LLM UCL / KCL / LSE / QMUL 2019-20


TLP
Hi guys! I have applied to LSE for 3 weeks now and did not receive my ID. Should I concern about it?
Hi guys! I have applied to LSE for 3 weeks now and did not receive my ID. Should I concern about it?
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Hi guys! I have applied to LSE for 3 weeks now and did not receive my ID. Should I concern about it?

Have you checked "current processing times"? Just google it, there it says they are processing applications received on January 6. If they pass the date where you have sent all your stuff, then you should give them a call. There is a huge backlog due to the winter break and several deadlines.
[quote]Hi guys! I have applied to LSE for 3 weeks now and did not receive my ID. Should I concern about it?[/quote]
Have you checked "current processing times"? Just google it, there it says they are processing applications received on January 6. If they pass the date where you have sent all your stuff, then you should give them a call. There is a huge backlog due to the winter break and several deadlines.
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I noticed today that my transcript moved to the bottom of the page by IDK if that means anything!

Sounds promising, when did you receive your ID?
[quote]I noticed today that my transcript moved to the bottom of the page by IDK if that means anything![/quote]
Sounds promising, when did you receive your ID?
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I noticed today that my transcript moved to the bottom of the page by IDK if that means anything!

Sounds promising, when did you receive your ID?


I received it on 14/11. Does a ‘transcript move’ indicate anything?
[quote][quote]I noticed today that my transcript moved to the bottom of the page by IDK if that means anything![/quote]
Sounds promising, when did you receive your ID?[/quote]

I received it on 14/11. Does a ‘transcript move’ indicate anything?
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Hi guys, I feel very stupid asking this, but what do you mean with "transcript movement"? What does that indicate? I am starting to feel quite anxious.

Thank you in advance


I noticed today that my transcript moved to the bottom of the page by IDK if that means anything!

Sounds promising, when did you receive your ID?


I received it on 14/11. Does a ‘transcript move’ indicate anything?
Hi guys, I feel very stupid asking this, but what do you mean with "transcript movement"? What does that indicate? I am starting to feel quite anxious.

Thank you in advance


[quote][quote][quote]I noticed today that my transcript moved to the bottom of the page by IDK if that means anything![/quote]
Sounds promising, when did you receive your ID?[/quote]

I received it on 14/11. Does a ‘transcript move’ indicate anything?[/quote]
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TLP
Hi guys! I have applied to LSE for 3 weeks now and did not receive my ID. Should I concern about it?

Have you checked "current processing times"? Just google it, there it says they are processing applications received on January 6. If they pass the date where you have sent all your stuff, then you should give them a call. There is a huge backlog due to the winter break and several deadlines.


Tks! My application was created on January 10, 2019. So, I presume no ID for now and I should wait!
[quote][quote]Hi guys! I have applied to LSE for 3 weeks now and did not receive my ID. Should I concern about it?[/quote]
Have you checked "current processing times"? Just google it, there it says they are processing applications received on January 6. If they pass the date where you have sent all your stuff, then you should give them a call. There is a huge backlog due to the winter break and several deadlines.[/quote]

Tks! My application was created on January 10, 2019. So, I presume no ID for now and I should wait!
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I noticed today that my transcript moved to the bottom of the page by IDK if that means anything!

Sounds promising, when did you receive your ID?


I received it on 14/11. Does a ‘transcript move’ indicate anything?


There is a pretty consistent trend that when the order of your documents in the LSE For You system changes-particularly when your transcripts move down and their names change-you might receive an offer or waitlist place. So far, it can happen several weeks before the decision is communicated to you, or some days or on the same day you receive the decision. Conclusively, it seems like it is a strong indicator that you are not rejected.

