Oxford 2022-2023 BCL/MSCs/MJUR/MPHIL/MLF Applicants


Mia0118


Hi, I'm currently a master student too. In my MLF offer, the academic conditions only include my undergraduate transcripts to be sent directly from my university. Hope this will be helpful~


Hi everyone! 
I am an MJur applicant who is waiting deadly for the results to be released. On these stressful days, I have a question in my mind about conditional offers. I am currently a master's student of a part-time online international relations course that I am pursuing along with my full-time employment. At the time of the MJur application deadline, we did not have the final transcripts yet and therefore I could not submit a master's transcript. I only submit my final undergraduate law transcript. As I could not attend the majority of my master's classes due to my health problems, I decided to re-take the classes in the second semester. Therefore, the two modules in the current transcript are zero (failed) now and the GPA is currently 0.00. Now, the second semester has just begun and I re-take the failed modules. I wonder does Oxford's conditional offer only requires the undergraduate law transcript, IELTS certificate etc. or will they require the said master's transcript (whose GPA is 0), if I get a conditional offer?  


<br>Hi, I'm currently a master student too. In my MLF offer, the academic conditions only include my undergraduate transcripts to be sent directly from my university. Hope this will be helpful~<br>[quote]
<div>Hi everyone!&nbsp;</div><br><div>I am an MJur applicant who is waiting deadly for the results to be released. On these stressful days, I have a question in my mind about conditional offers. I am currently a master's student of a part-time online international relations course that I am pursuing along with my full-time employment. At the time of the MJur application deadline, we did not have the final transcripts yet and therefore I could not submit a master's transcript. I only submit my final undergraduate law transcript. As I could not attend the majority of my master's classes due to my health problems, I decided to re-take the classes in the second semester. Therefore, the two modules in the current transcript are zero (failed) now and the GPA is currently 0.00. Now, the second semester has just begun and I re-take the failed modules. I wonder does Oxford's conditional offer only requires the undergraduate law transcript, IELTS certificate etc. or will they require the said master's transcript (whose GPA is 0), if I get a conditional offer?&nbsp;&nbsp;</div><div><div>
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Thank you very much! I hope those are our last questions to you before the results will release next week :)

If at all, the offer will require to you graduate with (let's say) a distinction or merit (or whatever). It is unlikely that they will be looking at each grade separately. I had a masters-related requirement attached to my offer and they just waived it after I'd emailed them; I think the emphasis is generally on your UG degree.



Thank you for your answer Miki3999, you are helpful as always! Do you think the possibility of them not asking for that master's transcript is high? I wonder if I get a conditional offer, explain my situation about that transcript but they do not accept my excuse and I share the transcript that contains only two failed courses, will my offer be withdrawn? 


They might give you a conditional offer with a condition attached to your masters degree, but, given your situation, I would contact the person who's sent the offer and explain what happened; they might waive that condition


Thank you very much! I hope those are our last questions to you before the results will release next week :)<br><br>[quote]If at all, the offer will require to you graduate with (let's say) a distinction or merit (or whatever). It is unlikely that they will be looking at each grade separately. I had a masters-related requirement attached to my offer and they just waived it after I'd emailed them; I think the emphasis is generally on your UG degree.<br><br><br>[quote]<br>Thank you for your answer Miki3999, you are helpful as always! Do you think the possibility of them not asking for that master's transcript is high?&nbsp;I wonder if I get a conditional offer, explain my situation about that transcript but they do not accept my excuse and I share the transcript that contains only two failed courses, will my offer be withdrawn?&nbsp;<br><br><br>[quote]They might give you a conditional offer with a condition attached to your masters degree, but, given your situation, I would contact the person who's sent the offer and explain what happened; they might waive that condition<br><br><br>[quote]<br>
<div>Hi everyone!&nbsp;</div><br><div>I am an MJur applicant who is waiting deadly for the results to be released. On these stressful days, I have a question in my mind about conditional offers. I am currently a master's student of a part-time online international relations course that I am pursuing along with my full-time employment. At the time of the MJur application deadline, we did not have the final transcripts yet and therefore I could not submit a master's transcript. I only submit my final undergraduate law transcript. As I could not attend the majority of my master's classes due to my health problems, I decided to re-take the classes in the second semester. Therefore, the two modules in the current transcript are zero (failed) now and the GPA is currently 0.00. Now, the second semester has just begun and I re-take the failed modules. I wonder does Oxford's conditional offer only requires the undergraduate law transcript, IELTS certificate etc. or will they require the said master's transcript (whose GPA is 0), if I get a conditional offer?&nbsp;&nbsp;</div><div><div><br>
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First of all congratulations on your MLF offer! Thank you for sharing this, I hope there will be no conditions than regarding my master's if I get an offer. 


