LLM UCL / KCL / LSE / QMUL 2019-20


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!


How long did you have to wait please?
[quote][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![/quote]

How long did you have to wait please?
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eo123
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!


How long did you have to wait please?


I received an offer on Tuesday and it took about 8 weeks to hear back!
[quote][quote][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![/quote]

How long did you have to wait please?[/quote]

I received an offer on Tuesday and it took about 8 weeks to hear back!
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dbears
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.



I submitted my application on January 17 and my status is still “submitted” same as before. Could you tell me what your status is now on KCL apply system? I also applied to Cambridge on November and the status has changed to “under review by the department” in a few weeks. So I’m a bit anxious why there is no change yet here.

Thanks in advance.
[quote][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.[/quote]



I submitted my application on January 17 and my status is still “submitted” same as before. Could you tell me what your status is now on KCL apply system? I also applied to Cambridge on November and the status has changed to “under review by the department” in a few weeks. So I’m a bit anxious why there is no change yet here.

Thanks in advance.
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anthea
My status is "submitted" too.

I would like to ask for an opinion of you guys: do you think is better to undertake an LLM immediately post the law degree (I am italian) or better to do a specialized training (i'm speaking about commercial/corpoorate/ financtial) and than undertake an LLM?
Thanks in advance to anyone will reply to my post!!!
And good luck everyone!!!
My status is "submitted" too.

I would like to ask for an opinion of you guys: do you think is better to undertake an LLM immediately post the law degree (I am italian) or better to do a specialized training (i'm speaking about commercial/corpoorate/ financtial) and than undertake an LLM?
Thanks in advance to anyone will reply to my post!!!
And good luck everyone!!!
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We should consider making a whatsapp group so we can track the offer and rejection letters sent out by universities with ease. Anybody keen on being a part of it?
We should consider making a whatsapp group so we can track the offer and rejection letters sent out by universities with ease. Anybody keen on being a part of it?
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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.



I submitted my application on January 17 and my status is still “submitted” same as before. Could you tell me what your status is now on KCL apply system? I also applied to Cambridge on November and the status has changed to “under review by the department” in a few weeks. So I’m a bit anxious why there is no change yet here.

Thanks in advance.


Mine is also "Submitted" although I did so on 20 Dec 2018.
[quote][quote][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.[/quote]



I submitted my application on January 17 and my status is still “submitted” same as before. Could you tell me what your status is now on KCL apply system? I also applied to Cambridge on November and the status has changed to “under review by the department” in a few weeks. So I’m a bit anxious why there is no change yet here.

Thanks in advance. [/quote]

Mine is also "Submitted" although I did so on 20 Dec 2018.
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My status is "submitted" too.

I would like to ask for an opinion of you guys: do you think is better to undertake an LLM immediately post the law degree (I am italian) or better to do a specialized training (i'm speaking about commercial/corpoorate/ financtial) and than undertake an LLM?
Thanks in advance to anyone will reply to my post!!!
And good luck everyone!!!


I worked for about 8years before applying for the LLM in banking and finance. I think I have gained significant exposure and experience in field. This has also made me appreciate my career goals better and I know exactly why I want to do an LLM. My recommendation is that do work for at least 2years and then you can do the LLM in an area that compliments your ultimate career interest.
All the best,
Ernest.
[quote]My status is "submitted" too.

I would like to ask for an opinion of you guys: do you think is better to undertake an LLM immediately post the law degree (I am italian) or better to do a specialized training (i'm speaking about commercial/corpoorate/ financtial) and than undertake an LLM?
Thanks in advance to anyone will reply to my post!!!
And good luck everyone!!![/quote]

I worked for about 8years before applying for the LLM in banking and finance. I think I have gained significant exposure and experience in field. This has also made me appreciate my career goals better and I know exactly why I want to do an LLM. My recommendation is that do work for at least 2years and then you can do the LLM in an area that compliments your ultimate career interest.
All the best,
Ernest.
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Just called the LSE Admission Team: decisión has been made, however, he couldn't tell me the outcome. It should be processed within 2 weeks. ID received on Nov 23 (10 weeks now).

[Edited by billabongs81 on Feb 01, 2019]

Just called the LSE Admission Team: decisión has been made, however, he couldn't tell me the outcome. It should be processed within 2 weeks. ID received on Nov 23 (10 weeks now).
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maus-90
I received my LSE ID on 13 November and just received an offer. My transcript ‘moved down’ on Tuesday.

[Edited by maus-90 on Feb 01, 2019]

I received my LSE ID on 13 November and just received an offer. My transcript ‘moved down’ on Tuesday.
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I received my LSE ID on 13 November and just received an offer. My transcript ‘moved down’ on Tuesday.

Congrats!! It seems that I should hear then next week :)
[quote]I received my LSE ID on 13 November and just received an offer. My transcript ‘moved down’ on Tuesday. [/quote]
Congrats!! It seems that I should hear then next week :)
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Hi billabongs, has your transcript moved down?

I received my LSE ID on 13 November and just received an offer. My transcript ‘moved down’ on Tuesday.

Congrats!! It seems that I should hear then next week :)
Hi billabongs, has your transcript moved down?

[quote][quote]I received my LSE ID on 13 November and just received an offer. My transcript ‘moved down’ on Tuesday. [/quote]
Congrats!! It seems that I should hear then next week :)[/quote]
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maus-90
I received my LSE ID on 13 November and just received an offer. My transcript ‘moved down’ on Tuesday.

Congrats!! It seems that I should hear then next week :)


Good luck!
[quote][quote]I received my LSE ID on 13 November and just received an offer. My transcript ‘moved down’ on Tuesday. [/quote]
Congrats!! It seems that I should hear then next week :)[/quote]

Good luck!
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Hi billabongs, has your transcript moved down?

I received my LSE ID on 13 November and just received an offer. My transcript ‘moved down’ on Tuesday.

Congrats!! It seems that I should hear then next week :)

No, so far nothing.
[quote]Hi billabongs, has your transcript moved down?

[quote][quote]I received my LSE ID on 13 November and just received an offer. My transcript ‘moved down’ on Tuesday. [/quote]
Congrats!! It seems that I should hear then next week :)[/quote][/quote]
No, so far nothing.
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Any news?
Any news?
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Nop! I am on my 11th week; received my ID on Nov 22.

Any news?
Nop! I am on my 11th week; received my ID on Nov 22.

[quote]Any news? [/quote]
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A.
Μe neither :/ Received ID on Nov. 30th...
Μe neither :/ Received ID on Nov. 30th...
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TLP
No answer ;(

Anyone has tips for ielts? It is difficult...
No answer ;(

Anyone has tips for ielts? It is difficult...
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Nop! I am on my 11th week; received my ID on Nov 22.

Any news?


Let me know, if you hear something. It should be end of this week/beginning of next. Omg, I am so done with waiting :/
[quote]Nop! I am on my 11th week; received my ID on Nov 22.

[quote]Any news? [/quote][/quote]

Let me know, if you hear something. It should be end of this week/beginning of next. Omg, I am so done with waiting :/
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my transcript just moved down from second row to third row, does this mean anything? it's not on the bottom though, so i don't know if this means something
my transcript just moved down from second row to third row, does this mean anything? it's not on the bottom though, so i don't know if this means something
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my transcript just moved down from second row to third row, does this mean anything? it's not on the bottom though, so i don't know if this means something


Hm..mine is in the third as well, but since always...

[Edited by billabongs81 on Feb 05, 2019]

[quote]my transcript just moved down from second row to third row, does this mean anything? it's not on the bottom though, so i don't know if this means something
[/quote]

Hm..mine is in the third as well, but since always...
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