Oxford BCL/MJur 2018-2019 Applicants


LeMecFR
Do you guys think that Brexit has had or will have any influence on the number of admissions or the number of applications (e.g. from european countries)?


Doubt that. If you refer to the BCL it's quite irrelevant because their legal background is N/A, unless we speak for the MJur or students from the continent who are studying/finished in the UK.

If you speak about the fees... that's another point :)


Interesting, Thanks mate!
Do you have any thoughts about any impact for the MJur (im from France)?
[quote][quote]Do you guys think that Brexit has had or will have any influence on the number of admissions or the number of applications (e.g. from european countries)?[/quote]

Doubt that. If you refer to the BCL it's quite irrelevant because their legal background is N/A, unless we speak for the MJur or students from the continent who are studying/finished in the UK.

If you speak about the fees... that's another point :) [/quote]

Interesting, Thanks mate!
Do you have any thoughts about any impact for the MJur (im from France)?
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Mombastic
Do you guys think that Brexit has had or will have any influence on the number of admissions or the number of applications (e.g. from european countries)?


Doubt that. If you refer to the BCL it's quite irrelevant because their legal background is N/A, unless we speak for the MJur or students from the continent who are studying/finished in the UK.

If you speak about the fees... that's another point :)


Interesting, Thanks mate!
Do you have any thoughts about any impact for the MJur (im from France)?


Pas de problème ;)
I don't think so... or at least not at the minute - and if that would happen it will be insignificant I presume. The fees are still the same for the Brits. If there would have been a massive discrepancy like it is between EU/Non-EU, then the numbers will change.
[quote][quote][quote]Do you guys think that Brexit has had or will have any influence on the number of admissions or the number of applications (e.g. from european countries)?[/quote]

Doubt that. If you refer to the BCL it's quite irrelevant because their legal background is N/A, unless we speak for the MJur or students from the continent who are studying/finished in the UK.

If you speak about the fees... that's another point :) [/quote]

Interesting, Thanks mate!
Do you have any thoughts about any impact for the MJur (im from France)? [/quote]

Pas de problème ;)
I don't think so... or at least not at the minute - and if that would happen it will be insignificant I presume. The fees are still the same for the Brits. If there would have been a massive discrepancy like it is between EU/Non-EU, then the numbers will change.
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LeMecFR


Doubt that. If you refer to the BCL it's quite irrelevant because their legal background is N/A, unless we speak for the MJur or students from the continent who are studying/finished in the UK.

If you speak about the fees... that's another point :)


Interesting, Thanks mate!
Do you have any thoughts about any impact for the MJur (im from France)?


Pas de problème ;)
I don't think so... or at least not at the minute - and if that would happen it will be insignificant I presume. The fees are still the same for the Brits. If there would have been a massive discrepancy like it is between EU/Non-EU, then the numbers will change.


Je vous remercie pour vos remarques enrichissantes!

Just out of curiosity (if it is not too personal): Have you applied to other programs beside BCL/Mur?
[quote][quote][quote][quote]Do you guys think that Brexit has had or will have any influence on the number of admissions or the number of applications (e.g. from european countries)?[/quote]

Doubt that. If you refer to the BCL it's quite irrelevant because their legal background is N/A, unless we speak for the MJur or students from the continent who are studying/finished in the UK.

If you speak about the fees... that's another point :) [/quote]

Interesting, Thanks mate!
Do you have any thoughts about any impact for the MJur (im from France)? [/quote]

Pas de problème ;)
I don't think so... or at least not at the minute - and if that would happen it will be insignificant I presume. The fees are still the same for the Brits. If there would have been a massive discrepancy like it is between EU/Non-EU, then the numbers will change.[/quote]

Je vous remercie pour vos remarques enrichissantes!

Just out of curiosity (if it is not too personal): Have you applied to other programs beside BCL/Mur?
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VisionMed
Well...

[Edited by VisionMed on Jul 12, 2018]

Well...
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Optimistic
Do you guys think that Brexit has had or will have any influence on the number of admissions or the number of applications (e.g. from european countries)?


Doubt that. If you refer to the BCL it's quite irrelevant because their legal background is N/A, unless we speak for the MJur or students from the continent who are studying/finished in the UK.

If you speak about the fees... that's another point :)


I disagree with Mombastic. Whilst BCL applicants are all from common law countries, meaning that most EU countries are not included, Brexit might still be an issue considered by international students from these counties (plus Ireland is common law).

