in the coming weeks or days. 

Can I ask, anyone think that having got a low first degree at around 71% average, and ranked top 20 out of a cohort of 330 people (which is about top 6% in percentage), is there a real chance of being admitted? I mean, comparing with a lot of applicants who ranked top 1/2, it seems that it is better to lose hope now than being rejected in the coming weeks or days.&nbsp;
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draemon

Can I ask, anyone think that having got a low first degree at around 71% average, and ranked top 20 out of a cohort of 330 people (which is about top 6% in percentage), is there a real chance of being admitted? I mean, comparing with a lot of applicants who ranked top 1/2, it seems that it is better to lose hope now than being rejected in the coming weeks or days. 


I got into LSE UCL with like rank 3, 73% 

[quote]Can I ask, anyone think that having got a low first degree at around 71% average, and ranked top 20 out of a cohort of 330 people (which is about top 6% in percentage), is there a real chance of being admitted? I mean, comparing with a lot of applicants who ranked top 1/2, it seems that it is better to lose hope now than being rejected in the coming weeks or days.&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>I got into LSE UCL with like rank 3, 73%&nbsp;
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Longtime lurker here - I was moved to PAO earlier today and I've been trying not to count my chickens until they're hatched! 

Longtime lurker here - I was moved to PAO earlier today and I've been trying not to count my chickens until they're hatched!&nbsp;
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OfferOnIts...

Can I ask, anyone think that having got a low first degree at around 71% average, and ranked top 20 out of a cohort of 330 people (which is about top 6% in percentage), is there a real chance of being admitted? I mean, comparing with a lot of applicants who ranked top 1/2, it seems that it is better to lose hope now than being rejected in the coming weeks or days. 


I got into LSE UCL with like rank 3, 73% 

I also received my LSE offer in mid-January. If Cambridge rejects me, I'll have to go to LSE then. But I'm not really sure whether I'll be competitive enough for the Cambridge LLM admission

[quote][quote]Can I ask, anyone think that having got a low first degree at around 71% average, and ranked top 20 out of a cohort of 330 people (which is about top 6% in percentage), is there a real chance of being admitted? I mean, comparing with a lot of applicants who ranked top 1/2, it seems that it is better to lose hope now than being rejected in the coming weeks or days.&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>I got into LSE UCL with like rank 3, 73%&nbsp; [/quote]<br>I also received my LSE offer in mid-January. If Cambridge rejects me, I'll have to go to LSE then. But I'm not really sure whether I'll be competitive enough for the Cambridge LLM admission
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