LSE applicants 2013/2014


Hey Ben ,
I can totally get your situation ..I recieved my fourth mail on 22nd March and have been waiting for the longest time ..I was worried since the program closed and I still hadn't recieved a decision ..but I recieved an unconditional offer just 2 days ago ..hang in there .

Ujari

Hey Ben ,
I can totally get your situation ..I recieved my fourth mail on 22nd March and have been waiting for the longest time ..I was worried since the program closed and I still hadn't recieved a decision ..but I recieved an unconditional offer just 2 days ago ..hang in there .

Ujari
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Sven

Do NOT worry. LSE is really slow but you will definitely receive an answer. They just have a lot of stuff to do. My last request concerning language requirements took 5 weeks to be considered.

Do NOT worry. LSE is really slow but you will definitely receive an answer. They just have a lot of stuff to do. My last request concerning language requirements took 5 weeks to be considered.
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lSe2013

Thanks for all the nice answers. It's OK. I'm currentl enjoying the nice weather in California at UC Berkeley ;)

Thanks for all the nice answers. It's OK. I'm currentl enjoying the nice weather in California at UC Berkeley ;)

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tsis

hey...anyone in here still waiting to hear from LSE...Its been more than 6 weeks since I received the 4th mail and nothing yet!

hey...anyone in here still waiting to hear from LSE...Its been more than 6 weeks since I received the 4th mail and nothing yet!
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petitjaune

I received this email two days ago:

Dear xxx

Our selectors have given consideration to your application for the Master of Laws (M3U1) but as the programme has reached its quota, are not able to offer you a place. Your application has however been added to the programme reserve list.
If places become available, the selectors will then consider the reserve list, and if they decide to offer you a place we will notify you in August.
Please do not contact us before this time, as we will be in touch as soon as a final decision is available. If there is any change in the status of your application it will be reflected on the Graduate Application Tracker via LSE for You. You will receive a final decision as to whether a place is to be made available from August 16th onwards.

I received this email two days ago:

Dear xxx

Our selectors have given consideration to your application for the Master of Laws (M3U1) but as the programme has reached its quota, are not able to offer you a place. Your application has however been added to the programme reserve list.
If places become available, the selectors will then consider the reserve list, and if they decide to offer you a place we will notify you in August.
Please do not contact us before this time, as we will be in touch as soon as a final decision is available. If there is any change in the status of your application it will be reflected on the Graduate Application Tracker via LSE for You. You will receive a final decision as to whether a place is to be made available from August 16th onwards.
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tsis

theY will receive my '.... ' from now on..when I get the same mail I am instantly removing my application. Best of luck to y 'all waitlisted.

theY will receive my '.... ' from now on..when I get the same mail I am instantly removing my application. Best of luck to y 'all waitlisted.
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anina

Withdrawing my comment on accommodation. It sounds silly in face of those of you still waiting to get an offer;)

Withdrawing my comment on accommodation. It sounds silly in face of those of you still waiting to get an offer;)
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Julia85

HELLO Everyone ....
Congratulations to those who received an offer from LSE and best of luck to those who are still waiting.
I have a quick question and I REALLY hope that some of you can help: my offer is conditional cause I still need to send the IELTS result and the original transcript from my previous university (I only sent a copy of it when I applied).
I already sat the IELTS and scored 7.5 and I am about to request the original transcript of records.
So .... how long does it take for the offer to become formally unconditional once the requested documentation has been sent? I am applying for a scholarship and the deadline to apply is the end of June so I am quite rushing ....
I would really appreciate if anyone could help me.

Thanks and have a lovely Sunday guys

Julia

HELLO Everyone ....
Congratulations to those who received an offer from LSE and best of luck to those who are still waiting.
I have a quick question and I REALLY hope that some of you can help: my offer is conditional cause I still need to send the IELTS result and the original transcript from my previous university (I only sent a copy of it when I applied).
I already sat the IELTS and scored 7.5 and I am about to request the original transcript of records.
So .... how long does it take for the offer to become formally unconditional once the requested documentation has been sent? I am applying for a scholarship and the deadline to apply is the end of June so I am quite rushing ....
I would really appreciate if anyone could help me.

Thanks and have a lovely Sunday guys

Julia
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Silv

Hi Julia,
I received a conditional offer too. Once they received the documentation it took approximately 15-18 days before the offer became unconditional. I did not receive any further email, but luckly I checked my lse4u account on a daily basis so I got informed of it the day they made the decision. One week later I received by mail the paper with the definitive offer.

If your scholarship deadline is in June I suggest you hurry, just to be sure.

Good luck to everyone,

Silv_

Hi Julia,
I received a conditional offer too. Once they received the documentation it took approximately 15-18 days before the offer became unconditional. I did not receive any further email, but luckly I checked my lse4u account on a daily basis so I got informed of it the day they made the decision. One week later I received by mail the paper with the definitive offer.

If your scholarship deadline is in June I suggest you hurry, just to be sure.

