LSE/KCL/UCL/QMUL Applicants 2015/2016


raulgo
Hey, same for me and it s a relief to hear the same from you guys :)
Hey, same for me and it s a relief to hear the same from you guys :)
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Aelita
Unconditional Offer from UCL!

Check your Portico guys!


Lawgirl, I received an e-mail yesterday from UCL confirming my payment. However, my payment was already made 7 weeks ago, my referees submitted their letters at the same moment, and on portico it stated that my application is complete, since 7 weeks now.

Did the same happen to you? How long did you have to wait?

Congrats anyways ! :)



Congrats to all offer holders!

Guys, I have contacted UCL admissions regarding the payment confirmation. They said that it is some kind of system error and many applicants received such email. Therefore, no worries! Also, they have holidays for one week starting from tomorrow due to Easter holiday!

I already received unconditional offer from Queen Mary, but I need hard copy of offer. Does anyone know, whether they send the hard copy on headed-paper? Thank you!
<blockquote><blockquote>Unconditional Offer from UCL!

Check your Portico guys! </blockquote>

Lawgirl, I received an e-mail yesterday from UCL confirming my payment. However, my payment was already made 7 weeks ago, my referees submitted their letters at the same moment, and on portico it stated that my application is complete, since 7 weeks now.

Did the same happen to you? How long did you have to wait?

Congrats anyways ! :) </blockquote>


Congrats to all offer holders!

Guys, I have contacted UCL admissions regarding the payment confirmation. They said that it is some kind of system error and many applicants received such email. Therefore, no worries! Also, they have holidays for one week starting from tomorrow due to Easter holiday!

I already received unconditional offer from Queen Mary, but I need hard copy of offer. Does anyone know, whether they send the hard copy on headed-paper? Thank you!
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Why do you need hard copy of offer?
to pay the registration?
Why do you need hard copy of offer?
to pay the registration?

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Aelita
Why do you need hard copy of offer?
to pay the registration?



No, just for my sponsor! Queen Mary already sent it via post upon my request!
<blockquote>Why do you need hard copy of offer?
to pay the registration?

</blockquote>

No, just for my sponsor! Queen Mary already sent it via post upon my request!
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silverage
Hi guys! I got through LSE, KCL and QMUL (and haven't yet received a reply from UCL). I haven't graduated as yet, so they're all conditional, but the academic condition is meetable. The one that I cannot be certain about is Cambridge, as their condition is a little higher than the others. My result is going to be out only when the terms are practically about to start, so I don't know if I should bank on probabilities, in which context I was wondering, does LSE have a last date of acceptance of offer? I can't seem to find anything about it!
Hi guys! I got through LSE, KCL and QMUL (and haven't yet received a reply from UCL). I haven't graduated as yet, so they're all conditional, but the academic condition is meetable. The one that I cannot be certain about is Cambridge, as their condition is a little higher than the others. My result is going to be out only when the terms are practically about to start, so I don't know if I should bank on probabilities, in which context I was wondering, does LSE have a last date of acceptance of offer? I can't seem to find anything about it!
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Rana07
Official QMUL LL.M. 2015-16 entry group.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1434003606896797
Official QMUL LL.M. 2015-16 entry group.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1434003606896797
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LLMie
Hello! Anyone has any idea that by when are we expected to receive scholarship decisions from LSE? the website says betwee April-July, but any idea on past practices? Tnx.
Hello! Anyone has any idea that by when are we expected to receive scholarship decisions from LSE? the website says betwee April-July, but any idea on past practices? Tnx.
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sunnyj
I received a conditional offer from the LSE :) (evidence of English command).
Does anyone know if there is a specific deadline for fulfiling this condition ? In the email I received, it is only mentionned the conditions must be fulfilled before registration (September 21).
I want to make sure I can take the IELTS a second time if I don't get the required score...
I received a conditional offer from the LSE :) (evidence of English command).
Does anyone know if there is a specific deadline for fulfiling this condition ? In the email I received, it is only mentionned the conditions must be fulfilled before registration (September 21).
I want to make sure I can take the IELTS a second time if I don't get the required score...
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Hfginger
Hey- I'm coming late to the party:

I recieved conditional offers (upon me finishing my current program at my current GPA) from UCL, KCL and QMUL.

I am from the U.S. and will be finishing my JD here, and will be admitted to practice in th US before I start my LLM.

