LLM UCL / KCL / LSE / QMUL 2017-18


Alfie17

Hi! I'm in the process of making my application to KCL for the same specialism - I've been struggling to find any information on the Transnational Law page about maximum personal statement length (I know in the online form it says 4000 characters, but then there's an option to upload a document if it's longer than that - do you know if there's a maximum for the uploaded document, and how long did you make your own statement if you can remember?)

I was also wondering if you found any specific guidance on the site as to what they want us to discuss in the statement, or whether you just did the standard stuff? For example, I know some universities specifically ask that you outline your dissertation topic, whereas others don't, but couldn't find anything on the KCL site!

Would appreciate advice from anyone who's applied to KCL, thanks! :)


Hi there :)

Regarding the personal statement, I personally wrote one on a .doc file and uploaded it as a .pdf file. I don't think there's any limit if you choose to upload your own file for the personal statement instead of filling the 4000 characters box. My personal statement for KCL is 1,359 words long (so 2 pages) and it was fine. But then, I have a friend who's currently undertaking the LLM there, and she got in with a 700 words personal statement, so it's really up to you.

KCL is indeed vague in terms of their expectations regarding the personal statement ... Personally, I wrote about my interest in international law (how and why it began, and the reason I chose to undertake my current degree), my interest in a particular domain (I am extremely keen on disarmament affairs, so I discussed my interest in that area and why, as well as my intention to write my dissertation/masters thesis on that topic), my interest in King's College and London as a city, and then I concluded with my career plans and how the LLM would greatly assist me in materialising my projects. I used the same format for my applications for UCL and QMUL as well. :)

Hope this helps!



Did you get admitted even with your 2page Personal statement? I ask this because I called king's college and emailed them twice on this issue for clarity and they were very clear that the PS should be ONE PAGE. so I guess you need to be careful the advice you give.

[quote][quote]Hi! I'm in the process of making my application to KCL for the same specialism - I've been struggling to find any information on the Transnational Law page about maximum personal statement length (I know in the online form it says 4000 characters, but then there's an option to upload a document if it's longer than that - do you know if there's a maximum for the uploaded document, and how long did you make your own statement if you can remember?)

I was also wondering if you found any specific guidance on the site as to what they want us to discuss in the statement, or whether you just did the standard stuff? For example, I know some universities specifically ask that you outline your dissertation topic, whereas others don't, but couldn't find anything on the KCL site!

Would appreciate advice from anyone who's applied to KCL, thanks! :)[/quote]

Hi there :)

Regarding the personal statement, I personally wrote one on a .doc file and uploaded it as a .pdf file. I don't think there's any limit if you choose to upload your own file for the personal statement instead of filling the 4000 characters box. My personal statement for KCL is 1,359 words long (so 2 pages) and it was fine. But then, I have a friend who's currently undertaking the LLM there, and she got in with a 700 words personal statement, so it's really up to you.

KCL is indeed vague in terms of their expectations regarding the personal statement ... Personally, I wrote about my interest in international law (how and why it began, and the reason I chose to undertake my current degree), my interest in a particular domain (I am extremely keen on disarmament affairs, so I discussed my interest in that area and why, as well as my intention to write my dissertation/masters thesis on that topic), my interest in King's College and London as a city, and then I concluded with my career plans and how the LLM would greatly assist me in materialising my projects. I used the same format for my applications for UCL and QMUL as well. :)

Hope this helps![/quote]


Did you get admitted even with your 2page Personal statement? I ask this because I called king's college and emailed them twice on this issue for clarity and they were very clear that the PS should be ONE PAGE. so I guess you need to be careful the advice you give.
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idn4ihl

Hi! I'm in the process of making my application to KCL for the same specialism - I've been struggling to find any information on the Transnational Law page about maximum personal statement length (I know in the online form it says 4000 characters, but then there's an option to upload a document if it's longer than that - do you know if there's a maximum for the uploaded document, and how long did you make your own statement if you can remember?)

I was also wondering if you found any specific guidance on the site as to what they want us to discuss in the statement, or whether you just did the standard stuff? For example, I know some universities specifically ask that you outline your dissertation topic, whereas others don't, but couldn't find anything on the KCL site!

