LSE, UCL, QM and Kings - applications for 2011-2012


I got an offer from KCL, but that was about a month ago... sorry, can't help you there Nicko!

I got an offer from KCL, but that was about a month ago... sorry, can't help you there Nicko!
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Hi all. I received my unconditional letter of offer from UCL in the mail on Friday. good luck to everyone.


Hey!

Does anyone know how long approx. it takes for UCL to send an offer letter (by post, to a UK address) after having send "the" email that they have recommended you a place?

It's been five weeks since I got that email, and I'm getting fed up waiting!

It would be great to know how long it took with other applicants, so do let me know.. it takes a bit of the tension away ;)

<blockquote>Hi all. I received my unconditional letter of offer from UCL in the mail on Friday. good luck to everyone.</blockquote>

Hey!

Does anyone know how long approx. it takes for UCL to send an offer letter (by post, to a UK address) after having send "the" email that they have recommended you a place?

It's been five weeks since I got that email, and I'm getting fed up waiting!

It would be great to know how long it took with other applicants, so do let me know.. it takes a bit of the tension away ;)
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Ashni

Hi Betelgeuse. I received the the email with the recommendation on 17 Feb and the letter arrived in the mail on 25 March. I think that if you do not hear anything in the next week it's worth giving the admissions team a call to find out if you can get the letter faxed to you.

Hi Betelgeuse. I received the the email with the recommendation on 17 Feb and the letter arrived in the mail on 25 March. I think that if you do not hear anything in the next week it's worth giving the admissions team a call to find out if you can get the letter faxed to you.
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Thanks!

In fact, ironically enough, the letter came the next day :) Its a conditional offer but I'm practically sorted; all I need is to pass this year in order to get the average grade they want me to get. So I'll see you lot next year then! Enjoy exam revision and/ or holidays...

Thanks!

In fact, ironically enough, the letter came the next day :) Its a conditional offer but I'm practically sorted; all I need is to pass this year in order to get the average grade they want me to get. So I'll see you lot next year then! Enjoy exam revision and/ or holidays...
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Ashni

Congrats Betelgeuse :) I've actually deferred my course till 2012 but good luck with your LLM this year.

Congrats Betelgeuse :) I've actually deferred my course till 2012 but good luck with your LLM this year.
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ck980

anyone know how long it takes for QMUL to get back to ppl, i applied 11th March

anyone know how long it takes for QMUL to get back to ppl, i applied 11th March
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sidditude

I applied waaayyyyyy back ! got a conditional offer soon after. I sent my IELTS score about a month back (overall 8), have not heard from them since. Need i worry ? how much time do they usually take to make an unconditional offer once the condition have been fulfilled ?

I applied waaayyyyyy back ! got a conditional offer soon after. I sent my IELTS score about a month back (overall 8), have not heard from them since. Need i worry ? how much time do they usually take to make an unconditional offer once the condition have been fulfilled ?
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I applied to UCL just before the 1 April date (before the fee was introduced). I received my letter acknowledging my application on April 11, stating that I would receive a response by 1 June. I have still not heard anything. I know it has been less than 4 weeks but I wanted to know if anyone else has received an offer during this time and applied roughly the same time as me.
I realise it was a busy period for the admissions department as everyone was trying to apply before then to avoid the fee - so I don't know if this is why I still haven't heard or because they leave the rejections till later and send offers first?

I applied to UCL just before the 1 April date (before the fee was introduced). I received my letter acknowledging my application on April 11, stating that I would receive a response by 1 June. I have still not heard anything. I know it has been less than 4 weeks but I wanted to know if anyone else has received an offer during this time and applied roughly the same time as me.
I realise it was a busy period for the admissions department as everyone was trying to apply before then to avoid the fee - so I don't know if this is why I still haven't heard or because they leave the rejections till later and send offers first?
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Good Gosh

I applied to UCL just before the 1 April date (before the fee was introduced). I received my letter acknowledging my application on April 11, stating that I would receive a response by 1 June. I have still not heard anything....so I don't know if this is why I still haven't heard or because they leave the rejections till later and send offers first?


i would not worry at all for another three weeks..

