The 2012 Cambridge Thread


antk

Camsis appears to be permanently stuck at awaiting consideration.The spectre of rejection seems to loom larger day by day.

Camsis appears to be permanently stuck at awaiting consideration.The spectre of rejection seems to loom larger day by day.
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mra

Good morning. Hopefully, we receive some results this week regarding the pending LL.M. applications.

Another questions: Does anybody know where the deadline to accept or decline an offer for the MCL programme is indicated?

Thanks!

Good morning. Hopefully, we receive some results this week regarding the pending LL.M. applications.

Another questions: Does anybody know where the deadline to accept or decline an offer for the MCL programme is indicated?

Thanks!
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Allys

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Colin88

So this morning I called with regards to MCL offers. the lady on the phone said there is no deadline as to when one had to accept the offer, although this seems weird..for UCL L.L.M offers one has four weeks to accept although after yet another annoying phone call by me I was told that the deadline is flexible, that truly one can accept later on also..obviously you don't want to take the risk, but still. With the excuse of asking MCL offer acceptance deadlines I then asked Cam admissions at what point was the processing of L.L.M applications to which I was answered regretfully 'at least another two weeks'. ouch. Maybe it's a standard answer to the only naturally aussumed hundred of phone calls they get on the matter.

So this morning I called with regards to MCL offers. the lady on the phone said there is no deadline as to when one had to accept the offer, although this seems weird..for UCL L.L.M offers one has four weeks to accept although after yet another annoying phone call by me I was told that the deadline is flexible, that truly one can accept later on also..obviously you don't want to take the risk, but still. With the excuse of asking MCL offer acceptance deadlines I then asked Cam admissions at what point was the processing of L.L.M applications to which I was answered regretfully 'at least another two weeks'. ouch. Maybe it's a standard answer to the only naturally aussumed hundred of phone calls they get on the matter.
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viviberod

So this morning I called with regards to MCL offers. the lady on the phone said there is no deadline as to when one had to accept the offer, although this seems weird..for UCL L.L.M offers one has four weeks to accept although after yet another annoying phone call by me I was told that the deadline is flexible, that truly one can accept later on also..obviously you don't want to take the risk, but still. With the excuse of asking MCL offer acceptance deadlines I then asked Cam admissions at what point was the processing of L.L.M applications to which I was answered regretfully 'at least another two weeks'. ouch. Maybe it's a standard answer to the only naturally aussumed hundred of phone calls they get on the matter.


I'm not so sure of what you're saying about UCL. I asked that question to Registry Admissions and they answered that "if you are made an offer, it will remain open until the start of the programme".

If you find it helpful, I can forward their email to you.

<blockquote>So this morning I called with regards to MCL offers. the lady on the phone said there is no deadline as to when one had to accept the offer, although this seems weird..for UCL L.L.M offers one has four weeks to accept although after yet another annoying phone call by me I was told that the deadline is flexible, that truly one can accept later on also..obviously you don't want to take the risk, but still. With the excuse of asking MCL offer acceptance deadlines I then asked Cam admissions at what point was the processing of L.L.M applications to which I was answered regretfully 'at least another two weeks'. ouch. Maybe it's a standard answer to the only naturally aussumed hundred of phone calls they get on the matter. </blockquote>

I'm not so sure of what you're saying about UCL. I asked that question to Registry Admissions and they answered that "if you are made an offer, it will remain open until the start of the programme".

If you find it helpful, I can forward their email to you.
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hejonas

.... With the excuse of asking MCL offer acceptance deadlines I then asked Cam admissions at what point was the processing of L.L.M applications to which I was answered regretfully 'at least another two weeks'.


Is that applications generally or specifically yours or from your region?

<blockquote>.... With the excuse of asking MCL offer acceptance deadlines I then asked Cam admissions at what point was the processing of L.L.M applications to which I was answered regretfully 'at least another two weeks'.</blockquote>

Is that applications generally or specifically yours or from your region?
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viviberod

Any offers to South Americans so far??

I

Any offers to South Americans so far??

I
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pipiripao

So this morning I called with regards to MCL offers. the lady on the phone said there is no deadline as to when one had to accept the offer, although this seems weird..for UCL L.L.M offers one has four weeks to accept although after yet another annoying phone call by me I was told that the deadline is flexible, that truly one can accept later on also..obviously you don't want to take the risk, but still. With the excuse of asking MCL offer acceptance deadlines I then asked Cam admissions at what point was the processing of L.L.M applications to which I was answered regretfully 'at least another two weeks'. ouch. Maybe it's a standard answer to the only naturally aussumed hundred of phone calls they get on the matter.


Let's be honest. Everyone I know (including myself), has accepted the offers. Just e-mail them later saying you don't want it. They're obviously counting on many MANY people doing exactly this and backing out later. That's why they didn't put any strings or conditions to accepting the offer.

Hope this helps.