Would appreciate advice from anyone who's applied to KCL, thanks! :)


Hi there :)

Regarding the personal statement, I personally wrote one on a .doc file and uploaded it as a .pdf file. I don't think there's any limit if you choose to upload your own file for the personal statement instead of filling the 4000 characters box. My personal statement for KCL is 1,359 words long (so 2 pages) and it was fine. But then, I have a friend who's currently undertaking the LLM there, and she got in with a 700 words personal statement, so it's really up to you.

KCL is indeed vague in terms of their expectations regarding the personal statement ... Personally, I wrote about my interest in international law (how and why it began, and the reason I chose to undertake my current degree), my interest in a particular domain (I am extremely keen on disarmament affairs, so I discussed my interest in that area and why, as well as my intention to write my dissertation/masters thesis on that topic), my interest in King's College and London as a city, and then I concluded with my career plans and how the LLM would greatly assist me in materialising my projects. I used the same format for my applications for UCL and QMUL as well. :)

Hope this helps!



Did you get admitted even with your 2page Personal statement? I ask this because I called king's college and emailed them twice on this issue for clarity and they were very clear that the PS should be ONE PAGE. so I guess you need to be careful the advice you give.


FYI I did get an offer. Otherwise I wouldn't have given you this advice. I'm not here to mislead people but to help them as much as I can based on my personal experience. :)

Of course I'm not an admissions officer so I don't know what's best to do (i.e. the length of the ideal personal statement). But then again, I'm here to share my personal experiences to help, not to mislead. I submitted a 2 pages-long personal statement and my application was successful, so I'm sharing this with you. It simply shows that KCL remains open to the length of the personal statement and that if it is longer than one page, it remains acceptable. Additionally, of course this depends very much on each university's admissions policy, but I used the same format for QMUL and UCL, and my application was successful for both of them too.

I'm sorry if I may seem to be misleading to you but then, again, this is definitely not my intention. We're all in this together and I don't see the point of giving misleading and baseless advices when I'm in the same boat as everyone.

[Edited by idn4ihl on Jan 27, 2017]

[quote][quote][quote]Hi! I'm in the process of making my application to KCL for the same specialism - I've been struggling to find any information on the Transnational Law page about maximum personal statement length (I know in the online form it says 4000 characters, but then there's an option to upload a document if it's longer than that - do you know if there's a maximum for the uploaded document, and how long did you make your own statement if you can remember?)

I was also wondering if you found any specific guidance on the site as to what they want us to discuss in the statement, or whether you just did the standard stuff? For example, I know some universities specifically ask that you outline your dissertation topic, whereas others don't, but couldn't find anything on the KCL site!

Would appreciate advice from anyone who's applied to KCL, thanks! :)[/quote]

Hi there :)

Regarding the personal statement, I personally wrote one on a .doc file and uploaded it as a .pdf file. I don't think there's any limit if you choose to upload your own file for the personal statement instead of filling the 4000 characters box. My personal statement for KCL is 1,359 words long (so 2 pages) and it was fine. But then, I have a friend who's currently undertaking the LLM there, and she got in with a 700 words personal statement, so it's really up to you.

KCL is indeed vague in terms of their expectations regarding the personal statement ... Personally, I wrote about my interest in international law (how and why it began, and the reason I chose to undertake my current degree), my interest in a particular domain (I am extremely keen on disarmament affairs, so I discussed my interest in that area and why, as well as my intention to write my dissertation/masters thesis on that topic), my interest in King's College and London as a city, and then I concluded with my career plans and how the LLM would greatly assist me in materialising my projects. I used the same format for my applications for UCL and QMUL as well. :)

Hope this helps![/quote]


Did you get admitted even with your 2page Personal statement? I ask this because I called king's college and emailed them twice on this issue for clarity and they were very clear that the PS should be ONE PAGE. so I guess you need to be careful the advice you give. [/quote]

FYI I did get an offer. Otherwise I wouldn't have given you this advice. I'm not here to mislead people but to help them as much as I can based on my personal experience. :)

Of course I'm not an admissions officer so I don't know what's best to do (i.e. the length of the ideal personal statement). But then again, I'm here to share my personal experiences to help, not to mislead. I submitted a 2 pages-long personal statement and my application was successful, so I'm sharing this with you. It simply shows that KCL remains open to the length of the personal statement and that if it is longer than one page, it remains acceptable. Additionally, of course this depends very much on each university's admissions policy, but I used the same format for QMUL and UCL, and my application was successful for both of them too.

