Oxford MLF 2017-2018


Luckystar!
Thought I'd start this thread for this year's MLF applicants to share!

[Edited by Luckystar! on Jan 27, 2017]

Thought I'd start this thread for this year's MLF applicants to share!
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Optimistic
I have applied to the MLF programme.
I have applied to the MLF programme.
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Luckystar!
I have applied to the MLF programme.


Oh nice, I hope we all make it. Good luck Optimistic!
[quote]I have applied to the MLF programme.[/quote]

Oh nice, I hope we all make it. Good luck Optimistic!
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Wisin
Hey. Sent application as well. Good luck to all!
Hey. Sent application as well. Good luck to all!
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Optimistic
I have applied to the MLF programme.


Oh nice, I hope we all make it. Good luck Optimistic!


Good luck to you too.
Any news about number of applicants this year ?
[quote][quote]I have applied to the MLF programme.[/quote]

Oh nice, I hope we all make it. Good luck Optimistic![/quote]

Good luck to you too.
Any news about number of applicants this year ?
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Luckystar!
I have applied to the MLF programme.


Oh nice, I hope we all make it. Good luck Optimistic!


Good luck to you too.
Any news about number of applicants this year ?


Not at all. Btw, is there a way to find out about the number of applicants before Oxford releases the stats?
[quote][quote][quote]I have applied to the MLF programme.[/quote]

Oh nice, I hope we all make it. Good luck Optimistic![/quote]

Good luck to you too.
Any news about number of applicants this year ?[/quote]

Not at all. Btw, is there a way to find out about the number of applicants before Oxford releases the stats?
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Optimistic
Not at all. Btw, is there a way to find out about the number of applicants before Oxford releases the stats?


I don't know
[quote]Not at all. Btw, is there a way to find out about the number of applicants before Oxford releases the stats?[/quote]

I don't know
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xiukhung
I did too. Does anyone know if we will know the outcome in March or April? Oxford website said 8-10 weeks from the deadline.
I did too. Does anyone know if we will know the outcome in March or April? Oxford website said 8-10 weeks from the deadline.
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Luckystar!
I did too. Does anyone know if we will know the outcome in March or April? Oxford website said 8-10 weeks from the deadline.


xiukhung, I note you have applied for the MCL too. We are all in the same boat
[quote]I did too. Does anyone know if we will know the outcome in March or April? Oxford website said 8-10 weeks from the deadline. [/quote]

xiukhung, I note you have applied for the MCL too. We are all in the same boat
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xiukhung
I did too. Does anyone know if we will know the outcome in March or April? Oxford website said 8-10 weeks from the deadline.


xiukhung, I note you have applied for the MCL too. We are all in the same boat


Yes!!!
[quote][quote]I did too. Does anyone know if we will know the outcome in March or April? Oxford website said 8-10 weeks from the deadline. [/quote]

xiukhung, I note you have applied for the MCL too. We are all in the same boat [/quote]

Yes!!!
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Optimistic
So, what are the best masters in Law, Economics and Finance, either in the UK, USA, or Europe, other than MLF ?
So, what are the best masters in Law, Economics and Finance, either in the UK, USA, or Europe, other than MLF ?
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Luckystar!
So, what are the best masters in Law, Economics and Finance, either in the UK, USA, or Europe, other than MLF ?


Not sure and I also doubt if there is a straight answer to that. For instance, I took the Harvard LL.M last year and I really liked it. It's general but you do have a chance to tailor your program depending on your interests (there are countless course offerings to choose from). I took courses mainly on Corporate and Finance. So my point is even general LL.M could present you a good opportunity to specialise.

[Edited by Luckystar! on Feb 03, 2017]

[quote]So, what are the best masters in Law, Economics and Finance, either in the UK, USA, or Europe, other than MLF ?[/quote]

Not sure and I also doubt if there is a straight answer to that. For instance, I took the Harvard LL.M last year and I really liked it. It's general but you do have a chance to tailor your program depending on your interests (there are countless course offerings to choose from). I took courses mainly on Corporate and Finance. So my point is even general LL.M could present you a good opportunity to specialise.
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Optimistic
So, what are the best masters in Law, Economics and Finance, either in the UK, USA, or Europe, other than MLF ?


