Edinburgh LLM Applicants 2019/2020


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I've submitted my application for the LLM in Innovation, Technology and the Law. Has anybody else applied?
I've submitted my application for the LLM in Innovation, Technology and the Law. Has anybody else applied?
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Tan D
I have.
I have.
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abcd_97
Has anyone gotten an offer from Edinburgh yet?
Has anyone gotten an offer from Edinburgh yet?
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Karabas03
I am in the process. Has anyone fully completed their "Employment" application page? It says it needs to be fully completed if it is "professional programme". I am confused whether tech LLM is considered professional or academic.
I am in the process. Has anyone fully completed their "Employment" application page? It says it needs to be fully completed if it is "professional programme". I am confused whether tech LLM is considered professional or academic.
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I'll submit my application in a few days (LL.M. International Law). Does anyone know (maybe from own experience) whether it is advisible to hand in more than one reference?
I'll submit my application in a few days (LL.M. International Law). Does anyone know (maybe from own experience) whether it is advisible to hand in more than one reference?
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Hi

My name is Ryan and I work for the Edinburgh Law School.

In regards to the 'Employment section, only work which you have been paid for should be added to this section. Other academic and voluntary work should be added to the 'Relevant Knowledge/Training Skills Section'

In regards to references, the admissions team will need to see one academic reference, which needs to be signed, dated and on institutional letter headed paper. More information can be found here: https://www.ed.ac.uk/studying/postgraduate/applying/your-application/references.

I hope this helps but if you have any questions on our postgraduate programmes, please contact us at pg.law.enquiries@ed.ac.uk.
Hi

My name is Ryan and I work for the Edinburgh Law School.

In regards to the 'Employment section, only work which you have been paid for should be added to this section. Other academic and voluntary work should be added to the 'Relevant Knowledge/Training Skills Section'

In regards to references, the admissions team will need to see one academic reference, which needs to be signed, dated and on institutional letter headed paper. More information can be found here: https://www.ed.ac.uk/studying/postgraduate/applying/your-application/references.

I hope this helps but if you have any questions on our postgraduate programmes, please contact us at pg.law.enquiries@ed.ac.uk.
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Thanks Ryan! This is very helpful and highly appreciated.
Thanks Ryan! This is very helpful and highly appreciated.
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abcd_97
Hi

My name is Ryan and I work for the Edinburgh Law School.

In regards to the 'Employment section, only work which you have been paid for should be added to this section. Other academic and voluntary work should be added to the 'Relevant Knowledge/Training Skills Section'

In regards to references, the admissions team will need to see one academic reference, which needs to be signed, dated and on institutional letter headed paper. More information can be found here: https://www.ed.ac.uk/studying/postgraduate/applying/your-application/references.

I hope this helps but if you have any questions on our postgraduate programmes, please contact us at pg.law.enquiries@ed.ac.uk.


Hey. Do you know when Edinburgh will start sending offers?
[quote]Hi

My name is Ryan and I work for the Edinburgh Law School.

In regards to the 'Employment section, only work which you have been paid for should be added to this section. Other academic and voluntary work should be added to the 'Relevant Knowledge/Training Skills Section'

In regards to references, the admissions team will need to see one academic reference, which needs to be signed, dated and on institutional letter headed paper. More information can be found here: https://www.ed.ac.uk/studying/postgraduate/applying/your-application/references.

I hope this helps but if you have any questions on our postgraduate programmes, please contact us at pg.law.enquiries@ed.ac.uk.[/quote]

Hey. Do you know when Edinburgh will start sending offers?
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HI

Some applicants will have received a decision on their application depending on their chosen programme of study and when they applied. If you can email us at pg.law.enquiries@ed.ac.uk with your student number, we can advise you on your application.

Kind regards
Ryan
HI

Some applicants will have received a decision on their application depending on their chosen programme of study and when they applied. If you can email us at pg.law.enquiries@ed.ac.uk with your student number, we can advise you on your application.

