LLM UCL 2013-14


Marsellus
Hi NorwegianWood

On June/2012 I sent an email to admissions office stating that I would not be able to take up my place at the start of the academic year (september/2012) due to family issues, so I requested a deferral until the following academic year.

one week later, the graduate office answered me informing that my deferral to September 2013 had been granted

Good luck!

Hi NorwegianWood

On June/2012 I sent an email to admissions office stating that I would not be able to take up my place at the start of the academic year (september/2012) due to family issues, so I requested a deferral until the following academic year.

one week later, the graduate office answered me informing that my deferral to September 2013 had been granted

Good luck!
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Thank you very much, Marsellus!

That gives me hope that they'll consider my request sympathetically.
Thank you very much, Marsellus!

That gives me hope that they'll consider my request sympathetically.
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gamey
Hello! I was wondering if there are still other people waiting for a response from UCL. I applied almost 6 weeks ago, which is quite late, I know, but as long as they have extended the deadline for the applications I imagine that there are still places left...
Hello! I was wondering if there are still other people waiting for a response from UCL. I applied almost 6 weeks ago, which is quite late, I know, but as long as they have extended the deadline for the applications I imagine that there are still places left...
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RIT
Hiiii I really cant tell exactly how many seats would be left but I can assure you of one thing that at least one seat would be available as I would not be accepting my place at UCL.
Hiiii I really cant tell exactly how many seats would be left but I can assure you of one thing that at least one seat would be available as I would not be accepting my place at UCL.
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mcal0019
Is anybody looking to get a number of people together for a flat share?
Is anybody looking to get a number of people together for a flat share?
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Mcal - interesting you should post that. I've applied for a place in the Student Houses but lately I've been wondering if that might be the best fit for me. What has propelled your decision to rent privately (if you don't mind me asking)?
Mcal - interesting you should post that. I've applied for a place in the Student Houses but lately I've been wondering if that might be the best fit for me. What has propelled your decision to rent privately (if you don't mind me asking)?
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mcal0019
purplebutterfly - Have also applied for student digs but from what I've heard getting a place (if you are not a 1st year undergrad) is unlikely. Speaking to landlords, seems many have decided that they would rather rent the flat as a whole instead of individual rooms. Student housing lets you know whether you have a place by mid July (if you have an unconditional) so thought I'd throw the idea out there.
purplebutterfly - Have also applied for student digs but from what I've heard getting a place (if you are not a 1st year undergrad) is unlikely. Speaking to landlords, seems many have decided that they would rather rent the flat as a whole instead of individual rooms. Student housing lets you know whether you have a place by mid July (if you have an unconditional) so thought I'd throw the idea out there.
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gamey
Hiiii I really cant tell exactly how many seats would be left but I can assure you of one thing that at least one seat would be available as I would not be accepting my place at UCL.


Thank you for your answer. I have actually received a conditional offer from UCL 2 days after my post, which is really exciting.
<blockquote>Hiiii I really cant tell exactly how many seats would be left but I can assure you of one thing that at least one seat would be available as I would not be accepting my place at UCL.</blockquote>

Thank you for your answer. I have actually received a conditional offer from UCL 2 days after my post, which is really exciting.
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Hey everybody,
I'm interested in a specialism in international law (and maybe in additional courses in gender law) and got accepted by a couple of universities. However, I'm not quite sure wether to choose ucl or soas. ucl, as far as I see, doesn't have any gender law lectures, but does anyone have information on the pib courses? are there profs, which have a critical and maybe not too eurocentric approach, or is it rather mainstream?
thanks for your help :-)
Hey everybody,
I'm interested in a specialism in international law (and maybe in additional courses in gender law) and got accepted by a couple of universities. However, I'm not quite sure wether to choose ucl or soas. ucl, as far as I see, doesn't have any gender law lectures, but does anyone have information on the pib courses? are there profs, which have a critical and maybe not too eurocentric approach, or is it rather mainstream?
thanks for your help :-)
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gamey
Hello again! I know that the following question has been posted some time ago, but I did not see any answer to it so: do you know if there is necessary to remain in London during the dissertation period (from mid-June to mid-September)?
Hello again! I know that the following question has been posted some time ago, but I did not see any answer to it so: do you know if there is necessary to remain in London during the dissertation period (from mid-June to mid-September)?
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mcal0019
Unfortunately I just read that the university expects you to be in full attendance until September and personally hand in your dissertation to the faculty.
Unfortunately I just read that the university expects you to be in full attendance until September and personally hand in your dissertation to the faculty.
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