Oxford BCL/MJur 2019-2020


Submitted my MJur application as well. Best of luck to all.
Submitted my MJur application as well. Best of luck to all.
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Rimbaud
Does anyone know when offers began to be sent out last year?
Does anyone know when offers began to be sent out last year?
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Sgwarn
Does anyone know when offers began to be sent out last year?


Don't quote me, but I believe that it was around 12 March. If I remember rightly, offers began to be sent out before rejections. If that's any help.
[quote]Does anyone know when offers began to be sent out last year? [/quote]

Don't quote me, but I believe that it was around 12 March. If I remember rightly, offers began to be sent out before rejections. If that's any help.
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tonyb
Does anyone know when offers began to be sent out last year?



I applied in 2016. I got my offer on March 16th... a friend of mine also applied that year. He got a rejection a little before I got my offer.
So I’d say we could expect some news in mid March.
[quote]Does anyone know when offers began to be sent out last year? [/quote]



I applied in 2016. I got my offer on March 16th... a friend of mine also applied that year. He got a rejection a little before I got my offer.
So I’d say we could expect some news in mid March.
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I’m starting to get very preoccupied. Suspect I’ll have a countdown calendar by March.

Ever the optimist, the mind turns to what I’d do if successful. Does anyone know if it is possible to get reading lists etc, as I’d quite like to start dipping my toe back in the water over the summer.

I currently have about 10 courses I’d like to do (Juris, Res, Conflicts, Dissertation, Con Theory, Law In Society, Medical, Fundamental Rights, Child, IP, Eqaulity, Civil Procedure, Evidence*, Human Rights).

Good luck all.

* assuming issues identified by others have been addressed

[Edited by LondonEagle on Feb 22, 2019]

I’m starting to get very preoccupied. Suspect I’ll have a countdown calendar by March.

Ever the optimist, the mind turns to what I’d do if successful. Does anyone know if it is possible to get reading lists etc, as I’d quite like to start dipping my toe back in the water over the summer.

I currently have about 10 courses I’d like to do (Juris, Res, Conflicts, Dissertation, Con Theory, Law In Society, Medical, Fundamental Rights, Child, IP, Eqaulity, Civil Procedure, Evidence*, Human Rights).

Good luck all.

* assuming issues identified by others have been addressed
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Louise96
Hello everyone!
By pure curiosity for those applying to the MJur : do you hold a Bachelor's degree or a Master's degree? And more generally do you know what tend to be the MJur candidates' profile ?
Thanks xx
Hello everyone!
By pure curiosity for those applying to the MJur : do you hold a Bachelor's degree or a Master's degree? And more generally do you know what tend to be the MJur candidates' profile ?
Thanks xx
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F_Cvl
Hello everyone!
By pure curiosity for those applying to the MJur : do you hold a Bachelor's degree or a Master's degree? And more generally do you know what tend to be the MJur candidates' profile ?
Thanks xx


Hey Louise! I personally hold a LLB and a two-year LLM degree.

Regarding the Mjur candidates typical profile, see for yourself: https://www.law.ox.ac.uk/sites/files/oxlaw/bclmjur_profile_book_final_2018-19.pdf
[quote]Hello everyone!
By pure curiosity for those applying to the MJur : do you hold a Bachelor's degree or a Master's degree? And more generally do you know what tend to be the MJur candidates' profile ?
Thanks xx
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Hey Louise! I personally hold a LLB and a two-year LLM degree.

Regarding the Mjur candidates typical profile, see for yourself: https://www.law.ox.ac.uk/sites/files/oxlaw/bclmjur_profile_book_final_2018-19.pdf

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IP92
Hey, guys. I applied to Oxford and Cambridge and just was thinking that I had better chances with Cambridge. But yesterday Cambridge rejected me, and now I am a bit less confident about my Oxford application. What do you think, is there a real point to wait an offer from Oxford? I understand that nobody can say for sure, just your thoughts or may be somebody's experience. Have you also applied to Cambridge? What are you results with it?

