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I applied to quml on 3rd january but have not heard anything.

I applied to quml on 3rd january but have not heard anything.
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NaSa19

Hello guys, congrats to those who have been admitted to LSE. I too also applied to LSE in Nov 2015. Would you mind telling me when the deadline for your response of acceptance/refusal of the LSE offer is?

Thanks guys!!!

Hello guys, congrats to those who have been admitted to LSE. I too also applied to LSE in Nov 2015. Would you mind telling me when the deadline for your response of acceptance/refusal of the LSE offer is?

Thanks guys!!!
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jacksontt

Same here. If yo have news please let me know.

Same here. If yo have news please let me know.
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jacksontt

Hi, dis anybody knows if the Pre-sessional Programmes offered by LSE replace the score of the IELTS?

Hi, dis anybody knows if the Pre-sessional Programmes offered by LSE replace the score of the IELTS?
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mgpf89

Hello guys, congrats to those who have been admitted to LSE. I too also applied to LSE in Nov 2015. Would you mind telling me when the deadline for your response of acceptance/refusal of the LSE offer is?

Thanks guys!!!


It doesn't say exactly. The Financial Undertaking Form must be submitted before July 30. The offer pack says 6 weeks to accept the offer... but it must be counted from the time you receive the actual offer in the mail.

<blockquote>Hello guys, congrats to those who have been admitted to LSE. I too also applied to LSE in Nov 2015. Would you mind telling me when the deadline for your response of acceptance/refusal of the LSE offer is?

Thanks guys!!!</blockquote>

It doesn't say exactly. The Financial Undertaking Form must be submitted before July 30. The offer pack says 6 weeks to accept the offer... but it must be counted from the time you receive the actual offer in the mail.

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nina999

Hi guys, I apologies if my question is stupid, but I'm not familiar with this application thing. When I started my application process to KCL I read that references are no longer required. Did I get something wrong or one does not have to provide academic references any more?

Hi guys, I apologies if my question is stupid, but I'm not familiar with this application thing. When I started my application process to KCL I read that references are no longer required. Did I get something wrong or one does not have to provide academic references any more?
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Zakara

Hi guys, I apologies if my question is stupid, but I'm not familiar with this application thing. When I started my application process to KCL I read that references are no longer required. Did I get something wrong or one does not have to provide academic references any more?


An Admission Officer told me "We do not require references for the LL.M. programme. We will only request a reference in borderlie cases."

Best of luck to you!

<blockquote>Hi guys, I apologies if my question is stupid, but I'm not familiar with this application thing. When I started my application process to KCL I read that references are no longer required. Did I get something wrong or one does not have to provide academic references any more? </blockquote>

An Admission Officer told me "We do not require references for the LL.M. programme. We will only request a reference in borderlie cases."

Best of luck to you!
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NaSa19

Hello guys, congrats to those who have been admitted to LSE. I too also applied to LSE in Nov 2015. Would you mind telling me when the deadline for your response of acceptance/refusal of the LSE offer is?

Thanks guys!!!


It doesn't say exactly. The Financial Undertaking Form must be submitted before July 30. The offer pack says 6 weeks to accept the offer... but it must be counted from the time you receive the actual offer in the mail.



Thank you!

<blockquote><blockquote>Hello guys, congrats to those who have been admitted to LSE. I too also applied to LSE in Nov 2015. Would you mind telling me when the deadline for your response of acceptance/refusal of the LSE offer is?

Thanks guys!!!</blockquote>

It doesn't say exactly. The Financial Undertaking Form must be submitted before July 30. The offer pack says 6 weeks to accept the offer... but it must be counted from the time you receive the actual offer in the mail.

</blockquote>

Thank you!
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Tanvi_K

Anybody heard from qmul?


I applied on 19th October and received a conditional offer on 5th November

<blockquote>Anybody heard from qmul?</blockquote>

I applied on 19th October and received a conditional offer on 5th November
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nina999

Hi guys, I apologies if my question is stupid, but I'm not familiar with this application thing. When I started my application process to KCL I read that references are no longer required. Did I get something wrong or one does not have to provide academic references any more?


An Admission Officer told me "We do not require references for the LL.M. programme. We will only request a reference in borderlie cases."

Best of luck to you!


Thank you so much on your answer. I have few more questions:
Am I little late with my application? I was convinced I have plenty of time until I read on this forum that people submitted their applications months ago. So now I'm a bit nervous. Should I maybe wait and apply next year on time? And if I try now and they reject me, can I try nex year again, or one can not apply more than once?
I have GPA that equivalence 2:1 honorous degree, and i have one year of work experience in law firm as a trainee lawyer. I'm planning to apply to KCL and QMUL, do you think I stand a chance with these schools?
And one more thing- I didn't yet have a chance to do IELTS exam, can I submit my application anyway and submit my resoults afterwards? Do I reduce my chances of getting in with doing that?
I'm sorry if my questions are dumb, but I'm new to all of this and bit confused

<blockquote><blockquote>Hi guys, I apologies if my question is stupid, but I'm not familiar with this application thing. When I started my application process to KCL I read that references are no longer required. Did I get something wrong or one does not have to provide academic references any more? </blockquote>

An Admission Officer told me "We do not require references for the LL.M. programme. We will only request a reference in borderlie cases."

