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ohima

Hello,

I went thru the specialism of UCL, LSE, KCL; it appears UCL has a clearly thorough list of specializations. I found both LSE and KCL's to be quite mangled and vague.

Can anyone provide their insights on this. Can LSE be more hyped internationally than UCL?

Thanks,

Ohima


Hello,

I went thru the specialism of UCL, LSE, KCL; it appears UCL has a clearly thorough list of specializations. I found both LSE and KCL's to be quite mangled and vague.

Can anyone provide their insights on this. Can LSE be more hyped internationally than UCL?

Thanks,

Ohima
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Banker

Any news from those who were put on the waiting list? Been there for 7 weeks and no progress so far........

Any news from those who were put on the waiting list? Been there for 7 weeks and no progress so far........
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hjscotland

I'm in - unconditional! Best of luck to all those still waiitng.

HJ.

I'm in - unconditional! Best of luck to all those still waiitng.

HJ.
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capa

congrats!

congrats!
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Banker

congrats too!

congrats too!
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hi
I applied to LSE on 13th December and my status reads wait listed.Is there any chance of me getting in inspite of applying so late.Although i've already got a call from Kings and i didnt apply in UCL but LSE would be my priority incase i get an offer.

hi
I applied to LSE on 13th December and my status reads wait listed.Is there any chance of me getting in inspite of applying so late.Although i've already got a call from Kings and i didnt apply in UCL but LSE would be my priority incase i get an offer.
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hjscotland

I honestly don't know. I'd accept Kings, then risk trying to 'unnaccept' if you get a place at LSE.

Best of luck,

HJ.

I honestly don't know. I'd accept Kings, then risk trying to 'unnaccept' if you get a place at LSE.

Best of luck,

HJ.
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thumy

hi
I applied to LSE on 13th December and my status reads wait listed.Is there any chance of me getting in inspite of applying so late.Although i've already got a call from Kings and i didnt apply in UCL but LSE would be my priority incase i get an offer.

Hey,
I don't if this helps. I wrote an email to LSE on 15th January asking if there is still a possibility in applying and I got the answer that they are still open for applications. So I assume that in any case applications arriving until the middle of January have a chance. Good luck!

<blockquote>hi
I applied to LSE on 13th December and my status reads wait listed.Is there any chance of me getting in inspite of applying so late.Although i've already got a call from Kings and i didnt apply in UCL but LSE would be my priority incase i get an offer.</blockquote>
Hey,
I don't if this helps. I wrote an email to LSE on 15th January asking if there is still a possibility in applying and I got the answer that they are still open for applications. So I assume that in any case applications arriving until the middle of January have a chance. Good luck!
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hemera

I submitted my application on December 5. The eigt-week deadline is long past. Its extremely unnerving to know that even the waitlist is eluding me.

I submitted my application on December 5. The eigt-week deadline is long past. Its extremely unnerving to know that even the waitlist is eluding me.
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Banker

I was told by LSE that the two weeks around Xmas are excluded from the 8 weeks´ period. So with Xmas it is actually 10 weeks´period.

I was told by LSE that the two weeks around Xmas are excluded from the 8 weeks´ period. So with Xmas it is actually 10 weeks´period.
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Shumelka

Wow! All these posts look very discouraging, because I applied only on Jan.25. Nevertheless, I still hope that there is a chance for admission.

I am a European attorney who got LL.M in the US, then got admitted there in two states and now applied for LSE LL.M. It was my understanding that under circumstances, I don't need to submit TOEFL results. Can anybody who were in the same situation and whose application has been reviewed, tell me if I am correct? If not, I will have to search for my old results.

This question is for those who have already received offers: Do you think LSE puts any weight into work experience?
In case with US LL.M programs, too many years of diverse experience were less appealing than 1-2 years of specialized experience.

Thanks.

Wow! All these posts look very discouraging, because I applied only on Jan.25. Nevertheless, I still hope that there is a chance for admission.

I am a European attorney who got LL.M in the US, then got admitted there in two states and now applied for LSE LL.M. It was my understanding that under circumstances, I don't need to submit TOEFL results. Can anybody who were in the same situation and whose application has been reviewed, tell me if I am correct? If not, I will have to search for my old results.

This question is for those who have already received offers: Do you think LSE puts any weight into work experience?
In case with US LL.M programs, too many years of diverse experience were less appealing than 1-2 years of specialized experience.

Thanks.
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Tomix

Jan 25th??? wow!
Does anybody know if LSE is still receiving applications?? I thought they had finished receiving them... but I must be wrong. Shumelka, I think you have good chances for yourse is a truly interesting background... good luck!!

Jan 25th??? wow!
Does anybody know if LSE is still receiving applications?? I thought they had finished receiving them... but I must be wrong. Shumelka, I think you have good chances for yourse is a truly interesting background... good luck!!
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rac

Hey...Got an "unconditional offer" status yesterday...My application was "complete" on Nov 20, so that wait was a killer! Big relief though...

Along with that, I got a message to the effect that -

"It has been determined, based on the standard of your application etc...that you are eligible to apply online for a Graduate Support Scheme..."

Anyone else who has got an intimation like that?? My guess would be that the very best candidates get an outright grant with their admission offers, but others like me might get a kind of second chance....

All the best to those still waiting!

Hey...Got an "unconditional offer" status yesterday...My application was "complete" on Nov 20, so that wait was a killer! Big relief though...

Along with that, I got a message to the effect that -

"It has been determined, based on the standard of your application etc...that you are eligible to apply online for a Graduate Support Scheme..."

Anyone else who has got an intimation like that?? My guess would be that the very best candidates get an outright grant with their admission offers, but others like me might get a kind of second chance....

All the best to those still waiting!
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hjscotland

I got the same msg

I got the same msg
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I applied to LSE on 9th Jan. After waiting for this long, the status is waitlisted. I called them up and they have said they will get back to me in a couple of weeks time.

But then, couple of weeks is a debatable issue! :-(

I applied to LSE on 9th Jan. After waiting for this long, the status is waitlisted. I called them up and they have said they will get back to me in a couple of weeks time.

But then, couple of weeks is a debatable issue! :-(
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Serena W

My application hasn't been processed yet as they are waiting for my transcripts.

I applied on Jan. 25. 08. Is it too late? When should I expect to hear back?

My application hasn't been processed yet as they are waiting for my transcripts.

I applied on Jan. 25. 08. Is it too late? When should I expect to hear back?
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hemera

I applied on December 5. No news at all. My nerves are getting all bundled up. I don't know if its safe being optimistic anymore.

I applied on December 5. No news at all. My nerves are getting all bundled up. I don't know if its safe being optimistic anymore.
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hjscotland

hang tight - I applied only a few days before you (November 30th) and I still got in. Best of luck!!

hang tight - I applied only a few days before you (November 30th) and I still got in. Best of luck!!
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hemera

You are kind hjscotland. But its getting worse with every passing day. Even anticipating the waitlist is not a happy thought. When did you hear from them?

You are kind hjscotland. But its getting worse with every passing day. Even anticipating the waitlist is not a happy thought. When did you hear from them?
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hjscotland

it took me almost 9.5 weeks to get a response. the wait was horrible, I agree! Unfortunately there is nothing you can do.

it took me almost 9.5 weeks to get a response. the wait was horrible, I agree! Unfortunately there is nothing you can do.
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