It's hard to know what most people will think; perhaps Brexit will be viewed by some as devaluing degrees from the UK due to increased isolation (in terms of perceived reputation or opportunity), perhaps others will view this as all the more reason to apply for the prestigious and unique educational experience offered by Oxbridge. But my guess is that there will be little impact.

As for MJur applicants, I think there will be a noticeable impact in terms of application numbers and acceptances of offers. Money is a big issue - although the degree only lasts for one year, the uncertainty could be a reason to either not apply or not accept an offer. Furthermore, the MJur sees a significant number of students from EU countries enrol each year. With uncertainty over the rights of such citizens, particularly where the MJur is viewed as a stepping stone towards working as a lawyer or pursuing further study in the UK, I imagine a noticeable number of people will think twice.


good analysis!
And what do you think about the effect on the MLF programme?
[quote][quote][quote]Do you guys think that Brexit has had or will have any influence on the number of admissions or the number of applications (e.g. from european countries)?[/quote]

Doubt that. If you refer to the BCL it's quite irrelevant because their legal background is N/A, unless we speak for the MJur or students from the continent who are studying/finished in the UK.

If you speak about the fees... that's another point :) [/quote]

I disagree with Mombastic. Whilst BCL applicants are all from common law countries, meaning that most EU countries are not included, Brexit might still be an issue considered by international students from these counties (plus Ireland is common law).

It's hard to know what most people will think; perhaps Brexit will be viewed by some as devaluing degrees from the UK due to increased isolation (in terms of perceived reputation or opportunity), perhaps others will view this as all the more reason to apply for the prestigious and unique educational experience offered by Oxbridge. But my guess is that there will be little impact.

As for MJur applicants, I think there will be a noticeable impact in terms of application numbers and acceptances of offers. Money is a big issue - although the degree only lasts for one year, the uncertainty could be a reason to either not apply or not accept an offer. Furthermore, the MJur sees a significant number of students from EU countries enrol each year. With uncertainty over the rights of such citizens, particularly where the MJur is viewed as a stepping stone towards working as a lawyer or pursuing further study in the UK, I imagine a noticeable number of people will think twice.[/quote]

good analysis!
And what do you think about the effect on the MLF programme?
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LeMecFR
Do you guys think that Brexit has had or will have any influence on the number of admissions or the number of applications (e.g. from european countries)?


Doubt that. If you refer to the BCL it's quite irrelevant because their legal background is N/A, unless we speak for the MJur or students from the continent who are studying/finished in the UK.

If you speak about the fees... that's another point :)


I disagree with Mombastic. Whilst BCL applicants are all from common law countries, meaning that most EU countries are not included, Brexit might still be an issue considered by international students from these counties (plus Ireland is common law).

It's hard to know what most people will think; perhaps Brexit will be viewed by some as devaluing degrees from the UK due to increased isolation (in terms of perceived reputation or opportunity), perhaps others will view this as all the more reason to apply for the prestigious and unique educational experience offered by Oxbridge. But my guess is that there will be little impact.

As for MJur applicants, I think there will be a noticeable impact in terms of application numbers and acceptances of offers. Money is a big issue - although the degree only lasts for one year, the uncertainty could be a reason to either not apply or not accept an offer. Furthermore, the MJur sees a significant number of students from EU countries enrol each year. With uncertainty over the rights of such citizens, particularly where the MJur is viewed as a stepping stone towards working as a lawyer or pursuing further study in the UK, I imagine a noticeable number of people will think twice.


Very interesting!

On a sidenote: I saw that you already been admitted to Cambridge LLM; wow you must have an amazing class rank/grades... Congrats!
[quote][quote][quote]Do you guys think that Brexit has had or will have any influence on the number of admissions or the number of applications (e.g. from european countries)?[/quote]

Doubt that. If you refer to the BCL it's quite irrelevant because their legal background is N/A, unless we speak for the MJur or students from the continent who are studying/finished in the UK.

If you speak about the fees... that's another point :) [/quote]

I disagree with Mombastic. Whilst BCL applicants are all from common law countries, meaning that most EU countries are not included, Brexit might still be an issue considered by international students from these counties (plus Ireland is common law).

It's hard to know what most people will think; perhaps Brexit will be viewed by some as devaluing degrees from the UK due to increased isolation (in terms of perceived reputation or opportunity), perhaps others will view this as all the more reason to apply for the prestigious and unique educational experience offered by Oxbridge. But my guess is that there will be little impact.

