LLM UCL / KCL / LSE / QMUL 2019-20


Lv88
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.


Same here, my application was completed on February 11 and nothing yet
[quote][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.[/quote]

Same here, my application was completed on February 11 and nothing yet
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TLP
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.


My application is now "Currently being processed by Admissions". Changed the status today...
[quote][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.[/quote]

My application is now "Currently being processed by Admissions". Changed the status today...
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tadic


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.


Same here, my application was completed on February 11 and nothing yet


I finished my application on 18th February. I called them today and they told me the Faculty has recommended an offer but it's subject to final checks by the admission. There's no change of status on portico yet.
Instead of waiting painfully you may consider calling the admission office!
[quote][quote][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.[/quote]

Same here, my application was completed on February 11 and nothing yet[/quote]

I finished my application on 18th February. I called them today and they told me the Faculty has recommended an offer but it's subject to final checks by the admission. There's no change of status on portico yet.
Instead of waiting painfully you may consider calling the admission office!
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Hi. I have received an offer from QMUL for Comparitive and Dispute Resolution and still waiting for a response from UCL. Is QMUL honestly worth it?
Hi. I have received an offer from QMUL for Comparitive and Dispute Resolution and still waiting for a response from UCL. Is QMUL honestly worth it?
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Just got an offer from UCL however im not sure about the specialism i chose.. anyone know if its actually possible to change it?


I thought UCL admits for a general LLM and the student gets to choose which specialism to pursue or even LLM simpliciter. I hold an offer to pursue LLM in UCL and I have the option of choosing a specialism later. Correct me if yours is to the contrary.

[Edited by esoseiafful on Mar 23, 2019]

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

I thought UCL admits for a general LLM and the student gets to choose which specialism to pursue or even LLM simpliciter. I hold an offer to pursue LLM in UCL and I have the option of choosing a specialism later. Correct me if yours is to the contrary.
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Hi. I have received an offer from QMUL for Comparitive and Dispute Resolution and still waiting for a response from UCL. Is QMUL honestly worth it?


QMUL is definitely a place of choice. I would have gladly pursued my LLM at QMUL if I hadn't received another offer. But I believe QMUL is really worth it and I'll advise anyone to take up a place there.
[quote]Hi. I have received an offer from QMUL for Comparitive and Dispute Resolution and still waiting for a response from UCL. Is QMUL honestly worth it? [/quote]

QMUL is definitely a place of choice. I would have gladly pursued my LLM at QMUL if I hadn't received another offer. But I believe QMUL is really worth it and I'll advise anyone to take up a place there.
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Hi. I have received an offer from QMUL for Comparitive and Dispute Resolution and still waiting for a response from UCL. Is QMUL honestly worth it?


QMUL is definitely a place of choice. I would have gladly pursued my LLM at QMUL if I hadn't received another offer. But I believe QMUL is really worth it and I'll advise anyone to take up a place there.


Thank you.
[quote][quote]Hi. I have received an offer from QMUL for Comparitive and Dispute Resolution and still waiting for a response from UCL. Is QMUL honestly worth it? [/quote]

QMUL is definitely a place of choice. I would have gladly pursued my LLM at QMUL if I hadn't received another offer. But I believe QMUL is really worth it and I'll advise anyone to take up a place there.[/quote]

Thank you.
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Jah12
Hi. Is there anyone who has received LSE id on 20th feb, and has heard anything or not heard!
Hi. Is there anyone who has received LSE id on 20th feb, and has heard anything or not heard!
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Hi. Is there anyone who has received LSE id on 20th feb, and has heard anything or not heard!


Hi,

I received my ID on Feb 20th and haven’t heard anything yet. I just got an offer from KCL (I applied at the end of February - don’t remember exactly when)
[quote]Hi. Is there anyone who has received LSE id on 20th feb, and has heard anything or not heard![/quote]

Hi,

I received my ID on Feb 20th and haven’t heard anything yet. I just got an offer from KCL (I applied at the end of February - don’t remember exactly when)
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Applied on 26th Feb and got an offer from KCL
Applied on 26th Feb and got an offer from KCL
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idllm
Applied on 26th Feb and got an offer from KCL


Great! Congrats
[quote]Applied on 26th Feb and got an offer from KCL[/quote]

Great! Congrats
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Hi. Is there anyone who has received LSE id on 20th feb, and has heard anything or not heard!


