LSE applicants 2013/2014


anina

If i were you I would go for honesty and ask them... I think it is highly unlikely they would withdraw your offer now...i am sure they just make a mistake about your conditions...

plus it is better for you to know now and not to get rejected after working jour ass of to meet the fourth year conditions...

good luck

If i were you I would go for honesty and ask them... I think it is highly unlikely they would withdraw your offer now...i am sure they just make a mistake about your conditions...

plus it is better for you to know now and not to get rejected after working jour ass of to meet the fourth year conditions...

good luck
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lSe2013

Congratulations to the 2 new offer holders!!

I would like to ask you when did you guys receive the 4th email? I'm still waiting for a final answer from LSE (received my 4th email MArch 26th)

BEst, B.

Congratulations to the 2 new offer holders!!

I would like to ask you when did you guys receive the 4th email? I'm still waiting for a final answer from LSE (received my 4th email MArch 26th)

BEst, B.
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RIT

Hiiii
I got the fourth email on 28th March.....

Hiiii
I got the fourth email on 28th March.....
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lSe2013

Hi,

thanks for the quick answer.

Seems they are really fast ;) Hopefully I will get an answer this week from LSE as I dont want to wait anymore ;)

Regards, B.

Hi,

thanks for the quick answer.

Seems they are really fast ;) Hopefully I will get an answer this week from LSE as I dont want to wait anymore ;)

Regards, B.
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RIT

All d very best...hope u too get a positive reply...

All d very best...hope u too get a positive reply...
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lSe2013

Thank you very much!

Anyways, I dont care if the answer is negative and i don't receive an offer...I only want to get ANY answer ;)

Thank you very much!

Anyways, I dont care if the answer is negative and i don't receive an offer...I only want to get ANY answer ;)
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RIT

Well in dat case hope u receive a reply soon....

Well in dat case hope u receive a reply soon....
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lSe2013

Well...at least I didnt receive a negative answer since end of march which means that they due in fact consider the application ;)

LSE would be my first choice. However, I'm admitted to my second choice and I really want to start organizing the academic year 2013-2014 regarding scholarships etc.

Hopefully I will get an answer soon. It seems that you received an answer really fast ;)

Congratulations again!

Best, B.

Well...at least I didnt receive a negative answer since end of march which means that they due in fact consider the application ;)

LSE would be my first choice. However, I'm admitted to my second choice and I really want to start organizing the academic year 2013-2014 regarding scholarships etc.

Hopefully I will get an answer soon. It seems that you received an answer really fast ;)

Congratulations again!

Best, B.
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Has anyone applied to LSE so far?
Do they really take until January for the decisions on the applications? On their website it says they use the rolling admission system. :-/


Dear All
I - Swiss Lawyer from Zurich - will start at QMUL in September 2013. I am looking for a roomate with regard to an apartment at Earl's Court which a can overtake from Swiss friends.
3 Rooms, kitchen and so on; 515 pounds per week. It is to expensive for me alone. Please contact me if you are interested (cesaredesantis@gmx.net)

<blockquote>Has anyone applied to LSE so far?
Do they really take until January for the decisions on the applications? On their website it says they use the rolling admission system. :-/</blockquote>

Dear All
I - Swiss Lawyer from Zurich - will start at QMUL in September 2013. I am looking for a roomate with regard to an apartment at Earl's Court which a can overtake from Swiss friends.
3 Rooms, kitchen and so on; 515 pounds per week. It is to expensive for me alone. Please contact me if you are interested (cesaredesantis@gmx.net)
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RIT

Hiii guys any Indian joining LSE this session.

Hiii guys any Indian joining LSE this session.
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anina

i have a silly question to ask...
how does the ACCOMMODATION OFFER look like?
i mean what info about the room does it contain? i heard the rooms vary quite a lot in size etc...so how are you to know what are you getting for your rent?

i have a silly question to ask...
how does the ACCOMMODATION OFFER look like?
i mean what info about the room does it contain? i heard the rooms vary quite a lot in size etc...so how are you to know what are you getting for your rent?

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Silv

Hi Anina.
Here's my experience with the offer accomodation. After approx 4 weeks from my accomodation application I received a first, general, offer from LSE. It had no details on the room, it only said which hall I had been assigned to.
I accepted and after a few more weeks I received an offer from the company that manages the halls. In that offer there were different options of rooms to choose, and each options was detailed with the relating prices per week, square meters of the room and details on furniture etc. I also read the general terms and conditions (they were linked in the offer). At that point, you can either accept (and pay the deposit) or refuse (and then no other option will be given to you by the LSE for that academic year).
read very carefully the details of the rooms (also on the webside of the residential hall, once it's communicated to you), because for example I have discovered that in the hall I was offered there are two size of rooms, normal and large (respectively 8-10 sq mt or 12-14 sq mt plus en suite bathroom) but there where also two different solutions per each size, depending on the position of the room in the building (i.e. rooms located in the lower ground cost less since they only have half window and therefore less light).
I have accepted my room but I think I'll also look around once I'm in London if I find something convenient (rent fees are CRAZY in the town), since I have time until one week before the beginning of the tenancy to withdraw and have my deposit back.
Silv

