That's good to hear!
I got accepted into MLF last year, but unfortunately couldn't accept the offer. This year I got waitlisted for MLF. As they apparently coordinate the admissions into different postgraduate programmes, the MLF offer came together with a rejection letter for MJur last year. I'm not sure how the waitlist decision for MLF this year impacts my chances of receiving an offer for MJur.
As for the priorities of admission committes, I've heard that MJur (and perhaps BCL as well?) is more receptive to applicants focused on human rights, public international law, jurisprudence (and other such dignified areas of interest) and less to more commercially oriented applicants - though of course it does not disqualify you immediately - therefore I don't think my chances of getting an offer are high.
I don't want to get my hopes up. Glad it will be clear by the end of the week.Incase anyone is losing hope, I was waitlisted for the MLF and got accepted onto the BCL a few years back. My friend was rejected for the Cambridge LLM but also got onto the BCL.
Each course is assessed by different people and prioritises different things.
As a side note: anyone applied for the DPhil? Any disappearing buttons yet?
Hi there. Is this correct? I thought that applications would be assessed independently - does this mean that if I get an acceptance to the MLF I'll be defintely reject to the MJur?
EDIT - found a response in the FAQ:
"Will I be at a disadvantage if I submit applications for more than one graduate course?Published 14/12/2010 10.42 AM | Updated 03/10/2018 04.20 PM
Submitting multiple applications is not considered an advantage or disadvantage to an applicant’s likelihood of receiving an offer.
Each of the applications will be considered independently against the course’s entrance requirements and other applications, as outlined on the relevant course page."
[Edited by vago on Mar 13, 2023]