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


GCD

Hey guys, good luck with your applications ;)

I submitted my application just hours before the deadline. In my Self Service portal, my application is shown as "Submitted but not Processed yet" and I am getting quite anxious as I am wondering how long it takes for the Graduate Admissions Office to process applications and mark them as ready for assessment, considering that as of now, once the deadline has passed, the Academic Department has already started to evaluate applications. 

Hey guys, good luck with your applications ;)<br><br>I submitted my application just hours before the deadline. In my Self Service portal, my application is shown as "Submitted but not Processed yet" and I am getting quite anxious as I am wondering how long it takes for the Graduate Admissions Office to process applications and mark them as ready for assessment, considering that as of now, once the deadline has passed, the Academic Department has already started to evaluate applications.&nbsp;<br>
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Okanich

Hi Aldobetpal,

I submitted on 11th January and my application was marked ready for assessment on 14th January although i received an email notification to this effect on 18th January.



Hey guys, good luck with your applications ;)

I submitted my application just hours before the deadline. In my Self Service portal, my application is shown as "Submitted but not Processed yet" and I am getting quite anxious as I am wondering how long it takes for the Graduate Admissions Office to process applications and mark them as ready for assessment, considering that as of now, once the deadline has passed, the Academic Department has already started to evaluate applications. 

Hi Aldobetpal,<br><br>I submitted on 11th January and my application was marked ready for assessment on 14th January although i received an email notification to this effect on 18th January.<br><br><br><br>[quote]Hey guys, good luck with your applications ;)<br><br>I submitted my application just hours before the deadline. In my Self Service portal, my application is shown as "Submitted but not Processed yet" and I am getting quite anxious as I am wondering how long it takes for the Graduate Admissions Office to process applications and mark them as ready for assessment, considering that as of now, once the deadline has passed, the Academic Department has already started to evaluate applications.&nbsp;<br> [/quote]
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miki3999

Don't worry about this, they know that you submitted before the deadline, so whenever they process your app has no impact on its outcome. I guess they are quite busy now, because most people tend to send their apps in on the last day and therefore processing may now take some time



Hey guys, good luck with your applications ;)

I submitted my application just hours before the deadline. In my Self Service portal, my application is shown as "Submitted but not Processed yet" and I am getting quite anxious as I am wondering how long it takes for the Graduate Admissions Office to process applications and mark them as ready for assessment, considering that as of now, once the deadline has passed, the Academic Department has already started to evaluate applications. 

Don't worry about this, they know that you submitted before the deadline, so whenever they process your app has no impact on its outcome. I guess they are quite busy now, because most people tend to send their apps in on the last day and therefore processing may now take some time<br><br><br><br>[quote]Hey guys, good luck with your applications ;)<br><br>I submitted my application just hours before the deadline. In my Self Service portal, my application is shown as "Submitted but not Processed yet" and I am getting quite anxious as I am wondering how long it takes for the Graduate Admissions Office to process applications and mark them as ready for assessment, considering that as of now, once the deadline has passed, the Academic Department has already started to evaluate applications.&nbsp;<br> [/quote]
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chamonix20...

mine was processed and ready for assessment within only a few hours of submitting and at 2.20am! So I would say they have a lot of people working to get them processed at the moment! Don’t worry! 

Hey guys, good luck with your applications ;)

I submitted my application just hours before the deadline. In my Self Service portal, my application is shown as "Submitted but not Processed yet" and I am getting quite anxious as I am wondering how long it takes for the Graduate Admissions Office to process applications and mark them as ready for assessment, considering that as of now, once the deadline has passed, the Academic Department has already started to evaluate applications. 

mine was processed and ready for assessment within only a few hours of submitting and at 2.20am! So I would say they have a lot of people working to get them processed at the moment! Don’t worry!&nbsp;<br><br>Hey guys, good luck with your applications ;)<br><br>I submitted my application just hours before the deadline. In my Self Service portal, my application is shown as "Submitted but not Processed yet" and I am getting quite anxious as I am wondering how long it takes for the Graduate Admissions Office to process applications and mark them as ready for assessment, considering that as of now, once the deadline has passed, the Academic Department has already started to evaluate applications.&nbsp;<br>
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Mia0118

Hi everyone!

I'm just wondering those apply for MLF, do you guys have relevant background regarding finance/banking/business/economics in your previous undergraduate or LLM study? Like took courses on these topics. I notice that MLF is taught jointly by law faculty and business faculty and the course structure has a lot to do with finance or economics. Meanwhile, the entry requirements suggest applicants should have a law degree. Would it be a disadvantage if applicants don't have solid finance/economics academic background?
Thanks!

[Edited by Mia0118 on Jan 22, 2022]

Hi everyone!<br><br>I'm just wondering those apply for MLF, do you guys have relevant background regarding finance/banking/business/economics in your previous undergraduate or LLM study? Like took courses on these topics. I notice that MLF is taught jointly by law faculty and business faculty and the course structure has a lot to do with finance or economics. Meanwhile, the entry requirements suggest applicants should have a law degree. Would it be a disadvantage if applicants don't have solid finance/economics academic background?<br>Thanks!<br><br>
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miki3999


I didn't have any background in finance, but studying certain subjects, such as company law, at UG level was fairly useful.