I'm sorry if I may seem to be misleading to you but then, again, this is definitely not my intention. We're all in this together and I don't see the point of giving misleading and baseless advices when I'm in the same boat as everyone.
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Optimistic

Any one heard from LSE ?

Any one heard from LSE ?
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lawgradpt

Any one heard from LSE ?


Many of us have received offers from LSE. I received mine in December.

[quote]Any one heard from LSE ?[/quote]

Many of us have received offers from LSE. I received mine in December.
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ephemeral

For those who have been received an offer from LSE - does anyone know what the deadline is for accepting the offer? The only info I could find online is that they prefer if acceptance is indicated by 6 weeks, but you will not lose your offer if you don't. That said, there surely must be a hard deadline - does anyone have any idea?
I'm still waiting on other Unis that only release results in March so obviously would prefer to defer till then.
Thanks!

For those who have been received an offer from LSE - does anyone know what the deadline is for accepting the offer? The only info I could find online is that they prefer if acceptance is indicated by 6 weeks, but you will not lose your offer if you don't. That said, there surely must be a hard deadline - does anyone have any idea?
I'm still waiting on other Unis that only release results in March so obviously would prefer to defer till then.
Thanks!
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Gauravmj

PLEASE HELP!

I had applied to KCL in december, through an agent. I got rejected today. However, when I looked at my application I realized the agent has several mistakes while filing my application. For ex. my IELTS score of Reading which is 8 is written as below 4.5, in place of work experience it is written as none, whereas I've been working in supreme court of India for past 1.5 years and have interned with several Govt. Institutions such as Human Rights Commission, Legal and Treaties Dept of Ministry of External Affairs my education which is B.A.L.L.B (hons) is mentioned as just B.A. None of it is mentioned (although I mentioned it in my SOP). And maybe because of It my application was unsuccessful. People help me out here. What should I do? Should I ask for a appeal or write a new application?

Thanks

PLEASE HELP!

I had applied to KCL in december, through an agent. I got rejected today. However, when I looked at my application I realized the agent has several mistakes while filing my application. For ex. my IELTS score of Reading which is 8 is written as below 4.5, in place of work experience it is written as none, whereas I've been working in supreme court of India for past 1.5 years and have interned with several Govt. Institutions such as Human Rights Commission, Legal and Treaties Dept of Ministry of External Affairs my education which is B.A.L.L.B (hons) is mentioned as just B.A. None of it is mentioned (although I mentioned it in my SOP). And maybe because of It my application was unsuccessful. People help me out here. What should I do? Should I ask for a appeal or write a new application?

Thanks
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Thank you for your kind response. I decided not to pay for QMUL registration because from what I have thoroughly researched, I've found that it's outstandingly famous for IP law ,and also its rank is far lower than those three aforesaid.(according to several institutions)


You don't need to pay an application fee for qmul llm, as far as i know.

Regarding the banking & finance ll.m. I've heard, from a friend who did the ll.m at LSE, that it's very regulation oriented.


Who is the crazy guy who said to do not consider queen mary for banking and finance law wich have one of the best program in the world for moduels selection? You can do bo regulation and transactional modules...you can also audit other classes...They have splitted modules. Who is that crazy? I am doing this LLM and I received an offer from a Magic Circle firm and my first degree is an italian one. Try to see how many modules KCL, UCL, LSE have...and how many are not delivered each year! KCL for example is more transactional! It has the great tecknokun. QMUL has Rosa Lastra for regulatory, the GREAT George Walker for finance law and banking. It has rodrigo carminal for corporate finace and M&A. guys are you well? Change drug dealer!


Haha best comment ever.
I wasn't commenting on the quality of qmul llm finance btw :) Just saying qmul didn't require an application fee as far as i know.

I also have to make the hard decision between qmul, kcl ucl (and maybe lse) for llm banking & finance...

financial law guys & girls, let us hear your voices!