Hi Anina.
Here's my experience with the offer accomodation. After approx 4 weeks from my accomodation application I received a first, general, offer from LSE. It had no details on the room, it only said which hall I had been assigned to.
I accepted and after a few more weeks I received an offer from the company that manages the halls. In that offer there were different options of rooms to choose, and each options was detailed with the relating prices per week, square meters of the room and details on furniture etc. I also read the general terms and conditions (they were linked in the offer). At that point, you can either accept (and pay the deposit) or refuse (and then no other option will be given to you by the LSE for that academic year).
read very carefully the details of the rooms (also on the webside of the residential hall, once it's communicated to you), because for example I have discovered that in the hall I was offered there are two size of rooms, normal and large (respectively 8-10 sq mt or 12-14 sq mt plus en suite bathroom) but there where also two different solutions per each size, depending on the position of the room in the building (i.e. rooms located in the lower ground cost less since they only have half window and therefore less light).
I have accepted my room but I think I'll also look around once I'm in London if I find something convenient (rent fees are CRAZY in the town), since I have time until one week before the beginning of the tenancy to withdraw and have my deposit back.
Silv
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lSe2013

Week 9 after I submitted my application and week 7 after the 4th email....Jesus waiting sucks ;)

Week 9 after I submitted my application and week 7 after the 4th email....Jesus waiting sucks ;)
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anina

Hi Anina.
Here's my experience with the offer accomodation. After approx 4 weeks from my accomodation application I received a first, general, offer from LSE. It had no details on the room, it only said which hall I had been assigned to.
I accepted and after a few more weeks I received an offer from the company that manages the halls. In that offer there were different options of rooms to choose, and each options was detailed with the relating prices per week, square meters of the room and details on furniture etc. I also read the general terms and conditions (they were linked in the offer). At that point, you can either accept (and pay the deposit) or refuse (and then no other option will be given to you by the LSE for that academic year).
read very carefully the details of the rooms (also on the webside of the residential hall, once it's communicated to you), because for example I have discovered that in the hall I was offered there are two size of rooms, normal and large (respectively 8-10 sq mt or 12-14 sq mt plus en suite bathroom) but there where also two different solutions per each size, depending on the position of the room in the building (i.e. rooms located in the lower ground cost less since they only have half window and therefore less light).
I have accepted my room but I think I'll also look around once I'm in London if I find something convenient (rent fees are CRAZY in the town), since I have time until one week before the beginning of the tenancy to withdraw and have my deposit back.
Silv


Thank you very much!

This is exactly what I wanted to know. I have read every possible info about the LSE accommodation but I could not find that information. And I saw a picture of a room with 1/2 of a window and started to worry;)

which hall did you accept?

lse2013...im sure your offer is on the way (mine took more than 8 weeks) just hang in there!

<blockquote>Hi Anina.
Here's my experience with the offer accomodation. After approx 4 weeks from my accomodation application I received a first, general, offer from LSE. It had no details on the room, it only said which hall I had been assigned to.
I accepted and after a few more weeks I received an offer from the company that manages the halls. In that offer there were different options of rooms to choose, and each options was detailed with the relating prices per week, square meters of the room and details on furniture etc. I also read the general terms and conditions (they were linked in the offer). At that point, you can either accept (and pay the deposit) or refuse (and then no other option will be given to you by the LSE for that academic year).
read very carefully the details of the rooms (also on the webside of the residential hall, once it's communicated to you), because for example I have discovered that in the hall I was offered there are two size of rooms, normal and large (respectively 8-10 sq mt or 12-14 sq mt plus en suite bathroom) but there where also two different solutions per each size, depending on the position of the room in the building (i.e. rooms located in the lower ground cost less since they only have half window and therefore less light).
I have accepted my room but I think I'll also look around once I'm in London if I find something convenient (rent fees are CRAZY in the town), since I have time until one week before the beginning of the tenancy to withdraw and have my deposit back.
Silv</blockquote>

Thank you very much!

This is exactly what I wanted to know. I have read every possible info about the LSE accommodation but I could not find that information. And I saw a picture of a room with 1/2 of a window and started to worry;)

which hall did you accept?

lse2013...im sure your offer is on the way (mine took more than 8 weeks) just hang in there!
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Silv

I'm in Lilian Knowles House, which I've heard it's quite clean and nice.

Have you already received an accomodation offer?

PS: best of luck to those still waiting for a reply! :)

I'm in Lilian Knowles House, which I've heard it's quite clean and nice.

Have you already received an accomodation offer?

PS: best of luck to those still waiting for a reply! :)
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anina

No not yet ;( yes I heard that Lilian is nice too.and Bankside and Grosvenor.(fees are madness, but I think it is even worse outside the university halls).

I read somewhere that LSE's application process is one of the most nerve-wrecking, and I am starting to agree.
Best of luck to those still waiting to join us!

No not yet ;( yes I heard that Lilian is nice too.and Bankside and Grosvenor.(fees are madness, but I think it is even worse outside the university halls).

I read somewhere that LSE's application process is one of the most nerve-wrecking, and I am starting to agree.
Best of luck to those still waiting to join us!
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Alexkos

Has anyone got an offer from King Cross or heard something about it?

Has anyone got an offer from King Cross or heard something about it?
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RIT

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lSe2013

Sorry, no idea ;(

Sorry, no idea ;(
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lSe2013

...entering week 8 now. Is there any case known that somebody had to wait more than 8 weeks for an answer?

Have a great weekend, Best, B.

...entering week 8 now. Is there any case known that somebody had to wait more than 8 weeks for an answer?

Have a great weekend, Best, B.
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