[Edited by IP92 on Feb 28, 2019]

Hey, guys. I applied to Oxford and Cambridge and just was thinking that I had better chances with Cambridge. But yesterday Cambridge rejected me, and now I am a bit less confident about my Oxford application. What do you think, is there a real point to wait an offer from Oxford? I understand that nobody can say for sure, just your thoughts or may be somebody's experience. Have you also applied to Cambridge? What are you results with it?
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Mombastic
Hey, guys. I applied to Oxford and Cambridge and just was thinking that I had better chances with Cambridge. But yesterday they rejected me, and now I am a bit less confident about my Oxford application. What do you think, is there a real point to wait an offer from Oxford? I understand that nobody can say for sure, just your thoughts or may be somebody's experience. Have you also applied to Cambridge? What are you results with it?


Just to boost your morale, don't despair - I was rejected by Cambridge for their LLM and instead got accepted for the BCL. At these institutions, there's also a matter of luck (unfortunately/fortunately). Keep your head up :)
[quote]Hey, guys. I applied to Oxford and Cambridge and just was thinking that I had better chances with Cambridge. But yesterday they rejected me, and now I am a bit less confident about my Oxford application. What do you think, is there a real point to wait an offer from Oxford? I understand that nobody can say for sure, just your thoughts or may be somebody's experience. Have you also applied to Cambridge? What are you results with it?[/quote]

Just to boost your morale, don't despair - I was rejected by Cambridge for their LLM and instead got accepted for the BCL. At these institutions, there's also a matter of luck (unfortunately/fortunately). Keep your head up :)
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IP92
Hey, guys. I applied to Oxford and Cambridge and just was thinking that I had better chances with Cambridge. But yesterday they rejected me, and now I am a bit less confident about my Oxford application. What do you think, is there a real point to wait an offer from Oxford? I understand that nobody can say for sure, just your thoughts or may be somebody's experience. Have you also applied to Cambridge? What are you results with it?


Just to boost your morale, don't despair - I was rejected by Cambridge for their LLM and instead got accepted for the BCL. At these institutions, there's also a matter of luck (unfortunately/fortunately). Keep your head up :)


Thanks for your reply! Your example really inspires hope!
[quote][quote]Hey, guys. I applied to Oxford and Cambridge and just was thinking that I had better chances with Cambridge. But yesterday they rejected me, and now I am a bit less confident about my Oxford application. What do you think, is there a real point to wait an offer from Oxford? I understand that nobody can say for sure, just your thoughts or may be somebody's experience. Have you also applied to Cambridge? What are you results with it?[/quote]

Just to boost your morale, don't despair - I was rejected by Cambridge for their LLM and instead got accepted for the BCL. At these institutions, there's also a matter of luck (unfortunately/fortunately). Keep your head up :) [/quote]

Thanks for your reply! Your example really inspires hope!
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Rapp
Hey, guys. I applied to Oxford and Cambridge and just was thinking that I had better chances with Cambridge. But yesterday Cambridge rejected me, and now I am a bit less confident about my Oxford application. What do you think, is there a real point to wait an offer from Oxford? I understand that nobody can say for sure, just your thoughts or may be somebody's experience. Have you also applied to Cambridge? What are you results with it?


I think that Oxford considers your app slightly different from Cambridge in that there are more referees required which is hopefully more evidence of your ability and they require the written work which is actual evidence of your critical thinking and analysis. Cambridge criteria in that light is abit restricted.