Good luck to everyone,

Silv_
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Julia85

Thank you Silv, helpful indeed ;-) ... I ll send everything in the next few days and hopefully I ll get their unconditional offer before the 26th ....

Thank you Silv, helpful indeed ;-) ... I ll send everything in the next few days and hopefully I ll get their unconditional offer before the 26th ....
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Silv

You're very welcome.
Eventually, if you see that they are taking too much time, you can call the admission office on the phone and kindly ask them if they can manage to convert the offer before the deadline of your scholarship. They are usually very sympathetic. My suggestion, just in case.

Silv_

You're very welcome.
Eventually, if you see that they are taking too much time, you can call the admission office on the phone and kindly ask them if they can manage to convert the offer before the deadline of your scholarship. They are usually very sympathetic. My suggestion, just in case.

Silv_
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Julia85

Will do ;-).
What are you gonna be studying at lse? I chose banking and finfinance but i completely forgot what modules I selected at the time of the application. Also I lost the prospectus that they sent me in february (yes i m officially the worst -.-). As you seem well knowledgeable could you k
indly tell me how the choice of the modules works.
Thanks again

Will do ;-).
What are you gonna be studying at lse? I chose banking and finfinance but i completely forgot what modules I selected at the time of the application. Also I lost the prospectus that they sent me in february (yes i m officially the worst -.-). As you seem well knowledgeable could you k
indly tell me how the choice of the modules works.
Thanks again
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Silv

I haven't definitively decided yet, but I think I'm gonna take one or two general subjects (like law and economics) and then go for the IP or Media&IT law. I think I remeber that the choice of modules made at the application is not binding, and that we can choose the classes within one month from the enrolment.
If you have lost it you can download the prospectus from the LSE website :)

I haven't definitively decided yet, but I think I'm gonna take one or two general subjects (like law and economics) and then go for the IP or Media&IT law. I think I remeber that the choice of modules made at the application is not binding, and that we can choose the classes within one month from the enrolment.
If you have lost it you can download the prospectus from the LSE website :)
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Julia85

I have tried to reply to your PM but I am not sure you ve received it cause I can't find my e mail among the "sent e mail". Let me know :-)

I have tried to reply to your PM but I am not sure you ve received it cause I can't find my e mail among the "sent e mail". Let me know :-)
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RIT

I have a query just in case if anyone of you can answer it. Can the modules choosen in the application be changed at the tym of registration or are they final. And if Silv could mention where it is mentioned that the subjects choosen in application are not binding I shall be greatful.

I have a query just in case if anyone of you can answer it. Can the modules choosen in the application be changed at the tym of registration or are they final. And if Silv could mention where it is mentioned that the subjects choosen in application are not binding I shall be greatful.
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Silv

@Julia85: nope, I didn't receive your message.

@RIT: I can't remember precisely but I believe it was written in the instruction provided to fill in the application form.

@Julia85: nope, I didn't receive your message.

@RIT: I can't remember precisely but I believe it was written in the instruction provided to fill in the application form.
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Hello Everyone ,
I just wanted to ask who all have applied for LSE accommodation ....I had applied on 30th May for accommodation and I had specifically indicated that I wanted 50 week contract and also in the additional preferences I had mentioned that my course runs for 12 months and not 9 . I have just received the offer and its for 40 weeks in Sidney Webb ..anyone else in a similar situation and who could help me as to what can be done ?

Hello Everyone ,
I just wanted to ask who all have applied for LSE accommodation ....I had applied on 30th May for accommodation and I had specifically indicated that I wanted 50 week contract and also in the additional preferences I had mentioned that my course runs for 12 months and not 9 . I have just received the offer and its for 40 weeks in Sidney Webb ..anyone else in a similar situation and who could help me as to what can be done ?
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anina

I had the exact same situation and I believe nothing can be done;(

I found private accommodation.

However, you can try writing them about your problem, they answer pretty fast (few days). I got an inconclusive answer, but maybe If you insist they will at least give you a definite answer. I did not push it, but I believe it is worth trying.

I had the exact same situation and I believe nothing can be done;(

I found private accommodation.

However, you can try writing them about your problem, they answer pretty fast (few days). I got an inconclusive answer, but maybe If you insist they will at least give you a definite answer. I did not push it, but I believe it is worth trying.
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Thanks Anina for the quick response ...I will surely write to them and ask them what can be done ..If you don't mind can I ask you about which area of London have u found accommodation in and how you went about the whole process for it ..your help in this regard will be really appreciated.
Thanks

Thanks Anina for the quick response ...I will surely write to them and ask them what can be done ..If you don't mind can I ask you about which area of London have u found accommodation in and how you went about the whole process for it ..your help in this regard will be really appreciated.
Thanks
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mcmk1

Does anyone know anything about the subjects they'll offer yet? They used to do a medical law subject but they didn't run it last year, I really hope they run it again..

Does anyone know anything about the subjects they'll offer yet? They used to do a medical law subject but they didn't run it last year, I really hope they run it again..
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