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LLM UCL / KCL / LSE / QMUL 2017-18


Hi there !

Let's discuss any topic relating to 2017-2018 LLM applications here for UCL, King's College, LSE and Queen Mary. Hopefully, we will get through these all together!

I'm planning on sending my application for these four by the end of October. I'll take the IELTS exam on the 29th of October. Do you guys know how long the universities take approximately to get in touch with you after sending the application? I'm also planning on applying for scholarships, which is why I'm planning on sending my applications this soon.

Thank you! And good luck to us!

[Edited by moiyasmon on Oct 12, 2016]

Hi there !

Let's discuss any topic relating to 2017-2018 LLM applications here for UCL, King's College, LSE and Queen Mary. Hopefully, we will get through these all together!

I'm planning on sending my application for these four by the end of October. I'll take the IELTS exam on the 29th of October. Do you guys know how long the universities take approximately to get in touch with you after sending the application? I'm also planning on applying for scholarships, which is why I'm planning on sending my applications this soon.

Thank you! And good luck to us!
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Anonimax
Hello !

I am currently a student at King's College London (LLM in International Financial Law). Last year we also had a single topic for UCL / KCL / LSE / QMUL.
I don't advice you to do so ! They are all different : selection criteria, number of students, spirit and so on.

I advice to create a specific discussion. I find strange that several top UK universities are together when there is a topic for each US university !

You will see it will be useful ! Good luck ;-)
Hello !

I am currently a student at King's College London (LLM in International Financial Law). Last year we also had a single topic for UCL / KCL / LSE / QMUL.
I don't advice you to do so ! They are all different : selection criteria, number of students, spirit and so on.

I advice to create a specific discussion. I find strange that several top UK universities are together when there is a topic for each US university !

You will see it will be useful ! Good luck ;-)
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HI!
I too am planning to apply to aforementioned universities, and hopefully get through any of them (preferably LSE). I am taking the IELTS exam on 29th October as well. But have the application process for 2017-2018 begun? I have not found any useful links!

Please guide me through.

Thanks and best wishes. :)
HI!
I too am planning to apply to aforementioned universities, and hopefully get through any of them (preferably LSE). I am taking the IELTS exam on 29th October as well. But have the application process for 2017-2018 begun? I have not found any useful links!

Please guide me through.

Thanks and best wishes. :)
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fh7
Hey there!

From what I've heard LSE starts giving out decisions in January mostly while UCL starts a bit earlier I think. Im planning to apply to those two and aim to send in my applications by mid November. I don't have to take an English language test thankfully.

P.S. I agree with Anonimax that we should have a separate topic for each of these universities just like for the US ones.
Hey there!

From what I've heard LSE starts giving out decisions in January mostly while UCL starts a bit earlier I think. Im planning to apply to those two and aim to send in my applications by mid November. I don't have to take an English language test thankfully.

P.S. I agree with Anonimax that we should have a separate topic for each of these universities just like for the US ones.
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Hi there !

Let's discuss any topic relating to 2017-2018 LLM applications here for UCL, King's College, LSE and Queen Mary. Hopefully, we will get through these all together!

I'm planning on sending my application for these four by the end of October. I'll take the IELTS exam on the 29th of October. Do you guys know how long the universities take approximately to get in touch with you after sending the application? I'm also planning on applying for scholarships, which is why I'm planning on sending my applications this soon.

Thank you! And good luck to us!


i have just made up my mind to do LLM from UK. I am a law graduate of 2003-2006 batch. Practising as an advocate in high court and supreme court in delhi and india.

scored 66 % from CCS University in Meerut, Yet to clear IELTS.

Any guidance as to what all i can get and how to go about it.

regards
rajiv virmani
9810731942
[quote]Hi there !

Let's discuss any topic relating to 2017-2018 LLM applications here for UCL, King's College, LSE and Queen Mary. Hopefully, we will get through these all together!

I'm planning on sending my application for these four by the end of October. I'll take the IELTS exam on the 29th of October. Do you guys know how long the universities take approximately to get in touch with you after sending the application? I'm also planning on applying for scholarships, which is why I'm planning on sending my applications this soon.

Thank you! And good luck to us![/quote]

i have just made up my mind to do LLM from UK. I am a law graduate of 2003-2006 batch. Practising as an advocate in high court and supreme court in delhi and india.

scored 66 % from CCS University in Meerut, Yet to clear IELTS.

