LLM UCL / KCL / LSE / QMUL 2019-20


Botafogo
Hi, I´m from Brazil and have been accepted to KCL and QMUL so far (still waiting for LSE and Cambridge). From what i´ve heard KCL and QMUL are basically equivalent. I work with corporate law so would be willing to search for more subjects in this field. Which one do you believe is better? Any thoughts? thanks in advance
Hi, I´m from Brazil and have been accepted to KCL and QMUL so far (still waiting for LSE and Cambridge). From what i´ve heard KCL and QMUL are basically equivalent. I work with corporate law so would be willing to search for more subjects in this field. Which one do you believe is better? Any thoughts? thanks in advance
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Flavio
not on my side, still waiting and to be honest the wait is about to kill me !


Same here! When did u receive ur ID?


I received my ID on November 6th
[quote][quote]not on my side, still waiting and to be honest the wait is about to kill me ![/quote]

Same here! When did u receive ur ID?[/quote]

I received my ID on November 6th
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For LSE, my application was completed on 6 Jan and I still haven't received my ID. Should I be worried?

Also, does anyone have any update about KCL? I applied on 9 Dec and there has been no change at all. I tried to contact the admission office and there has been no reply either.

One more question, is it possible to choose a specialism when I only applied for the general LLM (for KCL and LSE)?


For KCL idk, but LSE: yes, your specialization is determined from your choices (minimum of x courses in one area).
[quote]For LSE, my application was completed on 6 Jan and I still haven't received my ID. Should I be worried?

Also, does anyone have any update about KCL? I applied on 9 Dec and there has been no change at all. I tried to contact the admission office and there has been no reply either.

One more question, is it possible to choose a specialism when I only applied for the general LLM (for KCL and LSE)?[/quote]

For KCL idk, but LSE: yes, your specialization is determined from your choices (minimum of x courses in one area).
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Hi, I´m from Brazil and have been accepted to KCL and QMUL so far (still waiting for LSE and Cambridge). From what i´ve heard KCL and QMUL are basically equivalent. I work with corporate law so would be willing to search for more subjects in this field. Which one do you believe is better? Any thoughts? thanks in advance

Why dont you research their courses if those fit your interests/needs for your job/future careerplans. At the same time, check for rankings in that particular field. It really depends on your personal needs and objectives.

[Edited by billabongs81 on Jan 24, 2019]

[quote]Hi, I´m from Brazil and have been accepted to KCL and QMUL so far (still waiting for LSE and Cambridge). From what i´ve heard KCL and QMUL are basically equivalent. I work with corporate law so would be willing to search for more subjects in this field. Which one do you believe is better? Any thoughts? thanks in advance[/quote]
Why dont you research their courses if those fit your interests/needs for your job/future careerplans. At the same time, check for rankings in that particular field. It really depends on your personal needs and objectives.
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Just to give an update - I received an offer today on the portal for the LLM programme in LSE. I applied on the 5th of November and got my ID on the 6th of November.

[Edited by doingalright39 on Jan 25, 2019]

Just to give an update - I received an offer today on the portal for the LLM programme in LSE. I applied on the 5th of November and got my ID on the 6th of November.
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Congrats! May I ask you a little information about your curriculum vitae? Thanks.

Just to give an update - I received an offer today on the portal for the LLM programme in LSE. I applied on the 5th of November and got my ID on the 6th of November.
Congrats! May I ask you a little information about your curriculum vitae? Thanks.

[quote]Just to give an update - I received an offer today on the portal for the LLM programme in LSE. I applied on the 5th of November and got my ID on the 6th of November. [/quote]
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Thank you! I'm set to graduate this year with a First Class Honours in Law (LLB). I applied for the International Law specialisation of the LSE LLM. I've done several internships at commercial law firms and am very involved with the IR society on campus. I also focused on modules related to International Law this year.

[Edited by doingalright39 on Jan 27, 2019]

Thank you! I'm set to graduate this year with a First Class Honours in Law (LLB). I applied for the International Law specialisation of the LSE LLM. I've done several internships at commercial law firms and am very involved with the IR society on campus. I also focused on modules related to International Law this year.
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Pau1991
Hi! I'm applying to KCL and I am not sure about how to complete the section "qualification". Does ayone know which option I should select? In Uruguay mi degree is lawyer, but I do not find any option similar as bachelor (law) or JD. Thank you!
Hi! I'm applying to KCL and I am not sure about how to complete the section "qualification". Does ayone know which option I should select? In Uruguay mi degree is lawyer, but I do not find any option similar as bachelor (law) or JD. Thank you!
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miki3999
Hi! I'm applying to KCL and I am not sure about how to complete the section "qualification". Does ayone know which option I should select? In Uruguay mi degree is lawyer, but I do not find any option similar as bachelor (law) or JD. Thank you!



I couldn't find that option either so I just wrote 'Bachelor of Laws' myself and it worked
[quote]Hi! I'm applying to KCL and I am not sure about how to complete the section "qualification". Does ayone know which option I should select? In Uruguay mi degree is lawyer, but I do not find any option similar as bachelor (law) or JD. Thank you![/quote]


I couldn't find that option either so I just wrote 'Bachelor of Laws' myself and it worked
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JordB
Hi, Pau! I had the same problem. I chose “bachelor of arts” as there was no other option, and, just as Mikolaj, i had no problem for it.

Good luck!

