Oxford 2021-2022 BCL/MSCs/MJUR/MPHIL/MLF Applicants


miki3999

Guys this might be a really stupid question but can you still apply to do the BCL if you already have a LLM from another university?


Sure you can. In fact, many BCL applicants already have LLMs and some even have phds

[Edited by miki3999 on Mar 09, 2021]

[quote]Guys this might be a really stupid question but can you still apply to do the BCL if you already have a LLM from another university? [/quote]<br><br>Sure you can. In fact, many BCL applicants already have LLMs and some even have phds
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princessme...

Guys this might be a really stupid question but can you still apply to do the BCL if you already have a LLM from another university?


I am about to conclude a LLM and I applied for the MJUR. I don't know if my application is going to be successful, but I haven't seen any restriction of this kind in the course page.
It was not a problem to LSE, Edinburgh and Cambridge. I read on Harvard course page that they don't accept students who already concluded a LLM in U.S. universities (but it's fine if the LLM - or even PhD - has been done abroad).
I believe if the programme doesn't state it is uneligible, you should explain in your application the reason why you are pursuing other LLM.

[quote]Guys this might be a really stupid question but can you still apply to do the BCL if you already have a LLM from another university? [/quote]<br><br>I am about to conclude a LLM and I applied for the MJUR. I don't know if my application is going to be successful, but I haven't seen any restriction of this kind in the course page.<br>It was not a problem to LSE, Edinburgh and Cambridge. I read on Harvard course page that they don't accept students who already concluded a LLM in U.S. universities (but it's fine if the LLM - or even PhD - has been done abroad).<br>I believe if the programme doesn't state it is uneligible, you should explain in your application the reason why you are pursuing other LLM.
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miki3999

This is already 9 March. Haven’t heard about MLF offers/rejections from anyone yet. 
It is kind of weird considering that in previous years people already heard from the on March 6th. Nonetheless, I think we will hear from them soon :)


This year is very different so I wouldn't necessarily compare what is going on now with what happened in previous years. That being said, I would expect the decisions either later this week or next week (but that's my guess).

[quote][quote]This is already 9 March. Haven’t heard about MLF offers/rejections from anyone yet.&nbsp; [/quote] It is kind of weird considering that in previous years people already heard from the on March 6th. Nonetheless, I think we will hear from them soon :) [/quote]<br><br>This year is very different so I wouldn't necessarily compare what is going on now with what happened in previous years. That being said, I would expect the decisions either later this week or next week (but that's my guess).
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Well, even in the pandemic year they released their decisions earlier. Anyways, I believe MLF decisions will be released between this week and the next one

Well, even in the pandemic year they released their decisions earlier. Anyways, I believe MLF decisions will be released between this week and the next one
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jameshowar...

I am about to conclude a LLM and I applied for the MJUR. I don't know if my application is going to be successful, but I haven't seen any restriction of this kind in the course page.
It was not a problem to LSE, Edinburgh and Cambridge. I read on Harvard course page that they don't accept students who already concluded a LLM in U.S. universities (but it's fine if the LLM - or even PhD - has been done abroad).
I believe if the programme doesn't state it is uneligible, you should explain in your application the reason why you are pursuing other LLM.

Thank you for the reply! So is it possible to apply for the Cambridge LLM (for example) even if you already have a LLM from another UK uni?

I am about to conclude a LLM and I applied for the MJUR. I don't know if my application is going to be successful, but I haven't seen any restriction of this kind in the course page.<br>It was not a problem to LSE, Edinburgh and Cambridge. I read on Harvard course page that they don't accept students who already concluded a LLM in U.S. universities (but it's fine if the LLM - or even PhD - has been done abroad).<br>I believe if the programme doesn't state it is uneligible, you should explain in your application the reason why you are pursuing other LLM. [/quote]<br><br>Thank you for the reply! So is it possible to apply for the Cambridge LLM (for example)&nbsp;even if you already have a LLM from another UK uni?
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francineth...

An upperclassman of mine did her first LLM at KCL and then a year later at Cambridge. So, I would say that it's alright :)

[Edited by francinethebean on Mar 09, 2021]

An upperclassman of mine did her first LLM at KCL and then a year later at Cambridge. So, I would say that it's alright :)
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princessme...

I am about to conclude a LLM and I applied for the MJUR. I don't know if my application is going to be successful, but I haven't seen any restriction of this kind in the course page.
It was not a problem to LSE, Edinburgh and Cambridge. I read on Harvard course page that they don't accept students who already concluded a LLM in U.S. universities (but it's fine if the LLM - or even PhD - has been done abroad).
I believe if the programme doesn't state it is uneligible, you should explain in your application the reason why you are pursuing other LLM.