[quote][quote][quote][quote][quote]Hi,
I applied for UCL KCL LSE last month and have already got offers from these three(LSE is the latest one). Now I am considering which one I really want to go for, given two factors: the course in which I'm interested (ฺBanking and Finance)and chances to get a great job following my graduation. Any idea or suggestions?[/quote]

1-LSE 2-UCL 3-KCL LSE is now ahead from the other 2 and between the other two it depends, UCL more diversed modules you can focus on banking law or corporate finance if you want, while KCL programme is more specific, more into regulation of financial markets specific products securitization etc basically the job you do on a law firm in the financial markets department since its director comes from one of the magic circle law firms and from that specific area. Can I ask you why you didn't even consider QMUL?

And for all of you worried about employability I think you can find this useful http://www.chambersstudent.com/where-to-start/newsletter/law-firms-preferred-universities
I also recommend the guardian, qs, shanghai, the times for employability and reputation.. with all of that you still may want to talk to some people who study there or to take a look on linkedin...in the end it's all up to you and your feelings about the unis/programmes.
[/quote]

Thank you for your kind response. I decided not to pay for QMUL registration because from what I have thoroughly researched, I've found that it's outstandingly famous for IP law ,and also its rank is far lower than those three aforesaid.(according to several institutions)[/quote]

You don't need to pay an application fee for qmul llm, as far as i know.

Regarding the banking & finance ll.m. I've heard, from a friend who did the ll.m at LSE, that it's very regulation oriented. [/quote]

Who is the crazy guy who said to do not consider queen mary for banking and finance law wich have one of the best program in the world for moduels selection? You can do bo regulation and transactional modules...you can also audit other classes...They have splitted modules. Who is that crazy? I am doing this LLM and I received an offer from a Magic Circle firm and my first degree is an italian one. Try to see how many modules KCL, UCL, LSE have...and how many are not delivered each year! KCL for example is more transactional! It has the great tecknokun. QMUL has Rosa Lastra for regulatory, the GREAT George Walker for finance law and banking. It has rodrigo carminal for corporate finace and M&A. guys are you well? Change drug dealer! [/quote]

Haha best comment ever.
I wasn't commenting on the quality of qmul llm finance btw :) Just saying qmul didn't require an application fee as far as i know.

I also have to make the hard decision between qmul, kcl ucl (and maybe lse) for llm banking & finance...

financial law guys & girls, let us hear your voices!
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Hi,

I received an admit from UCL for their LL.M. program for 2017-18 on 14th December, 2016. In the offer letter it stated that I should respond within 4 weeks but could take more time if necessary without seeking their permission. Also, the deadline for making the initial fee deposit is in April. Am I then right in assuming that I can delay my decision till April or should I accept the offer right now and decline later if I get in to a better university?

Any advice on this would be really appreciated.

Hi,

I received an admit from UCL for their LL.M. program for 2017-18 on 14th December, 2016. In the offer letter it stated that I should respond within 4 weeks but could take more time if necessary without seeking their permission. Also, the deadline for making the initial fee deposit is in April. Am I then right in assuming that I can delay my decision till April or should I accept the offer right now and decline later if I get in to a better university?

Any advice on this would be really appreciated.
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Hi,

Does any of you know if the pre sessional english course of LSE is good, would you recommend it?

Hi,

Does any of you know if the pre sessional english course of LSE is good, would you recommend it?
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Hi there :)

Regarding the personal statement, I personally wrote one on a .doc file and uploaded it as a .pdf file. I don't think there's any limit if you choose to upload your own file for the personal statement instead of filling the 4000 characters box. My personal statement for KCL is 1,359 words long (so 2 pages) and it was fine. But then, I have a friend who's currently undertaking the LLM there, and she got in with a 700 words personal statement, so it's really up to you.

KCL is indeed vague in terms of their expectations regarding the personal statement ... Personally, I wrote about my interest in international law (how and why it began, and the reason I chose to undertake my current degree), my interest in a particular domain (I am extremely keen on disarmament affairs, so I discussed my interest in that area and why, as well as my intention to write my dissertation/masters thesis on that topic), my interest in King's College and London as a city, and then I concluded with my career plans and how the LLM would greatly assist me in materialising my projects. I used the same format for my applications for UCL and QMUL as well. :)

Hope this helps!