Hi! I'm applying to KCL and I am not sure about how to complete the section "qualification". Does ayone know which option I should select? In Uruguay mi degree is lawyer, but I do not find any option similar as bachelor (law) or JD. Thank you!
Hi, Pau! I had the same problem. I chose “bachelor of arts” as there was no other option, and, just as Mikolaj, i had no problem for it.

Good luck!

[quote]Hi! I'm applying to KCL and I am not sure about how to complete the section "qualification". Does ayone know which option I should select? In Uruguay mi degree is lawyer, but I do not find any option similar as bachelor (law) or JD. Thank you![/quote]
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Anyone else still waiting to hear back from UCL? It’s been 8+ weeks now
Anyone else still waiting to hear back from UCL? It’s been 8+ weeks now
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Hi guys! As I am still waiting for an answer from LSE, I'm considering applying to UCL as well. I have prepared my personal statement, but I don't know how long it would take to write the essay. Do you think it should be a "real" paper with quotes etc.? I'm writing my master's dissertation, so I don't have plenty of time.
Hi guys! As I am still waiting for an answer from LSE, I'm considering applying to UCL as well. I have prepared my personal statement, but I don't know how long it would take to write the essay. Do you think it should be a "real" paper with quotes etc.? I'm writing my master's dissertation, so I don't have plenty of time.
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Hi guys! As I am still waiting for an answer from LSE, I'm considering applying to UCL as well. I have prepared my personal statement, but I don't know how long it would take to write the essay. Do you think it should be a "real" paper with quotes etc.? I'm writing my master's dissertation, so I don't have plenty of time.


I did it with just a work-related story, which motivated me for the topic. As I read it, you can either send an academic paper of your (i.e. with citation etc.) or a story from work, but necessarliy related with the motivation you want to study further.. I hope it helps..

[Edited by billabongs81 on Jan 28, 2019]

[quote]Hi guys! As I am still waiting for an answer from LSE, I'm considering applying to UCL as well. I have prepared my personal statement, but I don't know how long it would take to write the essay. Do you think it should be a "real" paper with quotes etc.? I'm writing my master's dissertation, so I don't have plenty of time. [/quote]

I did it with just a work-related story, which motivated me for the topic. As I read it, you can either send an academic paper of your (i.e. with citation etc.) or a story from work, but necessarliy related with the motivation you want to study further.. I hope it helps..
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Thank you very much. Have you received an offer of any kind already?

Hi guys! As I am still waiting for an answer from LSE, I'm considering applying to UCL as well. I have prepared my personal statement, but I don't know how long it would take to write the essay. Do you think it should be a "real" paper with quotes etc.? I'm writing my master's dissertation, so I don't have plenty of time.


I did it with just a work-related story, which motivated me for the topic. As I read it, you can either send an academic paper of your (i.e. with citation etc.) or a story from work, but necessarliy related with the motivation you want to study further.. I hope it helps..
Thank you very much. Have you received an offer of any kind already?

[quote][quote]Hi guys! As I am still waiting for an answer from LSE, I'm considering applying to UCL as well. I have prepared my personal statement, but I don't know how long it would take to write the essay. Do you think it should be a "real" paper with quotes etc.? I'm writing my master's dissertation, so I don't have plenty of time. [/quote]

I did it with just a work-related story, which motivated me for the topic. As I read it, you can either send an academic paper of your (i.e. with citation etc.) or a story from work, but necessarliy related with the motivation you want to study further.. I hope it helps..[/quote]
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Thank you very much. Have you received an offer of any kind already?

Hi guys! As I am still waiting for an answer from LSE, I'm considering applying to UCL as well. I have prepared my personal statement, but I don't know how long it would take to write the essay. Do you think it should be a "real" paper with quotes etc.? I'm writing my master's dissertation, so I don't have plenty of time.


I did it with just a work-related story, which motivated me for the topic. As I read it, you can either send an academic paper of your (i.e. with citation etc.) or a story from work, but necessarliy related with the motivation you want to study further.. I hope it helps..


LSE and UCL not yet. UCL: just completed the application one week ago. KCL, QMUL already offers.
[quote]Thank you very much. Have you received an offer of any kind already?

[quote][quote]Hi guys! As I am still waiting for an answer from LSE, I'm considering applying to UCL as well. I have prepared my personal statement, but I don't know how long it would take to write the essay. Do you think it should be a "real" paper with quotes etc.? I'm writing my master's dissertation, so I don't have plenty of time. [/quote]

I did it with just a work-related story, which motivated me for the topic. As I read it, you can either send an academic paper of your (i.e. with citation etc.) or a story from work, but necessarliy related with the motivation you want to study further.. I hope it helps..[/quote][/quote]

LSE and UCL not yet. UCL: just completed the application one week ago. KCL, QMUL already offers.
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Someone got news from LSE?
Someone got news from LSE?
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MarinaND
Nothing yet.. and it's been more than 11 weeks since I got my ID (applied on the beginning of Nov)

[Edited by MarinaND on Jan 30, 2019]

Nothing yet.. and it's been more than 11 weeks since I got my ID (applied on the beginning of Nov)
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I noticed today that my transcript moved to the bottom of the page by IDK if that means anything!
I noticed today that my transcript moved to the bottom of the page by IDK if that means anything!
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MarinaND
The admissions calendar states that on January newsletters are sent to all applicants holding an offer.. lets hope to hear something on the next couple of days!
The admissions calendar states that on January newsletters are sent to all applicants holding an offer.. lets hope to hear something on the next couple of days!
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eo123
I’ve received an offer from UCL yesterday!
I’ve received an offer from UCL yesterday!
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