Meeting the academic conditions


I have decided do undertake my LL.M at Cambridge in September of this year but I am currently facing a worrying problem.

I am just finishing my Law degree in my home country and I am taking part to a summer school during the two first weeks of July.

All my last exams are taking place before 30th June.

This summer school is however considered as a course by my home university and I will be evaluated on my participation to the summer school.

I will have my points for that "course" in the mid-July.

The main problem is that the jury which is awarding the official document, i.e. my diploma, will not have its meeting before September !

As everyone, I will have to bring "formal evidence" to I have obtained my law degree.

Do you think that an official letter of the Registrar of my home university with a transcript of all my points and my ranking will be considered as a "formal evidence" ?

I am in a very particular situation because I will have ALL my points before 31th July but not my official document called "diploma" before 10th September !

Any idea ?

In advance, thanks !

I have decided do undertake my LL.M at Cambridge in September of this year but I am currently facing a worrying problem.

I am just finishing my Law degree in my home country and I am taking part to a summer school during the two first weeks of July.

All my last exams are taking place before 30th June.

This summer school is however considered as a course by my home university and I will be evaluated on my participation to the summer school.

I will have my points for that "course" in the mid-July.

The main problem is that the jury which is awarding the official document, i.e. my diploma, will not have its meeting before September !

As everyone, I will have to bring "formal evidence" to I have obtained my law degree.

Do you think that an official letter of the Registrar of my home university with a transcript of all my points and my ranking will be considered as a "formal evidence" ?

I am in a very particular situation because I will have ALL my points before 31th July but not my official document called "diploma" before 10th September !

Any idea ?

In advance, thanks !
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Dutchman

Call them?!?!?

Call them?!?!?
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beicon

I think calling them is the best option. However, for your information, I didn't send to any university in the UK my actual diploma, but rather a letter from my university saying that I'd graduated... Even though I got kicked in the arse by Cambridge, considering I did get some offers I reckon the letter should suffice.

I think calling them is the best option. However, for your information, I didn't send to any university in the UK my actual diploma, but rather a letter from my university saying that I'd graduated... Even though I got kicked in the arse by Cambridge, considering I did get some offers I reckon the letter should suffice.
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according to the offer booklet, you don't need to have the acutal diploma in hand!!
if you're doing a masters (or other post-grad), u just need to get a letter from your registrar that you've sat for your exams and have submitted your dissertation, if you're still doing your undergraduate, if i'm not mistaken, you need to get a letter stating that you're going to get the required grade ...check the offer booklet to be sure!

according to the offer booklet, you don't need to have the acutal diploma in hand!!
if you're doing a masters (or other post-grad), u just need to get a letter from your registrar that you've sat for your exams and have submitted your dissertation, if you're still doing your undergraduate, if i'm not mistaken, you need to get a letter stating that you're going to get the required grade ...check the offer booklet to be sure!
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