As for MJur applicants, I think there will be a noticeable impact in terms of application numbers and acceptances of offers. Money is a big issue - although the degree only lasts for one year, the uncertainty could be a reason to either not apply or not accept an offer. Furthermore, the MJur sees a significant number of students from EU countries enrol each year. With uncertainty over the rights of such citizens, particularly where the MJur is viewed as a stepping stone towards working as a lawyer or pursuing further study in the UK, I imagine a noticeable number of people will think twice.[/quote]

Very interesting!

On a sidenote: I saw that you already been admitted to Cambridge LLM; wow you must have an amazing class rank/grades... Congrats!
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Mombastic
Do you guys think that Brexit has had or will have any influence on the number of admissions or the number of applications (e.g. from european countries)?


Doubt that. If you refer to the BCL it's quite irrelevant because their legal background is N/A, unless we speak for the MJur or students from the continent who are studying/finished in the UK.

If you speak about the fees... that's another point :)


I disagree with Mombastic. Whilst BCL applicants are all from common law countries, meaning that most EU countries are not included, Brexit might still be an issue considered by international students from these counties (plus Ireland is common law).



I do agree with you on this point - guess it was my bad by not being specific enough and have not gone in depth. I said 'quite', which implied that there's still a chance to be affected. Sorry.

Indeed, it is hard to predict what people think - but for certain the Government knows that students are a good source of revenue and (hopefully) will do its best to minimise any disruptions since the Universities are heavily lobbying to. Education in the UK (unfortunately) is a business machine. There is of course the chance to increase the fees, which I hope it won't happen, but it is a very complicated question which carries the chance to start a very interesting debate.

P.S.: Regardless of the impact of 'Brexit', I strongly believe that a degree from the UK would not hurt your CV. But I have to admit that if (for example) someone is interested to pursue a career in an EU institution or likewise, an LLM specialised in your intended area of EU law practice from a European University is valuable as well considering what is happening with the UK's withdrawal. Anyways, that's my viewpoint.

P.S. 2: LeMecFR: I have applied for the BCL :)

[Edited by Mombastic on Feb 26, 2018]

[quote][quote][quote]Do you guys think that Brexit has had or will have any influence on the number of admissions or the number of applications (e.g. from european countries)?[/quote]

Doubt that. If you refer to the BCL it's quite irrelevant because their legal background is N/A, unless we speak for the MJur or students from the continent who are studying/finished in the UK.

If you speak about the fees... that's another point :) [/quote]

I disagree with Mombastic. Whilst BCL applicants are all from common law countries, meaning that most EU countries are not included, Brexit might still be an issue considered by international students from these counties (plus Ireland is common law).[/quote]


I do agree with you on this point - guess it was my bad by not being specific enough and have not gone in depth. I said 'quite', which implied that there's still a chance to be affected. Sorry.

Indeed, it is hard to predict what people think - but for certain the Government knows that students are a good source of revenue and (hopefully) will do its best to minimise any disruptions since the Universities are heavily lobbying to. Education in the UK (unfortunately) is a business machine. There is of course the chance to increase the fees, which I hope it won't happen, but it is a very complicated question which carries the chance to start a very interesting debate.

P.S.: Regardless of the impact of 'Brexit', I strongly believe that a degree from the UK would not hurt your CV. But I have to admit that if (for example) someone is interested to pursue a career in an EU institution or likewise, an LLM specialised in your intended area of EU law practice from a European University is valuable as well considering what is happening with the UK's withdrawal. Anyways, that's my viewpoint.

P.S. 2: LeMecFR: I have applied for the BCL :)
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LeMecFR


Doubt that. If you refer to the BCL it's quite irrelevant because their legal background is N/A, unless we speak for the MJur or students from the continent who are studying/finished in the UK.

If you speak about the fees... that's another point :)


I disagree with Mombastic. Whilst BCL applicants are all from common law countries, meaning that most EU countries are not included, Brexit might still be an issue considered by international students from these counties (plus Ireland is common law).



I do agree with you on this point - guess it was my bad by not being specific enough and have not gone in depth. I said 'quite', which implied that there's still a chance to be affected. Sorry.

Indeed, it is hard to predict what people think - but for certain the Government knows that students are a good source of revenue and (hopefully) will do its best to minimise any disruptions since the Universities are heavily lobbying to. Education in the UK (unfortunately) is a business machine. There is of course the chance to increase the fees, which I hope it won't happen, but it is a very complicated question which carries the chance to start a very interesting debate.