[Edited by billabongs81 on Jan 30, 2019]

[quote][quote][quote]I noticed today that my transcript moved to the bottom of the page by IDK if that means anything![/quote]
Sounds promising, when did you receive your ID?[/quote]

I received it on 14/11. Does a ‘transcript move’ indicate anything?[/quote]

There is a pretty consistent trend that when the order of your documents in the LSE For You system changes-particularly when your transcripts move down and their names change-you might receive an offer or waitlist place. So far, it can happen several weeks before the decision is communicated to you, or some days or on the same day you receive the decision. Conclusively, it seems like it is a strong indicator that you are not rejected.
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Anyone else still waiting to hear back from UCL? It’s been 8+ weeks now


I got an offer from UCL a week and a half ago!
[quote]Anyone else still waiting to hear back from UCL? It’s been 8+ weeks now [/quote]

I got an offer from UCL a week and a half ago!
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MarinaND
Hi guys! As an update, I just received an unconditional offer from LSE. My application was finished on November 11th, so anyone who applied near that date should be receiving an answers on the next days :)
Hi guys! As an update, I just received an unconditional offer from LSE. My application was finished on November 11th, so anyone who applied near that date should be receiving an answers on the next days :)
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anthea
Hi everyone!
I applied for KCL on January 4th and I haven't heard back so far.
Is there anyone who applied near that date and received an offer or rejection?
Usually they send an e-mail to communicate or you have to login "King's Apply" to see it?
thanks :)
Hi everyone!
I applied for KCL on January 4th and I haven't heard back so far.
Is there anyone who applied near that date and received an offer or rejection?
Usually they send an e-mail to communicate or you have to login "King's Apply" to see it?
thanks :)
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tadic
Hi guys! As an update, I just received an unconditional offer from LSE. My application was finished on November 11th, so anyone who applied near that date should be receiving an answers on the next days :)

When you said the application was finished, you meant the day everything was submitted, or when you received your ID?
[quote]Hi guys! As an update, I just received an unconditional offer from LSE. My application was finished on November 11th, so anyone who applied near that date should be receiving an answers on the next days :) [/quote]
When you said the application was finished, you meant the day everything was submitted, or when you received your ID?
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Hi guys! As an update, I just received an unconditional offer from LSE. My application was finished on November 11th, so anyone who applied near that date should be receiving an answers on the next days :)


Congrats :)
[quote]Hi guys! As an update, I just received an unconditional offer from LSE. My application was finished on November 11th, so anyone who applied near that date should be receiving an answers on the next days :) [/quote]

Congrats :)
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TLP
Hi everyone!
I applied for KCL on January 4th and I haven't heard back so far.
Is there anyone who applied near that date and received an offer or rejection?
Usually they send an e-mail to communicate or you have to login "King's Apply" to see it?
thanks :)


I applied December 30th and nothing...
[quote]Hi everyone!
I applied for KCL on January 4th and I haven't heard back so far.
Is there anyone who applied near that date and received an offer or rejection?
Usually they send an e-mail to communicate or you have to login "King's Apply" to see it?
thanks :)
[/quote]

I applied December 30th and nothing...
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MarinaND
Hi guys! As an update, I just received an unconditional offer from LSE. My application was finished on November 11th, so anyone who applied near that date should be receiving an answers on the next days :)

When you said the application was finished, you meant the day everything was submitted, or when you received your ID?
When I received my ID. Submitted my documents a couple of days before that
[quote][quote]Hi guys! As an update, I just received an unconditional offer from LSE. My application was finished on November 11th, so anyone who applied near that date should be receiving an answers on the next days :) [/quote]
When you said the application was finished, you meant the day everything was submitted, or when you received your ID?
[/quote] When I received my ID. Submitted my documents a couple of days before that
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Does anyone know how many students LSE admits? I am mainly wondering if they have fixed quotas for each "specialization".
Does anyone know how many students LSE admits? I am mainly wondering if they have fixed quotas for each "specialization".
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Does anyone know how many students LSE admits? I am mainly wondering if they have fixed quotas for each "specialization".