[Edited by Rapp on Feb 28, 2019]

[quote]Hey, guys. I applied to Oxford and Cambridge and just was thinking that I had better chances with Cambridge. But yesterday Cambridge rejected me, and now I am a bit less confident about my Oxford application. What do you think, is there a real point to wait an offer from Oxford? I understand that nobody can say for sure, just your thoughts or may be somebody's experience. Have you also applied to Cambridge? What are you results with it?[/quote]

I think that Oxford considers your app slightly different from Cambridge in that there are more referees required which is hopefully more evidence of your ability and they require the written work which is actual evidence of your critical thinking and analysis. Cambridge criteria in that light is abit restricted.
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Hey, guys. I applied to Oxford and Cambridge and just was thinking that I had better chances with Cambridge. But yesterday Cambridge rejected me, and now I am a bit less confident about my Oxford application. What do you think, is there a real point to wait an offer from Oxford? I understand that nobody can say for sure, just your thoughts or may be somebody's experience. Have you also applied to Cambridge? What are you results with it?


I am exactly in the same situation haha, good luck for Oxford!
[quote]Hey, guys. I applied to Oxford and Cambridge and just was thinking that I had better chances with Cambridge. But yesterday Cambridge rejected me, and now I am a bit less confident about my Oxford application. What do you think, is there a real point to wait an offer from Oxford? I understand that nobody can say for sure, just your thoughts or may be somebody's experience. Have you also applied to Cambridge? What are you results with it?[/quote]

I am exactly in the same situation haha, good luck for Oxford!
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IP92
Hey, guys. I applied to Oxford and Cambridge and just was thinking that I had better chances with Cambridge. But yesterday Cambridge rejected me, and now I am a bit less confident about my Oxford application. What do you think, is there a real point to wait an offer from Oxford? I understand that nobody can say for sure, just your thoughts or may be somebody's experience. Have you also applied to Cambridge? What are you results with it?


I am exactly in the same situation haha, good luck for Oxford!

Good luck to you too!) Do you stay optimistic, btw?
[quote][quote]Hey, guys. I applied to Oxford and Cambridge and just was thinking that I had better chances with Cambridge. But yesterday Cambridge rejected me, and now I am a bit less confident about my Oxford application. What do you think, is there a real point to wait an offer from Oxford? I understand that nobody can say for sure, just your thoughts or may be somebody's experience. Have you also applied to Cambridge? What are you results with it?[/quote]

I am exactly in the same situation haha, good luck for Oxford![/quote]
Good luck to you too!) Do you stay optimistic, btw?
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Hey, guys. I applied to Oxford and Cambridge and just was thinking that I had better chances with Cambridge. But yesterday Cambridge rejected me, and now I am a bit less confident about my Oxford application. What do you think, is there a real point to wait an offer from Oxford? I understand that nobody can say for sure, just your thoughts or may be somebody's experience. Have you also applied to Cambridge? What are you results with it?


I am exactly in the same situation haha, good luck for Oxford!

Good luck to you too!) Do you stay optimistic, btw?


Yes, certainly, the wait is about to kill me!
[quote][quote][quote]Hey, guys. I applied to Oxford and Cambridge and just was thinking that I had better chances with Cambridge. But yesterday Cambridge rejected me, and now I am a bit less confident about my Oxford application. What do you think, is there a real point to wait an offer from Oxford? I understand that nobody can say for sure, just your thoughts or may be somebody's experience. Have you also applied to Cambridge? What are you results with it?[/quote]

I am exactly in the same situation haha, good luck for Oxford![/quote]
Good luck to you too!) Do you stay optimistic, btw?[/quote]

Yes, certainly, the wait is about to kill me!
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Hey, guys. I applied to Oxford and Cambridge and just was thinking that I had better chances with Cambridge. But yesterday Cambridge rejected me, and now I am a bit less confident about my Oxford application. What do you think, is there a real point to wait an offer from Oxford? I understand that nobody can say for sure, just your thoughts or may be somebody's experience. Have you also applied to Cambridge? What are you results with it?


I am exactly in the same situation haha, good luck for Oxford!

Good luck to you too!) Do you stay optimistic, btw?



