Cambridge LLM 2015-16


petitjaune
I got it too.
The email says that it is sent to all those who applied for an eligible course and that it is unrelated to the application process. I wouldn't read anything into it.
I got it too.
The email says that it is sent to all those who applied for an eligible course and that it is unrelated to the application process. I wouldn't read anything into it.
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imnc
Have you all received the funding email about 1-2 hours ago? just wondering whether it's an automated one going to everyone or not :S since it's a bit weird asking us to apply for funding since we could be rejected in a few days :S


No, I do not have such an email : Can you tell us what the email is for

I have not applied for funding
<blockquote>Have you all received the funding email about 1-2 hours ago? just wondering whether it's an automated one going to everyone or not :S since it's a bit weird asking us to apply for funding since we could be rejected in a few days :S</blockquote>

No, I do not have such an email : Can you tell us what the email is for

I have not applied for funding
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law01
Have you all received the funding email about 1-2 hours ago? just wondering whether it's an automated one going to everyone or not :S since it's a bit weird asking us to apply for funding since we could be rejected in a few days :S


No, I do not have such an email : Can you tell us what the email is for

I have not applied for funding


I have not applied for funding either :S this is the email: (it is also addressed to me + gives me a password at the end to sign in the links provided)
...

The University has a number of bursaries of £10,000 available for students taking postgraduate taught courses during 2015/16. You have been sent this email because you have applied for a place on an eligible course and may therefore be eligible for a bursary.

These bursaries are funded jointly by the University and HEFCE and are in addition to any funding awarded by the Cambridge Trust, the Newton College Masters scheme or other funding body. If you apply for and receive one of these bursaries you are still eligible for consideration for other funding schemes.

The bursaries will be awarded to students who meet particular eligibility criteria relating to background and financial need. To apply for a bursary you should complete and submit this online form by 9am on 23rd March 2015

Bursary applications will be considered separately to applications for other funding and will have no bearing on your application to a course of study at the University, although you must accept a place on an eligible course to receive the bursary should you be awarded one.

If you have any queries about these bursaries, or your eligibility, please contact Kerri Gardiner at Kerri.Gardiner@admin.cam.ac.uk

Please log in (details provided below) to fill in the application form
<blockquote><blockquote>Have you all received the funding email about 1-2 hours ago? just wondering whether it's an automated one going to everyone or not :S since it's a bit weird asking us to apply for funding since we could be rejected in a few days :S</blockquote>

No, I do not have such an email : Can you tell us what the email is for

I have not applied for funding</blockquote>

I have not applied for funding either :S this is the email: (it is also addressed to me + gives me a password at the end to sign in the links provided)
...

The University has a number of bursaries of £10,000 available for students taking postgraduate taught courses during 2015/16. You have been sent this email because you have applied for a place on an eligible course and may therefore be eligible for a bursary.

These bursaries are funded jointly by the University and HEFCE and are in addition to any funding awarded by the Cambridge Trust, the Newton College Masters scheme or other funding body. If you apply for and receive one of these bursaries you are still eligible for consideration for other funding schemes.

The bursaries will be awarded to students who meet particular eligibility criteria relating to background and financial need. To apply for a bursary you should complete and submit this online form by 9am on 23rd March 2015

Bursary applications will be considered separately to applications for other funding and will have no bearing on your application to a course of study at the University, although you must accept a place on an eligible course to receive the bursary should you be awarded one.

If you have any queries about these bursaries, or your eligibility, please contact Kerri Gardiner at Kerri.Gardiner@admin.cam.ac.uk

Please log in (details provided below) to fill in the application form

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law01
I got it too.
The email says that it is sent to all those who applied for an eligible course and that it is unrelated to the application process. I wouldn't read anything into it.


it doesn't say it's unrelated to the application process though :s even though i assume you are right
<blockquote>I got it too.
The email says that it is sent to all those who applied for an eligible course and that it is unrelated to the application process. I wouldn't read anything into it. </blockquote>

it doesn't say it's unrelated to the application process though :s even though i assume you are right
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paxromana
I got it too.
The email says that it is sent to all those who applied for an eligible course and that it is unrelated to the application process. I wouldn't read anything into it.


it doesn't say it's unrelated to the application process though :s even though i assume you are right