Hi everyone!

I'm just wondering those apply for MLF, do you guys have relevant background regarding finance/banking/business/economics in your previous undergraduate or LLM study? Like took courses on these topics. I notice that MLF is taught jointly by law faculty and business faculty and the course structure has a lot to do with finance or economics. Meanwhile, the entry requirements suggest applicants should have a law degree. Would it be a disadvantage if applicants don't have solid finance/economics academic background?
Thanks!

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<br>I didn't have any background in finance, but studying certain subjects, such as company law, at UG level was fairly useful.<br><br><br>[quote]Hi everyone!<br><br>I'm just wondering those apply for MLF, do you guys have relevant background regarding finance/banking/business/economics in your previous undergraduate or LLM study? Like took courses on these topics. I notice that MLF is taught jointly by law faculty and business faculty and the course structure has a lot to do with finance or economics. Meanwhile, the entry requirements suggest applicants should have a law degree. Would it be a disadvantage if applicants don't have solid finance/economics academic background?<br>Thanks!<br><br> [/quote]
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Mia0118


I didn't have any background in finance, but studying certain subjects, such as company law, at UG level was fairly useful.
Hi everyone!

I'm just wondering those apply for MLF, do you guys have relevant background regarding finance/banking/business/economics in your previous undergraduate or LLM study? Like took courses on these topics. I notice that MLF is taught jointly by law faculty and business faculty and the course structure has a lot to do with finance or economics. Meanwhile, the entry requirements suggest applicants should have a law degree. Would it be a disadvantage if applicants don't have solid finance/economics academic background?
Thanks!



Thanks a lot!

[quote]<br>I didn't have any background in finance, but studying certain subjects, such as company law, at UG level was fairly useful.<br>[quote]Hi everyone!<br><br>I'm just wondering those apply for MLF, do you guys have relevant background regarding finance/banking/business/economics in your previous undergraduate or LLM study? Like took courses on these topics. I notice that MLF is taught jointly by law faculty and business faculty and the course structure has a lot to do with finance or economics. Meanwhile, the entry requirements suggest applicants should have a law degree. Would it be a disadvantage if applicants don't have solid finance/economics academic background?<br>Thanks!<br><br> [/quote] [/quote]<br><br>Thanks a lot!
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Mia0118

Hi everyone! I submitted my application just an hour before the deadline, but now my status suggests that my application is "not processed yet". How long will it take to change to the status of "ready for assessment"? Is there anyone having the same situation like me?

Hi everyone! I submitted my application just an hour before the deadline, but now my status suggests that my application is "not processed yet". How long will it take to change to the status of "ready for assessment"? Is there anyone having the same situation like me?
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Hi everyone! I submitted my application just an hour before the deadline, but now my status suggests that my application is "not processed yet". How long will it take to change to the status of "ready for assessment"? Is there anyone having the same situation like me?


Hi! I submitted my application for Mjur 6 hours before the deadline and received the "ready for assessment" e-mail this morning. I believe you will receive it very soon too. 

[quote]Hi everyone! I submitted my application just an hour before the deadline, but now my status suggests that my application is "not processed yet". How long will it take to change to the status of "ready for assessment"? Is there anyone having the same situation like me? [/quote]<br><br>Hi! I submitted my application for Mjur 6 hours before the deadline and received the "ready for assessment" e-mail this morning. I believe you will receive it very soon too.&nbsp;
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You guys know they have to process 1000's of applications right, it taking long doesnt mean anything 

You guys know they have to process 1000's of applications right, it taking long doesnt mean anything&nbsp;
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GMM1990

You guys know they have to process 1000's of applications right, it taking long doesnt mean anything 


People know that. They are just understandably anxious, and knowing that their application has been processed properly through the Oxford system provides peace of mind that there hasn't been an error or glitch.

[quote]You guys know they have to process 1000's of applications right, it taking long doesnt mean anything&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>People know that. They are just understandably anxious, and knowing that their application has been processed properly through the Oxford system provides peace of mind that there hasn't been an error or glitch.
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Rousseau

Do you know if Oxford waives the language requirement based on mode of instruction of the earlier institution? I know their website suggests that they waive the requirement. But I wanted to know if any of you know about such case. Thank you so much. 

Do you know if Oxford waives the language requirement based on mode of instruction of the earlier institution? I know their website suggests that they waive the requirement. But I wanted to know if any of you know about such case. Thank you so much.&nbsp;
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Does anyone know whether the number of words from the header of the written work is included into the overall word count of the written work?

My written work contains less than 2000 words, but the content of the header - which is the same on each of the five pages and only explains which paper of mine I used as a basis for my written work - adds more than 350 words to the written work? 

When I emailed them, they wrote that it is unlikely that they will count the header on each page. 

Do I need to be worried because of that?

<br>Does anyone know whether the number of words from the header of the written work is included into the overall word count of the written work?<br><br>My written work contains less than 2000 words, but the content of the header - which is the same on each of the five pages and only explains which paper of mine I used as a basis for my written work - adds more than 350 words to the written work?&nbsp;<br><br>When I emailed them, they wrote that it is unlikely that they will count the header on each page.&nbsp;<br><br>Do I need to be worried because of that?
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chamonix20...