Best of luck to you!</blockquote>

Thank you so much on your answer. I have few more questions:
Am I little late with my application? I was convinced I have plenty of time until I read on this forum that people submitted their applications months ago. So now I'm a bit nervous. Should I maybe wait and apply next year on time? And if I try now and they reject me, can I try nex year again, or one can not apply more than once?
I have GPA that equivalence 2:1 honorous degree, and i have one year of work experience in law firm as a trainee lawyer. I'm planning to apply to KCL and QMUL, do you think I stand a chance with these schools?
And one more thing- I didn't yet have a chance to do IELTS exam, can I submit my application anyway and submit my resoults afterwards? Do I reduce my chances of getting in with doing that?
I'm sorry if my questions are dumb, but I'm new to all of this and bit confused
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NaSa19

Hello guys, congrats to those who have been admitted to LSE. I too also applied to LSE in Nov 2015. Would you mind telling me when the deadline for your response of acceptance/refusal of the LSE offer is?

Thanks guys!!!


It doesn't say exactly. The Financial Undertaking Form must be submitted before July 30. The offer pack says 6 weeks to accept the offer... but it must be counted from the time you receive the actual offer in the mail.



Thank you!


Hello,

My friend just received an unconditional offer from LSE yesterday !!! the Tracker said that the offer letter was sent on 14 Jan and may take 28 days to reach her address - which is way too long !

However she doesnt quite understand what to do next ! They asked for copies of proof of her degree and at the same time a certified copy of her transcript ! Are those two different?

I would appreciate your comment ! Thanks guys!

<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Hello guys, congrats to those who have been admitted to LSE. I too also applied to LSE in Nov 2015. Would you mind telling me when the deadline for your response of acceptance/refusal of the LSE offer is?

Thanks guys!!!</blockquote>

It doesn't say exactly. The Financial Undertaking Form must be submitted before July 30. The offer pack says 6 weeks to accept the offer... but it must be counted from the time you receive the actual offer in the mail.

</blockquote>

Thank you! </blockquote>

Hello,

My friend just received an unconditional offer from LSE yesterday !!! the Tracker said that the offer letter was sent on 14 Jan and may take 28 days to reach her address - which is way too long !

However she doesnt quite understand what to do next ! They asked for copies of proof of her degree and at the same time a certified copy of her transcript ! Are those two different?

I would appreciate your comment ! Thanks guys!
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mgpf89

Hello guys, congrats to those who have been admitted to LSE. I too also applied to LSE in Nov 2015. Would you mind telling me when the deadline for your response of acceptance/refusal of the LSE offer is?

Thanks guys!!!


It doesn't say exactly. The Financial Undertaking Form must be submitted before July 30. The offer pack says 6 weeks to accept the offer... but it must be counted from the time you receive the actual offer in the mail.



Thank you!


Hello,

My friend just received an unconditional offer from LSE yesterday !!! the Tracker said that the offer letter was sent on 14 Jan and may take 28 days to reach her address - which is way too long !

However she doesnt quite understand what to do next ! They asked for copies of proof of her degree and at the same time a certified copy of her transcript ! Are those two different?

I would appreciate your comment ! Thanks guys!


Yes, they are different. One has all your grades, the other is just your official diploma. She has to send them via courier to LSE.

<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Hello guys, congrats to those who have been admitted to LSE. I too also applied to LSE in Nov 2015. Would you mind telling me when the deadline for your response of acceptance/refusal of the LSE offer is?

Thanks guys!!!</blockquote>

It doesn't say exactly. The Financial Undertaking Form must be submitted before July 30. The offer pack says 6 weeks to accept the offer... but it must be counted from the time you receive the actual offer in the mail.

</blockquote>

Thank you! </blockquote>

Hello,

My friend just received an unconditional offer from LSE yesterday !!! the Tracker said that the offer letter was sent on 14 Jan and may take 28 days to reach her address - which is way too long !

However she doesnt quite understand what to do next ! They asked for copies of proof of her degree and at the same time a certified copy of her transcript ! Are those two different?

I would appreciate your comment ! Thanks guys!</blockquote>

Yes, they are different. One has all your grades, the other is just your official diploma. She has to send them via courier to LSE.
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NaSa19

Hello guys, congrats to those who have been admitted to LSE. I too also applied to LSE in Nov 2015. Would you mind telling me when the deadline for your response of acceptance/refusal of the LSE offer is?