I am interested in arbitration. I am currently deciding between an LLM in International Dispute Resolution at QMUL or an LLM with a specialism in transnational law at KCL. My ultimate goal is to work in the UK or EU.

In the US more people seem to know KCL, but I've noticed that QMUL has a pretty good reputation in the UK- especially in the field I want to be in. I am having a tough time deciding between the two, and I can't seem to find any statistics on job placement after graduating.

Any one have any advice on which one is a better fit for someone focusing in arbitration?
Hey- I'm coming late to the party:

I recieved conditional offers (upon me finishing my current program at my current GPA) from UCL, KCL and QMUL.

I am from the U.S. and will be finishing my JD here, and will be admitted to practice in th US before I start my LLM.

I am interested in arbitration. I am currently deciding between an LLM in International Dispute Resolution at QMUL or an LLM with a specialism in transnational law at KCL. My ultimate goal is to work in the UK or EU.

In the US more people seem to know KCL, but I've noticed that QMUL has a pretty good reputation in the UK- especially in the field I want to be in. I am having a tough time deciding between the two, and I can't seem to find any statistics on job placement after graduating.

Any one have any advice on which one is a better fit for someone focusing in arbitration?
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Have you ever thought about the University of Fribourg in Switzerland, I am also interested in this area, and I believe that to be a very good option.
Have you ever thought about the University of Fribourg in Switzerland, I am also interested in this area, and I believe that to be a very good option.


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Hfginger
I considered some programs in Europe- but my fiancé and I have both been offered places at schools in London- so I'm pretty set on choosing between QMUL and KCL.
I considered some programs in Europe- but my fiancé and I have both been offered places at schools in London- so I'm pretty set on choosing between QMUL and KCL.
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IHR7
Is anyone still waiting for offers from LSE?
Is anyone still waiting for offers from LSE?
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jeremiesm
I considered some programs in Europe- but my fiancé and I have both been offered places at schools in London- so I'm pretty set on choosing between QMUL and KCL.


If you were accepted at UCL also and are interested in Arbitration, I can't see why in hell you would go to QMUL or KCL over UCL.

UCL Laws = top 15 in the world, better reputation than KCL or QMUL in Europe, better teaching, etc etc etc.
<blockquote>I considered some programs in Europe- but my fiancé and I have both been offered places at schools in London- so I'm pretty set on choosing between QMUL and KCL. </blockquote>

If you were accepted at UCL also and are interested in Arbitration, I can't see why in hell you would go to QMUL or KCL over UCL.

UCL Laws = top 15 in the world, better reputation than KCL or QMUL in Europe, better teaching, etc etc etc.
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Hfginger
I considered some programs in Europe- but my fiancé and I have both been offered places at schools in London- so I'm pretty set on choosing between QMUL and KCL.


If you were accepted at UCL also and are interested in Arbitration, I can't see why in hell you would go to QMUL or KCL over UCL.

UCL Laws = top 15 in the world, better reputation than KCL or QMUL in Europe, better teaching, etc etc etc.



I applied on the advice of my professors here who indicated KCL and QMUL were good fits for what I want to study. I'm not overly familiar with the reputations of these schools in the UK and Europe, especially in the arbitration field, so that's what I'm trying to get some input on.

My other concern is whether it is better to focus completely on a single subject at QMUL or to get an LLM with a specialism at KCL. Still not really sure which is better between the two.
<blockquote><blockquote>I considered some programs in Europe- but my fiancé and I have both been offered places at schools in London- so I'm pretty set on choosing between QMUL and KCL. </blockquote>

If you were accepted at UCL also and are interested in Arbitration, I can't see why in hell you would go to QMUL or KCL over UCL.

UCL Laws = top 15 in the world, better reputation than KCL or QMUL in Europe, better teaching, etc etc etc. </blockquote>


I applied on the advice of my professors here who indicated KCL and QMUL were good fits for what I want to study. I'm not overly familiar with the reputations of these schools in the UK and Europe, especially in the arbitration field, so that's what I'm trying to get some input on.

My other concern is whether it is better to focus completely on a single subject at QMUL or to get an LLM with a specialism at KCL. Still not really sure which is better between the two.
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llmincat
I considered some programs in Europe- but my fiancé and I have both been offered places at schools in London- so I'm pretty set on choosing between QMUL and KCL.