I wouldn’t be worried about that at all! 


Does anyone know whether the number of words from the header of the written work is included into the overall word count of the written work?

My written work contains less than 2000 words, but the content of the header - which is the same on each of the five pages and only explains which paper of mine I used as a basis for my written work - adds more than 350 words to the written work? 

When I emailed them, they wrote that it is unlikely that they will count the header on each page. 

Do I need to be worried because of that?

I wouldn’t be worried about that at all!&nbsp;<br><br>[quote]<br>Does anyone know whether the number of words from the header of the written work is included into the overall word count of the written work?<br><br>My written work contains less than 2000 words, but the content of the header - which is the same on each of the five pages and only explains which paper of mine I used as a basis for my written work - adds more than 350 words to the written work?&nbsp;<br><br>When I emailed them, they wrote that it is unlikely that they will count the header on each page.&nbsp;<br><br>Do I need to be worried because of that? [/quote]
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Thank you very much.

I wouldn’t be worried about that at all! 


Does anyone know whether the number of words from the header of the written work is included into the overall word count of the written work?

My written work contains less than 2000 words, but the content of the header - which is the same on each of the five pages and only explains which paper of mine I used as a basis for my written work - adds more than 350 words to the written work? 

When I emailed them, they wrote that it is unlikely that they will count the header on each page. 

Do I need to be worried because of that?


Thank you very much.<br><br>[quote]I wouldn’t be worried about that at all!&nbsp;<br><br>[quote]<br>Does anyone know whether the number of words from the header of the written work is included into the overall word count of the written work?<br><br>My written work contains less than 2000 words, but the content of the header - which is the same on each of the five pages and only explains which paper of mine I used as a basis for my written work - adds more than 350 words to the written work?&nbsp;<br><br>When I emailed them, they wrote that it is unlikely that they will count the header on each page.&nbsp;<br><br>Do I need to be worried because of that? [/quote] [/quote]<br><br>
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Mallord

General question: Why is it called 'Bachelor of Civil Law' despite (1) being a masters degree and (2) involving the common law - not civil law?? 

General question: Why is it called 'Bachelor of Civil Law' despite (1) being a masters degree and (2) involving the common law - not civil law??&nbsp;
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miki3999

This is just Oxford nomenclature. Likewise, there are no LLMs, just MScs and law is not even "law", it's "jurisprudence".



General question: Why is it called 'Bachelor of Civil Law' despite (1) being a masters degree and (2) involving the common law - not civil law?? 

This is just Oxford nomenclature. Likewise, there are no LLMs, just MScs and law is not even "law", it's "jurisprudence".<br><br><br><br>[quote]General question: Why is it called 'Bachelor of Civil Law' despite (1) being a masters degree and (2) involving the common law - not civil law??&nbsp; [/quote]
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Mallord

This is just Oxford nomenclature. Likewise, there are no LLMs, just MScs and law is not even "law", it's "jurisprudence".

thanks miki, :)

General question: Why is it called 'Bachelor of Civil Law' despite (1) being a masters degree and (2) involving the common law - not civil law?? 

[quote]This is just Oxford nomenclature. Likewise, there are no LLMs, just MScs and law is not even "law", it's "jurisprudence".<br><br>thanks miki, :)<br><br>[quote]General question: Why is it called 'Bachelor of Civil Law' despite (1) being a masters degree and (2) involving the common law - not civil law??&nbsp; [/quote] [/quote]
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audire

General question: Why is it called 'Bachelor of Civil Law' despite (1) being a masters degree and (2) involving the common law - not civil law?? 


as far as I'm aware it involves civil law; it's directed at people that come from a common law background. the mjur on the other hand involves common law. do you have a civil or common law background? :) 

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[quote]General question: Why is it called 'Bachelor of Civil Law' despite (1) being a masters degree and (2) involving the common law - not civil law??&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>as far as I'm aware it involves civil law; it's directed at people that come from a common law background. the mjur on the other hand involves common law. do you have a civil or common law background? :)&nbsp;
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miki3999

In a nutshell: the BCL is 100% common law (aimed at common law students), the MJur has civil law elements, but is also primarily based on common law (aimed at non-common law students).



General question: Why is it called 'Bachelor of Civil Law' despite (1) being a masters degree and (2) involving the common law - not civil law?? 


as far as I'm aware it involves civil law; it's directed at people that come from a common law background. the mjur on the other hand involves common law. do you have a civil or common law background? :) 

In a nutshell: the BCL is 100% common law (aimed at common law students), the MJur has civil law elements, but is also primarily based on common law (aimed at non-common law students).<br><br><br><br>[quote][quote]General question: Why is it called 'Bachelor of Civil Law' despite (1) being a masters degree and (2) involving the common law - not civil law??&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>as far as I'm aware it involves civil law; it's directed at people that come from a common law background. the mjur on the other hand involves common law. do you have a civil or common law background? :)&nbsp; [/quote]
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