<blockquote>So this morning I called with regards to MCL offers. the lady on the phone said there is no deadline as to when one had to accept the offer, although this seems weird..for UCL L.L.M offers one has four weeks to accept although after yet another annoying phone call by me I was told that the deadline is flexible, that truly one can accept later on also..obviously you don't want to take the risk, but still. With the excuse of asking MCL offer acceptance deadlines I then asked Cam admissions at what point was the processing of L.L.M applications to which I was answered regretfully 'at least another two weeks'. ouch. Maybe it's a standard answer to the only naturally aussumed hundred of phone calls they get on the matter. </blockquote>

Let's be honest. Everyone I know (including myself), has accepted the offers. Just e-mail them later saying you don't want it. They're obviously counting on many MANY people doing exactly this and backing out later. That's why they didn't put any strings or conditions to accepting the offer.

Hope this helps.
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Roamer

The UCL LLM offer (the hard copy dispatched via post) expressly states that you can withdraw your acceptance upon notification to the faculty. I've also accepted pending finalisation of Oxbridge admissions.

The UCL LLM offer (the hard copy dispatched via post) expressly states that you can withdraw your acceptance upon notification to the faculty. I've also accepted pending finalisation of Oxbridge admissions.
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Colin88


Is that applications generally or specifically yours or from your region?


Generally

<blockquote>
Is that applications generally or specifically yours or from your region?</blockquote>

Generally
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M-Cur

Anyone from Ireland received any offers yet?

Anyone from Ireland received any offers yet?
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hejonas

If I haven't heard anything by the 10 of march, I'll give them a call... expressing my sense of entitlement ;)

If I haven't heard anything by the 10 of march, I'll give them a call... expressing my sense of entitlement ;)
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Colin88

I'm not so sure of what you're saying about UCL. I asked that question to Registry Admissions and they answered that "if you are made an offer, it will remain open until the start of the programme".

If you find it helpful, I can forward their email to you.


I trust someone said that to you and that undoubtedly that is the case. Officialy however - and I stress - merely officialy, the deadline is four weeks. At least that is what I was told before being reassured that however, as I said in my earlier post, the deadline is flexible. I wouldn't want anyone to be stressed by what I wrote, obviously call the dept. if in doubt.

<blockquote>I'm not so sure of what you're saying about UCL. I asked that question to Registry Admissions and they answered that "if you are made an offer, it will remain open until the start of the programme".

If you find it helpful, I can forward their email to you.
</blockquote>

I trust someone said that to you and that undoubtedly that is the case. Officialy however - and I stress - merely officialy, the deadline is four weeks. At least that is what I was told before being reassured that however, as I said in my earlier post, the deadline is flexible. I wouldn't want anyone to be stressed by what I wrote, obviously call the dept. if in doubt.
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cng1238

I'm not so sure of what you're saying about UCL. I asked that question to Registry Admissions and they answered that "if you are made an offer, it will remain open until the start of the programme".

If you find it helpful, I can forward their email to you.


I trust someone said that to you and that undoubtedly that is the case. Officialy however - and I stress - merely officialy, the deadline is four weeks. At least that is what I was told before being reassured that however, as I said in my earlier post, the deadline is flexible. I wouldn't want anyone to be stressed by what I wrote, obviously call the dept. if in doubt.


In any event, one does not made to commit to an accepted offer: no deposit, no obligation whatsoever, of course in that case you should simply accept it first (as I did) before coming back to this forum and CamSIS 20 times a day.

<blockquote><blockquote>I'm not so sure of what you're saying about UCL. I asked that question to Registry Admissions and they answered that "if you are made an offer, it will remain open until the start of the programme".

If you find it helpful, I can forward their email to you.
</blockquote>

I trust someone said that to you and that undoubtedly that is the case. Officialy however - and I stress - merely officialy, the deadline is four weeks. At least that is what I was told before being reassured that however, as I said in my earlier post, the deadline is flexible. I wouldn't want anyone to be stressed by what I wrote, obviously call the dept. if in doubt. </blockquote>

In any event, one does not made to commit to an accepted offer: no deposit, no obligation whatsoever, of course in that case you should simply accept it first (as I did) before coming back to this forum and CamSIS 20 times a day.
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Colin88



In any event, one does not made to commit to an accepted offer: no deposit, no obligation whatsoever, of course in that case you should simply accept it first (as I did) before coming back to this forum and CamSIS 20 times a day.


Actually I check it 30 times, you guys are becoming my best friends.

<blockquote>

In any event, one does not made to commit to an accepted offer: no deposit, no obligation whatsoever, of course in that case you should simply accept it first (as I did) before coming back to this forum and CamSIS 20 times a day.</blockquote>

Actually I check it 30 times, you guys are becoming my best friends.
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antk

Welcome to the club- Obsessive Compulsive Camsitis Sufferers

Welcome to the club- Obsessive Compulsive Camsitis Sufferers
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RiverCam

I'm not so sure of what you're saying about UCL. I asked that question to Registry Admissions and they answered that "if you are made an offer, it will remain open until the start of the programme".

