LSE - LLM 2014/2015 Applicants


Optimistic...

Admission process closed, guys http://www.lse.ac.uk/study/graduate/availableProgrammes.aspx


And my status hasnt changed since mid-January!!! I guess i should lose all hope now and head to Cambridge.

<blockquote>Admission process closed, guys http://www.lse.ac.uk/study/graduate/availableProgrammes.aspx</blockquote>

And my status hasnt changed since mid-January!!! I guess i should lose all hope now and head to Cambridge.
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Optimistic...

Got a reasonable conditional offer yesterday night. My 4th email was sent feb 11th. Any Facebook group for those enrolling ?!


My 4th email was sent in Mid January and I havent heard anything from them!! Congs on your offer.

<blockquote>Got a reasonable conditional offer yesterday night. My 4th email was sent feb 11th. Any Facebook group for those enrolling ?!</blockquote>

My 4th email was sent in Mid January and I havent heard anything from them!! Congs on your offer.
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hal123

you mean if you get accepted you will ditch cambridge and i if so totally agree with u because LSE has the best network in the world when we talk about UK universities. Plus for financial and commercial law it is one of the best in the whole world .

you mean if you get accepted you will ditch cambridge and i if so totally agree with u because LSE has the best network in the world when we talk about UK universities. Plus for financial and commercial law it is one of the best in the whole world .
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Optimistic...

you mean if you get accepted you will ditch cambridge and i if so totally agree with u because LSE has the best network in the world when we talk about UK universities. Plus for financial and commercial law it is one of the best in the whole world .


Well, i have to evaluate both offers especially when it comes to the funding they will provide! I do not have that money to fund an LLM so i have to look at both offers and then evaluate. Both of them are good universities though.

<blockquote>you mean if you get accepted you will ditch cambridge and i if so totally agree with u because LSE has the best network in the world when we talk about UK universities. Plus for financial and commercial law it is one of the best in the whole world .</blockquote>

Well, i have to evaluate both offers especially when it comes to the funding they will provide! I do not have that money to fund an LLM so i have to look at both offers and then evaluate. Both of them are good universities though.
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llmuk14

Hi, with respect to final year uk undergrads who have received a conditional offer from LSE, any idea on the minimum overall mark required.

Hi, with respect to final year uk undergrads who have received a conditional offer from LSE, any idea on the minimum overall mark required.
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hari90

I applied on 6th of March, and havent received my fourth mail yet. However the course is listed as closed. Does this mean that its sure that I wont be considered at all?

I applied on 6th of March, and havent received my fourth mail yet. However the course is listed as closed. Does this mean that its sure that I wont be considered at all?
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Optimistic...

Hi guys,
I am officially freaking out.
I got my 4th email about 8 weeks ago.
Despite that, I have not heard from LSE and now the programme is listed as closed.
Does that mean that I will not be offered a place?
P.S I saw offers for people who applied in Feb yet i applied in Jan! I dont want to think that i just missed out on LSE!

Hi guys,
I am officially freaking out.
I got my 4th email about 8 weeks ago.
Despite that, I have not heard from LSE and now the programme is listed as closed.
Does that mean that I will not be offered a place?
P.S I saw offers for people who applied in Feb yet i applied in Jan! I dont want to think that i just missed out on LSE!
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hal123

Guys does any body know if we could do an internship concomitantly with the LLM . I mean do we the leisure of time ?

Guys does any body know if we could do an internship concomitantly with the LLM . I mean do we the leisure of time ?
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juansiecu

Hi guys,
I am officially freaking out.
I got my 4th email about 8 weeks ago.
Despite that, I have not heard from LSE and now the programme is listed as closed.
Does that mean that I will not be offered a place?
P.S I saw offers for people who applied in Feb yet i applied in Jan! I dont want to think that i just missed out on LSE!


I applied in Jan and recieved my answer last week (on Tuesday). I guess they have a massive number of applications in these months. They should answer you this week, Good luck!!!

<blockquote>Hi guys,
I am officially freaking out.
I got my 4th email about 8 weeks ago.
Despite that, I have not heard from LSE and now the programme is listed as closed.
Does that mean that I will not be offered a place?
P.S I saw offers for people who applied in Feb yet i applied in Jan! I dont want to think that i just missed out on LSE!</blockquote>

I applied in Jan and recieved my answer last week (on Tuesday). I guess they have a massive number of applications in these months. They should answer you this week, Good luck!!!
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Optimistic...

Hi guys,
I am officially freaking out.
I got my 4th email about 8 weeks ago.
Despite that, I have not heard from LSE and now the programme is listed as closed.
Does that mean that I will not be offered a place?
P.S I saw offers for people who applied in Feb yet i applied in Jan! I dont want to think that i just missed out on LSE!


I applied in Jan and recieved my answer last week (on Tuesday). I guess they have a massive number of applications in these months. They should answer you this week, Good luck!!!


Thanks. I called the Graduate Admissions and spoke to someone there. She told me that my application was processed some time back but has not been returned by the department!