P.S.: Regardless of the impact of 'Brexit', I strongly believe that a degree from the UK would not hurt your CV. But I have to admit that if (for example) someone is interested to pursue a career in an EU institution or likewise, an LLM specialised in your intended area of EU law practice from a European University is valuable as well considering what is happening with the UK's withdrawal. Anyways, that's my viewpoint.

P.S. 2: LeMecFR: I have applied for the BCL :)



Its sure fun to think about these kinds of things...

Nice to hear that you are headed for the BCL. I would propose that we meat up in oxon. for a coffee but truth be told, you are in all probability the only one of the two of us to head to England.

[Edited by LeMecFR on Feb 27, 2018]

[quote][quote][quote][quote]Do you guys think that Brexit has had or will have any influence on the number of admissions or the number of applications (e.g. from european countries)?[/quote]

Doubt that. If you refer to the BCL it's quite irrelevant because their legal background is N/A, unless we speak for the MJur or students from the continent who are studying/finished in the UK.

If you speak about the fees... that's another point :) [/quote]

I disagree with Mombastic. Whilst BCL applicants are all from common law countries, meaning that most EU countries are not included, Brexit might still be an issue considered by international students from these counties (plus Ireland is common law).[/quote]


I do agree with you on this point - guess it was my bad by not being specific enough and have not gone in depth. I said 'quite', which implied that there's still a chance to be affected. Sorry.

Indeed, it is hard to predict what people think - but for certain the Government knows that students are a good source of revenue and (hopefully) will do its best to minimise any disruptions since the Universities are heavily lobbying to. Education in the UK (unfortunately) is a business machine. There is of course the chance to increase the fees, which I hope it won't happen, but it is a very complicated question which carries the chance to start a very interesting debate.

P.S.: Regardless of the impact of 'Brexit', I strongly believe that a degree from the UK would not hurt your CV. But I have to admit that if (for example) someone is interested to pursue a career in an EU institution or likewise, an LLM specialised in your intended area of EU law practice from a European University is valuable as well considering what is happening with the UK's withdrawal. Anyways, that's my viewpoint.

P.S. 2: LeMecFR: I have applied for the BCL :) [/quote]


Its sure fun to think about these kinds of things...

Nice to hear that you are headed for the BCL. I would propose that we meat up in oxon. for a coffee but truth be told, you are in all probability the only one of the two of us to head to England.
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Mombastic


I disagree with Mombastic. Whilst BCL applicants are all from common law countries, meaning that most EU countries are not included, Brexit might still be an issue considered by international students from these counties (plus Ireland is common law).



I do agree with you on this point - guess it was my bad by not being specific enough and have not gone in depth. I said 'quite', which implied that there's still a chance to be affected. Sorry.

Indeed, it is hard to predict what people think - but for certain the Government knows that students are a good source of revenue and (hopefully) will do its best to minimise any disruptions since the Universities are heavily lobbying to. Education in the UK (unfortunately) is a business machine. There is of course the chance to increase the fees, which I hope it won't happen, but it is a very complicated question which carries the chance to start a very interesting debate.

P.S.: Regardless of the impact of 'Brexit', I strongly believe that a degree from the UK would not hurt your CV. But I have to admit that if (for example) someone is interested to pursue a career in an EU institution or likewise, an LLM specialised in your intended area of EU law practice from a European University is valuable as well considering what is happening with the UK's withdrawal. Anyways, that's my viewpoint.

P.S. 2: LeMecFR: I have applied for the BCL :)



Its sure fun to think about these kinds of things...

Nice to hear that you are headed for the BCL. I would propose that we meat up in oxon. for a coffee but truth be told, you are in all probability the only on of the two of us to head to England.


If we are up for a catch-up, the coffee is going to be my treat and the pain au chocolat yours, I cannot drink it without proper French or Italian food.

Speaking of your kind message, I do appreciate your thoughts (and thank you ofc), but to be fair I do not know my chances to get in. The competition is extremely fierce with people full of stellar credentials... but regardless I think it is a matter of luck to get there - even the slightest one would suffice!
[quote][quote][quote][quote][quote]Do you guys think that Brexit has had or will have any influence on the number of admissions or the number of applications (e.g. from european countries)?[/quote]

Doubt that. If you refer to the BCL it's quite irrelevant because their legal background is N/A, unless we speak for the MJur or students from the continent who are studying/finished in the UK.

