Oxford 2020-2021 BCL/MSCs/MJUR/MPHIL/MLF/


LLM20US/UK

Anyone heard?


No update - maybe someone in uk can call please?

[quote]Anyone heard? [/quote]

No update - maybe someone in uk can call please?
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BACA

There will be no news on the BCL until mid March - there's no reason to call.

There will be no news on the BCL until mid March - there's no reason to call.
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results are usually released towards the end of March. No need to call imo

results are usually released towards the end of March. No need to call imo
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charlie89

Guys LLM2020 could be right -whats to say they don't release results earlier this year?

Guys LLM2020 could be right -whats to say they don't release results earlier this year?
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LLM20US/UK

Guys LLM2020 could be right -whats to say they don't release results earlier this year?


Sorry just think good to get official word on timeline - all other forums where people contact uni they guy official indication

[quote]Guys LLM2020 could be right -whats to say they don't release results earlier this year? [/quote]

Sorry just think good to get official word on timeline - all other forums where people contact uni they guy official indication
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The email says 8-10 weeks for results update. But of course, not opposed to someone calling the faculty and asking for an exact indication.

The email says 8-10 weeks for results update. But of course, not opposed to someone calling the faculty and asking for an exact indication.
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lustitia

What colleges did people put down :)


Christ Church :D


Same here! and for the MLF

[quote][quote]What colleges did people put down :) [/quote]

Christ Church :D[/quote]

Same here! and for the MLF
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p001

When shall we expect to hear about the MLF admissions?

When shall we expect to hear about the MLF admissions?
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lustitia

When shall we expect to hear about the MLF admissions?


I envisage it to be later than Cambridge. Uzbek Lawyer supra mentioned that it is usually around March 6-10.

[quote]When shall we expect to hear about the MLF admissions? [/quote]

I envisage it to be later than Cambridge. Uzbek Lawyer supra mentioned that it is usually around March 6-10.
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Andrew97

Hello, do yours status remain "Ready for assessment in January deadline"? I don't know whether it will become "under review" or something like that.

Hello, do yours status remain "Ready for assessment in January deadline"? I don't know whether it will become "under review" or something like that.
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llm017

Same here

Same here
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Andrew97

Same here


Okay. Thank you~

[quote]Same here[/quote]

Okay. Thank you~
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charlie89

It's been a month since we applied .. Anyone think we hear soon?

It's been a month since we applied .. Anyone think we hear soon?
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llmllm2020

It's been a month since we applied .. Anyone think we hear soon?


Another 2 weeks for MLF and 3 weeks for BCL, I'd say.

[quote]It's been a month since we applied .. Anyone think we hear soon? [/quote]

Another 2 weeks for MLF and 3 weeks for BCL, I'd say.
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does anyone know if those who applied in the JAN deadline will compete only among themselves, or also with those who applied in the MAR deadline?

in other words... is applying in JAN only better due to more scholarships available? or is it also smaller competition for places in the program? (I'm guessing it's the first... but would like to confirm)
thank you!

[Edited by oxfordattemptmsc on Feb 25, 2020]

does anyone know if those who applied in the JAN deadline will compete only among themselves, or also with those who applied in the MAR deadline?

in other words... is applying in JAN only better due to more scholarships available? or is it also smaller competition for places in the program? (I'm guessing it's the first... but would like to confirm)
thank you!
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Andrew97

does anyone know if those who applied in the JAN deadline will compete only among themselves, or also with those who applied in the MAR deadline?

in other words... is applying in JAN only better due to more scholarships available? or is it also smaller competition for places in the program? (I'm guessing it's the first... but would like to confirm)
thank you!


I don’t even know there’s a March deadline.

[quote]does anyone know if those who applied in the JAN deadline will compete only among themselves, or also with those who applied in the MAR deadline?

in other words... is applying in JAN only better due to more scholarships available? or is it also smaller competition for places in the program? (I'm guessing it's the first... but would like to confirm)
thank you![/quote]

I don’t even know there’s a March deadline.
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miki3999

does anyone know if those who applied in the JAN deadline will compete only among themselves, or also with those who applied in the MAR deadline?

in other words... is applying in JAN only better due to more scholarships available? or is it also smaller competition for places in the program? (I'm guessing it's the first... but would like to confirm)
thank you!