Hi, I'm currently a master student too. In my MLF offer, the academic conditions only include my undergraduate transcripts to be sent directly from my university. Hope this will be helpful~

Hi everyone! 
I am an MJur applicant who is waiting deadly for the results to be released. On these stressful days, I have a question in my mind about conditional offers. I am currently a master's student of a part-time online international relations course that I am pursuing along with my full-time employment. At the time of the MJur application deadline, we did not have the final transcripts yet and therefore I could not submit a master's transcript. I only submit my final undergraduate law transcript. As I could not attend the majority of my master's classes due to my health problems, I decided to re-take the classes in the second semester. Therefore, the two modules in the current transcript are zero (failed) now and the GPA is currently 0.00. Now, the second semester has just begun and I re-take the failed modules. I wonder does Oxford's conditional offer only requires the undergraduate law transcript, IELTS certificate etc. or will they require the said master's transcript (whose GPA is 0), if I get a conditional offer?  


First of all congratulations on your MLF offer! Thank you for sharing this, I hope there will be no conditions than regarding my master's if I get an offer.&nbsp;<br><br>[quote]<br>Hi, I'm currently a master student too. In my MLF offer, the academic conditions only include my undergraduate transcripts to be sent directly from my university. Hope this will be helpful~<br>[quote]
<div>Hi everyone!&nbsp;</div><br><div>I am an MJur applicant who is waiting deadly for the results to be released. On these stressful days, I have a question in my mind about conditional offers. I am currently a master's student of a part-time online international relations course that I am pursuing along with my full-time employment. At the time of the MJur application deadline, we did not have the final transcripts yet and therefore I could not submit a master's transcript. I only submit my final undergraduate law transcript. As I could not attend the majority of my master's classes due to my health problems, I decided to re-take the classes in the second semester. Therefore, the two modules in the current transcript are zero (failed) now and the GPA is currently 0.00. Now, the second semester has just begun and I re-take the failed modules. I wonder does Oxford's conditional offer only requires the undergraduate law transcript, IELTS certificate etc. or will they require the said master's transcript (whose GPA is 0), if I get a conditional offer?&nbsp;&nbsp;</div><div><div>
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DPhil here. Upload button still there

DPhil here. Upload button still there
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R-D-2022

Hello everyone!

I wanted to double-check: if you click on the "supporting documents" button and you still have the option on the left bottom side "Select the type of document you wish to submit" i.e. the upload button, you are still under review? 

We will receive our offers or rejections via email by the end of March, correct?

Thanks!

Hello everyone!<br><br>I wanted to double-check: if you click on the "supporting documents" button and you still have the option on the left bottom side "Select the type of document you wish to submit" i.e. the upload button, you are still under review?&nbsp;<br><br><div>We will receive our offers or rejections via email by the end of March, correct?<br><br>Thanks!</div><div>
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DPhil here. Upload button still there


Same here (also for the MPhil).

[quote]DPhil here. Upload button still there [/quote]<br><br>Same here (also for the MPhil).
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DPhil here. Upload button still there


Same here (also for the MPhil).


Same here (both MPhil/DPhil)

[quote][quote]DPhil here. Upload button still there [/quote]<br><br>Same here (also for the MPhil). [/quote]<br><br>Same here (both MPhil/DPhil)
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MLF applicant here, does not receiving an offer last Friday essentially mean a rejection? Trying to manage self-expectations here hence any honest input would be much appreciated :)

MLF applicant here, does not receiving an offer last Friday essentially mean a rejection? Trying to manage self-expectations here hence any honest input would be much appreciated :)
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miki3999

No, there are likely more offers coming in tomorrow (plus the waiting list)



MLF applicant here, does not receiving an offer last Friday essentially mean a rejection? Trying to manage self-expectations here hence any honest input would be much appreciated :)

No, there are likely more offers coming in tomorrow (plus the waiting list)<br><br><br><br>[quote]MLF applicant here, does not receiving an offer last Friday essentially mean a rejection? Trying to manage self-expectations here hence any honest input would be much appreciated :) [/quote]
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No, there are likely more offers coming in tomorrow (plus the waiting list)

Thanks Miki! What about MPhil/DPhil? They will come together with MLF tomorrow or they will come later next week after MLF?

[quote]No, there are likely more offers coming in tomorrow (plus the waiting list)<br><br>Thanks Miki! What about MPhil/DPhil? They will come together with MLF tomorrow or they will come later next week after MLF?
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miki3999


No idea, but likely this week


No, there are likely more offers coming in tomorrow (plus the waiting list)

Thanks Miki! What about MPhil/DPhil? They will come together with MLF tomorrow or they will come later next week after MLF?

