Edinburgh LLM Applicants 2019/2020


SamF
Always Edinburgh!

Hey. Does anyone have any idea of whether Edinburgh is better or Nottingham?
Always Edinburgh!

[quote]Hey. Does anyone have any idea of whether Edinburgh is better or Nottingham? [/quote]
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Karabas03
Anyone with offer here?
Anyone with offer here?
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SamF
Yeap. 95% that I'll be heading to Edinburgh this September.

Anyone with offer here?
Yeap. 95% that I'll be heading to Edinburgh this September.

[quote]Anyone with offer here?[/quote]
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Karabas03
Yeap. 95% that I'll be heading to Edinburgh this September.

Anyone with offer here?


Congrats! What is your program? How long did it take to get an offer from Edinburgh?
[quote]Yeap. 95% that I'll be heading to Edinburgh this September.

[quote]Anyone with offer here?[/quote][/quote]

Congrats! What is your program? How long did it take to get an offer from Edinburgh?
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SamF
Thank you! Really excited, it is an outstanding university.

LLM in Comparative and European Private Law. Decision made a month since submission, really great timing.


Yeap. 95% that I'll be heading to Edinburgh this September.

Anyone with offer here?


Congrats! What is your program? How long did it take to get an offer from Edinburgh?
Thank you! Really excited, it is an outstanding university.

LLM in Comparative and European Private Law. Decision made a month since submission, really great timing.



[quote][quote]Yeap. 95% that I'll be heading to Edinburgh this September.

[quote]Anyone with offer here?[/quote][/quote]

Congrats! What is your program? How long did it take to get an offer from Edinburgh?[/quote]
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Hi, everyone, congrats on your offers! I also have an offer for the general LLM - I am mostly interested in international law, but I wanted to be able to choose courses freely. I also have a MA Human Rights offer from UCL. What do you think is better? It's probably important to mention that my current major isn't law, although all my extracurricular activities are PIL related.
Hi, everyone, congrats on your offers! I also have an offer for the general LLM - I am mostly interested in international law, but I wanted to be able to choose courses freely. I also have a MA Human Rights offer from UCL. What do you think is better? It's probably important to mention that my current major isn't law, although all my extracurricular activities are PIL related.
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mamouren
Hi, everyone, congrats on your offers! I also have an offer for the general LLM - I am mostly interested in international law, but I wanted to be able to choose courses freely. I also have a MA Human Rights offer from UCL. What do you think is better? It's probably important to mention that my current major isn't law, although all my extracurricular activities are PIL related.


If you have a non-law first degree, a MA does not add much for your legal career, but a LLM demonstrates that you are qualified for law profession in the future.
[quote]Hi, everyone, congrats on your offers! I also have an offer for the general LLM - I am mostly interested in international law, but I wanted to be able to choose courses freely. I also have a MA Human Rights offer from UCL. What do you think is better? It's probably important to mention that my current major isn't law, although all my extracurricular activities are PIL related.[/quote]

If you have a non-law first degree, a MA does not add much for your legal career, but a LLM demonstrates that you are qualified for law profession in the future.
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Bonni95
Hi everyone! I have completed my application at the end of last month, but last week I received a message about one of the documents I submitted. After providing clarification, they accepted the document and I received another email stating that generally it takes 4-6 weeks to process my application.

In two weeks, I have deadlines to accepting other offers. I have contacted the university myself, but did anyone have a similar experience? I was under the impression that it would take 4-6 weeks for them to make a decision. Now I received an update about the documents after 4-6 weeks and it looks like I might have to wait for at least another month for the decision? This seems a bit unlikely to me since the applications for the program have been closed for several weeks and some others already received a rejection.

Another small question: does the university have some rather common conditions in their offers? Some universities seem to repeat their application requirements in their conditional offers while other offers I received only focus on obtaining a degree and a certain result in an English proficiency test. Thanks in advance!
Hi everyone! I have completed my application at the end of last month, but last week I received a message about one of the documents I submitted. After providing clarification, they accepted the document and I received another email stating that generally it takes 4-6 weeks to process my application.

In two weeks, I have deadlines to accepting other offers. I have contacted the university myself, but did anyone have a similar experience? I was under the impression that it would take 4-6 weeks for them to make a decision. Now I received an update about the documents after 4-6 weeks and it looks like I might have to wait for at least another month for the decision? This seems a bit unlikely to me since the applications for the program have been closed for several weeks and some others already received a rejection.

Another small question: does the university have some rather common conditions in their offers? Some universities seem to repeat their application requirements in their conditional offers while other offers I received only focus on obtaining a degree and a certain result in an English proficiency test. Thanks in advance!
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Dear Bonni95

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

If you can email us at pg.law.enquiries@ed.ac.uk with your student number (UUN), we can have a look at your application and advise when the admissions team are likely to respond.
Dear Bonni95

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

If you can email us at pg.law.enquiries@ed.ac.uk with your student number (UUN), we can have a look at your application and advise when the admissions team are likely to respond.
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