LLM UCL / KCL / LSE / QMUL 2018-19


Hi! I submitted my application to UCL on November 5th. I was curious if anyone who submitted their application around this time has already received some response? Will there be any clue on my Portico page before the actual decision?

Same question for LSE, though it sounds as though they have been less active as of now. :)

Thanks!
Hi! I submitted my application to UCL on November 5th. I was curious if anyone who submitted their application around this time has already received some response? Will there be any clue on my Portico page before the actual decision?

Same question for LSE, though it sounds as though they have been less active as of now. :)

Thanks!
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johnlennon
I applied for QMUL last week. Today, they sent a conditional offer.

But still waiting for LSE.
I applied for QMUL last week. Today, they sent a conditional offer.

But still waiting for LSE.
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johnlennon
LSE sent me an email which says that "I regret to inform you that you have not been successful."

I think it's because of my GPA. It is required to have 3.4 / 4.0 for students of my country of origin.

[Edited by johnlennon on Nov 16, 2017]

LSE sent me an email which says that "I regret to inform you that you have not been successful."

I think it's because of my GPA. It is required to have 3.4 / 4.0 for students of my country of origin.
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I applied for QMUL last week. Today, they sent a conditional offer.

But still waiting for LSE.


Did you apply for both LSE and QMUL last week? I am sorry to hear you were rejected from LSE however I am slightly confused as I was of the opinion that LSE do not start delivering decisions until approximately 6-8 weeks after submitting an application. Best of luck should you attend QMUL!

[Edited by legalbee0196 on Nov 16, 2017]

[quote]I applied for QMUL last week. Today, they sent a conditional offer.

But still waiting for LSE.[/quote]

Did you apply for both LSE and QMUL last week? I am sorry to hear you were rejected from LSE however I am slightly confused as I was of the opinion that LSE do not start delivering decisions until approximately 6-8 weeks after submitting an application. Best of luck should you attend QMUL!
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johnlennon
I applied for QMUL last week. Today, they sent a conditional offer.

But still waiting for LSE.


Did you apply for both LSE and QMUL last week? I am sorry to hear you were rejected from LSE however I am slightly confused as I was of the opinion that LSE do not start delivering decisions until approximately 6-8 weeks after submitting an application. Best of luck should you attend QMUL!


I applied for LSE in 30th october. I think they deliver their decision early if you do not meet prerequisites.
[quote][quote]I applied for QMUL last week. Today, they sent a conditional offer.

But still waiting for LSE.[/quote]

Did you apply for both LSE and QMUL last week? I am sorry to hear you were rejected from LSE however I am slightly confused as I was of the opinion that LSE do not start delivering decisions until approximately 6-8 weeks after submitting an application. Best of luck should you attend QMUL! [/quote]

I applied for LSE in 30th october. I think they deliver their decision early if you do not meet prerequisites.
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Just to let you guys know.
As an overseas applicant, I received an offer from QMUL after 2 weeks and from KCL after 4 weeks.
Deadlines may be a bit different depending on where your transcripts are from.
Just to let you guys know.
As an overseas applicant, I received an offer from QMUL after 2 weeks and from KCL after 4 weeks.
Deadlines may be a bit different depending on where your transcripts are from.
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Hi guys!
Could you please help me with QMUL application? I just submitted my application, but there was no application fee requirement. Was it the same with you? :)
Thank you very much!
Good luck and congrats to selected applicants!
Hi guys!
Could you please help me with QMUL application? I just submitted my application, but there was no application fee requirement. Was it the same with you? :)
Thank you very much!
Good luck and congrats to selected applicants!
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johnlennon
Hi guys!
Could you please help me with QMUL application? I just submitted my application, but there was no application fee requirement. Was it the same with you? :)
Thank you very much!
Good luck and congrats to selected applicants!


Hi,

there is no application fee for QMUL. That's the beauty of QMUL :)
[quote]Hi guys!
Could you please help me with QMUL application? I just submitted my application, but there was no application fee requirement. Was it the same with you? :)
Thank you very much!
Good luck and congrats to selected applicants![/quote]

Hi,

there is no application fee for QMUL. That's the beauty of QMUL :)
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Hi, I received an offer from UCL. I have four weeks to respond (unlike the six weeks written on their website), but the first fee payment isn't due until April 1. So theoretically there's nothing binding in confirming?

[Edited by Applicantant08642 on Nov 20, 2017]

Hi, I received an offer from UCL. I have four weeks to respond (unlike the six weeks written on their website), but the first fee payment isn't due until April 1. So theoretically there's nothing binding in confirming?
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ana lopez
Hi, I received an offer from UCL. I have four weeks to respond (unlike the six weeks written on their website), but the first fee payment isn't due until April 1. So theoretically there's nothing binding in confirming?


