KCL LLM applicants 2022/23


kaoboy_007

Hello,

I applied to KCL on November 4.

Any chance I can expect a reply by Dec 7?

Thanks,
R


I don’t know if this will be any help, but I applied October 18th and still have not received any updates. It has been almost 5 weeks since I have submitted my application and I have not been given any replies from the admissions team.


Thanks Hennyy. 

I was really hoping to get an update by Dec 7, which is the 'national' deadline for the Commonwealth Scholarships (for India). I had applied to Kings a couple of years back for a Masters' in Nuclear Physics, and had got an offer 2 months after submitting my application. Guess, I'll have to wait till January to get an acceptance/reject!


[quote][quote]Hello,<br><br>I applied to KCL on November 4.<br><br>Any chance I can expect a reply by Dec 7?<br><br>Thanks,<br>R [/quote]<br><br>I don’t know if this will be any help, but I applied October 18th and still have not received any updates. It has been almost 5 weeks since I have submitted my application and I have not been given any replies from the admissions team. [/quote]<br><br>Thanks Hennyy.&nbsp;<br><br>I was really hoping to get an update by Dec 7, which is the 'national' deadline for the Commonwealth Scholarships (for India). I had applied to Kings a couple of years back for a Masters' in Nuclear Physics, and had got an offer 2 months after submitting my application. Guess, I'll have to wait till January to get an acceptance/reject!<br><br><br>
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seriouslyl...

Hello,

I applied to KCL on November 4.

Any chance I can expect a reply by Dec 7?

Thanks,
R


I don’t know if this will be any help, but I applied October 18th and still have not received any updates. It has been almost 5 weeks since I have submitted my application and I have not been given any replies from the admissions team.


Same here, I applied on the same day and till now no updates, except one of my document says 'ok to review'

[quote][quote]Hello,<br><br>I applied to KCL on November 4.<br><br>Any chance I can expect a reply by Dec 7?<br><br>Thanks,<br>R [/quote]<br><br>I don’t know if this will be any help, but I applied October 18th and still have not received any updates. It has been almost 5 weeks since I have submitted my application and I have not been given any replies from the admissions team. [/quote]<br><br>Same here, I applied on the same day and till now no updates, except one of my document says 'ok to review'
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cychang

Did you get any updates for your application?or it’s still too early?
hi guys! applications opened on october 18th. I applied as soon as it opened. :) hope we all get the offers we want!

nope i have not been given any updates on my application. however, i did read through some forums/threads from previous masters applicants to kcl and those who applied in october were contacted in november and given an offer or rejected. the earliest i saw someone receiving an update was exactly three weeks after they sent in their application in october. i’ve already received an unconditional offer from QMUL to do my LLM but i’m waiting on KCL because its my dream course. i’ll let you guys know once i get an update


Hi, nice to meet you. I have also applied to KCL in late October but still haven't got any responses. 

May i ask if QMUL sets any deadline in the letter to accept their offer. Many thanks!

[quote][quote]Did you get any updates for your application?or it’s still too early?[quote]hi guys! applications opened on october 18th. I applied as soon as it opened. :) hope we all get the offers we want! [/quote] [/quote]<br>nope i have not been given any updates on my application. however, i did read through some forums/threads from previous masters applicants to kcl and those who applied in october were contacted in november and given an offer or rejected. the earliest i saw someone receiving an update was exactly three weeks after they sent in their application in october. i’ve already received an unconditional offer from QMUL to do my LLM but i’m waiting on KCL because its my dream course. i’ll let you guys know once i get an update [/quote]<br><br>Hi, nice to meet you. I have also applied to KCL in late October but still haven't got any responses.&nbsp;<br><br>May i ask if QMUL sets any deadline in the letter to accept their offer. Many thanks!
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Inactive User

Did you get any updates for your application?or it’s still too early?

nope i have not been given any updates on my application. however, i did read through some forums/threads from previous masters applicants to kcl and those who applied in october were contacted in november and given an offer or rejected. the earliest i saw someone receiving an update was exactly three weeks after they sent in their application in october. i’ve already received an unconditional offer from QMUL to do my LLM but i’m waiting on KCL because its my dream course. i’ll let you guys know once i get an update


Hi, nice to meet you. I have also applied to KCL in late October but still haven't got any responses. 

