Cambridge LLM 2019 - 2020 Applicants


IP92

It seems so

They changed the text on the tab on top of the Application Portal:

"The Graduate Admissions Office is currently working to a 15 working day turnaround time while we process a high volume of offers. Etc."

i'm guessing this means those of us who still are under department review should expect to see some changes after the initial March 1deadline?

It seems so
[quote]They changed the text on the tab on top of the Application Portal:

"The Graduate Admissions Office is currently working to a 15 working day turnaround time while we process a high volume of offers. Etc."

i'm guessing this means those of us who still are under department review should expect to see some changes after the initial March 1deadline?

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It seems so
They changed the text on the tab on top of the Application Portal:

"The Graduate Admissions Office is currently working to a 15 working day turnaround time while we process a high volume of offers. Etc."

i'm guessing this means those of us who still are under department review should expect to see some changes after the initial March 1deadline?



Changes as in positive changes?

[quote]It seems so
[quote]They changed the text on the tab on top of the Application Portal:

"The Graduate Admissions Office is currently working to a 15 working day turnaround time while we process a high volume of offers. Etc."

i'm guessing this means those of us who still are under department review should expect to see some changes after the initial March 1deadline?

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Changes as in positive changes?
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IP92

It might be any kind of change

It seems so
They changed the text on the tab on top of the Application Portal:

"The Graduate Admissions Office is currently working to a 15 working day turnaround time while we process a high volume of offers. Etc."

i'm guessing this means those of us who still are under department review should expect to see some changes after the initial March 1deadline?



Changes as in positive changes?

It might be any kind of change
[quote][quote]It seems so
[quote]They changed the text on the tab on top of the Application Portal:

"The Graduate Admissions Office is currently working to a 15 working day turnaround time while we process a high volume of offers. Etc."

i'm guessing this means those of us who still are under department review should expect to see some changes after the initial March 1deadline?

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Changes as in positive changes?[/quote]
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They changed the text on the tab on top of the Application Portal:

"The Graduate Admissions Office is currently working to a 15 working day turnaround time while we process a high volume of offers. Etc."

i'm guessing this means those of us who still are under department review should expect to see some changes after the initial March 1deadline?



Good spot!

[quote]They changed the text on the tab on top of the Application Portal:

"The Graduate Admissions Office is currently working to a 15 working day turnaround time while we process a high volume of offers. Etc."

i'm guessing this means those of us who still are under department review should expect to see some changes after the initial March 1deadline?

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Good spot!
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sd967

My application status changed to unsuccessful this morning. Good luck to all of you guys, and congrats to all those who were accepted. You will have an amazing experience !

My application status changed to unsuccessful this morning. Good luck to all of you guys, and congrats to all those who were accepted. You will have an amazing experience !
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They changed the text on the tab on top of the Application Portal:

"The Graduate Admissions Office is currently working to a 15 working day turnaround time while we process a high volume of offers. Etc."

i'm guessing this means those of us who still are under department review should expect to see some changes after the initial March 1deadline?



I might be reading too deeply into this but did anyone else notice their use of the word "offers" not decisions? Perhaps an oversight?

[quote]They changed the text on the tab on top of the Application Portal:

"The Graduate Admissions Office is currently working to a 15 working day turnaround time while we process a high volume of offers. Etc."

i'm guessing this means those of us who still are under department review should expect to see some changes after the initial March 1deadline?

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I might be reading too deeply into this but did anyone else notice their use of the word "offers" not decisions? Perhaps an oversight?
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IP92

Sorry to hear it.( Best of luck in all your future endeavours! Winners never quit because quitters never win! There are other universities and next year to apply to Cambridge!

My application status changed to unsuccessful this morning. Good luck to all of you guys, and congrats to all those who were accepted. You will have an amazing experience !

Sorry to hear it.( Best of luck in all your future endeavours! Winners never quit because quitters never win! There are other universities and next year to apply to Cambridge!
[quote]My application status changed to unsuccessful this morning. Good luck to all of you guys, and congrats to all those who were accepted. You will have an amazing experience ![/quote]
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tavi0101

My status just changed to unsuccessful too. Best wishes to the rest of you!

