Off to UCL - Sep 2010


brazilian

Hi Marina. I'll be arriving in London on the 16th September.


Hi Beicon,

I will be arriving September 17th. Did you get your visa?

<blockquote>Hi Marina. I'll be arriving in London on the 16th September.</blockquote>

Hi Beicon,

I will be arriving September 17th. Did you get your visa?
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beicon

Hi Brazilian.

As a matter of fact, I dont need a visa my family is from Portugal and therefore Im a EU national even though that alone wont get me the home fee discount, it saves me the trouble of applying for a visa.

Regards,

Hi Brazilian.

As a matter of fact, I don’t need a visa… my family is from Portugal and therefore I’m a EU national… even though that alone won’t get me the home fee discount, it saves me the trouble of applying for a visa.

Regards,
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brazilian

Hi,

As you can see by my creative username, I am a brazilian going to LSE :-)
Unfortunately I am desperately trying to finish a lot of things in Brazil and still to get my visa. I can't say, however, that I am as funny as Beicon :-) But I am also not a very occupied genious, that you can be sure. Actually I am pretty scared right now about everything!!


And here he/she is! : )


She! ;-)

<blockquote><blockquote>Hi,

As you can see by my creative username, I am a brazilian going to LSE :-)
Unfortunately I am desperately trying to finish a lot of things in Brazil and still to get my visa. I can't say, however, that I am as funny as Beicon :-) But I am also not a very occupied genious, that you can be sure. Actually I am pretty scared right now about everything!!
</blockquote>

And here he/she is! : )</blockquote>

She! ;-)
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beicon

I thought so but I wasnt 100% sure and didnt want to be rude

I thought so… but I wasn’t 100% sure and didn’t want to be rude…
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Tabmas08

Hi,

As you can see by my creative username, I am a brazilian going to LSE :-)
Unfortunately I am desperately trying to finish a lot of things in Brazil and still to get my visa. I can't say, however, that I am as funny as Beicon :-) But I am also not a very occupied genious, that you can be sure. Actually I am pretty scared right now about everything!!


Brazilian...soo nice to meet you and you are a "she" and so am I .. There was another Brazilian person I had cyber bumped into the the board, who was coming with her family...is that you?
What do you have to sort out apart from your visa.Don't be scared, I can help you rationalise everything.(as you can tell I am very excited having discovered you).lol.

<blockquote>Hi,

As you can see by my creative username, I am a brazilian going to LSE :-)
Unfortunately I am desperately trying to finish a lot of things in Brazil and still to get my visa. I can't say, however, that I am as funny as Beicon :-) But I am also not a very occupied genious, that you can be sure. Actually I am pretty scared right now about everything!!
</blockquote>

Brazilian...soo nice to meet you and you are a "she" and so am I .. There was another Brazilian person I had cyber bumped into the the board, who was coming with her family...is that you?
What do you have to sort out apart from your visa.Don't be scared, I can help you rationalise everything.(as you can tell I am very excited having discovered you).lol.
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Tabmas08

Thanks for the compliment too mate!!!

I dont wish to disappoint you but in person Im very far from being the samba-boy its just one of the wonders of the internet that allows you to be this persona online. Anyway, its not as if Im no fun in person either, just a bit shier than youd expect after reading my posts but my fiancée will be with me and shes a real ice-breaker so that makes things a bit easier.

But I digress. Back to whats at stake here: Brazilians going to LSE unfortunately, apart from a person (nickname brazilian) that pops in every now and then here on the guide, I dont know any Brazilians going to LSE but Im sure therell be at least five or six (being utterly modest here), cause its one of the most popular UK universities among Brazilian lawyers followed by Kings College strangely not that many people are familiar with UCL here. But, once again, I digress

Regards,


Beicon,as you have seen Brazilain has shown up and she is a "she"...like me...uber excited here.I think your internet persona can be transfered to real life but if your fiance'e is an ice-breaker then you are sorted.
I hope that I do get to meet some Brazilians on the law programme at LSE becuase the ones I met during the World Cup were pretty cool and add the UCL hopefuls on this sight and I would say "Samba Boys" are looking good.But for now I would settle for discussions from more than 2 LSE future attendees:)

<blockquote>Thanks for the compliment too mate!!!