Not sure and I also doubt if there is a straight answer to that. For instance, I took the Harvard LL.M last year and I really liked it. It's general but you do have a chance to tailor your program depending on your interests (there are countless course offerings to choose from). I took courses mainly on Corporate and Finance. So my point is even general LL.M could present you a good opportunity to specialise.


yeah, you can choose modules available in general LL.M to specialise in the area you want. However, not every general LL.M has the modules you want.
Also, I think specialist LL.M is better than choosing your own combination of modules for a General LL.M. I don't know but it might be one of the reasons behind you applied for the MLF after taking Harvard LL.M.

[Edited by Optimistic on Feb 04, 2017]

[quote][quote]So, what are the best masters in Law, Economics and Finance, either in the UK, USA, or Europe, other than MLF ?[/quote]

Not sure and I also doubt if there is a straight answer to that. For instance, I took the Harvard LL.M last year and I really liked it. It's general but you do have a chance to tailor your program depending on your interests (there are countless course offerings to choose from). I took courses mainly on Corporate and Finance. So my point is even general LL.M could present you a good opportunity to specialise. [/quote]

yeah, you can choose modules available in general LL.M to specialise in the area you want. However, not every general LL.M has the modules you want.
Also, I think specialist LL.M is better than choosing your own combination of modules for a General LL.M. I don't know but it might be one of the reasons behind you applied for the MLF after taking Harvard LL.M.
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Luckystar!
So, what are the best masters in Law, Economics and Finance, either in the UK, USA, or Europe, other than MLF ?


Not sure and I also doubt if there is a straight answer to that. For instance, I took the Harvard LL.M last year and I really liked it. It's general but you do have a chance to tailor your program depending on your interests (there are countless course offerings to choose from). I took courses mainly on Corporate and Finance. So my point is even general LL.M could present you a good opportunity to specialise.


yeah, you can choose modules available in general LL.M to specialise in the area you want. However, not every general LL.M has the modules you want.
Also, I think specialist LL.M is better than choosing your own combination of modules for a General LL.M. I don't know but it might be one of the reasons behind you applied for the MLF after taking Harvard LL.M.


I fully agree, not every general LLM would give you all the modules you need to specialise. For example, I wasn't able to take up more finance courses hence my application for the MLF.
[quote][quote][quote]So, what are the best masters in Law, Economics and Finance, either in the UK, USA, or Europe, other than MLF ?[/quote]

Not sure and I also doubt if there is a straight answer to that. For instance, I took the Harvard LL.M last year and I really liked it. It's general but you do have a chance to tailor your program depending on your interests (there are countless course offerings to choose from). I took courses mainly on Corporate and Finance. So my point is even general LL.M could present you a good opportunity to specialise. [/quote]

yeah, you can choose modules available in general LL.M to specialise in the area you want. However, not every general LL.M has the modules you want.
Also, I think specialist LL.M is better than choosing your own combination of modules for a General LL.M. I don't know but it might be one of the reasons behind you applied for the MLF after taking Harvard LL.M. [/quote]

I fully agree, not every general LLM would give you all the modules you need to specialise. For example, I wasn't able to take up more finance courses hence my application for the MLF.
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Optimistic
So, any update ?
So, any update ?
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xiukhung
So, any update ?

Nope, I'm thinking we might not hear from them until mid March
[quote]So, any update ?[/quote]
Nope, I'm thinking we might not hear from them until mid March
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Tinatin
I have applied for the program too. I'm still waiting for the results :) Good luck!
I have applied for the program too. I'm still waiting for the results :) Good luck!
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Optimistic
Waiting ...
Waiting ...
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xiukhung
Any news guys?
Any news guys?
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bankchief
None from my end....
None from my end....
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