May i ask if QMUL sets any deadline in the letter to accept their offer. Many thanks!


sorry i made another account. yes they do have a deadline to accept - i was made an unconditional offer the 3rd of November and I have to accept by 28th December. If i don’t get a reply from KCL i will just accept the QM offer and then probably withdraw if I do manage to get an unconditional from KCL

[quote][quote][quote]Did you get any updates for your application?or it’s still too early?[quote]hi guys! applications opened on october 18th. I applied as soon as it opened. :) hope we all get the offers we want! [/quote] [/quote]<br>nope i have not been given any updates on my application. however, i did read through some forums/threads from previous masters applicants to kcl and those who applied in october were contacted in november and given an offer or rejected. the earliest i saw someone receiving an update was exactly three weeks after they sent in their application in october. i’ve already received an unconditional offer from QMUL to do my LLM but i’m waiting on KCL because its my dream course. i’ll let you guys know once i get an update [/quote]<br><br>Hi, nice to meet you. I have also applied to KCL in late October but still haven't got any responses.&nbsp;<br><br>May i ask if QMUL sets any deadline in the letter to accept their offer. Many thanks! [/quote]<br><br>sorry i made another account. yes they do have a deadline to accept - i was made an unconditional offer the 3rd of November and I have to accept by 28th December. If i don’t get a reply from KCL i will just accept the QM offer and then probably withdraw if I do manage to get an unconditional from KCL
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MEP

hi! I applied on November 10th. Anyone else? just to keep up with the receipt of offers 

hi! I applied on November 10th. Anyone else? just to keep up with the receipt of offers&nbsp;
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GMM1990

I applied to KCL on 15 November and haven't heard anything back yet.

I applied to KCL on 15 November and haven't heard anything back yet.<br>
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Inactive User

I wonder when we’ll start to get offers/rejections, since its December next week. They said its a 4-6 weeks wait but longer during their busy periods. Since I applied October 18th its approaching 6 weeks on Monday. I’ll probably send them a message via Kings Apply next week to ask for an update.

I wonder when we’ll start to get offers/rejections, since its December next week. They said its a 4-6 weeks wait but longer during their busy periods. Since I applied October 18th its approaching 6 weeks on Monday. I’ll probably send them a message via Kings Apply next week to ask for an update.
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Thib98

Hey everyone, 

Could someone help me with the following question: 
I am a student from Belgium with a master's degree in law with an average of 77% ("with  great distinction"). 
The website requires for Belgian students: "Licentiate and other two cycle diplomas with final grade of 77.5% (with distinction); 15.5 out of 20".
So, according to the website, 77.5% means passing "with distinction", while in Belgium that is considered as "with great distinction". 
Does anyone have an idea if I meet the entry requirements with my master degree?
Thanks! 




Hey everyone,&nbsp;<br><br>Could someone help me with the following question:&nbsp;<div><br></div><div>I am a student from Belgium with a master's degree in law with an average of 77% ("with &nbsp;great distinction").&nbsp;</div><div><br></div><div>The website requires for Belgian students: "Licentiate and other two cycle diplomas with final grade of 77.5% (with distinction); 15.5 out of 20".</div><div><br></div><div>So, according to the website, 77.5% means passing "with distinction", while in Belgium that is considered as "with great distinction".&nbsp;</div><div><br></div><div>Does anyone have an idea if I meet the entry requirements with my master degree?</div><div><br>Thanks!&nbsp;</div><br><br><br><br><br>
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Inactive User

Hey everyone, 

Could someone help me with the following question: 
I am a student from Belgium with a master's degree in law with an average of 77% ("with  great distinction"). 
The website requires for Belgian students: "Licentiate and other two cycle diplomas with final grade of 77.5% (with distinction); 15.5 out of 20".
So, according to the website, 77.5% means passing "with distinction", while in Belgium that is considered as "with great distinction". 
Does anyone have an idea if I meet the entry requirements with my master degree?
Thanks! 





I’m not too sure, but I would say apply anyways since you’re not far off from the entry requirement? :)

[quote]Hey everyone,&nbsp;<br><br>Could someone help me with the following question:&nbsp;<div><br></div><div>I am a student from Belgium with a master's degree in law with an average of 77% ("with &nbsp;great distinction").&nbsp;</div><div><br></div><div>The website requires for Belgian students: "Licentiate and other two cycle diplomas with final grade of 77.5% (with distinction); 15.5 out of 20".</div><div><br></div><div>So, according to the website, 77.5% means passing "with distinction", while in Belgium that is considered as "with great distinction".&nbsp;</div><div><br></div><div>Does anyone have an idea if I meet the entry requirements with my master degree?</div><div><br>Thanks!&nbsp;</div><br><br><br><br><br> [/quote]<br>I’m not too sure, but I would say apply anyways since you’re not far off from the entry requirement? :)
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seriouslyl...

