LLM UCL / KCL / LSE / QMUL 2019-20


After 12+ weeks, my UCL offer has finally come through!!
After 12+ weeks, my UCL offer has finally come through!!
quote
After 12+ weeks, my UCL offer has finally come through!!


12 weeks was quite some time. I had mine today after meeting all requirements on 27th January.
[quote]After 12+ weeks, my UCL offer has finally come through!! [/quote]

12 weeks was quite some time. I had mine today after meeting all requirements on 27th January.
quote
Hello friends, I need some suggestions on a choice I have to make. I've received offers from QMUL and UCL and would be grateful to have some thoughts as to which one is better. I intend pursuing LLM in finance.
Any thoughts?
Hello friends, I need some suggestions on a choice I have to make. I've received offers from QMUL and UCL and would be grateful to have some thoughts as to which one is better. I intend pursuing LLM in finance.
Any thoughts?
quote
Naz Khan
Any potential UCL students here interested in connecting on Facebook or Whatsapp?
Any potential UCL students here interested in connecting on Facebook or Whatsapp?
quote


No news so far, unfortunately.


Sorry if it’s a silly question. I was wondering what exactly do you mean with the transcript movement?


It’s not a silly question, some of the earlier posters noted that the list of submitted documents in their LSE For You application page changed shortly before receiving an offer. The transcript listing moves to the bottom of the pile of received documents.


Thank you for explaining this. I’ll ge keeping an eye on it - it hasn’t changed at all thus far.
[quote][quote][quote][quote][quote]Hi everyone, my transcript moved down today. I applied in early December and got my ID around the 20th. [/quote]

Pls let us know if you have any update. :)[/quote]

No news so far, unfortunately. [/quote]

Sorry if it’s a silly question. I was wondering what exactly do you mean with the transcript movement?[/quote]

It’s not a silly question, some of the earlier posters noted that the list of submitted documents in their LSE For You application page changed shortly before receiving an offer. The transcript listing moves to the bottom of the pile of received documents.[/quote]

Thank you for explaining this. I’ll ge keeping an eye on it - it hasn’t changed at all thus far.
quote
dbears
I received unconditional offer from KCL today. I submitted my app on Jan 17, and my status on portal have never changed until today. I hope this information could be some help to who are waiting to hear back from KCL.
I received unconditional offer from KCL today. I submitted my app on Jan 17, and my status on portal have never changed until today. I hope this information could be some help to who are waiting to hear back from KCL.
quote
I received my unconditional offer for LSE today. I received my ID in late December.
I received my unconditional offer for LSE today. I received my ID in late December.
quote
Hello friends, I need some suggestions on a choice I have to make. I've received offers from QMUL and UCL and would be grateful to have some thoughts as to which one is better. I intend pursuing LLM in finance.
Any thoughts?
Clearly UCL.
[quote]Hello friends, I need some suggestions on a choice I have to make. I've received offers from QMUL and UCL and would be grateful to have some thoughts as to which one is better. I intend pursuing LLM in finance.
Any thoughts?[/quote] Clearly UCL.
quote
Hello friends, I need some suggestions on a choice I have to make. I've received offers from QMUL and UCL and would be grateful to have some thoughts as to which one is better. I intend pursuing LLM in finance.
Any thoughts?
Clearly UCL.


Not necessarily.
[quote][quote]Hello friends, I need some suggestions on a choice I have to make. I've received offers from QMUL and UCL and would be grateful to have some thoughts as to which one is better. I intend pursuing LLM in finance.
Any thoughts?[/quote] Clearly UCL. [/quote]

Not necessarily.
quote
1.2.3.4.5.
To those who have called the admissions team:
1. Do you think it is useful to call and ask about the results?
2. If yes, what is the phone number? (I cannot find it.)
3. Is it possible that they have already made a decision but have not notified me yet?

Today concludes my 10th week of a seemingly endless period. Congrats to those who have received an offer.
To those who have called the admissions team:
1. Do you think it is useful to call and ask about the results?
2. If yes, what is the phone number? (I cannot find it.)
3. Is it possible that they have already made a decision but have not notified me yet?