Thanks guys!!!


It doesn't say exactly. The Financial Undertaking Form must be submitted before July 30. The offer pack says 6 weeks to accept the offer... but it must be counted from the time you receive the actual offer in the mail.



Thank you!


Hello,

My friend just received an unconditional offer from LSE yesterday !!! the Tracker said that the offer letter was sent on 14 Jan and may take 28 days to reach her address - which is way too long !

However she doesnt quite understand what to do next ! They asked for copies of proof of her degree and at the same time a certified copy of her transcript ! Are those two different?

I would appreciate your comment ! Thanks guys!


Yes, they are different. One has all your grades, the other is just your official diploma. She has to send them via courier to LSE.


Thanks!!! By the way for unconditional offers, all needed to be sent are the transcript and diploma I am correct? Does my friend need to send the Proof of Degree Form which seems to be avilable online?

My friend said that she also has to (1) file the financial undertaking online, (2) accept the offer online. Is there anything else ?

<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Hello guys, congrats to those who have been admitted to LSE. I too also applied to LSE in Nov 2015. Would you mind telling me when the deadline for your response of acceptance/refusal of the LSE offer is?

Thanks guys!!!</blockquote>

It doesn't say exactly. The Financial Undertaking Form must be submitted before July 30. The offer pack says 6 weeks to accept the offer... but it must be counted from the time you receive the actual offer in the mail.

</blockquote>

Thank you! </blockquote>

Hello,

My friend just received an unconditional offer from LSE yesterday !!! the Tracker said that the offer letter was sent on 14 Jan and may take 28 days to reach her address - which is way too long !

However she doesnt quite understand what to do next ! They asked for copies of proof of her degree and at the same time a certified copy of her transcript ! Are those two different?

I would appreciate your comment ! Thanks guys!</blockquote>

Yes, they are different. One has all your grades, the other is just your official diploma. She has to send them via courier to LSE.</blockquote>

Thanks!!! By the way for unconditional offers, all needed to be sent are the transcript and diploma I am correct? Does my friend need to send the Proof of Degree Form which seems to be avilable online?

My friend said that she also has to (1) file the financial undertaking online, (2) accept the offer online. Is there anything else ?
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Jay19

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nina999

Hi guys, I apologies if my question is stupid, but I'm not familiar with this application thing. When I started my application process to KCL I read that references are no longer required. Did I get something wrong or one does not have to provide academic references any more?


An Admission Officer told me "We do not require references for the LL.M. programme. We will only request a reference in borderlie cases."

Best of luck to you!


Thank you so much on your answer. I have few more questions:
Am I little late with my application? I was convinced I have plenty of time until I read on this forum that people submitted their applications months ago. So now I'm a bit nervous. Should I maybe wait and apply next year on time? And if I try now and they reject me, can I try nex year again, or one can not apply more than once?
I have GPA that equivalence 2:1 honorous degree, and i have one year of work experience in law firm as a trainee lawyer. I'm planning to apply to KCL and QMUL, do you think I stand a chance with these schools?
And one more thing- I didn't yet have a chance to do IELTS exam, can I submit my application anyway and submit my resoults afterwards? Do I reduce my chances of getting in with doing that?
I'm sorry if my questions are dumb, but I'm new to all of this and bit confused

Anyone? :(

<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Hi guys, I apologies if my question is stupid, but I'm not familiar with this application thing. When I started my application process to KCL I read that references are no longer required. Did I get something wrong or one does not have to provide academic references any more? </blockquote>

An Admission Officer told me "We do not require references for the LL.M. programme. We will only request a reference in borderlie cases."

Best of luck to you!</blockquote>

Thank you so much on your answer. I have few more questions:
Am I little late with my application? I was convinced I have plenty of time until I read on this forum that people submitted their applications months ago. So now I'm a bit nervous. Should I maybe wait and apply next year on time? And if I try now and they reject me, can I try nex year again, or one can not apply more than once?
I have GPA that equivalence 2:1 honorous degree, and i have one year of work experience in law firm as a trainee lawyer. I'm planning to apply to KCL and QMUL, do you think I stand a chance with these schools?
And one more thing- I didn't yet have a chance to do IELTS exam, can I submit my application anyway and submit my resoults afterwards? Do I reduce my chances of getting in with doing that?
I'm sorry if my questions are dumb, but I'm new to all of this and bit confused</blockquote>
Anyone? :(
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Zakara

Hi guys, I apologies if my question is stupid, but I'm not familiar with this application thing. When I started my application process to KCL I read that references are no longer required. Did I get something wrong or one does not have to provide academic references any more?


An Admission Officer told me "We do not require references for the LL.M. programme. We will only request a reference in borderlie cases."

Best of luck to you!


