LLM QMUL 2013-2014


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Hi everyone,

I know it's maybe not the right topic (wrong date entry but it seems the 2014/2015 doesn't exists yet!)

I received a conditional offer from QMUL stating that :

This offer is conditional upon successful completion of your Masters degree

My question is : do they pay attention to the score I will get ?
Because on their website, they provide some extra informations about different countries and score you SHOULD get in order to be eligible to be admitted... (like 14/20 average in my case)

But they do not specify any of this in my personal offer (>< KCL whose offer says " conditional upon completion of your Master Degree with an average score of 14/20)

What do you think?

Thanks!

Hi everyone,

I know it's maybe not the right topic (wrong date entry but it seems the 2014/2015 doesn't exists yet!)

I received a conditional offer from QMUL stating that :

This offer is conditional upon successful completion of your Masters degree

My question is : do they pay attention to the score I will get ?
Because on their website, they provide some extra informations about different countries and score you SHOULD get in order to be eligible to be admitted... (like 14/20 average in my case)

But they do not specify any of this in my personal offer (>< KCL whose offer says " conditional upon completion of your Master Degree with an average score of 14/20)

What do you think?

Thanks!
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dd14

I think it means that all you have to do is to pass your Master's Degree regardless of score average.

So as long as you don't fail your master's degree, you are in.
They've probably thought that your undergraduate degree is more important, hence the offer.

I think it means that all you have to do is to pass your Master's Degree regardless of score average.

So as long as you don't fail your master's degree, you are in.
They've probably thought that your undergraduate degree is more important, hence the offer.
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msahir1

Hey everyone! I've been admitted to the LLM Human Rights program at QMUL as well, but I'm enrolling late. I'll probably get there by Tuesday this week. I had some visa issues but now its all settled. Could someone tell me what's it like there? Since you guys have already started the course. I'm kind of nervous because I'll have to catch up now. Could you please tell me what the mode of teaching is? How many lectures and/or tutorials each week? I'm opting for International Human Rights Law, Rights of the Child and Human Rights and Terrorism. Also, how is the attendance marked, at lectures or tutorials, or both? I'm not sure whether the period I've missed right now will count as absent since some unis have minimum attendance policies in place. Hope to hear from someone soon. Thanx xx

Hey everyone! I've been admitted to the LLM Human Rights program at QMUL as well, but I'm enrolling late. I'll probably get there by Tuesday this week. I had some visa issues but now its all settled. Could someone tell me what's it like there? Since you guys have already started the course. I'm kind of nervous because I'll have to catch up now. Could you please tell me what the mode of teaching is? How many lectures and/or tutorials each week? I'm opting for International Human Rights Law, Rights of the Child and Human Rights and Terrorism. Also, how is the attendance marked, at lectures or tutorials, or both? I'm not sure whether the period I've missed right now will count as absent since some unis have minimum attendance policies in place. Hope to hear from someone soon. Thanx xx
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