Did you get admitted even with your 2page Personal statement? I ask this because I called king's college and emailed them twice on this issue for clarity and they were very clear that the PS should be ONE PAGE. so I guess you need to be careful the advice you give.


FYI I did get an offer. Otherwise I wouldn't have given you this advice. I'm not here to mislead people but to help them as much as I can based on my personal experience. :)

Of course I'm not an admissions officer so I don't know what's best to do (i.e. the length of the ideal personal statement). But then again, I'm here to share my personal experiences to help, not to mislead. I submitted a 2 pages-long personal statement and my application was successful, so I'm sharing this with you. It simply shows that KCL remains open to the length of the personal statement and that if it is longer than one page, it remains acceptable. Additionally, of course this depends very much on each university's admissions policy, but I used the same format for QMUL and UCL, and my application was successful for both of them too.

I'm sorry if I may seem to be misleading to you but then, again, this is definitely not my intention. We're all in this together and I don't see the point of giving misleading and baseless advices when I'm in the same boat as everyone.


Mine was also 2 pages long with almost 1250 words and it's fine. The same lenght and quantities went for UCL and LSE as well.

[quote][quote][quote][quote]Hi! I'm in the process of making my application to KCL for the same specialism - I've been struggling to find any information on the Transnational Law page about maximum personal statement length (I know in the online form it says 4000 characters, but then there's an option to upload a document if it's longer than that - do you know if there's a maximum for the uploaded document, and how long did you make your own statement if you can remember?)

I was also wondering if you found any specific guidance on the site as to what they want us to discuss in the statement, or whether you just did the standard stuff? For example, I know some universities specifically ask that you outline your dissertation topic, whereas others don't, but couldn't find anything on the KCL site!

Would appreciate advice from anyone who's applied to KCL, thanks! :)[/quote]

Hi there :)

Regarding the personal statement, I personally wrote one on a .doc file and uploaded it as a .pdf file. I don't think there's any limit if you choose to upload your own file for the personal statement instead of filling the 4000 characters box. My personal statement for KCL is 1,359 words long (so 2 pages) and it was fine. But then, I have a friend who's currently undertaking the LLM there, and she got in with a 700 words personal statement, so it's really up to you.

KCL is indeed vague in terms of their expectations regarding the personal statement ... Personally, I wrote about my interest in international law (how and why it began, and the reason I chose to undertake my current degree), my interest in a particular domain (I am extremely keen on disarmament affairs, so I discussed my interest in that area and why, as well as my intention to write my dissertation/masters thesis on that topic), my interest in King's College and London as a city, and then I concluded with my career plans and how the LLM would greatly assist me in materialising my projects. I used the same format for my applications for UCL and QMUL as well. :)

Hope this helps![/quote]


Did you get admitted even with your 2page Personal statement? I ask this because I called king's college and emailed them twice on this issue for clarity and they were very clear that the PS should be ONE PAGE. so I guess you need to be careful the advice you give. [/quote]

FYI I did get an offer. Otherwise I wouldn't have given you this advice. I'm not here to mislead people but to help them as much as I can based on my personal experience. :)

Of course I'm not an admissions officer so I don't know what's best to do (i.e. the length of the ideal personal statement). But then again, I'm here to share my personal experiences to help, not to mislead. I submitted a 2 pages-long personal statement and my application was successful, so I'm sharing this with you. It simply shows that KCL remains open to the length of the personal statement and that if it is longer than one page, it remains acceptable. Additionally, of course this depends very much on each university's admissions policy, but I used the same format for QMUL and UCL, and my application was successful for both of them too.

I'm sorry if I may seem to be misleading to you but then, again, this is definitely not my intention. We're all in this together and I don't see the point of giving misleading and baseless advices when I'm in the same boat as everyone. [/quote]

Mine was also 2 pages long with almost 1250 words and it's fine. The same lenght and quantities went for UCL and LSE as well.
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dariusjh

Hi guys,

Is anyone here looking to apply for financial aid/ scholarships? I may not be able to afford the tuition fees for my LSE conditional offer. I was wondering if anyone has experience with writing statements or applying for financial aid? Any advice will be greatly appreciated!

Thanks!

