KCL UCL QMUL LSE LLM 2016 2017 APPLICANTS


This forum has been created for all applicants to the LLM 2016-2017 at KCL, LSE, QMU and LSE.
This forum has been created for all applicants to the LLM 2016-2017 at KCL, LSE, QMU and LSE.
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smallflowe
Hello everyone! I have some questions about applying to KCL LLM and I hope one of you could answer. Is High School information mandatory to be filled in the online form (like, uploading the grades/transcript)? Will it be affecting my application in any way? I have e-mailed the admissions office a few days ago and I still haven't received a reply. Anyone who has been admitted / applied can answer these? ;(

Best of luck for everyone!
Hello everyone! I have some questions about applying to KCL LLM and I hope one of you could answer. Is High School information mandatory to be filled in the online form (like, uploading the grades/transcript)? Will it be affecting my application in any way? I have e-mailed the admissions office a few days ago and I still haven't received a reply. Anyone who has been admitted / applied can answer these? ;(

Best of luck for everyone!

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Hello everyone! I have some questions about applying to KCL LLM and I hope one of you could answer. Is High School information mandatory to be filled in the online form (like, uploading the grades/transcript)? Will it be affecting my application in any way? I have e-mailed the admissions office a few days ago and I still haven't received a reply. Anyone who has been admitted / applied can answer these? ;(

Best of luck for everyone!



As far as I know no High School transcripts need to be attached to your application.If the admissions office responds your e-mail please let us know.
<blockquote>Hello everyone! I have some questions about applying to KCL LLM and I hope one of you could answer. Is High School information mandatory to be filled in the online form (like, uploading the grades/transcript)? Will it be affecting my application in any way? I have e-mailed the admissions office a few days ago and I still haven't received a reply. Anyone who has been admitted / applied can answer these? ;(

Best of luck for everyone!

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As far as I know no High School transcripts need to be attached to your application.If the admissions office responds your e-mail please let us know.
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smallflowe
Hello everyone! I have some questions about applying to KCL LLM and I hope one of you could answer. Is High School information mandatory to be filled in the online form (like, uploading the grades/transcript)? Will it be affecting my application in any way? I have e-mailed the admissions office a few days ago and I still haven't received a reply. Anyone who has been admitted / applied can answer these? ;(

Best of luck for everyone!



As far as I know no High School transcripts need to be attached to your application.If the admissions office responds your e-mail please let us know.


Hi! Thanks for your reply. The admissions office replied to my e-mail yesterday stating that no High School transcripts required for postgraduate study :)
<blockquote><blockquote>Hello everyone! I have some questions about applying to KCL LLM and I hope one of you could answer. Is High School information mandatory to be filled in the online form (like, uploading the grades/transcript)? Will it be affecting my application in any way? I have e-mailed the admissions office a few days ago and I still haven't received a reply. Anyone who has been admitted / applied can answer these? ;(

Best of luck for everyone!

</blockquote>

As far as I know no High School transcripts need to be attached to your application.If the admissions office responds your e-mail please let us know.</blockquote>

Hi! Thanks for your reply. The admissions office replied to my e-mail yesterday stating that no High School transcripts required for postgraduate study :)
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Hi does anyone know what the UK 2:1 equivalent is for indian standards?

TIA!
Hi does anyone know what the UK 2:1 equivalent is for indian standards?

TIA!
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llmadvise
An upper-second (2:1) Degree is the equivalent of 60 -69 Percent. I suppose thats a First Class 60% in India.
An upper-second (2:1) Degree is the equivalent of 60 -69 Percent. I suppose that’s a First Class – 60% in India.
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marchino1
Hi guys,
one question: do you know the maxiumum lenght of the p.t. for KCL UCL QUEEN MARY and LSE? In relation to KCL and UCL the application portal states that you can write up to 4.000 (3.000 for UCl) but it allows you to upload a document if your p.t. is longer.
Thanks
Hi guys,
one question: do you know the maxiumum lenght of the p.t. for KCL UCL QUEEN MARY and LSE? In relation to KCL and UCL the application portal states that you can write up to 4.000 (3.000 for UCl) but it allows you to upload a document if your p.t. is longer.
Thanks
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Good morning everybody,
I'm an italian law graduate, working as trainee at a bank since Feb. 2015 (Graduated in Dec. 2014)
I've applied to all four of the above Universities, received an offer both from UCL and KCL, waiting (kinda hopelessly) for LSE. QMUL was sort of back up.
Now I'm a little panicking over the two offers I already have: considering the fact that I'm going to take the International Finance Law specialism what do you people think is the best choice?
Thank you all
Federico
Good morning everybody,
I'm an italian law graduate, working as trainee at a bank since Feb. 2015 (Graduated in Dec. 2014)
I've applied to all four of the above Universities, received an offer both from UCL and KCL, waiting (kinda hopelessly) for LSE. QMUL was sort of back up.
Now I'm a little panicking over the two offers I already have: considering the fact that I'm going to take the International Finance Law specialism what do you people think is the best choice?
Thank you all
Federico
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smallflowe
Hi guys,
one question: do you know the maxiumum lenght of the p.t. for KCL UCL QUEEN MARY and LSE? In relation to KCL and UCL the application portal states that you can write up to 4.000 (3.000 for UCl) but it allows you to upload a document if your p.t. is longer.
Thanks