Kind regards
Ryan
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miki3999
Hi, I've applied for the LLM in Commercial Law before the January deadline. I have not received much information yet apart from two identical emails saying that there has been some progress; I received the second email week after the first one, so I guess that must have been some admin error.

However, I checked today and the application portal says that my application is "on hold." No idea if this is something positive or not haha

Good luck everyone with your apps!

[Edited by miki3999 on Feb 25, 2019]

Hi, I've applied for the LLM in Commercial Law before the January deadline. I have not received much information yet apart from two identical emails saying that there has been some progress; I received the second email week after the first one, so I guess that must have been some admin error.

However, I checked today and the application portal says that my application is "on hold." No idea if this is something positive or not haha

Good luck everyone with your apps!
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I received an offer for the LLM this morning! I applied in early January.

Best of luck everyone with your applications!

[Edited by doingalright39 on Feb 25, 2019]

I received an offer for the LLM this morning! I applied in early January.

Best of luck everyone with your applications!
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SamF
I received an offer for the LLM this morning! I applied in early January.

Best of luck everyone with your applications!


Congratulations! Which LLM did you apply for?
[quote]I received an offer for the LLM this morning! I applied in early January.

Best of luck everyone with your applications![/quote]

Congratulations! Which LLM did you apply for?
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Karabas03
Hi

My name is Ryan and I work for the Edinburgh Law School.

In regards to the 'Employment section, only work which you have been paid for should be added to this section. Other academic and voluntary work should be added to the 'Relevant Knowledge/Training Skills Section'

In regards to references, the admissions team will need to see one academic reference, which needs to be signed, dated and on institutional letter headed paper. More information can be found here: https://www.ed.ac.uk/studying/postgraduate/applying/your-application/references.

I hope this helps but if you have any questions on our postgraduate programmes, please contact us at pg.law.enquiries@ed.ac.uk.


Hi Ryan. Thanks, this is helpful. Does the same apply to references submitted online?
[quote]Hi

My name is Ryan and I work for the Edinburgh Law School.

In regards to the 'Employment section, only work which you have been paid for should be added to this section. Other academic and voluntary work should be added to the 'Relevant Knowledge/Training Skills Section'

In regards to references, the admissions team will need to see one academic reference, which needs to be signed, dated and on institutional letter headed paper. More information can be found here: https://www.ed.ac.uk/studying/postgraduate/applying/your-application/references.

I hope this helps but if you have any questions on our postgraduate programmes, please contact us at pg.law.enquiries@ed.ac.uk.[/quote]

Hi Ryan. Thanks, this is helpful. Does the same apply to references submitted online?
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I applied for the LLM in International Law.

Congratulations! Which LLM did you apply for?
I applied for the LLM in International Law.

[quote]Congratulations! Which LLM did you apply for?[/quote]
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Hi Ryan. Thanks, this is helpful. Does the same apply to references submitted online?


Hi Yagub_Z

If your referee is emailing the reference, they must send via their work email address. We do not accept references from personal email addresses.

I hope this helps but if you have any questions on our postgraduate programmes, please contact us at pg.law.enquiries@ed.ac.uk.

Ryan
[quote] Hi Ryan. Thanks, this is helpful. Does the same apply to references submitted online?[/quote]

Hi Yagub_Z

If your referee is emailing the reference, they must send via their work email address. We do not accept references from personal email addresses.

I hope this helps but if you have any questions on our postgraduate programmes, please contact us at pg.law.enquiries@ed.ac.uk.

Ryan
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Hi Ryan. Thanks, this is helpful. Does the same apply to references submitted online?


Hi Yagub_Z

If your referee is emailing the reference, they must send via their work email address. We do not accept references from personal email addresses.

I hope this helps but if you have any questions on our postgraduate programmes, please contact us at pg.law.enquiries@ed.ac.uk.

Ryan


Hi Ryan

Could you tell me what is the approximate size (number of students) of the LLM classroom?