Hey everyone, 

Could someone help me with the following question: 
I am a student from Belgium with a master's degree in law with an average of 77% ("with  great distinction"). 
The website requires for Belgian students: "Licentiate and other two cycle diplomas with final grade of 77.5% (with distinction); 15.5 out of 20".
So, according to the website, 77.5% means passing "with distinction", while in Belgium that is considered as "with great distinction". 
Does anyone have an idea if I meet the entry requirements with my master degree?
Thanks! 





I'm not too sure either, but I would say try emailing or calling them!

[quote]Hey everyone,&nbsp;<br><br>Could someone help me with the following question:&nbsp;<div><br></div><div>I am a student from Belgium with a master's degree in law with an average of 77% ("with &nbsp;great distinction").&nbsp;</div><div><br></div><div>The website requires for Belgian students: "Licentiate and other two cycle diplomas with final grade of 77.5% (with distinction); 15.5 out of 20".</div><div><br></div><div>So, according to the website, 77.5% means passing "with distinction", while in Belgium that is considered as "with great distinction".&nbsp;</div><div><br></div><div>Does anyone have an idea if I meet the entry requirements with my master degree?</div><div><br>Thanks!&nbsp;</div><br><br><br><br><br> [/quote]<br>I'm not too sure either, but I would say try emailing or calling them!
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CV129096

Hi Guys

I am applying for Law PhD and the only guidance for a research proposal that I can find is that it shouldn’t be more than 2 sides of an A4 page. Does that include your footnotes/references and bibliography? 

Would appreciate any help! 

Hi Guys<br><br>I am applying for Law PhD and the only guidance for a research proposal that I can find is that it shouldn’t be more than 2 sides of an A4 page. Does that include your footnotes/references and bibliography?&nbsp;<br><br>Would appreciate any help!&nbsp;
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CV129096

Hey everyone, 

Could someone help me with the following question: 
I am a student from Belgium with a master's degree in law with an average of 77% ("with  great distinction"). 
The website requires for Belgian students: "Licentiate and other two cycle diplomas with final grade of 77.5% (with distinction); 15.5 out of 20".
So, according to the website, 77.5% means passing "with distinction", while in Belgium that is considered as "with great distinction". 
Does anyone have an idea if I meet the entry requirements with my master degree?
Thanks! 


I think that may be wrong or outdated, since I found some other typos as well, for example they will consider merit as 70% on one page and 69% on another. Just go ahead and apply, you definitely meet the requirements. 

[quote]Hey everyone,&nbsp;<br><br>Could someone help me with the following question:&nbsp;<div><br></div><div>I am a student from Belgium with a master's degree in law with an average of 77% ("with &nbsp;great distinction").&nbsp;</div><div><br></div><div>The website requires for Belgian students: "Licentiate and other two cycle diplomas with final grade of 77.5% (with distinction); 15.5 out of 20".</div><div><br></div><div>So, according to the website, 77.5% means passing "with distinction", while in Belgium that is considered as "with great distinction".&nbsp;</div><div><br></div><div>Does anyone have an idea if I meet the entry requirements with my master degree?</div><div><br>Thanks!&nbsp;</div><br> [/quote]<br><br>I think that may be wrong or outdated, since I found some other typos as well, for example they will consider merit as 70% on one page and 69% on another. Just go ahead and apply, you definitely meet the requirements.&nbsp;
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Inactive User

Hi Guys

I am applying for Law PhD and the only guidance for a research proposal that I can find is that it shouldn’t be more than 2 sides of an A4 page. Does that include your footnotes/references and bibliography? 

Would appreciate any help! 

Honestly, it would probably be best if you email/call KCL in regards to this. Since this is a LLM applicant forum, I don’t know how much help we’d be unless another PhD applicant is able to reply!