Those who applied for the January dealine will be considered together. The uni will decide whether to give someone an offer, a PFO, or, if applicable, to move the application for consideration in the March deadline. This happens when they are unsure about a particular applicant. Note, however, that if you are moved to the March deadline, you will likely lose your scholarship.

[Edited by miki3999 on Feb 25, 2020]

[quote]does anyone know if those who applied in the JAN deadline will compete only among themselves, or also with those who applied in the MAR deadline?

in other words... is applying in JAN only better due to more scholarships available? or is it also smaller competition for places in the program? (I'm guessing it's the first... but would like to confirm)
thank you![/quote]

Those who applied for the January dealine will be considered together. The uni will decide whether to give someone an offer, a PFO, or, if applicable, to move the application for consideration in the March deadline. This happens when they are unsure about a particular applicant. Note, however, that if you are moved to the March deadline, you will likely lose your scholarship.
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travel1604

Curious if anyone else applied for the Mst in International Human Rights Law?

Curious if anyone else applied for the Mst in International Human Rights Law?
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ann007

Hi all!

I unfortunately didn't make it into Cambridge. Based in this I wanted to know what my prospects of getting into Oxford are. So far I have gotten into Cornell and NYU, but after the most recent rejection I have no clue so as to what my position is.

I was really hoping to study in the UK, since it's a more affordable option for me as compared to the US, but given the serious blow to my self confidence I don't know where I stand or what to think. Any advice will be helpful.

Hi all!

I unfortunately didn't make it into Cambridge. Based in this I wanted to know what my prospects of getting into Oxford are. So far I have gotten into Cornell and NYU, but after the most recent rejection I have no clue so as to what my position is.

I was really hoping to study in the UK, since it's a more affordable option for me as compared to the US, but given the serious blow to my self confidence I don't know where I stand or what to think. Any advice will be helpful.
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llmllm2020

Hi all!

I unfortunately didn't make it into Cambridge. Based in this I wanted to know what my prospects of getting into Oxford are. So far I have gotten into Cornell and NYU, but after the most recent rejection I have no clue so as to what my position is.

I was really hoping to study in the UK, since it's a more affordable option for me as compared to the US, but given the serious blow to my self confidence I don't know where I stand or what to think. Any advice will be helpful.


Don't take it to heart, ann007.

All law schools get far more qualified candidates than they can accommodate, and it often turns out to be a matter of luck. It's not just how strong your profile was, but also how strong others were, and how unique you were in a particular cycle. It is not a reflection of how good or bad you are. Many people here have made it in their second or third tries, and you should keep trying if it matters so much to you.

Otherwise, I feel there is very little different between LLM programmes. NYU is brilliant, and I'm sure you would have another few applications pending. Remember, it matters not how many times you fail, but only the one time you succeed. Stay strong!

[quote]Hi all!

I unfortunately didn't make it into Cambridge. Based in this I wanted to know what my prospects of getting into Oxford are. So far I have gotten into Cornell and NYU, but after the most recent rejection I have no clue so as to what my position is.

I was really hoping to study in the UK, since it's a more affordable option for me as compared to the US, but given the serious blow to my self confidence I don't know where I stand or what to think. Any advice will be helpful. [/quote]

Don't take it to heart, ann007.

All law schools get far more qualified candidates than they can accommodate, and it often turns out to be a matter of luck. It's not just how strong your profile was, but also how strong others were, and how unique you were in a particular cycle. It is not a reflection of how good or bad you are. Many people here have made it in their second or third tries, and you should keep trying if it matters so much to you.

Otherwise, I feel there is very little different between LLM programmes. NYU is brilliant, and I'm sure you would have another few applications pending. Remember, it matters not how many times you fail, but only the one time you succeed. Stay strong!

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