If you speak about the fees... that's another point :) [/quote]

I disagree with Mombastic. Whilst BCL applicants are all from common law countries, meaning that most EU countries are not included, Brexit might still be an issue considered by international students from these counties (plus Ireland is common law).[/quote]


I do agree with you on this point - guess it was my bad by not being specific enough and have not gone in depth. I said 'quite', which implied that there's still a chance to be affected. Sorry.

Indeed, it is hard to predict what people think - but for certain the Government knows that students are a good source of revenue and (hopefully) will do its best to minimise any disruptions since the Universities are heavily lobbying to. Education in the UK (unfortunately) is a business machine. There is of course the chance to increase the fees, which I hope it won't happen, but it is a very complicated question which carries the chance to start a very interesting debate.

P.S.: Regardless of the impact of 'Brexit', I strongly believe that a degree from the UK would not hurt your CV. But I have to admit that if (for example) someone is interested to pursue a career in an EU institution or likewise, an LLM specialised in your intended area of EU law practice from a European University is valuable as well considering what is happening with the UK's withdrawal. Anyways, that's my viewpoint.

P.S. 2: LeMecFR: I have applied for the BCL :) [/quote]


Its sure fun to think about these kinds of things...

Nice to hear that you are headed for the BCL. I would propose that we meat up in oxon. for a coffee but truth be told, you are in all probability the only on of the two of us to head to England.[/quote]

If we are up for a catch-up, the coffee is going to be my treat and the pain au chocolat yours, I cannot drink it without proper French or Italian food.

Speaking of your kind message, I do appreciate your thoughts (and thank you ofc), but to be fair I do not know my chances to get in. The competition is extremely fierce with people full of stellar credentials... but regardless I think it is a matter of luck to get there - even the slightest one would suffice!
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LeMecFR



I do agree with you on this point - guess it was my bad by not being specific enough and have not gone in depth. I said 'quite', which implied that there's still a chance to be affected. Sorry.

Indeed, it is hard to predict what people think - but for certain the Government knows that students are a good source of revenue and (hopefully) will do its best to minimise any disruptions since the Universities are heavily lobbying to. Education in the UK (unfortunately) is a business machine. There is of course the chance to increase the fees, which I hope it won't happen, but it is a very complicated question which carries the chance to start a very interesting debate.

P.S.: Regardless of the impact of 'Brexit', I strongly believe that a degree from the UK would not hurt your CV. But I have to admit that if (for example) someone is interested to pursue a career in an EU institution or likewise, an LLM specialised in your intended area of EU law practice from a European University is valuable as well considering what is happening with the UK's withdrawal. Anyways, that's my viewpoint.

P.S. 2: LeMecFR: I have applied for the BCL :)



Its sure fun to think about these kinds of things...

Nice to hear that you are headed for the BCL. I would propose that we meat up in oxon. for a coffee but truth be told, you are in all probability the only on of the two of us to head to England.


If we are up for a catch-up, the coffee is going to be my treat and the pain au chocolat yours, I cannot drink it without proper French or Italian food.

Speaking of your kind message, I do appreciate your thoughts (and thank you ofc), but to be fair I do not know my chances to get in. The competition is extremely fierce with people full of stellar credentials... but regardless I think it is a matter of luck to get there - even the slightest one would suffice!


I would never say no to pain au chocolat! But yeah its weird, its impossible to know your chances. Its like 1. year Law School all over again: You never know if you are going to make the grade...
[quote][quote][quote][quote][quote][quote]Do you guys think that Brexit has had or will have any influence on the number of admissions or the number of applications (e.g. from european countries)?[/quote]

Doubt that. If you refer to the BCL it's quite irrelevant because their legal background is N/A, unless we speak for the MJur or students from the continent who are studying/finished in the UK.

If you speak about the fees... that's another point :) [/quote]

I disagree with Mombastic. Whilst BCL applicants are all from common law countries, meaning that most EU countries are not included, Brexit might still be an issue considered by international students from these counties (plus Ireland is common law).[/quote]


I do agree with you on this point - guess it was my bad by not being specific enough and have not gone in depth. I said 'quite', which implied that there's still a chance to be affected. Sorry.

Indeed, it is hard to predict what people think - but for certain the Government knows that students are a good source of revenue and (hopefully) will do its best to minimise any disruptions since the Universities are heavily lobbying to. Education in the UK (unfortunately) is a business machine. There is of course the chance to increase the fees, which I hope it won't happen, but it is a very complicated question which carries the chance to start a very interesting debate.