Hi, I have the same doubt. Please, help
[quote]Hi, I received an offer from UCL. I have four weeks to respond (unlike the six weeks written on their website), but the first fee payment isn't due until April 1. So theoretically there's nothing binding in confirming?[/quote]

Hi, I have the same doubt. Please, help
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Hi, I received an offer from UCL. I have four weeks to respond (unlike the six weeks written on their website), but the first fee payment isn't due until April 1. So theoretically there's nothing binding in confirming?


Hi, I have the same doubt. Please, help


Hi Ana! :) did you receive an offer from UCL? I remember your post around a month ago where you stated you were applying in October. When had you ended up applying? Wondering so that I can get a general idea regarding the process time of my application.
[quote][quote]Hi, I received an offer from UCL. I have four weeks to respond (unlike the six weeks written on their website), but the first fee payment isn't due until April 1. So theoretically there's nothing binding in confirming?[/quote]

Hi, I have the same doubt. Please, help[/quote]

Hi Ana! :) did you receive an offer from UCL? I remember your post around a month ago where you stated you were applying in October. When had you ended up applying? Wondering so that I can get a general idea regarding the process time of my application.
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Anna_21
Hey guys,
I have a question for those who have already applied for the LLM-program at LSE.
I am still awaiting my results from my undergraduate law degree and therefore have to fill in the section for pending qualifications. In this section I am being asked to type in "the class/grade of degree in the standard format of your degree".
I am not sure what they want me to do there. Do they want me to put in the grade I expect to obtain?
Hey guys,
I have a question for those who have already applied for the LLM-program at LSE.
I am still awaiting my results from my undergraduate law degree and therefore have to fill in the section for pending qualifications. In this section I am being asked to type in "the class/grade of degree in the standard format of your degree".
I am not sure what they want me to do there. Do they want me to put in the grade I expect to obtain?
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Today I received an e-mail from QMUL that they have made me an unconditional offer of a place :)
If you have any question, feel free to contact me!
Wish u all the luck!
Today I received an e-mail from QMUL that they have made me an unconditional offer of a place :)
If you have any question, feel free to contact me!
Wish u all the luck!
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S.Malik373
Hey guys!
I received a conditional offer (as I'm still doing my llb degree) from QMUL, UCL and KCL (waiting on Cambridge and LSE). Before applying I did quite a lot of research for my personal statements and the applications themselves ( As I go to University in Ireland, I was paranoid that I had less of a chance compared to UK students)
feel free to as me any questions :)
Hey guys!
I received a conditional offer (as I'm still doing my llb degree) from QMUL, UCL and KCL (waiting on Cambridge and LSE). Before applying I did quite a lot of research for my personal statements and the applications themselves ( As I go to University in Ireland, I was paranoid that I had less of a chance compared to UK students)
feel free to as me any questions :)
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Hey guys!
I received a conditional offer (as I'm still doing my llb degree) from QMUL, UCL and KCL (waiting on Cambridge and LSE). Before applying I did quite a lot of research for my personal statements and the applications themselves ( As I go to University in Ireland, I was paranoid that I had less of a chance compared to UK students)
feel free to as me any questions :)


Congrats! :)
Perhaps you know what the drill is regarding confirming a place? If answers from LSE (and Cambridge, in your case) don't come before the four weeks of UCL pass, is it okay to confirm your place at UCL and then eventually withdraw?
[quote]Hey guys!
I received a conditional offer (as I'm still doing my llb degree) from QMUL, UCL and KCL (waiting on Cambridge and LSE). Before applying I did quite a lot of research for my personal statements and the applications themselves ( As I go to University in Ireland, I was paranoid that I had less of a chance compared to UK students)
feel free to as me any questions :) [/quote]

Congrats! :)
Perhaps you know what the drill is regarding confirming a place? If answers from LSE (and Cambridge, in your case) don't come before the four weeks of UCL pass, is it okay to confirm your place at UCL and then eventually withdraw?
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S.Malik373
Hey guys!
I received a conditional offer (as I'm still doing my llb degree) from QMUL, UCL and KCL (waiting on Cambridge and LSE). Before applying I did quite a lot of research for my personal statements and the applications themselves ( As I go to University in Ireland, I was paranoid that I had less of a chance compared to UK students)
feel free to as me any questions :)


Congrats! :)
Perhaps you know what the drill is regarding confirming a place? If answers from LSE (and Cambridge, in your case) don't come before the four weeks of UCL pass, is it okay to confirm your place at UCL and then eventually withdraw?



Thanks!

The first offer I got was Queen Mary and I accepted it (as I was paranoid, I thought that's all I'd get offered). Then I got UCL and accepted it and then KCL after like 2 weeks and accepted it. I did a summer internship in an accounting firm in the summer and they gave me an offer to join the grad programme, the firm's counsellor told me to accept it and then if I change my mind, let them know as soon as I become aware of my final decision. She said I have the right to do that so I did the same for my LLM offers. I'm pretty sure you can do that with LLMs too and the deposits are due in April anyway so I will definitely know by then.