Though I had applied for funding from the Cambridge Trust, I haven't received any such email. Guess it's being sent to a particular class of applicants.
<blockquote><blockquote>I got it too.
The email says that it is sent to all those who applied for an eligible course and that it is unrelated to the application process. I wouldn't read anything into it. </blockquote>

it doesn't say it's unrelated to the application process though :s even though i assume you are right</blockquote>

Though I had applied for funding from the Cambridge Trust, I haven't received any such email. Guess it's being sent to a particular class of applicants.
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craigrden
I got it too.
The email says that it is sent to all those who applied for an eligible course and that it is unrelated to the application process. I wouldn't read anything into it.


it doesn't say it's unrelated to the application process though :s even though i assume you are right


Though I had applied for funding from the Cambridge Trust, I haven't received any such email. Guess it's being sent to a particular class of applicants.


The same is true for me.
<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>I got it too.
The email says that it is sent to all those who applied for an eligible course and that it is unrelated to the application process. I wouldn't read anything into it. </blockquote>

it doesn't say it's unrelated to the application process though :s even though i assume you are right</blockquote>

Though I had applied for funding from the Cambridge Trust, I haven't received any such email. Guess it's being sent to a particular class of applicants.</blockquote>

The same is true for me.
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paxromana
So, there was a BoGS Meeting scheduled for today (http://www.admin.cam.ac.uk/offices/gradstud/meetings/pdf/meetingdates201415.pdf) Let's hope they have taken a call and the offers will be sent out soon.
So, there was a BoGS Meeting scheduled for today (http://www.admin.cam.ac.uk/offices/gradstud/meetings/pdf/meetingdates201415.pdf) Let's hope they have taken a call and the offers will be sent out soon.

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UltraVires
Yeap got the bursary email, I feel as though I saw a similar discussion on the previous year's thread and it turned out to be unrelated to the eventual outcome of the application. Or maybe I'm just not allowing myself to get my hopes up.
Yeap got the bursary email, I feel as though I saw a similar discussion on the previous year's thread and it turned out to be unrelated to the eventual outcome of the application. Or maybe I'm just not allowing myself to get my hopes up.
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Nana89
Could it just be something that´s sent out to all the UK/Commonwealth applicants? I didn´t get one but as a EU student I´m probably not going to be eligible for a lot of the schemes.
Could it just be something that´s sent out to all the UK/Commonwealth applicants? I didn´t get one but as a EU student I´m probably not going to be eligible for a lot of the schemes.
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Nana89
By the way, talked to the admissions today and they said that they will start making offers later this week.
By the way, talked to the admissions today and they said that they will start making offers later this week.
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Nana89
Now I don´t know if that means that some rejections have already been made..
Now I don´t know if that means that some rejections have already been made..
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galli
I got it too.
The email says that it is sent to all those who applied for an eligible course and that it is unrelated to the application process. I wouldn't read anything into it.


it doesn't say it's unrelated to the application process though :s even though i assume you are right


Though I had applied for funding from the Cambridge Trust, I haven't received any such email. Guess it's being sent to a particular class of applicants.


The same is true for me.


Now I don´t know if that means that some rejections have already been made..


I haven't received any e-mail and my status still remains unchanged in awaiting decision by department (MCL applicant from South America).

So now I'm just trying not to freak out with the possibility of not getting in... if they will start making decisions later this week I guess my status should have to be at the "BoGS" stage at this point, right?
<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>I got it too.
The email says that it is sent to all those who applied for an eligible course and that it is unrelated to the application process. I wouldn't read anything into it. </blockquote>

it doesn't say it's unrelated to the application process though :s even though i assume you are right</blockquote>

Though I had applied for funding from the Cambridge Trust, I haven't received any such email. Guess it's being sent to a particular class of applicants.</blockquote>

The same is true for me.</blockquote>

<blockquote>Now I don´t know if that means that some rejections have already been made..
</blockquote>

I haven't received any e-mail and my status still remains unchanged in awaiting decision by department (MCL applicant from South America).

So now I'm just trying not to freak out with the possibility of not getting in... if they will start making decisions later this week I guess my status should have to be at the "BoGS" stage at this point, right?
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law01
I got it too.
The email says that it is sent to all those who applied for an eligible course and that it is unrelated to the application process. I wouldn't read anything into it.


it doesn't say it's unrelated to the application process though :s even though i assume you are right


Though I had applied for funding from the Cambridge Trust, I haven't received any such email. Guess it's being sent to a particular class of applicants.