P.S.: Regardless of the impact of 'Brexit', I strongly believe that a degree from the UK would not hurt your CV. But I have to admit that if (for example) someone is interested to pursue a career in an EU institution or likewise, an LLM specialised in your intended area of EU law practice from a European University is valuable as well considering what is happening with the UK's withdrawal. Anyways, that's my viewpoint.

P.S. 2: LeMecFR: I have applied for the BCL :) [/quote]


Its sure fun to think about these kinds of things...

Nice to hear that you are headed for the BCL. I would propose that we meat up in oxon. for a coffee but truth be told, you are in all probability the only on of the two of us to head to England.[/quote]

If we are up for a catch-up, the coffee is going to be my treat and the pain au chocolat yours, I cannot drink it without proper French or Italian food.

Speaking of your kind message, I do appreciate your thoughts (and thank you ofc), but to be fair I do not know my chances to get in. The competition is extremely fierce with people full of stellar credentials... but regardless I think it is a matter of luck to get there - even the slightest one would suffice! [/quote]

I would never say no to pain au chocolat! But yeah its weird, its impossible to know your chances. Its like 1. year Law School all over again: You never know if you are going to make the grade...
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Why does oxon. take so much longer than cam.? Is it true that they await the decisions of HLS?
Why does oxon. take so much longer than cam.? Is it true that they await the decisions of HLS?
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Harvey Spe...
The deadline for submitting the applications is different.

Why does oxon. take so much longer than cam.? Is it true that they await the decisions of HLS?
The deadline for submitting the applications is different.

[quote]Why does oxon. take so much longer than cam.? Is it true that they await the decisions of HLS?[/quote]
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Parlutti
The deadline for submitting the applications is different.

Why does oxon. take so much longer than cam.? Is it true that they await the decisions of HLS?


Dont know about the deadline but heard the same thing for the HLS connection...
[quote]The deadline for submitting the applications is different.

[quote]Why does oxon. take so much longer than cam.? Is it true that they await the decisions of HLS?[/quote][/quote]

Dont know about the deadline but heard the same thing for the HLS connection...
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Margot
Let's wait! Good Luck everyone!!

[Edited by Margot on Mar 07, 2018]

Let's wait! Good Luck everyone!!
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Ribben
I have heard from an Oxford student that they do not admit students that applied to Cambridge as well. The applicant must choose only one of them. Don't know if it is true.


That is only true for undergraduates. Not for a postgrad degree like MJur.
[quote]I have heard from an Oxford student that they do not admit students that applied to Cambridge as well. The applicant must choose only one of them. Don't know if it is true.[/quote]

That is only true for undergraduates. Not for a postgrad degree like MJur.
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Harvey Spe...
I wonder what would be the logic behind that...

The deadline for submitting the applications is different.

Why does oxon. take so much longer than cam.? Is it true that they await the decisions of HLS?


Dont know about the deadline but heard the same thing for the HLS connection...
I wonder what would be the logic behind that...

[quote][quote]The deadline for submitting the applications is different.

[quote]Why does oxon. take so much longer than cam.? Is it true that they await the decisions of HLS?[/quote][/quote]

Dont know about the deadline but heard the same thing for the HLS connection...[/quote]
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VisionMed
Well...

[Edited by VisionMed on Jul 12, 2018]

Well...
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Margot
I have heard from an Oxford student that they do not admit students that applied to Cambridge as well. The applicant must choose only one of them. Don't know if it is true.


You don't know what you're talking about. That is completely incorrect.


I don't know if you have read properly but this is not my personal opinion. I was just sharing an information that I have heard from a current Oxford student.
[quote][quote]I have heard from an Oxford student that they do not admit students that applied to Cambridge as well. The applicant must choose only one of them. Don't know if it is true.[/quote]

You don't know what you're talking about. That is completely incorrect.[/quote]

I don't know if you have read properly but this is not my personal opinion. I was just sharing an information that I have heard from a current Oxford student.
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VisionMed
Well...

[Edited by VisionMed on Jul 12, 2018]

Well...
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aiges
I wonder what would be the logic behind that...

The deadline for submitting the applications is different.



Dont know about the deadline but heard the same thing for the HLS connection...


Rumour again. this is not true.
[quote]I wonder what would be the logic behind that...

[quote][quote]The deadline for submitting the applications is different.

[quote]Why does oxon. take so much longer than cam.? Is it true that they await the decisions of HLS?[/quote][/quote]

Dont know about the deadline but heard the same thing for the HLS connection...[/quote][/quote]

Rumour again. this is not true.
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