I don't want you to take it as set in stone as I only believed word of mouth, but thats what I did anyway.
[quote][quote]Hey guys!
I received a conditional offer (as I'm still doing my llb degree) from QMUL, UCL and KCL (waiting on Cambridge and LSE). Before applying I did quite a lot of research for my personal statements and the applications themselves ( As I go to University in Ireland, I was paranoid that I had less of a chance compared to UK students)
feel free to as me any questions :) [/quote]

Congrats! :)
Perhaps you know what the drill is regarding confirming a place? If answers from LSE (and Cambridge, in your case) don't come before the four weeks of UCL pass, is it okay to confirm your place at UCL and then eventually withdraw?[/quote]


Thanks!

The first offer I got was Queen Mary and I accepted it (as I was paranoid, I thought that's all I'd get offered). Then I got UCL and accepted it and then KCL after like 2 weeks and accepted it. I did a summer internship in an accounting firm in the summer and they gave me an offer to join the grad programme, the firm's counsellor told me to accept it and then if I change my mind, let them know as soon as I become aware of my final decision. She said I have the right to do that so I did the same for my LLM offers. I'm pretty sure you can do that with LLMs too and the deposits are due in April anyway so I will definitely know by then.

I don't want you to take it as set in stone as I only believed word of mouth, but thats what I did anyway.
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EB94
Hey guys!
I received a conditional offer (as I'm still doing my llb degree) from QMUL, UCL and KCL (waiting on Cambridge and LSE). Before applying I did quite a lot of research for my personal statements and the applications themselves ( As I go to University in Ireland, I was paranoid that I had less of a chance compared to UK students)
feel free to as me any questions :)


Congrats! :)
Perhaps you know what the drill is regarding confirming a place? If answers from LSE (and Cambridge, in your case) don't come before the four weeks of UCL pass, is it okay to confirm your place at UCL and then eventually withdraw?



Thanks!

The first offer I got was Queen Mary and I accepted it (as I was paranoid, I thought that's all I'd get offered). Then I got UCL and accepted it and then KCL after like 2 weeks and accepted it. I did a summer internship in an accounting firm in the summer and they gave me an offer to join the grad programme, the firm's counsellor told me to accept it and then if I change my mind, let them know as soon as I become aware of my final decision. She said I have the right to do that so I did the same for my LLM offers. I'm pretty sure you can do that with LLMs too and the deposits are due in April anyway so I will definitely know by then.

I don't want you to take it as set in stone as I only believed word of mouth, but thats what I did anyway.


Just accepted UCL offer, still waiting for LSE response.
[quote][quote][quote]Hey guys!
I received a conditional offer (as I'm still doing my llb degree) from QMUL, UCL and KCL (waiting on Cambridge and LSE). Before applying I did quite a lot of research for my personal statements and the applications themselves ( As I go to University in Ireland, I was paranoid that I had less of a chance compared to UK students)
feel free to as me any questions :) [/quote]

Congrats! :)
Perhaps you know what the drill is regarding confirming a place? If answers from LSE (and Cambridge, in your case) don't come before the four weeks of UCL pass, is it okay to confirm your place at UCL and then eventually withdraw?[/quote]


Thanks!

The first offer I got was Queen Mary and I accepted it (as I was paranoid, I thought that's all I'd get offered). Then I got UCL and accepted it and then KCL after like 2 weeks and accepted it. I did a summer internship in an accounting firm in the summer and they gave me an offer to join the grad programme, the firm's counsellor told me to accept it and then if I change my mind, let them know as soon as I become aware of my final decision. She said I have the right to do that so I did the same for my LLM offers. I'm pretty sure you can do that with LLMs too and the deposits are due in April anyway so I will definitely know by then.

I don't want you to take it as set in stone as I only believed word of mouth, but thats what I did anyway. [/quote]

Just accepted UCL offer, still waiting for LSE response.
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Sabina11
Hi guys! To those who applied to LSE - any news???
Hi guys! To those who applied to LSE - any news???
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Hi guys! To those who applied to LSE - any news???


Has anyone heard when first answers are expected?
[quote]Hi guys! To those who applied to LSE - any news???
[/quote]

Has anyone heard when first answers are expected?
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Master22
Hi guys! To those who applied to LSE - any news???


Has anyone heard when first answers are expected?


December-January. Unsuccessful applicants may be contacted earlier.
[quote][quote]Hi guys! To those who applied to LSE - any news???
[/quote]

Has anyone heard when first answers are expected?[/quote]

December-January. Unsuccessful applicants may be contacted earlier.
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