LLM UCL / KCL / LSE / QMUL 2019-20


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Hello everyone.

Received my LSE ID on Nov. 30, but I still haven't seen a transcript movement or an offer. Should I consider this a rejection based on your experience?

Hello everyone.

Received my LSE ID on Nov. 30, but I still haven't seen a transcript movement or an offer. Should I consider this a rejection based on your experience?
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pHcare

LSE considers applications on a rolling basis. I got my LSE ID on Nov. 20, that is, ten days before you, and I only got my offer today (Feb. 12). Don't fret!

Hello everyone.

Received my LSE ID on Nov. 30, but I still haven't seen a transcript movement or an offer. Should I consider this a rejection based on your experience?

LSE considers applications on a rolling basis. I got my LSE ID on Nov. 20, that is, ten days before you, and I only got my offer today (Feb. 12). Don't fret!

[quote]Hello everyone.

Received my LSE ID on Nov. 30, but I still haven't seen a transcript movement or an offer. Should I consider this a rejection based on your experience?[/quote]
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I received an unconditional offer! No GSS funding unfortunately, but I am shortlisted for a Chevening scholarship interview and LSE is one of my choices.

For those waiting, here's my timeline:
- Application deemed complete: November 20
- Transcript movement: February 11
- Unconditional offer via LSE4U: February 12

Best of luck!


Congratulations!

It however looks like there's a massive backlog. I remember my friend applied last year on December 10 and she got an offer on Feb 10 - exactly after 8 weeks. I am quite skeptical of my chances now given I received the ID on Jan 3 and I suspect that places will be filled up by the time they reach to the candidates who received their IDs in say December/ January.

[quote]I received an unconditional offer! No GSS funding unfortunately, but I am shortlisted for a Chevening scholarship interview and LSE is one of my choices.

For those waiting, here's my timeline:
- Application deemed complete: November 20
- Transcript movement: February 11
- Unconditional offer via LSE4U: February 12

Best of luck![/quote]

Congratulations!

It however looks like there's a massive backlog. I remember my friend applied last year on December 10 and she got an offer on Feb 10 - exactly after 8 weeks. I am quite skeptical of my chances now given I received the ID on Jan 3 and I suspect that places will be filled up by the time they reach to the candidates who received their IDs in say December/ January.
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Good afternoon everybody, just to inform you that I received an offer from LSE few minutes ago.
It is a conditional offer, as I have to provide the IELTS (I have it, but I didn't achieve 7 in the writing part) and I have to graduate.
I received my ID o Nov 22 and Saturday morning I noticed that my transcript had moved down.

My background: I will graduate probably with honors (for sure with 110 out of 110) hopefully by April; my GPA is 30 out of 30; I was an Erasmus+ student in Barcelona in 2016; I won together with my team the Moot Court Competition on Commercial Law organized by my university; I worked as an intern in the most important Italian law firm (Bonelli Erede, also based in London).

[Edited by Carolina Laila on Feb 12, 2019]

Good afternoon everybody, just to inform you that I received an offer from LSE few minutes ago.
It is a conditional offer, as I have to provide the IELTS (I have it, but I didn't achieve 7 in the writing part) and I have to graduate.
I received my ID o Nov 22 and Saturday morning I noticed that my transcript had moved down.

My background: I will graduate probably with honors (for sure with 110 out of 110) hopefully by April; my GPA is 30 out of 30; I was an Erasmus+ student in Barcelona in 2016; I won together with my team the Moot Court Competition on Commercial Law organized by my university; I worked as an intern in the most important Italian law firm (Bonelli Erede, also based in London).
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It seems we will have to wait at least 10 weeks from the date we received the ID.

It seems we will have to wait at least 10 weeks from the date we received the ID.
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Hello! I'm happy to share that I received an Offer from LSE yesterday. I had applied on December 7 and received my LSE ID on December 19. Best of luck to all those who are waiting to hear back, hang in there!

Hello! I'm happy to share that I received an Offer from LSE yesterday. I had applied on December 7 and received my LSE ID on December 19. Best of luck to all those who are waiting to hear back, hang in there!

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Naz Khan

Received official offer today from MSc for MA in Law & Accounting

Received official offer today from MSc for MA in Law & Accounting
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eyup kun

Hello! I'm happy to share that I received an Offer from LSE yesterday. I had applied on December 7 and received my LSE ID on December 19. Best of luck to all those who are waiting to hear back, hang in there!
So the admission process is not exactly rolling basis.