The same is true for me.


Now I don´t know if that means that some rejections have already been made..


I haven't received any e-mail and my status still remains unchanged in awaiting decision by department (MCL applicant from South America).

So now I'm just trying not to freak out with the possibility of not getting in... if they will start making decisions later this week I guess my status should have to be at the "BoGS" stage at this point, right?



Not really as (1) most of us are still on 'awaiting consideration' (2) when you get to BoGS basically means you are in
<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>I got it too.
The email says that it is sent to all those who applied for an eligible course and that it is unrelated to the application process. I wouldn't read anything into it. </blockquote>

it doesn't say it's unrelated to the application process though :s even though i assume you are right</blockquote>

Though I had applied for funding from the Cambridge Trust, I haven't received any such email. Guess it's being sent to a particular class of applicants.</blockquote>

The same is true for me.</blockquote>

<blockquote>Now I don´t know if that means that some rejections have already been made..
</blockquote>

I haven't received any e-mail and my status still remains unchanged in awaiting decision by department (MCL applicant from South America).

So now I'm just trying not to freak out with the possibility of not getting in... if they will start making decisions later this week I guess my status should have to be at the "BoGS" stage at this point, right?</blockquote>


Not really as (1) most of us are still on 'awaiting consideration' (2) when you get to BoGS basically means you are in
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galli
I got it too.
The email says that it is sent to all those who applied for an eligible course and that it is unrelated to the application process. I wouldn't read anything into it.


it doesn't say it's unrelated to the application process though :s even though i assume you are right


Though I had applied for funding from the Cambridge Trust, I haven't received any such email. Guess it's being sent to a particular class of applicants.


The same is true for me.


Now I don´t know if that means that some rejections have already been made..


I haven't received any e-mail and my status still remains unchanged in awaiting decision by department (MCL applicant from South America).

So now I'm just trying not to freak out with the possibility of not getting in... if they will start making decisions later this week I guess my status should have to be at the "BoGS" stage at this point, right?



Not really as (1) most of us are still on 'awaiting consideration' (2) when you get to BoGS basically means you are in


well, let us hope then :) good luck everyone!
<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>I got it too.
The email says that it is sent to all those who applied for an eligible course and that it is unrelated to the application process. I wouldn't read anything into it. </blockquote>

it doesn't say it's unrelated to the application process though :s even though i assume you are right</blockquote>

Though I had applied for funding from the Cambridge Trust, I haven't received any such email. Guess it's being sent to a particular class of applicants.</blockquote>

The same is true for me.</blockquote>

<blockquote>Now I don´t know if that means that some rejections have already been made..
</blockquote>

I haven't received any e-mail and my status still remains unchanged in awaiting decision by department (MCL applicant from South America).

So now I'm just trying not to freak out with the possibility of not getting in... if they will start making decisions later this week I guess my status should have to be at the "BoGS" stage at this point, right?</blockquote>


Not really as (1) most of us are still on 'awaiting consideration' (2) when you get to BoGS basically means you are in</blockquote>

well, let us hope then :) good luck everyone!
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petitjaune
I got it too.
The email says that it is sent to all those who applied for an eligible course and that it is unrelated to the application process. I wouldn't read anything into it.


it doesn't say it's unrelated to the application process though :s even though i assume you are right


The email plainly says that "Bursary applications will ... have no bearing on your application to a course of study at the University".

Also - having just filled out the application, it is plainly geared towards UK and possibly EEA/Commonwealth students. It asks about undergraduate funding from local authorities etc. It would plainly not be relevant for international students.

I really wouldn't read anything into this email. I think it was simple sent to all UK-based LLM applicants.
<blockquote><blockquote>I got it too.
The email says that it is sent to all those who applied for an eligible course and that it is unrelated to the application process. I wouldn't read anything into it. </blockquote>

it doesn't say it's unrelated to the application process though :s even though i assume you are right</blockquote>

The email plainly says that "Bursary applications will ... have no bearing on your application to a course of study at the University".

Also - having just filled out the application, it is plainly geared towards UK and possibly EEA/Commonwealth students. It asks about undergraduate funding from local authorities etc. It would plainly not be relevant for international students.