I don’t wish to disappoint you but in person I’m very far from being the “samba-boy”… it’s just one of the wonders of the internet that allows you to be this persona online. Anyway, it’s not as if I’m no fun in person either, just a bit shier than you’d expect after reading my posts… but my fiancée will be with me and she’s a real ice-breaker so that makes things a bit easier.

But I digress. Back to what’s at stake here: Brazilians going to LSE… unfortunately, apart from a person (nickname ‘brazilian’) that pops in every now and then here on the guide, I don’t know any Brazilians going to LSE… but I’m sure there’ll be at least five or six (being utterly modest here), ‘cause it’s one of the most popular UK universities among Brazilian lawyers… followed by King’s College… strangely not that many people are familiar with UCL here. But, once again, I digress…

Regards,</blockquote>

Beicon,as you have seen Brazilain has shown up and she is a "she"...like me...uber excited here.I think your internet persona can be transfered to real life but if your fiance'e is an ice-breaker then you are sorted.
I hope that I do get to meet some Brazilians on the law programme at LSE becuase the ones I met during the World Cup were pretty cool and add the UCL hopefuls on this sight and I would say "Samba Boys" are looking good.But for now I would settle for discussions from more than 2 LSE future attendees:)
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kiara

I can't help but notice that the 2010 UCL students seem to be more keen to engage on llmguide, are livelier and seem more fun..Did I make the wrong choice choosing LSE or are the people heading to LSE just very busy and they don't have time to discuss potential life at Uni?.....lol too late to change , already have my visa.sob sob.....


Tabmas, I feel exactly the same way! I was wondering where all the LSE LLMers are and why they aren't interacting as much.

<blockquote>I can't help but notice that the 2010 UCL students seem to be more keen to engage on llmguide, are livelier and seem more fun..Did I make the wrong choice choosing LSE or are the people heading to LSE just very busy and they don't have time to discuss potential life at Uni?.....lol too late to change , already have my visa.sob sob.....</blockquote>

Tabmas, I feel exactly the same way! I was wondering where all the LSE LLMers are and why they aren't interacting as much.
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Tabmas08

I can't help but notice that the 2010 UCL students seem to be more keen to engage on llmguide, are livelier and seem more fun..Did I make the wrong choice choosing LSE or are the people heading to LSE just very busy and they don't have time to discuss potential life at Uni?.....lol too late to change , already have my visa.sob sob.....


Tabmas, I feel exactly the same way! I was wondering where all the LSE LLMers are and why they aren't interacting as much.


Kaira, I was expecting you:) I knew you would undertsand as you have tried the most to enagage LSE LLM'ers but to no avail.Only you, Good Gosh and now Brazilian seem to be in the mix.... Kiara we may be doomed to boring LSE clasmates:)

<blockquote><blockquote>I can't help but notice that the 2010 UCL students seem to be more keen to engage on llmguide, are livelier and seem more fun..Did I make the wrong choice choosing LSE or are the people heading to LSE just very busy and they don't have time to discuss potential life at Uni?.....lol too late to change , already have my visa.sob sob.....</blockquote>

Tabmas, I feel exactly the same way! I was wondering where all the LSE LLMers are and why they aren't interacting as much.</blockquote>

Kaira, I was expecting you:) I knew you would undertsand as you have tried the most to enagage LSE LLM'ers but to no avail.Only you, Good Gosh and now Brazilian seem to be in the mix.... Kiara we may be doomed to boring LSE clasmates:)
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kiara

Kaira, I was expecting you:) I knew you would undertsand as you have tried the most to enagage LSE LLM'ers but to no avail.Only you, Good Gosh and now Brazilian seem to be in the mix.... Kiara we may be doomed to boring LSE clasmates:)

Hahaha! let's not give up just yet! maybe as the time draws nearer we'll see more people coming forward! I've sent you a P.M. though.


