Time period for fulfilling (academic) conditions (BCL/Oxford)


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Hi all,

While not wanting to count my chickens, I have a query about the timing of satisfying academic conditions for offers to the BCL, or I guess Oxford postraduate study more generally. My graduation (and thus Honours rank) has been pushed back a semester, and I will now only know my results in July of this year. Does anyone have any knowledge as to whether that is too late to notify Oxford about my results? I haven't seen anyone discussing timelines for satisfying conditions on this forum, or others.

I understand that it's generally attenuated to each case, and that it is most likely flexible up to a point, I guess I'm just wondering if anyone knows of upper limits about this particular aspect.

Thanks, and good luck for the next few days, the dream lives!


My BCL offer letter from last year said that candidates had until 31 July to send proof that they had fulfilled any outstanding conditions. However, the letter also says that you can contact them if you think this will be an issue.
<blockquote>Hi all,

While not wanting to count my chickens, I have a query about the timing of satisfying academic conditions for offers to the BCL, or I guess Oxford postraduate study more generally. My graduation (and thus Honours rank) has been pushed back a semester, and I will now only know my results in July of this year. Does anyone have any knowledge as to whether that is too late to notify Oxford about my results? I haven't seen anyone discussing timelines for satisfying conditions on this forum, or others.

I understand that it's generally attenuated to each case, and that it is most likely flexible up to a point, I guess I'm just wondering if anyone knows of upper limits about this particular aspect.

Thanks, and good luck for the next few days, the dream lives!</blockquote>

My BCL offer letter from last year said that candidates had until 31 July to send proof that they had fulfilled any outstanding conditions. However, the letter also says that you can contact them if you think this will be an issue.
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