I believe its around 200 and there is no quota per specialisation. LLM students enroll for the LLM programme and can choose whatever units they prefer, regardless of whether they applied for a particular specialism or for the general LLM. It's all about applying for the units you want at the right time on the day that registration opens for accepted LLM students that take up their place
[quote]Does anyone know how many students LSE admits? I am mainly wondering if they have fixed quotas for each "specialization".[/quote]

I believe its around 200 and there is no quota per specialisation. LLM students enroll for the LLM programme and can choose whatever units they prefer, regardless of whether they applied for a particular specialism or for the general LLM. It's all about applying for the units you want at the right time on the day that registration opens for accepted LLM students that take up their place
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Does anyone know how many students LSE admits? I am mainly wondering if they have fixed quotas for each "specialization".


I believe its around 200 and there is no quota per specialisation. LLM students enroll for the LLM programme and can choose whatever units they prefer, regardless of whether they applied for a particular specialism or for the general LLM. It's all about applying for the units you want at the right time on the day that registration opens for accepted LLM students that take up their place


Interesting, thank you. This website's profile of LSE is a bit misleading, since it shows a list of "15 LLM's", when in fact it's just one LLM programme with the option of specialization.
[quote][quote]Does anyone know how many students LSE admits? I am mainly wondering if they have fixed quotas for each "specialization".[/quote]

I believe its around 200 and there is no quota per specialisation. LLM students enroll for the LLM programme and can choose whatever units they prefer, regardless of whether they applied for a particular specialism or for the general LLM. It's all about applying for the units you want at the right time on the day that registration opens for accepted LLM students that take up their place[/quote]

Interesting, thank you. This website's profile of LSE is a bit misleading, since it shows a list of "15 LLM's", when in fact it's just one LLM programme with the option of specialization.
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Hi everyone!
I applied for KCL on January 4th and I haven't heard back so far.
Is there anyone who applied near that date and received an offer or rejection?
Usually they send an e-mail to communicate or you have to login "King's Apply" to see it?
thanks :)


I applied December 30th and nothing...


Well, I also applied on 20th December but yet to receive any response from KCL. Today is exactly 6 weeks since I applied. I hope it'll be positive.

[Edited by esoseiafful on Feb 01, 2019]

[quote][quote]Hi everyone!
I applied for KCL on January 4th and I haven't heard back so far.
Is there anyone who applied near that date and received an offer or rejection?
Usually they send an e-mail to communicate or you have to login "King's Apply" to see it?
thanks :)
[/quote]

I applied December 30th and nothing...[/quote]

Well, I also applied on 20th December but yet to receive any response from KCL. Today is exactly 6 weeks since I applied. I hope it'll be positive.
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Hi everyone!
I submitted my application to KCL on November 12th, to QMUL on November 15th and to LSE yesterday! How long will I be waiting, in your opinion? I read that for LSE we will have to wait until January (at least, I hope).

Thanks!


QMUL answered in about 10 days. King's in about three weeks. LSE does take quite some time to answer, however rejections are sent out within a few weeks


Hi,
If you don't mind, have you heard from KCL yet? What about the others?
thanks,
Ernest.
[quote][quote]Hi everyone!
I submitted my application to KCL on November 12th, to QMUL on November 15th and to LSE yesterday! How long will I be waiting, in your opinion? I read that for LSE we will have to wait until January (at least, I hope).

Thanks! [/quote]

QMUL answered in about 10 days. King's in about three weeks. LSE does take quite some time to answer, however rejections are sent out within a few weeks
[/quote]

Hi,
If you don't mind, have you heard from KCL yet? What about the others?
thanks,
Ernest.
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Guys do you know if it's not too late to apply for the LLM at KCL? I think they have rolling basis admission... However, If it's not too late, how have you got any tips how to ace this app?


I don't think it's late, although their admissions is rolling. You may be lucky, who knows?
I tell myself it's never too late until it's actually a no.

All the best.
[quote]Guys do you know if it's not too late to apply for the LLM at KCL? I think they have rolling basis admission... However, If it's not too late, how have you got any tips how to ace this app?[/quote]

I don't think it's late, although their admissions is rolling. You may be lucky, who knows?
I tell myself it's never too late until it's actually a no.

All the best.
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