[quote]Hello! I'm happy to share that I received an Offer from LSE yesterday. I had applied on December 7 and received my LSE ID on December 19. Best of luck to all those who are waiting to hear back, hang in there!
So the admission process is not exactly rolling basis.
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vipoutlook

Hey guys. Is there any chance to receive an offer if I apply (including recommendations) today?

[Edited by vipoutlook on Feb 12, 2019]

Hey guys. Is there any chance to receive an offer if I apply (including recommendations) today?
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Yuloasis

Hey guys. Is there any chance to receive an offer if I apply (including recommendations) today?


As long as the course is still open to applications there's always a chance. People in previous years have been granted offers despite applying late in the process. All you have to lose is the application fee, I would go for it if I were you.

[quote]Hey guys. Is there any chance to receive an offer if I apply (including recommendations) today?[/quote]

As long as the course is still open to applications there's always a chance. People in previous years have been granted offers despite applying late in the process. All you have to lose is the application fee, I would go for it if I were you.
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rofyee

Hi everyone. Has anyone who applied after 7 December heard from LSE yet? I applied on 8 December and received my ID on 20 December. I have not heard anything from LSE, so I am getting nervous that I have not been accepted now.

[Edited by rofyee on Feb 13, 2019]

Hi everyone. Has anyone who applied after 7 December heard from LSE yet? I applied on 8 December and received my ID on 20 December. I have not heard anything from LSE, so I am getting nervous that I have not been accepted now.
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Hi everyone. Has anyone who applied after 7 December heard from LSE yet? I applied on 8 December and received my ID on 20 December. I have not heard anything from LSE, so I am getting nervous that I have not been accepted now.


I applied on 13 December, got my ID on Jan 3. Not a word till now.

[quote]Hi everyone. Has anyone who applied after 7 December heard from LSE yet? I applied on 8 December and received my ID on 20 December. I have not heard anything from LSE, so I am getting nervous that I have not been accepted now. [/quote]

I applied on 13 December, got my ID on Jan 3. Not a word till now.
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I am still waiting since ID Nov 23. So, I guess you need to wait some more weeks :/

Edit: My transcript just moved!!! :-) YES!

[Edited by billabongs81 on Feb 13, 2019]

I am still waiting since ID Nov 23. So, I guess you need to wait some more weeks :/

Edit: My transcript just moved!!! :-) YES!
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Just an update as the posts in this forum helped me ease my nerves over the last few months -
Got my offer today from LSE! Got my ID on Nov 23 & transcript moved yesterday

Hang in there everyone!

[Edited by 2019hopeful on Feb 14, 2019]

Just an update as the posts in this forum helped me ease my nerves over the last few months -
Got my offer today from LSE! Got my ID on Nov 23 & transcript moved yesterday

Hang in there everyone!
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Is there anybody else who applied in first week of December, 2018, received their ID in the second week and still no update on the portal?

Is there anybody else who applied in first week of December, 2018, received their ID in the second week and still no update on the portal?
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Bmalu

Hi, I received an offer from UCL yesterday. My application was completed on Nov 28. Good luck to everyone!

Hi, I received an offer from UCL yesterday. My application was completed on Nov 28. Good luck to everyone!
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Botafogo

Is there anybody else who applied in first week of December, 2018, received their ID in the second week and still no update on the portal?


Kind-of. I applied on December 20 and go my ID on January 15. Still soon, but no news for me yet, unfortunatelly. I´ve been accepted to KCL and QMUL so i´m headed to london either way hahah

[Edited by Botafogo on Feb 14, 2019]

[quote]Is there anybody else who applied in first week of December, 2018, received their ID in the second week and still no update on the portal? [/quote]

Kind-of. I applied on December 20 and go my ID on January 15. Still soon, but no news for me yet, unfortunatelly. I´ve been accepted to KCL and QMUL so i´m headed to london either way hahah
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upandup

Hey friends, I have applied on 30.01.2019 (LSE) and still they haven’t sent any ID to me. Is this okay?

Hey friends, I have applied on 30.01.2019 (LSE) and still they haven’t sent any ID to me. Is this okay?
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Just received my offer!!! ID of Nov 23

Just received my offer!!! ID of Nov 23
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Rejected by LSE. The mail states that slots have been filled up.

Rejected by LSE. The mail states that slots have been filled up.
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