If you were accepted at UCL also and are interested in Arbitration, I can't see why in hell you would go to QMUL or KCL over UCL.

UCL Laws = top 15 in the world, better reputation than KCL or QMUL in Europe, better teaching, etc etc etc.



I applied on the advice of my professors here who indicated KCL and QMUL were good fits for what I want to study. I'm not overly familiar with the reputations of these schools in the UK and Europe, especially in the arbitration field, so that's what I'm trying to get some input on.

My other concern is whether it is better to focus completely on a single subject at QMUL or to get an LLM with a specialism at KCL. Still not really sure which is better between the two.


I think that when it comes to arbitration QM is the way to go. I participated in the Vis Moot and know that QM is known for their ARB course among the three schools you mentioned.
<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>I considered some programs in Europe- but my fiancé and I have both been offered places at schools in London- so I'm pretty set on choosing between QMUL and KCL. </blockquote>

If you were accepted at UCL also and are interested in Arbitration, I can't see why in hell you would go to QMUL or KCL over UCL.

UCL Laws = top 15 in the world, better reputation than KCL or QMUL in Europe, better teaching, etc etc etc. </blockquote>


I applied on the advice of my professors here who indicated KCL and QMUL were good fits for what I want to study. I'm not overly familiar with the reputations of these schools in the UK and Europe, especially in the arbitration field, so that's what I'm trying to get some input on.

My other concern is whether it is better to focus completely on a single subject at QMUL or to get an LLM with a specialism at KCL. Still not really sure which is better between the two.</blockquote>

I think that when it comes to arbitration QM is the way to go. I participated in the Vis Moot and know that QM is known for their ARB course among the three schools you mentioned.
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Aelita
Guys,
I received unconditional offer from UCL yesterday!
I am so happy!
I completed my application on Feb 26 if you are interested)))
Guys,
I received unconditional offer from UCL yesterday!
I am so happy!
I completed my application on Feb 26 if you are interested)))
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law_girl
Guys,
I received unconditional offer from UCL yesterday!
I am so happy!
I completed my application on Feb 26 if you are interested)))


Congrats!!
<blockquote>Guys,
I received unconditional offer from UCL yesterday!
I am so happy!
I completed my application on Feb 26 if you are interested)))</blockquote>

Congrats!!
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Aelita
Guys,
I received unconditional offer from UCL yesterday!
I am so happy!
I completed my application on Feb 26 if you are interested)))


Congrats!!


Thank you very much! Congratulations with your unconditional offer too!!!! Hope to see you at UCL))
<blockquote><blockquote>Guys,
I received unconditional offer from UCL yesterday!
I am so happy!
I completed my application on Feb 26 if you are interested)))</blockquote>

Congrats!!</blockquote>

Thank you very much! Congratulations with your unconditional offer too!!!! Hope to see you at UCL))
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raulgo
Hi everyone,

I congratulate all offer holders.

My first choice for LLM is UCL and the second is KCL. But the problem is although I completed my application in 18 March, I still havent heard from UCL. On the other hand I received an offer from KCL and deadline of this offer is 30 April. I dont want to reply KCL's offer before I heard from UCL for sure. So the only solution is to postpone KCL's offer.

Did anyone try such thing ? Do they accept ?
Or do you think that - I dont think :) - UCL respond my application till end of April (I completed my application in 18 March), before the deadline of KCL ?
Hi everyone,

I congratulate all offer holders.

My first choice for LLM is UCL and the second is KCL. But the problem is although I completed my application in 18 March, I still havent heard from UCL. On the other hand I received an offer from KCL and deadline of this offer is 30 April. I dont want to reply KCL's offer before I heard from UCL for sure. So the only solution is to postpone KCL's offer.

Did anyone try such thing ? Do they accept ?
Or do you think that - I dont think :) - UCL respond my application till end of April (I completed my application in 18 March), before the deadline of KCL ?
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simonm
I wouldn't expect them to reply early. My application for UCL became completed on 18th February and I haven't heard anything from them so far. I was in the very same position and eventually accepted Queen Mary's offer last Saturday despite of the fact that it was my second choice. Tough decisions.
I wouldn't expect them to reply early. My application for UCL became completed on 18th February and I haven't heard anything from them so far. I was in the very same position and eventually accepted Queen Mary's offer last Saturday despite of the fact that it was my second choice. Tough decisions.
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