Any guidance as to what all i can get and how to go about it.

regards
rajiv virmani
9810731942
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i have just made up my mind to do LLM from UK. I am a law graduate of 2003-2006 batch. Practising as an advocate in high court and supreme court in delhi and india.

scored 66 % from CCS University in Meerut, Yet to clear IELTS.

Any age barrier, i am 41.

Any guidance as to what all i can get and how to go about it.

regards
rajiv virmani
9810731942

[Edited by Rajiv Virmani on Oct 30, 2016]

i have just made up my mind to do LLM from UK. I am a law graduate of 2003-2006 batch. Practising as an advocate in high court and supreme court in delhi and india.

scored 66 % from CCS University in Meerut, Yet to clear IELTS.

Any age barrier, i am 41.

Any guidance as to what all i can get and how to go about it.

regards
rajiv virmani
9810731942
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a233
Also applying for those 4!
Also applying for those 4!
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Hello everyone!

I was wondering if sombody knows which university (KCL, UCL, LSE) is the best to specialize in corporate law?

Thanks!!

[Edited by Lawyer2017-1 on Nov 11, 2016]

Hello everyone!

I was wondering if sombody knows which university (KCL, UCL, LSE) is the best to specialize in corporate law?

Thanks!!
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I've just been offered a place at QMUL for public international law. However, I've applied to LSE as well and I'm worried I won't hear back for another 8 weeks - when the deadline for replying to QMUL is 4 weeks time! Is anyone else in a similar predicament?
I've just been offered a place at QMUL for public international law. However, I've applied to LSE as well and I'm worried I won't hear back for another 8 weeks - when the deadline for replying to QMUL is 4 weeks time! Is anyone else in a similar predicament?
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Has someone received an offer from Kings College already, how long did it take?

[Edited by LLM applicant 2017 on Nov 13, 2016]

Has someone received an offer from Kings College already, how long did it take?
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Hi Freyarhia.

I am in the same situation, I think I will accept the offer from QMUL
Hi Freyarhia.

I am in the same situation, I think I will accept the offer from QMUL
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Interesting! I think I will do the same, it would be too much of a risk to wait when I know I've been offered a place. What LLM have you applied for LLM Applicant 2017?
Interesting! I think I will do the same, it would be too much of a risk to wait when I know I've been offered a place. What LLM have you applied for LLM Applicant 2017?
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a233
I've just been offered a place at QMUL for public international law. However, I've applied to LSE as well and I'm worried I won't hear back for another 8 weeks - when the deadline for replying to QMUL is 4 weeks time! Is anyone else in a similar predicament?


For those who will also be applying for US Universities, how to manage the different timespan of acceptance (US univ. are not supposed to accept candidates at least until early 2017)?
[quote]I've just been offered a place at QMUL for public international law. However, I've applied to LSE as well and I'm worried I won't hear back for another 8 weeks - when the deadline for replying to QMUL is 4 weeks time! Is anyone else in a similar predicament?[/quote]

For those who will also be applying for US Universities, how to manage the different timespan of acceptance (US univ. are not supposed to accept candidates at least until early 2017)?
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Hi guys.

I'm planning on applying to LSE and KCL.

Can anyone inform me on the minimum TOEFL score I would have to reach to have a decent chance of admission?

According to the LSE website I should need the overall score of 7.5 in the IELTS but there is no mention of TOEFL.

Thanks!

[Edited by Tristan89 on Nov 15, 2016]

Hi guys.

I'm planning on applying to LSE and KCL.

Can anyone inform me on the minimum TOEFL score I would have to reach to have a decent chance of admission?

According to the LSE website I should need the overall score of 7.5 in the IELTS but there is no mention of TOEFL.

Thanks!
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idn4ihl
Hi guys!

I've applied for these four universities (LSE, KCL, UCL and QMUL), and I've received an offer from QMUL for an LLM in Public International Law a week after I've sent my application. I'm still waiting for the three others. Has anyone received any offer from LSE, KCL and/or UCL? :-) If yes, how long did it take to receive an offer?

Thank you very much and good luck to everyone!
Hi guys!

I've applied for these four universities (LSE, KCL, UCL and QMUL), and I've received an offer from QMUL for an LLM in Public International Law a week after I've sent my application. I'm still waiting for the three others. Has anyone received any offer from LSE, KCL and/or UCL? :-) If yes, how long did it take to receive an offer?