Hi guys,

Is anyone here looking to apply for financial aid/ scholarships? I may not be able to afford the tuition fees for my LSE conditional offer. I was wondering if anyone has experience with writing statements or applying for financial aid? Any advice will be greatly appreciated!

Thanks!
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ssflcb

Congragulations to all of you who have got offers ! I applied to UCL just over 2 weeks ago and LSE just after. When do you guys think I will hear back?
I would also appreciate any advice on my financial aid form for LSE.

Congragulations to all of you who have got offers ! I applied to UCL just over 2 weeks ago and LSE just after. When do you guys think I will hear back?
I would also appreciate any advice on my financial aid form for LSE.
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Congragulations to all of you who have got offers ! I applied to UCL just over 2 weeks ago and LSE just after. When do you guys think I will hear back?
I would also appreciate any advice on my financial aid form for LSE.


UCL takes 6 weeks, LSE i'm not really sure.
Don't forget your application will only be processed when your referees have submitted their references.. from that date add 4-6 weeks and you should have a reply.

[Edited by adrenalin90 on Feb 14, 2017]

[quote]Congragulations to all of you who have got offers ! I applied to UCL just over 2 weeks ago and LSE just after. When do you guys think I will hear back?
I would also appreciate any advice on my financial aid form for LSE.
[/quote]

UCL takes 6 weeks, LSE i'm not really sure.
Don't forget your application will only be processed when your referees have submitted their references.. from that date add 4-6 weeks and you should have a reply.
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Sumlaw

I applied to QMUL 2 days ago and I got an unconditional offer! Are they usually so quick?

I applied to QMUL 2 days ago and I got an unconditional offer! Are they usually so quick?
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Piky_88

Hi guys, I have started looking for accommodation for next year and.. it's a mess! Loads of student halls, plus college's halls and intercollegiate accommodation.
How are you coping with the accommodation issue? Will you try to get accommodation through your university or book privately?
Does anybody have info about Therese's House (is it worth it)?

Thank you so much :)

Hi guys, I have started looking for accommodation for next year and.. it's a mess! Loads of student halls, plus college's halls and intercollegiate accommodation.
How are you coping with the accommodation issue? Will you try to get accommodation through your university or book privately?
Does anybody have info about Therese's House (is it worth it)?

Thank you so much :)
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freyarhia

I applied to QMUL 2 days ago and I got an unconditional offer! Are they usually so quick?


Usually! I was given an offer within 3 days of my application being sent off. It's great, but simultaneously annoying because you only have a month to accept or decline and LSE/UCL etc. take 6 weeks to respond!

[quote]I applied to QMUL 2 days ago and I got an unconditional offer! Are they usually so quick?
[/quote]

Usually! I was given an offer within 3 days of my application being sent off. It's great, but simultaneously annoying because you only have a month to accept or decline and LSE/UCL etc. take 6 weeks to respond!
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LT

Hello!

I was also rejected by LSE and accepted by UCL and KCL. I want to focus my LLM on commercial and corporate law. Does anyone have any thoughts about which university has the best program and overall reputation?

Thanks!!!

Hello!

I was also rejected by LSE and accepted by UCL and KCL. I want to focus my LLM on commercial and corporate law. Does anyone have any thoughts about which university has the best program and overall reputation?

Thanks!!!
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aiges

@freyarhia: I got accepted into LSE last week. The whole process took only 3 1/2 weeks. So, there is a chance.

[Edited by aiges on Feb 13, 2017]

@freyarhia: I got accepted into LSE last week. The whole process took only 3 1/2 weeks. So, there is a chance.
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ssflcb

Did everyone get an offer via email or had to check the portals ?

Did everyone get an offer via email or had to check the portals ?
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To LSE fellows, there has been a Facebook group for 2017/18 law students, operated by LSE officials. Just search for ''LSE Law 2017/18 postgraduate class'' and there you will find it. Please be noted that your FB name should be similar to your candidate's name. Or else, you have to text the admins for admitting.

To LSE fellows, there has been a Facebook group for 2017/18 law students, operated by LSE officials. Just search for ''LSE Law 2017/18 postgraduate class'' and there you will find it. Please be noted that your FB name should be similar to your candidate's name. Or else, you have to text the admins for admitting.
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