Marchino1, I'm not sure about the maximum length, but I sent an approximately 5,600 characters (with spaces, around 4,700 without spaces) of personal statement to UCL and in the end I got an unconditional offer. Hope this helps. Good luck!
<blockquote>Hi guys,
one question: do you know the maxiumum lenght of the p.t. for KCL UCL QUEEN MARY and LSE? In relation to KCL and UCL the application portal states that you can write up to 4.000 (3.000 for UCl) but it allows you to upload a document if your p.t. is longer.
Thanks</blockquote>

Marchino1, I'm not sure about the maximum length, but I sent an approximately 5,600 characters (with spaces, around 4,700 without spaces) of personal statement to UCL and in the end I got an unconditional offer. Hope this helps. Good luck!
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Piky_88
Hi everybody!

I am an Italian junior lawyer and last month I sent my applications to LSE, UCL and KCL.

I have already received an unconditional offer from KCL, which I am due to accept or decline within April 2016 (so plenty of time).
Still no news from LSE and UCL :(

In the meantime, I'll take the chance to post some questions: perhaps we could help each other on these topics! :)

1) I plan to undertake a Corporate/Business Law LL.M.: which of the three universities do you think would be the best choice?

2) When it comes to accommodation: is it really worth it to apply for a room in a campus? They seem pretty expensive (at least 170 a week) and many of them have shared facilities..
I know some guys in London, who would rent me a room in a 3 rooms flat, for 500 a month. On the other hand, though, their house is in Wood Green, so I am afraid I would be a bit too much out of the university context..

Do you or people you know have any experience about that?
Hi everybody!

I am an Italian junior lawyer and last month I sent my applications to LSE, UCL and KCL.

I have already received an unconditional offer from KCL, which I am due to accept or decline within April 2016 (so plenty of time).
Still no news from LSE and UCL :(

In the meantime, I'll take the chance to post some questions: perhaps we could help each other on these topics! :)

1) I plan to undertake a Corporate/Business Law LL.M.: which of the three universities do you think would be the best choice?

2) When it comes to accommodation: is it really worth it to apply for a room in a campus? They seem pretty expensive (at least 170 a week) and many of them have shared facilities..
I know some guys in London, who would rent me a room in a 3 rooms flat, for 500 a month. On the other hand, though, their house is in Wood Green, so I am afraid I would be a bit too much out of the university context..

Do you or people you know have any experience about that?
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specter
Hey!

Congrats, man! I did also apply to KCL and LSE (today I received the 4th email). I got a problem with payment for Kings' application and it has been processing since friday. I am curious how long have u been waiting for a decision from them (?). I can't really wait for mine.

I apply for the same course: I think LSE is the best in this area.
Hey!

Congrats, man! I did also apply to KCL and LSE (today I received the 4th email). I got a problem with payment for Kings' application and it has been processing since friday. I am curious how long have u been waiting for a decision from them (?). I can't really wait for mine.

I apply for the same course: I think LSE is the best in this area.

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Hie,

Does anybody know if it is mandatory to submitt High School transcripts for the KCL application?
Hie,

Does anybody know if it is mandatory to submitt High School transcripts for the KCL application?
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Piky_88
@ Lawyer: no, it isn't!

@ specter: they were utterly fast, I sent the application on October, 30 and I got the offer on November, 4.. that's why I started wondering if KCL was really a good option: I mean, I am not a genius and mt CV is ok, but not the best you will ever find, so I was surprised that they offered me a place so fast!
@ Lawyer: no, it isn't!

@ specter: they were utterly fast, I sent the application on October, 30 and I got the offer on November, 4.. that's why I started wondering if KCL was really a good option: I mean, I am not a genius and mt CV is ok, but not the best you will ever find, so I was surprised that they offered me a place so fast!

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specter
Thank u very much for your respond! Wow, it is so fast. I did submit mine on Sutarday. I hope I will get an answer till the end of the week though.

I think both unis are comparable.
Thank u very much for your respond! Wow, it is so fast. I did submit mine on Sutarday. I hope I will get an answer till the end of the week though.

I think both unis are comparable.
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Piky_88
Well, let me know what happens, then! :)

Are you Italian, too?
Well, let me know what happens, then! :)

Are you Italian, too?
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specter
Sure, I will let u know (btw. today my student ID appeared).

No, I'm not. I come from Poland.
Sure, I will let u know (btw. today my student ID appeared).

No, I'm not. I come from Poland.

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TS_india
I have a toefl ibt score of 97 and my education had been in English throughout.. Do I stand a chance in any of these colleges?
I have a toefl ibt score of 97 and my education had been in English throughout.. Do I stand a chance in any of these colleges?
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mik_cy
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gnowk86
Anyone applying for the LSE Executive LLM programme?
Anyone applying for the LSE Executive LLM programme?
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Piky_88
Sure, I will let u know (btw. today my student ID appeared).

No, I'm not. I come from Poland.



UCL application was unsuccessful, I have just received the e-mail :(

Let's now wait for LSE..

Any news on your side?
<blockquote>Sure, I will let u know (btw. today my student ID appeared).

No, I'm not. I come from Poland.

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UCL application was unsuccessful, I have just received the e-mail :(

Let's now wait for LSE..

Any news on your side?
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