Kaira, I was expecting you:) I knew you would undertsand as you have tried the most to enagage LSE LLM'ers but to no avail.Only you, Good Gosh and now Brazilian seem to be in the mix.... Kiara we may be doomed to boring LSE clasmates:)</blockquote>

Hahaha! let's not give up just yet! maybe as the time draws nearer we'll see more people coming forward! I've sent you a P.M. though.
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brazilian

Hi,

As you can see by my creative username, I am a brazilian going to LSE :-)
Unfortunately I am desperately trying to finish a lot of things in Brazil and still to get my visa. I can't say, however, that I am as funny as Beicon :-) But I am also not a very occupied genious, that you can be sure. Actually I am pretty scared right now about everything!!


Brazilian...soo nice to meet you and you are a "she" and so am I .. There was another Brazilian person I had cyber bumped into the the board, who was coming with her family...is that you?
What do you have to sort out apart from your visa.Don't be scared, I can help you rationalise everything.(as you can tell I am very excited having discovered you).lol.


Yes, that's me! That's why I have so many things to do before leaving... I am still working - I work in the human rights area, by the way - and have a lot of things to finish right now. I got very excited that we are going to be in the same classes, because I will also choose the human rights courses! I will not be living in the university, since I have two small children, but I hope to enjoy everything as a student again. How old are you?

<blockquote><blockquote>Hi,

As you can see by my creative username, I am a brazilian going to LSE :-)
Unfortunately I am desperately trying to finish a lot of things in Brazil and still to get my visa. I can't say, however, that I am as funny as Beicon :-) But I am also not a very occupied genious, that you can be sure. Actually I am pretty scared right now about everything!!
</blockquote>

Brazilian...soo nice to meet you and you are a "she" and so am I .. There was another Brazilian person I had cyber bumped into the the board, who was coming with her family...is that you?
What do you have to sort out apart from your visa.Don't be scared, I can help you rationalise everything.(as you can tell I am very excited having discovered you).lol.
</blockquote>

Yes, that's me! That's why I have so many things to do before leaving... I am still working - I work in the human rights area, by the way - and have a lot of things to finish right now. I got very excited that we are going to be in the same classes, because I will also choose the human rights courses! I will not be living in the university, since I have two small children, but I hope to enjoy everything as a student again. How old are you?
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Tabmas08

Brazilian..I have sent you a private message:)
Kiara: I have responded to yours:)
Have also joined the LSE LLM groups on facebook and will now send a message to the administrtaor asking him questions nobody else from LSE has responded to:)

Brazilian..I have sent you a private message:)
Kiara: I have responded to yours:)
Have also joined the LSE LLM groups on facebook and will now send a message to the administrtaor asking him questions nobody else from LSE has responded to:)
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beicon

Hey!!!

Havent you seen the title to this thread? Off to UCL!!!!! Not Off to LSE!!!

Start your own thread!!!!!!!!

PS: Just messing about with you!!!! Regardless of whichever university youre going to, youre all welcome here!!! I'm just trying to be funny... don't know if I've succeed though...

: )

Hey!!!

Haven’t you seen the title to this thread? “Off to UCL”!!!!! Not “Off to LSE!!!”

Start your own thread!!!!!!!!

PS: Just messing about with you!!!! Regardless of whichever university you’re going to, you’re all welcome here!!! I'm just trying to be funny... don't know if I've succeed though...

: )

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amt233

Hey!!!

Havent you seen the title to this thread? Off to UCL!!!!! Not Off to LSE!!!

Start your own thread!!!!!!!!

PS: Just messing about with you!!!! Regardless of whichever university youre going to, youre all welcome here!!! I'm just trying to be funny... don't know if I've succeed though...

: )



Yup. This thread is strictly for LSE rejects! ;)

<blockquote>Hey!!!

Haven’t you seen the title to this thread? “Off to UCL”!!!!! Not “Off to LSE!!!”

Start your own thread!!!!!!!!

PS: Just messing about with you!!!! Regardless of whichever university you’re going to, you’re all welcome here!!! I'm just trying to be funny... don't know if I've succeed though...