Hi I received my ID on January 31st, and haven’t heard a thing, hope I get some news next week!
[quote]Hi. Is there anyone who has received LSE id on 20th feb, and has heard anything or not heard![/quote]

Hi I received my ID on January 31st, and haven’t heard a thing, hope I get some news next week!
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Not heard anything from LSE AND GOT I'd on 27th Feb. Their website seems to be really off.
Not heard anything from LSE AND GOT I'd on 27th Feb. Their website seems to be really off.
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I received my LSE ID on February 1st and have yet to hear back from them as well. But their website does say to expect a response 8 to 10 weeks from the date you receive your ID. Therefore, I have not been really expecting to hear back from them until March 29, at the earliest. So those of you that just received your ID at the end of February unfortunately likely have a bit of a wait.

[Edited by ejaintheusa on Mar 23, 2019]

I received my LSE ID on February 1st and have yet to hear back from them as well. But their website does say to expect a response 8 to 10 weeks from the date you receive your ID. Therefore, I have not been really expecting to hear back from them until March 29, at the earliest. So those of you that just received your ID at the end of February unfortunately likely have a bit of a wait.
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Hello everyone. I can't thank this forum enough for resolving all possible queries I had during the process of application. I have finally received offers from UCL (8 weeks from date of application), KCL (7 weeks) and QMUL (3 weeks), all in the last few days. I wish to choose Competition Law as my specialisation. And now comes the dilemma of choosing the right university. At one hand the Competition Law LLM Course at UCL has been ranked number 1 in the world (by this website) for a the last few years, consistently. Whereas, at KCL the professors (especially Dr. Richard Whish) are authorities in this area of law.

Any assistance, leads, suggestions, contacts etc. would be highly appreciated to help me resolve this!

Thanks for the help. Congratulations to all other candidates! And good luck to all awaiting responses!
Hello everyone. I can't thank this forum enough for resolving all possible queries I had during the process of application. I have finally received offers from UCL (8 weeks from date of application), KCL (7 weeks) and QMUL (3 weeks), all in the last few days. I wish to choose Competition Law as my specialisation. And now comes the dilemma of choosing the right university. At one hand the Competition Law LLM Course at UCL has been ranked number 1 in the world (by this website) for a the last few years, consistently. Whereas, at KCL the professors (especially Dr. Richard Whish) are authorities in this area of law.

Any assistance, leads, suggestions, contacts etc. would be highly appreciated to help me resolve this!

Thanks for the help. Congratulations to all other candidates! And good luck to all awaiting responses!
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Hello everyone. I can't thank this forum enough for resolving all possible queries I had during the process of application. I have finally received offers from UCL (8 weeks from date of application), KCL (7 weeks) and QMUL (3 weeks), all in the last few days. I wish to choose Competition Law as my specialisation. And now comes the dilemma of choosing the right university. At one hand the Competition Law LLM Course at UCL has been ranked number 1 in the world (by this website) for a the last few years, consistently. Whereas, at KCL the professors (especially Dr. Richard Whish) are authorities in this area of law.

Any assistance, leads, suggestions, contacts etc. would be highly appreciated to help me resolve this!

Thanks for the help. Congratulations to all other candidates! And good luck to all awaiting responses!


Personally, I would choose UCL simply because it is more prestigious. Prestige always helps when looking for jobs, and that factor should tilt your decision towards UCL given the other factors you stated.
[quote]Hello everyone. I can't thank this forum enough for resolving all possible queries I had during the process of application. I have finally received offers from UCL (8 weeks from date of application), KCL (7 weeks) and QMUL (3 weeks), all in the last few days. I wish to choose Competition Law as my specialisation. And now comes the dilemma of choosing the right university. At one hand the Competition Law LLM Course at UCL has been ranked number 1 in the world (by this website) for a the last few years, consistently. Whereas, at KCL the professors (especially Dr. Richard Whish) are authorities in this area of law.