<blockquote><blockquote>Hi guys,
I am officially freaking out.
I got my 4th email about 8 weeks ago.
Despite that, I have not heard from LSE and now the programme is listed as closed.
Does that mean that I will not be offered a place?
P.S I saw offers for people who applied in Feb yet i applied in Jan! I dont want to think that i just missed out on LSE!</blockquote>

I applied in Jan and recieved my answer last week (on Tuesday). I guess they have a massive number of applications in these months. They should answer you this week, Good luck!!!</blockquote>

Thanks. I called the Graduate Admissions and spoke to someone there. She told me that my application was processed some time back but has not been returned by the department!
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hal123

relax u go maximum to cam although lse is better

relax u go maximum to cam although lse is better
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bruegelj

Hello,

the LLM program is officially closed. apparently.

Hello,

the LLM program is officially closed. apparently.
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Milo

Hi everyone,

I got an unconditional offer from LSE, but they still have a note that I must provide official proof of my degree or other main qualification results before I can fully register.
The guide provided on LSE website says "Documents must be in English or officially translated we must receive the original document or a copy which has been certified (by stamp and signature) by your institution or local British Council."
So am I required to send all that certified copies by post? Can I bring them with me to my registration? Their suggestion of "as soon as possible" makes me confused.
Thank you very much.

Hi everyone,

I got an unconditional offer from LSE, but they still have a note that I must provide official proof of my degree or other main qualification results before I can fully register.
The guide provided on LSE website says "Documents must be in English or officially translated – we must receive the original document or a copy which has been certified (by stamp and signature) by your institution or local British Council."
So am I required to send all that certified copies by post? Can I bring them with me to my registration? Their suggestion of "as soon as possible" makes me confused.
Thank you very much.
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SPAR

Congratulations! When did you receive your offer? When your fourth e-mail?

Hi everyone,

I got an unconditional offer from LSE, but they still have a note that I must provide official proof of my degree or other main qualification results before I can fully register.
The guide provided on LSE website says "Documents must be in English or officially translated we must receive the original document or a copy which has been certified (by stamp and signature) by your institution or local British Council."
So am I required to send all that certified copies by post? Can I bring them with me to my registration? Their suggestion of "as soon as possible" makes me confused.
Thank you very much.

Congratulations! When did you receive your offer? When your fourth e-mail?

<blockquote>Hi everyone,

I got an unconditional offer from LSE, but they still have a note that I must provide official proof of my degree or other main qualification results before I can fully register.
The guide provided on LSE website says "Documents must be in English or officially translated – we must receive the original document or a copy which has been certified (by stamp and signature) by your institution or local British Council."
So am I required to send all that certified copies by post? Can I bring them with me to my registration? Their suggestion of "as soon as possible" makes me confused.
Thank you very much.</blockquote>
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Optimistic...

So it looks like calling the Graduate Admissions team worked. My application had been complete since January 11th but I had not yet got an offer. I called Graduate Admissions and talked to someone there and at the end of the day i got an offer.
However, no graduate support funding. Does anyone have an idea about the usual date of release of scholarship awards?

So it looks like calling the Graduate Admissions team worked. My application had been complete since January 11th but I had not yet got an offer. I called Graduate Admissions and talked to someone there and at the end of the day i got an offer.
However, no graduate support funding. Does anyone have an idea about the usual date of release of scholarship awards?

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AV.law

Has anyone received or applied for a scholarship? That would be interesting to know if I can still hope to get a chance to get a scholarship... Apparently the sooner we apply the more chances we have to be offered scholarships ! Thanks for helping

Has anyone received or applied for a scholarship? That would be interesting to know if I can still hope to get a chance to get a scholarship... Apparently the sooner we apply the more chances we have to be offered scholarships ! Thanks for helping
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SPAR

Has anyone received an offer on or after March 14th? (besides Optimisticgirl).

Has anyone received an offer on or after March 14th? (besides Optimisticgirl).
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petitjaune

Has anyone received an offer on or after March 14th? (besides Optimisticgirl).


I received an unconditional offer this morning, by email. I submitted my application on 27 January, and got the fourth email on 7 February.

<blockquote>Has anyone received an offer on or after March 14th? (besides Optimisticgirl).</blockquote>

I received an unconditional offer this morning, by email. I submitted my application on 27 January, and got the fourth email on 7 February.
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For all the people who plan to apply next year.. Apply early.. Limbo is not a good place to be. The programme is not accepting any more applications yet my application status claims they are still scrutinizing my app. I presume my chances are less to nil at this moment.

For all the people who plan to apply next year.. Apply early.. Limbo is not a good place to be. The programme is not accepting any more applications yet my application status claims they are still scrutinizing my app. I presume my chances are less to nil at this moment.
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Optimistic...

For all the people who plan to apply next year.. Apply early.. Limbo is not a good place to be. The programme is not accepting any more applications yet my application status claims they are still scrutinizing my app. I presume my chances are less to nil at this moment.


Do you mind sharing when you applied?

<blockquote>For all the people who plan to apply next year.. Apply early.. Limbo is not a good place to be. The programme is not accepting any more applications yet my application status claims they are still scrutinizing my app. I presume my chances are less to nil at this moment.</blockquote>

Do you mind sharing when you applied?
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