My status just changed to unsuccessful too. Best wishes to the rest of you!
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IP92

I think they just made a mistake and they actually mean a high volume of applications, not offers.

They changed the text on the tab on top of the Application Portal:

"The Graduate Admissions Office is currently working to a 15 working day turnaround time while we process a high volume of offers. Etc."

i'm guessing this means those of us who still are under department review should expect to see some changes after the initial March 1deadline?



I might be reading too deeply into this but did anyone else notice their use of the word "offers" not decisions? Perhaps an oversight?


I think they just made a mistake and they actually mean a high volume of applications, not offers.
[quote][quote]They changed the text on the tab on top of the Application Portal:

"The Graduate Admissions Office is currently working to a 15 working day turnaround time while we process a high volume of offers. Etc."

i'm guessing this means those of us who still are under department review should expect to see some changes after the initial March 1deadline?

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I might be reading too deeply into this but did anyone else notice their use of the word "offers" not decisions? Perhaps an oversight?[/quote]
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IP92

Best of luck to you!

My status just changed to unsuccessful too. Best wishes to the rest of you!

Best of luck to you!
[quote]My status just changed to unsuccessful too. Best wishes to the rest of you![/quote]
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newbieIB

Anyone else heard anything today? The wait is killing me!

Anyone else heard anything today? The wait is killing me!
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My status just changed to unsuccessful too.

My status just changed to unsuccessful too.
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newbieIB

My status just changed to unsuccessful too.


I am sorry to hear ... Well as someone has mentioned, winners never quit! Are you thinking of re-applying next year?

[quote]My status just changed to unsuccessful too. [/quote]

I am sorry to hear ... Well as someone has mentioned, winners never quit! Are you thinking of re-applying next year?
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Unsuccessful for LLM

Waiting for MCL

Unsuccessful for LLM

Waiting for MCL
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Naz Khan

Unsuccessful guys.

Good luck to all those remaining!

Unsuccessful guys.

Good luck to all those remaining!
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Unsuccessful guys.

Good luck to all those remaining!



I guess we will be in London toooogether

[quote]Unsuccessful guys.

Good luck to all those remaining![/quote]


I guess we will be in London toooogether
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IP92

Best of luck to you in London, guys! We never know what is best in a long-term perspective. May be in London you will find enormous opportunities that you would not find in Cambridge!

Best of luck to you in London, guys! We never know what is best in a long-term perspective. May be in London you will find enormous opportunities that you would not find in Cambridge!
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NB27

My status just changed to unsuccessful.

Good luck to everyone!!

My status just changed to unsuccessful.

Good luck to everyone!!
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IP92

I am still under review by the department, by the way.
Has anybody's status changed to GAO today?

I am still under review by the department, by the way.
Has anybody's status changed to GAO today?
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Harvey Spe...

Totally agree. The Cambridge LLM is a lecture based degree, which allows you to learn something but it is definitely not as intense as some small group courses at LSE. Of course, the brand name is still an asset, but the networking opportunities that London offers are at least as good as that. In sum, I would choose LSE over Cambridge if I wanted to do a UK LLM. Heads up. :)


Best of luck to you in London, guys! We never know what is best in a long-term perspective. May be in London you will find enormous opportunities that you would not find in Cambridge!

[Edited by Harvey Specter on Feb 26, 2019]

Totally agree. The Cambridge LLM is a lecture based degree, which allows you to learn something but it is definitely not as intense as some small group courses at LSE. Of course, the brand name is still an asset, but the networking opportunities that London offers are at least as good as that. In sum, I would choose LSE over Cambridge if I wanted to do a UK LLM. Heads up. :)


[quote]Best of luck to you in London, guys! We never know what is best in a long-term perspective. May be in London you will find enormous opportunities that you would not find in Cambridge! [/quote]
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