<br>No idea, but likely this week<br><br><br>[quote][quote]No, there are likely more offers coming in tomorrow (plus the waiting list)<br><br>Thanks Miki! What about MPhil/DPhil? They will come together with MLF tomorrow or they will come later next week after MLF? [/quote]
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Mallord

Good morning all,

Am I right in saying the BCL admission results should come out this week? 

Good morning all,<br><br>Am I right in saying the BCL admission results should come out this week?&nbsp;
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Hello everyone, 

I still don't have an answer or letters for the MLF. The button is still there!
Any ideas?

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Hello everyone,&nbsp;<br><br>I still don't have an answer or letters for the MLF. The button is still there!<br>Any ideas?
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Arcanom

Same here. I am less hopeful for an offer but who knows..

Hello everyone, 

I still don't have an answer or letters for the MLF. The button is still there!
Any ideas?

Same here. I am less hopeful for an offer but who knows..<br><br>[quote]Hello everyone,&nbsp;<br><br>I still don't have an answer or letters for the MLF. The button is still there!<br>Any ideas? [/quote]
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allobroges

Good morning all,

Am I right in saying the BCL admission results should come out this week? 


I hope that you are right, but I don't have high hopes: the Oxford website states that it takes 8-10 weeks to receive the offers - by the end of this week, we would be at the end of the 8 weeks period. I really hope that we will find out more this week and it wouldn't be like the Cambridge applications...

Last year it was 19 March when the offers came out

[Edited by allobroges on Mar 14, 2022]

[quote] Good morning all,<br><br>Am I right in saying the BCL admission results should come out this week?&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>I hope that you are right, but I don't have high hopes: the Oxford website states that it takes 8-10 weeks to receive the offers - by the end of this week, we would be at the end of the 8 weeks period. I really hope that we will find out more this week and it wouldn't be like the Cambridge applications...<br><br>Last year it was 19 March when the offers came out
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NorM

Oxford does seem to be on time with the MLF, so I doubt it will be as delayed as Cambridge.

Oxford does seem to be on time with the MLF, so I doubt it will be as delayed as Cambridge.<br><br>
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I just got waitlisted for the MLF for the second consecutive year. Considering how stressful  the wait list process was last year (ultimately ended with no admission), I don’t think I will spend any energy waiting this year. I rather be surprised. 

I just got waitlisted for the MLF for the second consecutive year. Considering how stressful &nbsp;the wait list process was last year (ultimately ended with no admission), I don’t think I will spend any energy waiting this year. I rather be surprised.&nbsp;
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NorM

I just got waitlisted for the MLF for the second consecutive year. Considering how stressful  the wait list process was last year (ultimately ended with no admission), I don’t think I will spend any energy waiting this year. I rather be surprised. 


Sorry to hear that! I wish for you to be positively surprised! You're probably right in not stressing and spending energy on the waiting process.

I guess all offers have been sent out then...

[quote]I just got waitlisted for the MLF for the second consecutive year. Considering how stressful &nbsp;the wait list process was last year (ultimately ended with no admission), I don’t think I will spend any energy waiting this year. I rather be surprised.&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Sorry to hear that! I wish for you to be positively surprised! You're probably right in not stressing and spending energy on the waiting process.<br><br>I guess all offers have been sent out then...<br>
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I just got waitlisted for the MLF for the second consecutive year. Considering how stressful  the wait list process was last year (ultimately ended with no admission), I don’t think I will spend any energy waiting this year. I rather be surprised. 


Sorry to hear that! I wish for you to be positively surprised! You're probably right in not stressing and spending energy on the waiting process.

I guess all offers have been sent out then...


Thank you for the kind words. 

[quote][quote]I just got waitlisted for the MLF for the second consecutive year. Considering how stressful &nbsp;the wait list process was last year (ultimately ended with no admission), I don’t think I will spend any energy waiting this year. I rather be surprised.&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Sorry to hear that! I wish for you to be positively surprised! You're probably right in not stressing and spending energy on the waiting process.<br><br>I guess all offers have been sent out then...<br> [/quote]<br><br>Thank you for the kind words.&nbsp;
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I just received an offer for the MSc in Criminology and Criminal Justice. Congrats to all the other offer holders and all the best to those still waiting! I was wondering if anyone had any insight on the 'Graduate Law Courses means-assessed fee support' - and what level of household income is typically considered to be deserving of financial support?

I just received an offer for the MSc in Criminology and Criminal Justice. Congrats to all the other offer holders and all the best to those still waiting! I was wondering if anyone had any insight on the 'Graduate Law Courses means-assessed fee support' - and what level of household income is typically considered to be deserving of financial support?<div><br></div><div>
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