Any assistance, leads, suggestions, contacts etc. would be highly appreciated to help me resolve this!

Thanks for the help. Congratulations to all other candidates! And good luck to all awaiting responses![/quote]

Personally, I would choose UCL simply because it is more prestigious. Prestige always helps when looking for jobs, and that factor should tilt your decision towards UCL given the other factors you stated.
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ivan1
Hi guys,
I applied to LSE on 14th of February and received my ID on the 5th of March, 2 days before they closed it for new applicants. Is there any point waiting for the decision?

[Edited by ivan1 on Mar 25, 2019]

Hi guys,
I applied to LSE on 14th of February and received my ID on the 5th of March, 2 days before they closed it for new applicants. Is there any point waiting for the decision?
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LLM121
Hi guys,
I applied to LSE on 14th of February and received my ID on the 5th of March, 2 days before they closed it for new applicants. Is there any point waiting for the decision?

If your application meets their standards you may either be admitted or put on a waiting list. I do not see a reason to worry. In the worst case scenario, you can start in 20-21 what I personally think is also fine. You can do internships or work.
[quote]Hi guys,
I applied to LSE on 14th of February and received my ID on the 5th of March, 2 days before they closed it for new applicants. Is there any point waiting for the decision?
[/quote]
If your application meets their standards you may either be admitted or put on a waiting list. I do not see a reason to worry. In the worst case scenario, you can start in 20-21 what I personally think is also fine. You can do internships or work.
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Hello everyone. I can't thank this forum enough for resolving all possible queries I had during the process of application. I have finally received offers from UCL (8 weeks from date of application), KCL (7 weeks) and QMUL (3 weeks), all in the last few days. I wish to choose Competition Law as my specialisation. And now comes the dilemma of choosing the right university. At one hand the Competition Law LLM Course at UCL has been ranked number 1 in the world (by this website) for a the last few years, consistently. Whereas, at KCL the professors (especially Dr. Richard Whish) are authorities in this area of law.

Any assistance, leads, suggestions, contacts etc. would be highly appreciated to help me resolve this!

Thanks for the help. Congratulations to all other candidates! And good luck to all awaiting responses!


Personally, I would choose UCL simply because it is more prestigious. Prestige always helps when looking for jobs, and that factor should tilt your decision towards UCL given the other factors you stated.


I'll go for UCL any day.
All the best:)
[quote][quote]Hello everyone. I can't thank this forum enough for resolving all possible queries I had during the process of application. I have finally received offers from UCL (8 weeks from date of application), KCL (7 weeks) and QMUL (3 weeks), all in the last few days. I wish to choose Competition Law as my specialisation. And now comes the dilemma of choosing the right university. At one hand the Competition Law LLM Course at UCL has been ranked number 1 in the world (by this website) for a the last few years, consistently. Whereas, at KCL the professors (especially Dr. Richard Whish) are authorities in this area of law.

Any assistance, leads, suggestions, contacts etc. would be highly appreciated to help me resolve this!

Thanks for the help. Congratulations to all other candidates! And good luck to all awaiting responses![/quote]

Personally, I would choose UCL simply because it is more prestigious. Prestige always helps when looking for jobs, and that factor should tilt your decision towards UCL given the other factors you stated.[/quote]

I'll go for UCL any day.
All the best:)
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Hi,

Any thoughts on which one to go for - KCL or UCL for finance/ banking laws? The modules for the KCL program are quite interesting. Conversely, the UCL banking and finance course has heavy focus on regulation which is something I am not very keen on. However, I have realized (happy to be corrected though) UCL seems to have better reputation and is considered more prestigious.

[Edited by Applicant19 on Mar 25, 2019]

Hi,

Any thoughts on which one to go for - KCL or UCL for finance/ banking laws? The modules for the KCL program are quite interesting. Conversely, the UCL banking and finance course has heavy focus on regulation which is something I am not very keen on. However, I have realized (happy to be corrected though) UCL seems to have better reputation and is considered more prestigious.
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