Thank you for the reply! So is it possible to apply for the Cambridge LLM (for example) even if you already have a LLM from another UK uni?

My previous LLM is from Brazil, so I am not sure about a first LLM from a UK uni, however, according to the post above it is possible

[quote]I am about to conclude a LLM and I applied for the MJUR. I don't know if my application is going to be successful, but I haven't seen any restriction of this kind in the course page.<br>It was not a problem to LSE, Edinburgh and Cambridge. I read on Harvard course page that they don't accept students who already concluded a LLM in U.S. universities (but it's fine if the LLM - or even PhD - has been done abroad).<br>I believe if the programme doesn't state it is uneligible, you should explain in your application the reason why you are pursuing other LLM. [/quote]<br><br>Thank you for the reply! So is it possible to apply for the Cambridge LLM (for example)&nbsp;even if you already have a LLM from another UK uni? [/quote]<br><br>My previous LLM is from Brazil, so I am not sure about a first LLM from a UK uni, however, according to the post above it is possible
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Has anyone here heard from Oxford? Aside from the applicant to the MSc in Criminology who also applied to the Mjur

Has anyone here heard from Oxford? Aside from the applicant to the MSc in Criminology who also applied to the Mjur
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Has anyone here heard from Oxford? Aside from the applicant to the MSc in Criminology who also applied to the Mjur


Not yet, I'm the applicant of MLF.
Feel sooooo anxious these days!

[quote]Has anyone here heard from Oxford? Aside from the applicant to the MSc in Criminology who also applied to the Mjur [/quote]<br><br>Not yet, I'm the applicant of MLF.<br>Feel sooooo anxious these days!
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emanguti

Same here; still waiting. I applied to the MJur. 

Same here; still waiting. I applied to the MJur.&nbsp;
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mali.lma

Has anyone applied for an MSt (Int’l Human Rights)? If so, any news? 

Has anyone applied for an MSt (Int’l Human Rights)? If so, any news?&nbsp;
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Well, I guess we will have to keep waiting. Has anyone called the University? Just in case :)

Well, I guess we will have to keep waiting. Has anyone called the University? Just in case :)
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gdb

Has anyone applied for an MSt (Int’l Human Rights)? If so, any news? 


I did! No news yet. 

[quote]Has anyone applied for an MSt (Int’l Human Rights)? If so, any news?&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>I did! No news yet.&nbsp;
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Inactive User

I thought I’d stop lurking... I believe they might have started making offers. I received a conditional offer to the MLF this morning. 
Best of luck to everyone!

I thought I’d stop lurking... I believe they might have started making offers. I received a conditional offer to the MLF this morning.&nbsp;<br>Best of luck to everyone!
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xzarvok

I thought I’d stop lurking... I believe they might have started making offers. I received a conditional offer this morning. 
Best of luck to everyone!


To the BCL/MJur or MLF/MSc?

[quote]I thought I’d stop lurking... I believe they might have started making offers. I received a conditional offer this morning.&nbsp;<br>Best of luck to everyone! [/quote]<br><br>To the BCL/MJur or MLF/MSc?
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I thought I’d stop lurking... I believe they might have started making offers. I received a conditional offer to the MLF this morning. 
Best of luck to everyone!
Congratulations!!! May I ask you where are you from? :)

[quote]I thought I’d stop lurking... I believe they might have started making offers. I received a conditional offer to the MLF this morning.&nbsp;<br>Best of luck to everyone! [/quote] Congratulations!!! May I ask you where are you from? :)
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Echo777

Just received (about two hours ago) a conditional offer to the MLF as well! 

Just received (about two hours ago) a conditional offer to the MLF as well!&nbsp;
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Just recurved a conditional offer for MLF! Australian applicant. 

Just recurved a conditional offer for MLF! Australian applicant.&nbsp;
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Just recurved a conditional offer for MLF! Australian applicant. 
Just received an offer for the MLF as well!! I am from Paraguay :)

[quote]Just recurved a conditional offer for MLF! Australian applicant.&nbsp; [/quote] Just received an offer for the MLF as well!! I am from Paraguay :)
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dexter_53

Just received (about two hours ago) a conditional offer to the MLF as well! 


Same! Good luck to everyone!

[quote]Just received (about two hours ago) a conditional offer to the MLF as well!&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Same! Good luck to everyone!
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