Thank you so much on your answer. I have few more questions:
Am I little late with my application? I was convinced I have plenty of time until I read on this forum that people submitted their applications months ago. So now I'm a bit nervous. Should I maybe wait and apply next year on time? And if I try now and they reject me, can I try nex year again, or one can not apply more than once?
I have GPA that equivalence 2:1 honorous degree, and i have one year of work experience in law firm as a trainee lawyer. I'm planning to apply to KCL and QMUL, do you think I stand a chance with these schools?
And one more thing- I didn't yet have a chance to do IELTS exam, can I submit my application anyway and submit my resoults afterwards? Do I reduce my chances of getting in with doing that?
I'm sorry if my questions are dumb, but I'm new to all of this and bit confused

Anyone? :(


Hello nina999,

1. you are not late at all. You do indeed still have plenty of time. If you want to study at KCL you can do so this year.

2. I think it is possible to apply again if they were to reject you; look it up on their homepage.

3. As to your qualifications I think you should be fine. You stand chances both at KCL and at QMUL.

4. You should be able to submit your IELTS results after your application. You may then receive a conditional offer but your chances should not be slimmed by that.

Good luck.

ZAKARA

<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Hi guys, I apologies if my question is stupid, but I'm not familiar with this application thing. When I started my application process to KCL I read that references are no longer required. Did I get something wrong or one does not have to provide academic references any more? </blockquote>

An Admission Officer told me "We do not require references for the LL.M. programme. We will only request a reference in borderlie cases."

Best of luck to you!</blockquote>

Thank you so much on your answer. I have few more questions:
Am I little late with my application? I was convinced I have plenty of time until I read on this forum that people submitted their applications months ago. So now I'm a bit nervous. Should I maybe wait and apply next year on time? And if I try now and they reject me, can I try nex year again, or one can not apply more than once?
I have GPA that equivalence 2:1 honorous degree, and i have one year of work experience in law firm as a trainee lawyer. I'm planning to apply to KCL and QMUL, do you think I stand a chance with these schools?
And one more thing- I didn't yet have a chance to do IELTS exam, can I submit my application anyway and submit my resoults afterwards? Do I reduce my chances of getting in with doing that?
I'm sorry if my questions are dumb, but I'm new to all of this and bit confused</blockquote>
Anyone? :(</blockquote>

Hello nina999,

1. you are not late at all. You do indeed still have plenty of time. If you want to study at KCL you can do so this year.

2. I think it is possible to apply again if they were to reject you; look it up on their homepage.

3. As to your qualifications I think you should be fine. You stand chances both at KCL and at QMUL.

4. You should be able to submit your IELTS results after your application. You may then receive a conditional offer but your chances should not be slimmed by that.

Good luck.

ZAKARA
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Anyone heard anything from KCL and QMUL? My document status at KCLs app tracker changed on Friday. According to this, my documents are suitable to proceed with assessment. Do you know how long it will take from this step to the final decision?

(as a note: I applied on 3rd/4th January)

Anyone heard anything from KCL and QMUL? My document status at KCLs app tracker changed on Friday. According to this, my documents are suitable to proceed with assessment. Do you know how long it will take from this step to the final decision?

(as a note: I applied on 3rd/4th January)
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Zakara

Anyone heard anything from KCL and QMUL? My document status at KCLs app tracker changed on Friday. According to this, my documents are suitable to proceed with assessment. Do you know how long it will take from this step to the final decision?

(as a note: I applied on 3rd/4th January)


Yes, I was made an unconditional offer by UCL today. It took them exactly six weeks and two days ("UCL Portal"-Email on 8 December 2015).

KCL took about two weeks to make me an offer.

Good luck,
ZAKARA

<blockquote>Anyone heard anything from KCL and QMUL? My document status at KCLs app tracker changed on Friday. According to this, my documents are suitable to proceed with assessment. Do you know how long it will take from this step to the final decision?

(as a note: I applied on 3rd/4th January)</blockquote>

Yes, I was made an unconditional offer by UCL today. It took them exactly six weeks and two days ("UCL Portal"-Email on 8 December 2015).

KCL took about two weeks to make me an offer.

Good luck,
ZAKARA
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Thank you for your reply. Hope it Is not a bad sign.... Hopefully they only got too many applications during the holidays.

Thank you for your reply. Hope it Is not a bad sign.... Hopefully they only got too many applications during the holidays.
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Jjlawjj

Hi guys i need your help
I have applied to UCL last month. I do have a 2.1 classification from university of London international programs but unlike many of you not a high one. Although i have plenty of work experience and teaching experience at a law school. I really want to know where i stand because with all the dialogue here, i think my chances are extremely slim.

Hi guys i need your help
I have applied to UCL last month. I do have a 2.1 classification from university of London international programs but unlike many of you not a high one. Although i have plenty of work experience and teaching experience at a law school. I really want to know where i stand because with all the dialogue here, i think my chances are extremely slim.
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