Lor by post while applying Online


shri_g

Can I send my LORs by post to LSE while submitting my application online ? if anyone has an idea pls let me know...

Can I send my LORs by post to LSE while submitting my application online ? if anyone has an idea pls let me know...
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dare.devil

Hey!
LSE has an online confidential form which it will be mailing to your referees ( on the email id you provide in your application form). Your referees have to fill up that form and re-send it to the stated link. So to answer your question, well you don't have to post/courier/upload your references with regards to LSE ( or UCL since it follows the same procedure). Instead, you have to inform your referees to check their mail on a daily basis and to fill up the confidential feedback form at the earliest.
Now, I personally asked my referees to do the needful and to be on the safe side, also sent by post all my supporting documents to the LSE admissions office.
Hope this helps.
Cheers:)

Hey!
LSE has an online confidential form which it will be mailing to your referees ( on the email id you provide in your application form). Your referees have to fill up that form and re-send it to the stated link. So to answer your question, well you don't have to post/courier/upload your references with regards to LSE ( or UCL since it follows the same procedure). Instead, you have to inform your referees to check their mail on a daily basis and to fill up the confidential feedback form at the earliest.
Now, I personally asked my referees to do the needful and to be on the safe side, also sent by post all my supporting documents to the LSE admissions office.
Hope this helps.
Cheers:)
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shri_g

thanx for ur reply....i want to add to my question that My referees do not have an official email id.. I want to submit my whole application online but LORs by post.. it will be convenient for me as well coz my referees are not much tech savy. So please suggest me that can I do so?

thanx for ur reply....i want to add to my question that My referees do not have an official email id.. I want to submit my whole application online but LORs by post.. it will be convenient for me as well coz my referees are not much tech savy. So please suggest me that can I do so?
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dare.devil

In such a case, I suggest you opt for the paper-application. The LSE online application procedure WILL NOT ACCEPT THE FORM SUBMITTED ONLINE UNTIL YOU PROVIDE them with suitable, existing email id's.
Many people often face this problem, hence LSE offers the paper-application to such students. Of course, the LOR's must be typed on the official University/College letterhead, sealed and signed by the referee.

Best of luck with your applications :)

In such a case, I suggest you opt for the paper-application. The LSE online application procedure WILL NOT ACCEPT THE FORM SUBMITTED ONLINE UNTIL YOU PROVIDE them with suitable, existing email id's.
Many people often face this problem, hence LSE offers the paper-application to such students. Of course, the LOR's must be typed on the official University/College letterhead, sealed and signed by the referee.

Best of luck with your applications :)
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vinam

chill dude.... courier the references in a signed and sealed envolope... check if the universities have a form for the referees to be filled... dnt know abt ucl and lse but ox and cam do... i applied there online but sent my references through courier... hope this helps... all the best

chill dude.... courier the references in a signed and sealed envolope... check if the universities have a form for the referees to be filled... dnt know abt ucl and lse but ox and cam do... i applied there online but sent my references through courier... hope this helps... all the best
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beicon

When I applied back in '09 I used the online application but sent the references via regular mail. If they haven't changed the rule, you should be alright.

When I applied back in '09 I used the online application but sent the references via regular mail. If they haven't changed the rule, you should be alright.
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rkarthik87

As per the LSE website there are three modes to send references:
1. Through an auto-mailer sent to the referee,
2. Referee filling up the Academic Referee Form and mailing it,
3. If the referee is not having an official Id then by post (with the supplement form for referees) in a sealed envolope with the signature and seal of referee across the flap of the envolope.

Had called LSE personally 2 weeks back and they said it could be sent by post.

As per the LSE website there are three modes to send references:
1. Through an auto-mailer sent to the referee,
2. Referee filling up the Academic Referee Form and mailing it,
3. If the referee is not having an official Id then by post (with the supplement form for referees) in a sealed envolope with the signature and seal of referee across the flap of the envolope.

Had called LSE personally 2 weeks back and they said it could be sent by post.
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