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prashbez

Well my friend said that the Dover Street ones weren't that close to the Strand campus and the surrounding area wasn't that nice. Apparently it's more desolate at the Dover Street Apartments. In fact he got an apartment next to the Dover Street Apartments and he changed to a better location.

The Intercollegiate Halls are more expensive for sure. 1000 pounds is really expensive but are you sure it's that much? I thought they were much cheaper. Check out the prices in the My Digs brochure.

Lectures start on 22nd September, 2008. But my email says that I have to be in London by September 15, 2008. In fact I'm planning to be in London around 9th September because there's an International student orientation between 10th and 12th September. I'm still waiting for the hard copy unconditional offer to reach me.

There's a group for the KCL 2008-2009 LLM students on www.lawyrs.net. Come and join the group. :) I've put some links on that group, so you'll get a feedback on the accommodation.

Well my friend said that the Dover Street ones weren't that close to the Strand campus and the surrounding area wasn't that nice. Apparently it's more desolate at the Dover Street Apartments. In fact he got an apartment next to the Dover Street Apartments and he changed to a better location.

The Intercollegiate Halls are more expensive for sure. 1000 pounds is really expensive but are you sure it's that much? I thought they were much cheaper. Check out the prices in the My Digs brochure.

Lectures start on 22nd September, 2008. But my email says that I have to be in London by September 15, 2008. In fact I'm planning to be in London around 9th September because there's an International student orientation between 10th and 12th September. I'm still waiting for the hard copy unconditional offer to reach me.

There's a group for the KCL 2008-2009 LLM students on www.lawyrs.net. Come and join the group. :) I've put some links on that group, so you'll get a feedback on the accommodation.
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LJ

Cheers everyone,
With my unconditional offer I tried to apply for the accomodation, though the server would reject me. Further I read the conditions of eligibility and as I fould out I am not eligible since I applied and got accepted for part-time study.
Does anyone know if this is how it works? no full-time -no accomodation supporting?:))
Thanks LJ

Cheers everyone,
With my unconditional offer I tried to apply for the accomodation, though the server would reject me. Further I read the conditions of eligibility and as I fould out I am not eligible since I applied and got accepted for part-time study.
Does anyone know if this is how it works? no full-time -no accomodation supporting?:))
Thanks LJ
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There's a group for the KCL 2008-2009 LLM students on www.lawyrs.net. Come and join the group. :) I've put some links on that group, so you'll get a feedback on the accommodation.


The invite link for the KCL group is http://www.lawyrs.net/llmguide/43/

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There's a group for the KCL 2008-2009 LLM students on www.lawyrs.net. Come and join the group. :) I've put some links on that group, so you'll get a feedback on the accommodation. </blockquote>

The invite link for the KCL group is http://www.lawyrs.net/llmguide/43/
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ralf26

HI everybody,
I would like to apply one day to KCL, but do not know how realistic that is, as one takes into consideration the large volumes of applications KCL must receive. That is why it would help me a lot to hear from you who have either studied there or just recently been admitted there, what are your credentials, why do you think you were admitted? In my country they have a grading system of 0-5, (5 is top grade), so on that scale what should one's GPA at least be to become accepted? And for the LLM degrees, im especially interested in the competition law LLM, do one has to have already relevant work experience, or is it sufficient that one has completed the master and to apply directly after that?

This fall I will start my one year master and have just now completed my bachelor's degree. I wonder if I can compensate my average grades that I had during my bachelor studies with exceptional grades during my master? Im taking my master's degree in another country, but i guess KCL requires me still to send my bachelor grades as well?
Im very grateful for any answers, please help me on this one:).

HI everybody,
I would like to apply one day to KCL, but do not know how realistic that is, as one takes into consideration the large volumes of applications KCL must receive. That is why it would help me a lot to hear from you who have either studied there or just recently been admitted there, what are your credentials, why do you think you were admitted? In my country they have a grading system of 0-5, (5 is top grade), so on that scale what should one's GPA at least be to become accepted? And for the LLM degrees, im especially interested in the competition law LLM, do one has to have already relevant work experience, or is it sufficient that one has completed the master and to apply directly after that?

This fall I will start my one year master and have just now completed my bachelor's degree. I wonder if I can compensate my average grades that I had during my bachelor studies with exceptional grades during my master? Im taking my master's degree in another country, but i guess KCL requires me still to send my bachelor grades as well?
Im very grateful for any answers, please help me on this one:).
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ralf26

And I must still add that I'm seeking to apply for the academic year 2009-2010, so would it be a good timing if I submitted my application in January to have some relevant grades from my master's degree included in the application? Or is it even sensible for me to apply at this stage of my studies? Should I work more on my credentials, eg. getting relevant work experience and consequently not applying before for the academic year 2010-2011?

Thank you so much for any advice you might have regarding KCL competition law LLM or any other reputable competition LLM!!

And I must still add that I'm seeking to apply for the academic year 2009-2010, so would it be a good timing if I submitted my application in January to have some relevant grades from my master's degree included in the application? Or is it even sensible for me to apply at this stage of my studies? Should I work more on my credentials, eg. getting relevant work experience and consequently not applying before for the academic year 2010-2011?

Thank you so much for any advice you might have regarding KCL competition law LLM or any other reputable competition LLM!!
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