Thank you very much and good luck to everyone!
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Hi guys!

I've applied for these four universities (LSE, KCL, UCL and QMUL), and I've received an offer from QMUL for an LLM in Public International Law a week after I've sent my application. I'm still waiting for the three others. Has anyone received any offer from LSE, KCL and/or UCL? :-) If yes, how long did it take to receive an offer?

Thank you very much and good luck to everyone!


I've heard that LSE will not start handing out offers to LLM applicants until January.
[quote]Hi guys!

I've applied for these four universities (LSE, KCL, UCL and QMUL), and I've received an offer from QMUL for an LLM in Public International Law a week after I've sent my application. I'm still waiting for the three others. Has anyone received any offer from LSE, KCL and/or UCL? :-) If yes, how long did it take to receive an offer?

Thank you very much and good luck to everyone![/quote]

I've heard that LSE will not start handing out offers to LLM applicants until January.
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Hi guys!

I've applied for these four universities (LSE, KCL, UCL and QMUL), and I've received an offer from QMUL for an LLM in Public International Law a week after I've sent my application. I'm still waiting for the three others. Has anyone received any offer from LSE, KCL and/or UCL? :-) If yes, how long did it take to receive an offer?

Thank you very much and good luck to everyone!


I've heard that LSE will not start handing out offers to LLM applicants until January.


Hi, nothing yet, when did you submit your application? Have you received any update from KGL?

[Edited by LLM applicant 2017 on Nov 16, 2016]

[quote][quote]Hi guys!

I've applied for these four universities (LSE, KCL, UCL and QMUL), and I've received an offer from QMUL for an LLM in Public International Law a week after I've sent my application. I'm still waiting for the three others. Has anyone received any offer from LSE, KCL and/or UCL? :-) If yes, how long did it take to receive an offer?

Thank you very much and good luck to everyone![/quote]

I've heard that LSE will not start handing out offers to LLM applicants until January. [/quote]

Hi, nothing yet, when did you submit your application? Have you received any update from KGL?
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Interesting! I think I will do the same, it would be too much of a risk to wait when I know I've been offered a place. What LLM have you applied for LLM Applicant 2017?


I have applied for International business
[quote]Interesting! I think I will do the same, it would be too much of a risk to wait when I know I've been offered a place. What LLM have you applied for LLM Applicant 2017?[/quote]

I have applied for International business
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Hello !

I am currently a student at King's College London (LLM in International Financial Law). Last year we also had a single topic for UCL / KCL / LSE / QMUL.
I don't advice you to do so ! They are all different : selection criteria, number of students, spirit and so on.

I advice to create a specific discussion. I find strange that several top UK universities are together when there is a topic for each US university !

You will see it will be useful ! Good luck ;-)


Hi, thank you for the advice, I am really interested in KGL, how has been your experience so far? for business do you think is better KCL or LSE?
[quote]Hello !

I am currently a student at King's College London (LLM in International Financial Law). Last year we also had a single topic for UCL / KCL / LSE / QMUL.
I don't advice you to do so ! They are all different : selection criteria, number of students, spirit and so on.

I advice to create a specific discussion. I find strange that several top UK universities are together when there is a topic for each US university !

You will see it will be useful ! Good luck ;-)
[/quote]

Hi, thank you for the advice, I am really interested in KGL, how has been your experience so far? for business do you think is better KCL or LSE?
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Hi guys.

I'm planning on applying to LSE and KCL.

Can anyone inform me on the minimum TOEFL score I would have to reach to have a decent chance of admission?

According to the LSE website I should need the overall score of 7.5 in the IELTS but there is no mention of TOEFL.

Thanks!



LSE requires a minimum score of 109 for all law programmes.

http://www.lse.ac.uk/study/informationForInternationalStudents/englishLanguage.aspx
[quote]Hi guys.

I'm planning on applying to LSE and KCL.

Can anyone inform me on the minimum TOEFL score I would have to reach to have a decent chance of admission?

According to the LSE website I should need the overall score of 7.5 in the IELTS but there is no mention of TOEFL.

Thanks! [/quote]


LSE requires a minimum score of 109 for all law programmes.

http://www.lse.ac.uk/study/informationForInternationalStudents/englishLanguage.aspx
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