Today concludes my 10th week of a seemingly endless period. Congrats to those who have received an offer.
quote
Lostt
Do you guys reckon its a little late for me to be sending llm applications to UCL and KCL??
Do you guys reckon its a little late for me to be sending llm applications to UCL and KCL??
quote
miki3999
Do you guys reckon its a little late for me to be sending llm applications to UCL and KCL??


well, it ain't over 'til it's over, so you should try!

[Edited by miki3999 on Mar 01, 2019]

[quote]Do you guys reckon its a little late for me to be sending llm applications to UCL and KCL??[/quote]

well, it ain't over 'til it's over, so you should try!
quote
Strange question, but does anyone who meets the academic requirements of QMUL get rejected? I am sure it does happen, but have not encountered any instances of it after extensive Googling.
Strange question, but does anyone who meets the academic requirements of QMUL get rejected? I am sure it does happen, but have not encountered any instances of it after extensive Googling.
quote
Hello friends, I need some suggestions on a choice I have to make. I've received offers from QMUL and UCL and would be grateful to have some thoughts as to which one is better. I intend pursuing LLM in finance.
Any thoughts?


Queen Mary is first in most rankings for general LLMs, higher than UCL actually. It's very famous to people in the field, so it wouldn't matter if you said you did your LLM at QMUL, because of its high ranking and good reputation.
[quote]Hello friends, I need some suggestions on a choice I have to make. I've received offers from QMUL and UCL and would be grateful to have some thoughts as to which one is better. I intend pursuing LLM in finance.
Any thoughts?[/quote]

Queen Mary is first in most rankings for general LLMs, higher than UCL actually. It's very famous to people in the field, so it wouldn't matter if you said you did your LLM at QMUL, because of its high ranking and good reputation.
quote
Hello friends, I need some suggestions on a choice I have to make. I've received offers from QMUL and UCL and would be grateful to have some thoughts as to which one is better. I intend pursuing LLM in finance.
Any thoughts?


Queen Mary is first in most rankings for general LLMs, higher than UCL actually. It's very famous to people in the field, so it wouldn't matter if you said you did your LLM at QMUL, because of its high ranking and good reputation.
[quote][quote]Hello friends, I need some suggestions on a choice I have to make. I've received offers from QMUL and UCL and would be grateful to have some thoughts as to which one is better. I intend pursuing LLM in finance.
Any thoughts?[/quote]

Queen Mary is first in most rankings for general LLMs, higher than UCL actually. It's very famous to people in the field, so it wouldn't matter if you said you did your LLM at QMUL, because of its high ranking and good reputation. [/quote]

quote
Chubs
Hello friends, I need some suggestions on a choice I have to make. I've received offers from QMUL and UCL and would be grateful to have some thoughts as to which one is better. I intend pursuing LLM in finance.
Any thoughts?


Queen Mary is first in most rankings for general LLMs, higher than UCL actually. It's very famous to people in the field, so it wouldn't matter if you said you did your LLM at QMUL, because of its high ranking and good reputation.




Hi all I received offers from KCL and UCL (LLM). I’am interested in courses of digital rights and also regulated markets. Which one would you choose?
[quote][quote][quote]Hello friends, I need some suggestions on a choice I have to make. I've received offers from QMUL and UCL and would be grateful to have some thoughts as to which one is better. I intend pursuing LLM in finance.
Any thoughts?[/quote]

Queen Mary is first in most rankings for general LLMs, higher than UCL actually. It's very famous to people in the field, so it wouldn't matter if you said you did your LLM at QMUL, because of its high ranking and good reputation. [/quote]

[/quote]

Hi all I received offers from KCL and UCL (LLM). I’am interested in courses of digital rights and also regulated markets. Which one would you choose?
quote
miki3999


Hi all I received offers from KCL and UCL (LLM). I’am interested in courses of digital rights and also regulated markets. Which one would you choose?