[quote]Hi Guys<br><br>I am applying for Law PhD and the only guidance for a research proposal that I can find is that it shouldn’t be more than 2 sides of an A4 page. Does that include your footnotes/references and bibliography?&nbsp;<br><br>Would appreciate any help!&nbsp; [/quote]<br>Honestly, it would probably be best if you email/call KCL in regards to this. Since this is a LLM applicant forum, I don’t know how much help we’d be unless another PhD applicant is able to reply!
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Hello.
I want to apply to KCL for an LLM. I graduated this year with a high 2:1 (68%) but I got mid 2:2s in my first two years. The entry requirement says 65% across all years of study, so does this mean that I don't meet the requirements? I am an international student.

Hello.<br>I want to apply to KCL for an LLM. I graduated this year with a high 2:1 (68%) but I got mid 2:2s in my first two years. The entry requirement says 65% across all years of study, so does this mean that I don't meet the requirements? I am an international student.
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Inactive User

Hello.
I want to apply to KCL for an LLM. I graduated this year with a high 2:1 (68%) but I got mid 2:2s in my first two years. The entry requirement says 65% across all years of study, so does this mean that I don't meet the requirements? I am an international student.

its 65% overall across all three years so i’d say you meet the requirement. its based on your overall gpa

[quote]Hello.<br>I want to apply to KCL for an LLM. I graduated this year with a high 2:1 (68%) but I got mid 2:2s in my first two years. The entry requirement says 65% across all years of study, so does this mean that I don't meet the requirements? I am an international student. [/quote]<br>its 65% overall across all three years so i’d say you meet the requirement. its based on your overall gpa
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seriouslyl...

Today is exactly 6 weeks since I sent my application off but no update since then. Still says 'received and being processed'. Any ideas of what I should do? Should I try contacting them?

[Edited by seriouslylaw18 on Nov 29, 2021]

Today is exactly 6 weeks since I sent my application off but no update since then. Still says 'received and being processed'. Any ideas of what I should do? Should I try contacting them?
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KA943009

Today is exactly 6 weeks since I sent my application off but no update since then. Still says 'received and being processed'. Any ideas of what I should do? Should I try contacting them?


I think it makes sense to send them a query on when they're likely to release offers. The staff of many UK universities (including KCL) have been on strikes on and off due to pension and pay issues recently. This might be a reason for the delay, since it seems like it isn't typical that no one has heard back till December.

[quote]Today is exactly 6 weeks since I sent my application off but no update since then. Still says 'received and being processed'. Any ideas of what I should do? Should I try contacting them? [/quote]<br><br>I think it makes sense to send them a query on when they're likely to release offers. The staff of many UK universities (including KCL) have been on strikes on and off due to pension and pay issues recently. This might be a reason for the delay, since it seems like it isn't typical that no one has heard back till December.
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Inactive User

Today is exactly 6 weeks since I sent my application off but no update since then. Still says 'received and being processed'. Any ideas of what I should do? Should I try contacting them?

I contacted them, but it said that it takes them a week to reply to our Kings Apply messages. I guess its just a waiting game at this point

[quote]Today is exactly 6 weeks since I sent my application off but no update since then. Still says 'received and being processed'. Any ideas of what I should do? Should I try contacting them? [/quote]<br>I contacted them, but it said that it takes them a week to reply to our Kings Apply messages. I guess its just a waiting game at this point
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Inactive User

Just saw online there are going to be University strikes (this includes KCL) from Dec 1st - Dec 3rd, so if we don’t get a reply tomorrow, its most likely we’ll be getting a reply next week instead (if we messaged through Kings Apply)

Just saw online there are going to be University strikes (this includes KCL) from Dec 1st - Dec 3rd, so if we don’t get a reply tomorrow, its most likely we’ll be getting a reply next week instead (if we messaged through Kings Apply)
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tobokito

Just saw online there are going to be University strikes (this includes KCL) from Dec 1st - Dec 3rd, so if we don’t get a reply tomorrow, its most likely we’ll be getting a reply next week instead (if we messaged through Kings Apply)


is that any direct email address to the admission team that we can contact outside kings portal after applying? 


[quote]Just saw online there are going to be University strikes (this includes KCL) from Dec 1st - Dec 3rd, so if we don’t get a reply tomorrow, its most likely we’ll be getting a reply next week instead (if we messaged through Kings Apply) [/quote]<br><br>is that any direct email address to the admission team that we can contact outside kings portal after applying?&nbsp;<br><br><br>
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