LLM UCL / KCL / LSE / QMUL 2019-20


I applied to KCL and UCL some days ago, do you think that I have any chances to receive an offer as a late applicant?


Anyone could help me with this question please? Thanks in advance.


I think this question has yet to be answered because I do not think anyone in this forum could answer with any certainty. Based on my personal conjecture alone, I think that your chances are diminished, but that is not to say they are completely gone. It is possible you could be put on a wait list for UCL, if they determine your application to be of sufficient merit but they no longer have any available space to offer you a place. I think the main problem you could run into is that all available spaces have already been offered to others. However, there is always still a chance, so do not lose all hope.

[Edited by ejaintheusa on Mar 19, 2019]

[quote][quote]I applied to KCL and UCL some days ago, do you think that I have any chances to receive an offer as a late applicant?[/quote]

Anyone could help me with this question please? Thanks in advance. [/quote]

I think this question has yet to be answered because I do not think anyone in this forum could answer with any certainty. Based on my personal conjecture alone, I think that your chances are diminished, but that is not to say they are completely gone. It is possible you could be put on a wait list for UCL, if they determine your application to be of sufficient merit but they no longer have any available space to offer you a place. I think the main problem you could run into is that all available spaces have already been offered to others. However, there is always still a chance, so do not lose all hope.
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I think this question has yet to be answered because I do not think anyone in this forum could answer with any certainty. Based on my personal conjecture alone, I think that your chances are diminished, but that is not to say they are completely gone. It is possible you could be put on a wait list for UCL, if they determine your application to be of sufficient merit but they no longer have any available space to offer you a place. I think the main problem you could run into is that all available spaces have already been offered to others. However, there is always still a chance, so do not lose all hope.

I agree with this! Also based on your comments on the forum I see you have been admitted by some top US institutions so your credentials clearly make you a competitive candidate , the timing just MIGHT not be in your favour. I wish you the best of luck with your UK applications

I think this question has yet to be answered because I do not think anyone in this forum could answer with any certainty. Based on my personal conjecture alone, I think that your chances are diminished, but that is not to say they are completely gone. It is possible you could be put on a wait list for UCL, if they determine your application to be of sufficient merit but they no longer have any available space to offer you a place. I think the main problem you could run into is that all available spaces have already been offered to others. However, there is always still a chance, so do not lose all hope.[/quote]

I agree with this! Also based on your comments on the forum I see you have been admitted by some top US institutions so your credentials clearly make you a competitive candidate , the timing just MIGHT not be in your favour. I wish you the best of luck with your UK applications
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eyup kun

My transcript has moved down recently. I hope to receive offer from LSE.
I received my ID on 24th January.

My transcript has moved down recently. I hope to receive offer from LSE.
I received my ID on 24th January.

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Any update on UCL applications? I applied around 22nd Jan and still haven’t received a reply

Any update on UCL applications? I applied around 22nd Jan and still haven’t received a reply
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Any update on UCL applications? I applied around 22nd Jan and still haven’t received a reply
In the same boat. Even I applied around that time but haven't received a response yet. The weird part is that I tried to call them yesterday and no one even attended my call.

[quote]Any update on UCL applications? I applied around 22nd Jan and still haven’t received a reply[/quote] In the same boat. Even I applied around that time but haven't received a response yet. The weird part is that I tried to call them yesterday and no one even attended my call.
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Any update on UCL applications? I applied around 22nd Jan and still haven’t received a reply
In the same boat. Even I applied around that time but haven't received a response yet. The weird part is that I tried to call them yesterday and no one even attended my call.


Its really frustrating.

[quote][quote]Any update on UCL applications? I applied around 22nd Jan and still haven’t received a reply[/quote] In the same boat. Even I applied around that time but haven't received a response yet. The weird part is that I tried to call them yesterday and no one even attended my call. [/quote]

Its really frustrating.
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TLP

Rejected by LSE... received my id on February 1st

Rejected by LSE... received my id on February 1st
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Lv88

Any update on KCL applications? I applied on February 5, 6 weeks ago

Any update on KCL applications? I applied on February 5, 6 weeks ago
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I am still waiting for the answer of KCL. I applied 6 weeks ago too.

I am still waiting for the answer of KCL. I applied 6 weeks ago too.
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LLM121

Rejected by LSE... received my id on February 1st


Would you mind sharing their reasoning with us?

[quote]Rejected by LSE... received my id on February 1st[/quote]

Would you mind sharing their reasoning with us?
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TLP

Rejected by LSE... received my id on February 1st


Would you mind sharing their reasoning with us?


Of course not! Please find below:


20 March 2019

Applicant ID Number: 201938352

Please quote your number in any communication with the Graduate Admissions Office

Dear Thaís,

Your application for admission to the Master of Laws (M3U1), has now been considered.

I regret to inform you that you have not been successful.

Whilst it is not the policy of the School to give specific reasons for decisions, we offer the following to clarify matters. Decisions are contingent upon the availability of places, there are simply not enough places to give an offer to everybody with a first, upper second or equivalent. Many applicants, most of whom are extremely well qualified, are inevitably disappointed. Departments are looking for excellent references, a focussed personal statement and in some cases relevant work experience and good test results.

The decision of the Graduate School, however, is final. We are not able to enter into further correspondence about the decision.

[quote][quote]Rejected by LSE... received my id on February 1st[/quote]

Would you mind sharing their reasoning with us? [/quote]

Of course not! Please find below:


20 March 2019

Applicant ID Number: 201938352

Please quote your number in any communication with the Graduate Admissions Office

Dear Thaís,

Your application for admission to the Master of Laws (M3U1), has now been considered.

I regret to inform you that you have not been successful.