Is this size inclusive of students from all specialisations each specialisation has a different size?
[quote][quote] Hi Ryan. Thanks, this is helpful. Does the same apply to references submitted online?[/quote]

Hi Yagub_Z

If your referee is emailing the reference, they must send via their work email address. We do not accept references from personal email addresses.

I hope this helps but if you have any questions on our postgraduate programmes, please contact us at pg.law.enquiries@ed.ac.uk.

Ryan[/quote]

Hi Ryan

Could you tell me what is the approximate size (number of students) of the LLM classroom?

Is this size inclusive of students from all specialisations each specialisation has a different size?
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IPlawman
I guys. I've got an offer from Edinburgh and was about to accept it ... until I found out that Edinburgh accepts G.P.A. only 3.0 which is very low in my country (I've got 3.8). What do you guys think? The only reason I choose Edinburgh is because it's cheaper than those in London. From what I know, Durham, Glasgow and Bristol require much higher G.P.A., most likely G.P.A. 3.3-3.4. If this is a good law school, why do they accept students that poor?
I guys. I've got an offer from Edinburgh and was about to accept it ... until I found out that Edinburgh accepts G.P.A. only 3.0 which is very low in my country (I've got 3.8). What do you guys think? The only reason I choose Edinburgh is because it's cheaper than those in London. From what I know, Durham, Glasgow and Bristol require much higher G.P.A., most likely G.P.A. 3.3-3.4. If this is a good law school, why do they accept students that poor?
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Hi Yagub_Z

Generally, we try to cap our classes between 20-25 students.

I hope this helps but if you have any questions on our postgraduate programmes, please contact us at pg.law.enquiries@ed.ac.uk.

Ryan
Hi Yagub_Z

Generally, we try to cap our classes between 20-25 students.

I hope this helps but if you have any questions on our postgraduate programmes, please contact us at pg.law.enquiries@ed.ac.uk.

Ryan
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I guys. I've got an offer from Edinburgh and was about to accept it ... until I found out that Edinburgh accepts G.P.A. only 3.0 which is very low in my country (I've got 3.8). What do you guys think? The only reason I choose Edinburgh is because it's cheaper than those in London. From what I know, Durham, Glasgow and Bristol require much higher G.P.A., most likely G.P.A. 3.3-3.4. If this is a good law school, why do they accept students that poor?


Dear IPlawman

Regarding our entry requirements, we require all applicants to have a minimum of a UK 2:1 honours degree or its international equivalent. Entry to our programmes is competitive, therefore meeting minimum requirements for consideration does not guarantee an offer of study.The University publishes information about entry requirements by country on the following web page: https://www.ed.ac.uk/studying/international/postgraduate-entry.

Please contact us if you have any questions about applying to studying with us.

Ryan, Edinburgh Law School, the University of Edinburgh
[quote]I guys. I've got an offer from Edinburgh and was about to accept it ... until I found out that Edinburgh accepts G.P.A. only 3.0 which is very low in my country (I've got 3.8). What do you guys think? The only reason I choose Edinburgh is because it's cheaper than those in London. From what I know, Durham, Glasgow and Bristol require much higher G.P.A., most likely G.P.A. 3.3-3.4. If this is a good law school, why do they accept students that poor?[/quote]

Dear IPlawman

Regarding our entry requirements, we require all applicants to have a minimum of a UK 2:1 honours degree or its international equivalent. Entry to our programmes is competitive, therefore meeting minimum requirements for consideration does not guarantee an offer of study.The University publishes information about entry requirements by country on the following web page: https://www.ed.ac.uk/studying/international/postgraduate-entry.

Please contact us if you have any questions about applying to studying with us.

Ryan, Edinburgh Law School, the University of Edinburgh
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abcd_97
Hey. Does anyone have any idea of whether Edinburgh is better or Nottingham?
Hey. Does anyone have any idea of whether Edinburgh is better or Nottingham?
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