Guess we are in the Oxford boat now! Good luck to you. Hopefully we have more luck here.
[quote][quote][quote]Hey, guys. I applied to Oxford and Cambridge and just was thinking that I had better chances with Cambridge. But yesterday Cambridge rejected me, and now I am a bit less confident about my Oxford application. What do you think, is there a real point to wait an offer from Oxford? I understand that nobody can say for sure, just your thoughts or may be somebody's experience. Have you also applied to Cambridge? What are you results with it?[/quote]

I am exactly in the same situation haha, good luck for Oxford![/quote]
Good luck to you too!) Do you stay optimistic, btw?[/quote]


Guess we are in the Oxford boat now! Good luck to you. Hopefully we have more luck here.
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IP92


I am exactly in the same situation haha, good luck for Oxford!

Good luck to you too!) Do you stay optimistic, btw?



Guess we are in the Oxford boat now! Good luck to you. Hopefully we have more luck here.


Good luck to you too, buddy! Hope we will find our luck here! We just have to:)

[Edited by IP92 on Mar 01, 2019]

[quote][quote][quote][quote]Hey, guys. I applied to Oxford and Cambridge and just was thinking that I had better chances with Cambridge. But yesterday Cambridge rejected me, and now I am a bit less confident about my Oxford application. What do you think, is there a real point to wait an offer from Oxford? I understand that nobody can say for sure, just your thoughts or may be somebody's experience. Have you also applied to Cambridge? What are you results with it?[/quote]

I am exactly in the same situation haha, good luck for Oxford![/quote]
Good luck to you too!) Do you stay optimistic, btw?[/quote]


Guess we are in the Oxford boat now! Good luck to you. Hopefully we have more luck here. [/quote]

Good luck to you too, buddy! Hope we will find our luck here! We just have to:)
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charlielim
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[Edited by charlielim on Apr 30, 2019]

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Rapp
Based on last year's thread, they started sending offers on the following dates:

- BCL around March 14

https://llm-guide.com/board/uk-ireland/oxford-bcl-mjur-2018-2019-applicants-209940/10

- MJur around March 15

https://llm-guide.com/board/uk-ireland/oxford-bcl-mjur-2018-2019-applicants-209940/14

That's less than two weeks from now! Holy crap!


Yup that sounds about right but maybe add 1 week to this period since the deadline was abit later this year. Last year, it was 19th Jan.
[quote]Based on last year's thread, they started sending offers on the following dates:

- BCL around March 14

https://llm-guide.com/board/uk-ireland/oxford-bcl-mjur-2018-2019-applicants-209940/10

- MJur around March 15

https://llm-guide.com/board/uk-ireland/oxford-bcl-mjur-2018-2019-applicants-209940/14

That's less than two weeks from now! Holy crap![/quote]

Yup that sounds about right but maybe add 1 week to this period since the deadline was abit later this year. Last year, it was 19th Jan.
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ivan1
Hi guys. I submitted my application without my IELTS results because I need to achieve a higher score. Their website says I can do that, but, on the other hand, any offer of the place will be given upon the submission of my English test results by the deadline set in the ‘offer letter’. What does it mean? Thanks!
Hi guys. I submitted my application without my IELTS results because I need to achieve a higher score. Their website says I can do that, but, on the other hand, any offer of the place will be given upon the submission of my English test results by the deadline set in the ‘offer letter’. What does it mean? Thanks!
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F_Cvl
Hi guys. I submitted my application without my IELTS results because I need to achieve a higher score. Their website says I can do that, but, on the other hand, any offer of the place will be given upon the submission of my English test results by the deadline set in the ‘offer letter’. What does it mean? Thanks!


Your conditional offer will require you to prove your level of English by submitting your IELTS scores at a required date (which should be around July I guess) alongside meeting any other conditions you might need to meet.
[quote]Hi guys. I submitted my application without my IELTS results because I need to achieve a higher score. Their website says I can do that, but, on the other hand, any offer of the place will be given upon the submission of my English test results by the deadline set in the ‘offer letter’. What does it mean? Thanks![/quote]

Your conditional offer will require you to prove your level of English by submitting your IELTS scores at a required date (which should be around July I guess) alongside meeting any other conditions you might need to meet.
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