Deadline of LLM/


zhan
Hello!
When the deadlines of application in UK.
I going to apply for september 2018 in the middle of summer
So is it possible?
Thanks
Hello!
When the deadlines of application in UK.
I going to apply for september 2018 in the middle of summer
So is it possible?
Thanks
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Mombastic
Hello!
When the deadlines of application in UK.
I going to apply for september 2018 in the middle of summer
So is it possible?
Thanks


Google them for each Uni.
[quote]Hello!
When the deadlines of application in UK.
I going to apply for september 2018 in the middle of summer
So is it possible?
Thanks[/quote]

Google them for each Uni.
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Yes you should google that, but apparently UCL is already full: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/laws/study/llm-master-laws/applying

Admission at LSE is on a rolling basis so I recommend you to call or email the Admissions Office to find out if they are still receiving applications.

In any case if you want to apply for the 2018/2019 period you should take an English test soon as you are required to prove your English proficiency (and also practice a lot as the level required is kind of high).

You should also take a look at other universities such as King's College, Queen Mary, etc.

Good luck!
Yes you should google that, but apparently UCL is already full: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/laws/study/llm-master-laws/applying

Admission at LSE is on a rolling basis so I recommend you to call or email the Admissions Office to find out if they are still receiving applications.

In any case if you want to apply for the 2018/2019 period you should take an English test soon as you are required to prove your English proficiency (and also practice a lot as the level required is kind of high).

You should also take a look at other universities such as King's College, Queen Mary, etc.

Good luck!
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Mombastic
Yes you should google that, but apparently UCL is already full: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/laws/study/llm-master-laws/applying

Admission at LSE is on a rolling basis so I recommend you to call or email the Admissions Office to find out if they are still receiving applications.

In any case if you want to apply for the 2018/2019 period you should take an English test soon as you are required to prove your English proficiency (and also practice a lot as the level required is kind of high).

You should also take a look at other universities such as King's College, Queen Mary, etc.

Good luck!


Further to francisco's post, I believe LSE is full already. Speaking from personal experience, last year I applied in late Feb and was put on a waiting list. But this should not put you down. On this forum, there is actually a thread on LSE/KCL/UCL/QML. Maybe ask our fellow peers there :)

[Edited by Mombastic on May 01, 2018]

[quote]Yes you should google that, but apparently UCL is already full: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/laws/study/llm-master-laws/applying

Admission at LSE is on a rolling basis so I recommend you to call or email the Admissions Office to find out if they are still receiving applications.

In any case if you want to apply for the 2018/2019 period you should take an English test soon as you are required to prove your English proficiency (and also practice a lot as the level required is kind of high).

You should also take a look at other universities such as King's College, Queen Mary, etc.

Good luck![/quote]

Further to francisco's post, I believe LSE is full already. Speaking from personal experience, last year I applied in late Feb and was put on a waiting list. But this should not put you down. On this forum, there is actually a thread on LSE/KCL/UCL/QML. Maybe ask our fellow peers there :)
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