I really wouldn't read anything into this email. I think it was simple sent to all UK-based LLM applicants.
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EPLDA
I got it too.
The email says that it is sent to all those who applied for an eligible course and that it is unrelated to the application process. I wouldn't read anything into it.


it doesn't say it's unrelated to the application process though :s even though i assume you are right


The email plainly says that "Bursary applications will ... have no bearing on your application to a course of study at the University".

Also - having just filled out the application, it is plainly geared towards UK and possibly EEA/Commonwealth students. It asks about undergraduate funding from local authorities etc. It would plainly not be relevant for international students.

I really wouldn't read anything into this email. I think it was simple sent to all UK-based LLM applicants.


Would be helpful if others could confirm this observation! I'm an Asian LLM applicant, applied for funding but didn't get the email.

Do hope the results will be out very soon, the wait is agonizing. Best of luck to all!
<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>I got it too.
The email says that it is sent to all those who applied for an eligible course and that it is unrelated to the application process. I wouldn't read anything into it. </blockquote>

it doesn't say it's unrelated to the application process though :s even though i assume you are right</blockquote>

The email plainly says that "Bursary applications will ... have no bearing on your application to a course of study at the University".

Also - having just filled out the application, it is plainly geared towards UK and possibly EEA/Commonwealth students. It asks about undergraduate funding from local authorities etc. It would plainly not be relevant for international students.

I really wouldn't read anything into this email. I think it was simple sent to all UK-based LLM applicants. </blockquote>

Would be helpful if others could confirm this observation! I'm an Asian LLM applicant, applied for funding but didn't get the email.

Do hope the results will be out very soon, the wait is agonizing. Best of luck to all!
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law01
I got it too.
The email says that it is sent to all those who applied for an eligible course and that it is unrelated to the application process. I wouldn't read anything into it.


it doesn't say it's unrelated to the application process though :s even though i assume you are right


The email plainly says that "Bursary applications will ... have no bearing on your application to a course of study at the University".

Also - having just filled out the application, it is plainly geared towards UK and possibly EEA/Commonwealth students. It asks about undergraduate funding from local authorities etc. It would plainly not be relevant for international students.

I really wouldn't read anything into this email. I think it was simple sent to all UK-based LLM applicants.


Would be helpful if others could confirm this observation! I'm an Asian LLM applicant, applied for funding but didn't get the email.

Do hope the results will be out very soon, the wait is agonizing. Best of luck to all!



yep petitjaune is right, it's only targeted to EU students so no need to worry :) would be nice though if a couple of EU/UK students could give us a confirmation of this :p
<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>I got it too.
The email says that it is sent to all those who applied for an eligible course and that it is unrelated to the application process. I wouldn't read anything into it. </blockquote>

it doesn't say it's unrelated to the application process though :s even though i assume you are right</blockquote>

The email plainly says that "Bursary applications will ... have no bearing on your application to a course of study at the University".

Also - having just filled out the application, it is plainly geared towards UK and possibly EEA/Commonwealth students. It asks about undergraduate funding from local authorities etc. It would plainly not be relevant for international students.

I really wouldn't read anything into this email. I think it was simple sent to all UK-based LLM applicants. </blockquote>

Would be helpful if others could confirm this observation! I'm an Asian LLM applicant, applied for funding but didn't get the email.

Do hope the results will be out very soon, the wait is agonizing. Best of luck to all!</blockquote>


yep petitjaune is right, it's only targeted to EU students so no need to worry :) would be nice though if a couple of EU/UK students could give us a confirmation of this :p
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Sorry to cause more confusion, but I'm a UK applicant and I haven't received the funding email...(although, to confuse things further....I go to university in the Netherlands, not the UK).

Still 'awaiting consideration'...
Sorry to cause more confusion, but I'm a UK applicant and I haven't received the funding email...(although, to confuse things further....I go to university in the Netherlands, not the UK).

Still 'awaiting consideration'...
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Nana89
I´m an EU student and I didn´t get one. It´s most likely for UK/Commonwealth applicants since they have their own bursaries for which the rest of us are not eligible.
I´m an EU student and I didn´t get one. It´s most likely for UK/Commonwealth applicants since they have their own bursaries for which the rest of us are not eligible.
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Nana89
Hahah well you never know. Not worth stressing over either way. We will know soon enough :)
Hahah well you never know. Not worth stressing over either way. We will know soon enough :)
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