: )

</blockquote>

Yup. This thread is strictly for LSE rejects! ;)
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beicon

YEAH!!! (proud or not) LSE rejects!!! : )

YEAH!!! (proud or not) LSE rejects!!! : )
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beicon

new draft timetable:

http://www.ucl.ac.uk/laws/current/graduate/index.shtml?llm_tt_days_10-11

new draft timetable:

http://www.ucl.ac.uk/laws/current/graduate/index.shtml?llm_tt_days_10-11
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My conditional offer at UCL has recently been satisfied after I have sent them a degree certificate. I am still awaiting for a reply from the Law department and for the CAS number.

Well, I am extremely concern about my situation. Is it too LATE to ask them for the CAS number,. If not, how long does it take for the admission department to process my request before issuing the CAS?

Thanks in advance for your answer.

My conditional offer at UCL has recently been satisfied after I have sent them a degree certificate. I am still awaiting for a reply from the Law department and for the CAS number.

Well, I am extremely concern about my situation. Is it too LATE to ask them for the CAS number,. If not, how long does it take for the admission department to process my request before issuing the CAS?

Thanks in advance for your answer.
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amt233

My conditional offer at UCL has recently been satisfied after I have sent them a degree certificate. I am still awaiting for a reply from the Law department and for the CAS number.

Well, I am extremely concern about my situation. Is it too LATE to ask them for the CAS number,. If not, how long does it take for the admission department to process my request before issuing the CAS?

Thanks in advance for your answer.


I would call them (both the admissions office and the international office) every hour until you receive your CAS number. With a little over a month till the start of the program, you'll be quite rushed to get your visa in time. It took me about five and a half weeks from the time I received my CAS number until I had my visa in hand. It could likely have been done faster than this -- I postponed the taking of my biometric details by about a week because I couldn't keep my initial appointment, and I'd think that the consulate could expedite processing your visa in an emergency situation. However, you won't have much time to waste. If I were in your position I would fill out the necessary visa forms in advance and make sure I have all the required documents ready to send (transcripts and bank statements). Where are you from?

Good luck!

<blockquote>My conditional offer at UCL has recently been satisfied after I have sent them a degree certificate. I am still awaiting for a reply from the Law department and for the CAS number.

Well, I am extremely concern about my situation. Is it too LATE to ask them for the CAS number,. If not, how long does it take for the admission department to process my request before issuing the CAS?

Thanks in advance for your answer.</blockquote>

I would call them (both the admissions office and the international office) every hour until you receive your CAS number. With a little over a month till the start of the program, you'll be quite rushed to get your visa in time. It took me about five and a half weeks from the time I received my CAS number until I had my visa in hand. It could likely have been done faster than this -- I postponed the taking of my biometric details by about a week because I couldn't keep my initial appointment, and I'd think that the consulate could expedite processing your visa in an emergency situation. However, you won't have much time to waste. If I were in your position I would fill out the necessary visa forms in advance and make sure I have all the required documents ready to send (transcripts and bank statements). Where are you from?

Good luck!
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beicon

new draft timetable:

http://www.ucl.ac.uk/laws/current/graduate/index.shtml?llm_tt_days_10-11

new draft timetable:

http://www.ucl.ac.uk/laws/current/graduate/index.shtml?llm_tt_days_10-11
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beicon

Have any of you received any information on enrolment (apart from what's been made available on the Faculty website)?

So far, all I know is that we're supposed to show up on a certain date and at a certain time on campus to enrol (as informed in one of the letter I got from the faculty).

I don't think there's anything new, but I'm just checking to see if we're all on the same page...

Have any of you received any information on enrolment (apart from what's been made available on the Faculty website)?

So far, all I know is that we're supposed to show up on a certain date and at a certain time on campus to enrol (as informed in one of the letter I got from the faculty).

I don't think there's anything new, but I'm just checking to see if we're all on the same page...
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Hi Beicon, I have the same information that you have.
By the way, I antecipated my trip so I will be arriving in London on September 10th and will be able to check at UCL if there is something new.
Does anyone entered the UCL page on facebook?
Cheers,

Hi Beicon, I have the same information that you have.
By the way, I antecipated my trip so I will be arriving in London on September 10th and will be able to check at UCL if there is something new.
Does anyone entered the UCL page on facebook?
Cheers,
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