Oxford MSc in Law and Finance (MLF) with a 2:1?


chaw
Hey everyone! :)
The MLF entry requirement is a'very high 2:1 or first class. What are the chances of getting into the MLF with a very high 2:1 though, with only 45 places available? Does anyone know someone who received an offer with a very high 2:1? Or is this unlikely due to the competition for places?
Hey everyone! :)
The MLF entry requirement is a'very high 2:1 or first class. What are the chances of getting into the MLF with a very high 2:1 though, with only 45 places available? Does anyone know someone who received an offer with a very high 2:1? Or is this unlikely due to the competition for places?
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elerethe
Since Oxford, on average, receive 335 applications for the MLF is the competition fierce for even the most qualified applications. However, you do fulfil the minimum academic requirement for the degree, so there is still a chance.

Why don't you give it a go? You have everything to win and nothing to lose (other than some time and a little money).
Since Oxford, on average, receive 335 applications for the MLF is the competition fierce for even the most qualified applications. However, you do fulfil the minimum academic requirement for the degree, so there is still a chance.

Why don't you give it a go? You have everything to win and nothing to lose (other than some time and a little money).
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chaw
Since Oxford, on average, receive 335 applications for the MLF is the competition fierce for even the most qualified applications. However, you do fulfil the minimum academic requirement for the degree, so there is still a chance.

Why don't you give it a go? You have everything to win and nothing to lose (other than some time and a little money).


You have a point! Thanks for the positive encouragement!
Do you think it would be a good idea to perhaps get some relevant work experience prior to applying?
[quote]Since Oxford, on average, receive 335 applications for the MLF is the competition fierce for even the most qualified applications. However, you do fulfil the minimum academic requirement for the degree, so there is still a chance.

Why don't you give it a go? You have everything to win and nothing to lose (other than some time and a little money). [/quote]

You have a point! Thanks for the positive encouragement!
Do you think it would be a good idea to perhaps get some relevant work experience prior to applying?
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elerethe
Since Oxford, on average, receive 335 applications for the MLF is the competition fierce for even the most qualified applications. However, you do fulfil the minimum academic requirement for the degree, so there is still a chance.

Why don't you give it a go? You have everything to win and nothing to lose (other than some time and a little money).


You have a point! Thanks for the positive encouragement!
Do you think it would be a good idea to perhaps get some relevant work experience prior to applying?


As the assessment of your application mainly pertains to your academic skills would it not be worth the time. But, you could apply this application cycle and, if you are unsuccessful, try to apply another time after working up some relevant experience.
[quote][quote]Since Oxford, on average, receive 335 applications for the MLF is the competition fierce for even the most qualified applications. However, you do fulfil the minimum academic requirement for the degree, so there is still a chance.

Why don't you give it a go? You have everything to win and nothing to lose (other than some time and a little money). [/quote]

You have a point! Thanks for the positive encouragement!
Do you think it would be a good idea to perhaps get some relevant work experience prior to applying? [/quote]

As the assessment of your application mainly pertains to your academic skills would it not be worth the time. But, you could apply this application cycle and, if you are unsuccessful, try to apply another time after working up some relevant experience.
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