If you find it helpful, I can forward their email to you.


I trust someone said that to you and that undoubtedly that is the case. Officialy however - and I stress - merely officialy, the deadline is four weeks. At least that is what I was told before being reassured that however, as I said in my earlier post, the deadline is flexible. I wouldn't want anyone to be stressed by what I wrote, obviously call the dept. if in doubt.


In any event, one does not made to commit to an accepted offer: no deposit, no obligation whatsoever, of course in that case you should simply accept it first (as I did) before coming back to this forum and CamSIS 20 times a day.


I thought within 4 weeks, a deposit would have to be made, like 3,000 pounds for MCL, right? Otherwise, the offer would lapse?

<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>I'm not so sure of what you're saying about UCL. I asked that question to Registry Admissions and they answered that "if you are made an offer, it will remain open until the start of the programme".

If you find it helpful, I can forward their email to you.
</blockquote>

I trust someone said that to you and that undoubtedly that is the case. Officialy however - and I stress - merely officialy, the deadline is four weeks. At least that is what I was told before being reassured that however, as I said in my earlier post, the deadline is flexible. I wouldn't want anyone to be stressed by what I wrote, obviously call the dept. if in doubt. </blockquote>

In any event, one does not made to commit to an accepted offer: no deposit, no obligation whatsoever, of course in that case you should simply accept it first (as I did) before coming back to this forum and CamSIS 20 times a day.</blockquote>

I thought within 4 weeks, a deposit would have to be made, like 3,000 pounds for MCL, right? Otherwise, the offer would lapse?
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cng1238

I'm not so sure of what you're saying about UCL. I asked that question to Registry Admissions and they answered that "if you are made an offer, it will remain open until the start of the programme".

If you find it helpful, I can forward their email to you.


I trust someone said that to you and that undoubtedly that is the case. Officialy however - and I stress - merely officialy, the deadline is four weeks. At least that is what I was told before being reassured that however, as I said in my earlier post, the deadline is flexible. I wouldn't want anyone to be stressed by what I wrote, obviously call the dept. if in doubt.


In any event, one does not made to commit to an accepted offer: no deposit, no obligation whatsoever, of course in that case you should simply accept it first (as I did) before coming back to this forum and CamSIS 20 times a day.


I thought within 4 weeks, a deposit would have to be made, like 3,000 pounds for MCL, right? Otherwise, the offer would lapse?


Hi RiverCam, I was talking about UCL (and for that matter other london schools), honestly I do not know about MCL or Cambridge LLM in terms of acceptance procedure. So one has to accept and pay deposit before a 4-week deadline?

<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>I'm not so sure of what you're saying about UCL. I asked that question to Registry Admissions and they answered that "if you are made an offer, it will remain open until the start of the programme".

If you find it helpful, I can forward their email to you.
</blockquote>

I trust someone said that to you and that undoubtedly that is the case. Officialy however - and I stress - merely officialy, the deadline is four weeks. At least that is what I was told before being reassured that however, as I said in my earlier post, the deadline is flexible. I wouldn't want anyone to be stressed by what I wrote, obviously call the dept. if in doubt. </blockquote>

In any event, one does not made to commit to an accepted offer: no deposit, no obligation whatsoever, of course in that case you should simply accept it first (as I did) before coming back to this forum and CamSIS 20 times a day.</blockquote>

I thought within 4 weeks, a deposit would have to be made, like 3,000 pounds for MCL, right? Otherwise, the offer would lapse?</blockquote>

Hi RiverCam, I was talking about UCL (and for that matter other london schools), honestly I do not know about MCL or Cambridge LLM in terms of acceptance procedure. So one has to accept and pay deposit before a 4-week deadline?
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madhatter

I received a conditional offer from the degree committee (for MCL) in the second week of Feb...no formal offer from the BGS yet. Has anyone received a formal offer?

Also, did any of you with offers apply for the Gates scholarship?

I am from India.

I received a conditional offer from the degree committee (for MCL) in the second week of Feb...no formal offer from the BGS yet. Has anyone received a formal offer?

Also, did any of you with offers apply for the Gates scholarship?

I am from India.
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mra

I received a conditional offer from the degree committee (for MCL) in the second week of Feb...no formal offer from the BGS yet. Has anyone received a formal offer?

Also, did any of you with offers apply for the Gates scholarship?

I am from India.


I received a formal offer for the MCL programme. I think this was on 23 February. I have a deadline until 23 March to pay a registration fee of £ 3'000.

<blockquote>I received a conditional offer from the degree committee (for MCL) in the second week of Feb...no formal offer from the BGS yet. Has anyone received a formal offer?

Also, did any of you with offers apply for the Gates scholarship?

I am from India.</blockquote>

I received a formal offer for the MCL programme. I think this was on 23 February. I have a deadline until 23 March to pay a registration fee of £ 3'000.
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