They are both really good unis. UCL is higher in the rankings, but KCL is rated very high as well. An interesting thing about UCL is that although it's ranked v high in the UK, it is not so well-known outside the UK, which is strange, but well...Moreover, I have a friend who did Law at UCL and he said it was the worst experience of his life, but it is only a subjective opinion; it really depends on the person. If I were you, I'd consider aspects other than the rankings, such as the respective locations in London, eventual costs ( these, however, will be comparable, taken that they are both in London, which is hella expensive.) Also, have a look at the publications in your field; KCL is generally regarded as excellent in terms of research quality, but yet, UCL is more "prestigious."

[Edited by miki3999 on Mar 03, 2019]



[/quote]

Hi all I received offers from KCL and UCL (LLM). I’am interested in courses of digital rights and also regulated markets. Which one would you choose? [/quote]


They are both really good unis. UCL is higher in the rankings, but KCL is rated very high as well. An interesting thing about UCL is that although it's ranked v high in the UK, it is not so well-known outside the UK, which is strange, but well...Moreover, I have a friend who did Law at UCL and he said it was the worst experience of his life, but it is only a subjective opinion; it really depends on the person. If I were you, I'd consider aspects other than the rankings, such as the respective locations in London, eventual costs ( these, however, will be comparable, taken that they are both in London, which is hella expensive.) Also, have a look at the publications in your field; KCL is generally regarded as excellent in terms of research quality, but yet, UCL is more "prestigious."
quote
Chubs




Hi all I received offers from KCL and UCL (LLM). I’am interested in courses of digital rights and also regulated markets. Which one would you choose?


They are both really good unis. UCL is higher in the rankings, but KCL is rated very high as well. An interesting thing about UCL is that although it's ranked v high in the UK, it is not so well-known outside the UK, which is strange, but well...Moreover, I have a friend who did Law at UCL and he said it was the worst experience of his life, but it is only a subjective opinion; it really depends on the person. If I were you, I'd consider aspects other than the rankings, such as the respective locations in London, eventual costs ( these, however, will be comparable, taken that they are both in London, which is hella expensive.) Also, have a look at the publications in your field; KCL is generally regarded as excellent in terms of research quality, but yet, UCL is more "prestigious."
[quote]

[/quote]

Hi all I received offers from KCL and UCL (LLM). I’am interested in courses of digital rights and also regulated markets. Which one would you choose? [/quote]


They are both really good unis. UCL is higher in the rankings, but KCL is rated very high as well. An interesting thing about UCL is that although it's ranked v high in the UK, it is not so well-known outside the UK, which is strange, but well...Moreover, I have a friend who did Law at UCL and he said it was the worst experience of his life, but it is only a subjective opinion; it really depends on the person. If I were you, I'd consider aspects other than the rankings, such as the respective locations in London, eventual costs ( these, however, will be comparable, taken that they are both in London, which is hella expensive.) Also, have a look at the publications in your field; KCL is generally regarded as excellent in terms of research quality, but yet, UCL is more "prestigious."[/quote]
quote
Chubs
Thank you! It is a difficult choice!

I also applied to LSE but I haven’t heard back from them yet (applied Dec 16/ ID Jan 11).
Thank you! It is a difficult choice!

I also applied to LSE but I haven’t heard back from them yet (applied Dec 16/ ID Jan 11).
quote
Hi guys,

For LSE, when the transcripts moves down in the portal, is that just an indication that a decision has been made (acceptance or rejection) or is it a good sign (probably accepted)?
Hi guys,

For LSE, when the transcripts moves down in the portal, is that just an indication that a decision has been made (acceptance or rejection) or is it a good sign (probably accepted)?
quote

Reply to Post

Related Law Schools

London, United Kingdom 516 Followers 862 Discussions
London, United Kingdom 689 Followers 878 Discussions
London, United Kingdom 643 Followers 866 Discussions
London, United Kingdom 807 Followers 804 Discussions

Related Articles

LL.M. Programs in London: Studying Law in a Legal Capital

Dec 22, 2015

How students can use the city's location to build connections and get valuable experience

More Articles