Whilst it is not the policy of the School to give specific reasons for decisions, we offer the following to clarify matters. Decisions are contingent upon the availability of places, there are simply not enough places to give an offer to everybody with a first, upper second or equivalent. Many applicants, most of whom are extremely well qualified, are inevitably disappointed. Departments are looking for excellent references, a focussed personal statement and in some cases relevant work experience and good test results.

The decision of the Graduate School, however, is final. We are not able to enter into further correspondence about the decision.
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LLM121

Thank you! Good luck in the future endeavors!

Rejected by LSE... received my id on February 1st


Would you mind sharing their reasoning with us?


Of course not! Please find below:


20 March 2019

Applicant ID Number: 201938352

Please quote your number in any communication with the Graduate Admissions Office

Dear Thaís,

Your application for admission to the Master of Laws (M3U1), has now been considered.

I regret to inform you that you have not been successful.

Whilst it is not the policy of the School to give specific reasons for decisions, we offer the following to clarify matters. Decisions are contingent upon the availability of places, there are simply not enough places to give an offer to everybody with a first, upper second or equivalent. Many applicants, most of whom are extremely well qualified, are inevitably disappointed. Departments are looking for excellent references, a focussed personal statement and in some cases relevant work experience and good test results.

The decision of the Graduate School, however, is final. We are not able to enter into further correspondence about the decision.

Thank you! Good luck in the future endeavors!

[quote][quote][quote]Rejected by LSE... received my id on February 1st[/quote]

Would you mind sharing their reasoning with us? [/quote]

Of course not! Please find below:


20 March 2019

Applicant ID Number: 201938352

Please quote your number in any communication with the Graduate Admissions Office

Dear Thaís,

Your application for admission to the Master of Laws (M3U1), has now been considered.

I regret to inform you that you have not been successful.

Whilst it is not the policy of the School to give specific reasons for decisions, we offer the following to clarify matters. Decisions are contingent upon the availability of places, there are simply not enough places to give an offer to everybody with a first, upper second or equivalent. Many applicants, most of whom are extremely well qualified, are inevitably disappointed. Departments are looking for excellent references, a focussed personal statement and in some cases relevant work experience and good test results.

The decision of the Graduate School, however, is final. We are not able to enter into further correspondence about the decision.[/quote]
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Bookside

Hey,
received an offer (a few weeks ago) from LSE. Some German applicants here? And do you know how many people are accepted at LSE?

Hey,
received an offer (a few weeks ago) from LSE. Some German applicants here? And do you know how many people are accepted at LSE?
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eyup kun

I have just received my offer today. Good luck to those expecting decisions from LSE.

My transcript has moved down recently. I hope to receive offer from LSE.
I received my ID on 24th January.

I have just received my offer today. Good luck to those expecting decisions from LSE.

[quote]My transcript has moved down recently. I hope to receive offer from LSE.
I received my ID on 24th January.

[/quote]
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Lv88

The status of the documents in my KCL application has recently changed from "received" to "document is ok". Considering that, does anyone know how more time i would have to wait to receive a response?

The status of the documents in my KCL application has recently changed from "received" to "document is ok". Considering that, does anyone know how more time i would have to wait to receive a response?
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Lv88

I am still waiting for the answer of KCL. I applied 6 weeks ago too.
I received an offer today :)!

[quote]I am still waiting for the answer of KCL. I applied 6 weeks ago too.
[/quote] I received an offer today :)!
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Has anyone received an offer from LSE lately? I received my ID on Feb. 1 but have yet to hear back from them, and no transcript movement.

Has anyone received an offer from LSE lately? I received my ID on Feb. 1 but have yet to hear back from them, and no transcript movement.
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poupemou

Any update on UCL applications? I applied around 22nd Jan and still haven’t received a reply
In the same boat. Even I applied around that time but haven't received a response yet. The weird part is that I tried to call them yesterday and no one even attended my call.


Hello guys!

I have just received an unconditional offer from UCL.
My application was completed on the 15th of February.
So, for all late applicants it seems that there is still hope!
I'm still waiting for Kings and LSE.
Good luck everyone

[quote][quote]Any update on UCL applications? I applied around 22nd Jan and still haven’t received a reply[/quote] In the same boat. Even I applied around that time but haven't received a response yet. The weird part is that I tried to call them yesterday and no one even attended my call. [/quote]

Hello guys!

I have just received an unconditional offer from UCL.
My application was completed on the 15th of February.
So, for all late applicants it seems that there is still hope!
I'm still waiting for Kings and LSE.
Good luck everyone
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Any update on UCL applications? I applied around 22nd Jan and still haven’t received a reply
In the same boat. Even I applied around that time but haven't received a response yet. The weird part is that I tried to call them yesterday and no one even attended my call.


Hello guys!

I have just received an unconditional offer from UCL.
My application was completed on the 15th of February.
So, for all late applicants it seems that there is still hope!
I'm still waiting for Kings and LSE.
Good luck everyone


My application was completed in the last week of January and still haven’t heard from them.

[quote][quote][quote]Any update on UCL applications? I applied around 22nd Jan and still haven’t received a reply[/quote] In the same boat. Even I applied around that time but haven't received a response yet. The weird part is that I tried to call them yesterday and no one even attended my call. [/quote]

Hello guys!

I have just received an unconditional offer from UCL.
My application was completed on the 15th of February.
So, for all late applicants it seems that there is still hope!
I'm still waiting for Kings and LSE.
Good luck everyone[/quote]

My application was completed in the last week of January and still haven’t heard from them.
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kiwig

Just got an offer from UCL however im not sure about the specialism i chose.. anyone know if its actually possible to change it?

Just got an offer from UCL however im not sure about the specialism i chose.. anyone know if its actually possible to change it?
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