<blockquote>I applied to UCL just before the 1 April date (before the fee was introduced). I received my letter acknowledging my application on April 11, stating that I would receive a response by 1 June. I have still not heard anything....so I don't know if this is why I still haven't heard or because they leave the rejections till later and send offers first? </blockquote>

i would not worry at all for another three weeks..
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hny_flying

@ Good Gosh : I applied by Jan 17 and was supposed to receive an answer by 22nd March. But, when I called them on April 10 complaining that I hadn't received any update on my application status they replied that it was still under consideration and would take another week at least. Finally, I received a letter today, i.e. 5th May, that I was being recommended for an offer.

So be prepared to wait for an endless amount of time (lol), or at the very least until June 1st.

Good luck!

@ Good Gosh : I applied by Jan 17 and was supposed to receive an answer by 22nd March. But, when I called them on April 10 complaining that I hadn't received any update on my application status they replied that it was still under consideration and would take another week at least. Finally, I received a letter today, i.e. 5th May, that I was being recommended for an offer.

So be prepared to wait for an endless amount of time (lol), or at the very least until June 1st.

Good luck!
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cynmy

guys,
do you know if LSE can admit to waive one of the conditions stated in the offer letter?
In my case, I have a conditional offer. The condition is to pass the TOEFL (109) or IELTS (7.5) with a minum of 7.0 (24) in both writing and listening skills. I just received my IELTS score (7.5); however, I got 6.5 in the writing element.
I just request to waive that condition.
Do you have any experience on these situations? Or know anyone who had a similar experience?
Thank you!!!

guys,
do you know if LSE can admit to waive one of the conditions stated in the offer letter?
In my case, I have a conditional offer. The condition is to pass the TOEFL (109) or IELTS (7.5) with a minum of 7.0 (24) in both writing and listening skills. I just received my IELTS score (7.5); however, I got 6.5 in the writing element.
I just request to waive that condition.
Do you have any experience on these situations? Or know anyone who had a similar experience?
Thank you!!!
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cynmy

anyone know how long it takes for QMUL to get back to ppl, i applied 11th March


they take one month and a half approx.

<blockquote>anyone know how long it takes for QMUL to get back to ppl, i applied 11th March</blockquote>

they take one month and a half approx.
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Ah cheers Good Gosh. I'd be delighted to receive an offer!

Ah cheers Good Gosh. I'd be delighted to receive an offer!
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ck980

im still waiting, they've a notice on their website saying not to contact them. Hopefully it will be good news, fingers crossed!

im still waiting, they've a notice on their website saying not to contact them. Hopefully it will be good news, fingers crossed!
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Strangely enough, I got an email today stating that I have been recommended for an offer from the Admissions Tutor and should receive an official offer letter within 6 weeks from now. Yay :)

Strangely enough, I got an email today stating that I have been recommended for an offer from the Admissions Tutor and should receive an official offer letter within 6 weeks from now. Yay :)
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Shah

Hi guys,

Those coming to LSE next year can join the facebook group: LSE LLM 2011-2012

Good luck to those still waiting to hear.

Hi guys,

Those coming to LSE next year can join the facebook group: LSE LLM 2011-2012

Good luck to those still waiting to hear.
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Steve99

Hi,

I received an email indicating that i was offered admission to UCL. The formal acceptance will follow sometime in the coming weeks.

I am curious as to what the conditions often are regarding final degrees? The email did not indicate any conditions but did say that the formal letter might include them.

I had a 66 avg last year with which i applied. This year my avg is a little lower (around 63).

Are conditions for UCL usually a min 65 requirement? I'm heading into my finals and am rather nervous that i might loose the offer if i don't come out with a 67. (in order to avg out a 65)

Anyone ever hear of a mere 63 getting the job done?

Thanks

Hi,

I received an email indicating that i was offered admission to UCL. The formal acceptance will follow sometime in the coming weeks.

I am curious as to what the conditions often are regarding final degrees? The email did not indicate any conditions but did say that the formal letter might include them.

I had a 66 avg last year with which i applied. This year my avg is a little lower (around 63).

Are conditions for UCL usually a min 65 requirement? I'm heading into my finals and am rather nervous that i might loose the offer if i don't come out with a 67. (in order to avg out a 65)

Anyone ever hear of a mere 63 getting the job done?

Thanks
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Hi... I got the same email for UCL, i wouldn't have thought it would be a min 65, i got an offer from kings and theres was 64... also are you sure the average is not just for final year exams? my average last year was 62 and so i hope it is!

Hi... I got the same email for UCL, i wouldn't have thought it would be a min 65, i got an offer from kings and theres was 64... also are you sure the average is not just for final year exams? my average last year was 62 and so i hope it is!
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