UCL 2012-2013


Kynsee
hello, everyone!
I received an e-mail from UCL
quote part of it here:"I am pleased to advise that I have recommended to the Admissions Office, UCL Registry, that you be offered a place on the LLM programme at UCL.

This email does not constitute an offer of admission to UCL. A formal letter will be sent to you in due course, subject to final checks by the Admissions Office. That letter will constitute the official decision on your application"

what does this letter mean? Has anyone received the letter like mine? If so, how long will it take before the official decision has been made on my application?
I am waiting to be answered by the kindness of you!
Many thanks!!!!!!


Congratulations!! You just received an notification for offer! It will take about 3 to 4 weeks for an official conditional or unconditional offer.


Thank you so much! That's a big news to me!!
<blockquote><blockquote>hello, everyone!
I received an e-mail from UCL
quote part of it here:"I am pleased to advise that I have recommended to the Admissions Office, UCL Registry, that you be offered a place on the LLM programme at UCL.

This email does not constitute an offer of admission to UCL. A formal letter will be sent to you in due course, subject to final checks by the Admissions Office. That letter will constitute the official decision on your application"

what does this letter mean? Has anyone received the letter like mine? If so, how long will it take before the official decision has been made on my application?
I am waiting to be answered by the kindness of you!
Many thanks!!!!!!</blockquote>

Congratulations!! You just received an notification for offer! It will take about 3 to 4 weeks for an official conditional or unconditional offer.</blockquote>

Thank you so much! That's a big news to me!!
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Wolfenix
Hey guys, I got an offer too, and I'm strongly considering UCL (though still waiting for that long shot application in Cambridge and Oxford...!).

What are you going to do in terms of housing? Are you applying for uni housing or private?

Also, do you know when the schedule of the courses will be available?

Cheers!
Hey guys, I got an offer too, and I'm strongly considering UCL (though still waiting for that long shot application in Cambridge and Oxford...!).

What are you going to do in terms of housing? Are you applying for uni housing or private?

Also, do you know when the schedule of the courses will be available?

Cheers!
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Panika
Hey guys, I got an offer too, and I'm strongly considering UCL (though still waiting for that long shot application in Cambridge and Oxford...!).

What are you going to do in terms of housing? Are you applying for uni housing or private?

Also, do you know when the schedule of the courses will be available?

Cheers!


Congratulations! When did you apply?
<blockquote>Hey guys, I got an offer too, and I'm strongly considering UCL (though still waiting for that long shot application in Cambridge and Oxford...!).

What are you going to do in terms of housing? Are you applying for uni housing or private?

Also, do you know when the schedule of the courses will be available?

Cheers!</blockquote>

Congratulations! When did you apply?
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Wolfenix
Hi Panika!

I applied by mid-November, and got the famous "I have recommended that they make you an offer" email by Jane Ha on December 20th.

Do not know exactly when the offer became available online.

Best!
Hi Panika!

I applied by mid-November, and got the famous "I have recommended that they make you an offer" email by Jane Ha on December 20th.

Do not know exactly when the offer became available online.

Best!
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simarpannu
I recieved an offer from UCL :)
I've been planning on going there for an LLM in International business law or IP but some people tell me KCL is better known for law.

I am a bit confused here, looking for some good advice from you all. It'll be great if I could get a clear vision of everything that's said about KCL and UCL and which one is better. I've seen very average students get into KCL and I'm not sure how, may be they have a tie with agents and they pay them and stuff coz this one agent who came to our school tried convincing me on my asking her whether UCL was better because it's ranked highest in London. She said it was good for engineering and KCL is better for law. I definitely thought UCL should anyday be chosen over UCL.

I would be thankful to get some good advice over this whole issue. :)
I recieved an offer from UCL :)
I've been planning on going there for an LLM in International business law or IP but some people tell me KCL is better known for law.

I am a bit confused here, looking for some good advice from you all. It'll be great if I could get a clear vision of everything that's said about KCL and UCL and which one is better. I've seen very average students get into KCL and I'm not sure how, may be they have a tie with agents and they pay them and stuff coz this one agent who came to our school tried convincing me on my asking her whether UCL was better because it's ranked highest in London. She said it was good for engineering and KCL is better for law. I definitely thought UCL should anyday be chosen over UCL.

I would be thankful to get some good advice over this whole issue. :)
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Leaf
Received an offer today (8 Feb 2012)! Portico changed from "Application Complete" to "Currently being processed by Admissions" earlier today, then changed to "Unconditional Offer" this evening.

Applied on 17 Dec 2011. Application complete around the same time.

Good luck to everyone!
Received an offer today (8 Feb 2012)! Portico changed from "Application Complete" to "Currently being processed by Admissions" earlier today, then changed to "Unconditional Offer" this evening.

Applied on 17 Dec 2011. Application complete around the same time.

Good luck to everyone!
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FBA
Hi !!
I just received a conditional offer from UCL. The condition is described as follows:

"Conditions of offer:This offer is made on the condition that you provide an officially certified copy of your degree certificate to confirm that you have been awarded your degree as soon as you are able to. If your degree certificate is not in English, then you must provide an officially certified translation."

*Has someone received an offer with the same condition?
*Am I supposed to send an official translation of my diploma by e-mail? or do I have to send it by courier?

Regards,
Hi !!
I just received a conditional offer from UCL. The condition is described as follows:

"Conditions of offer:This offer is made on the condition that you provide an officially certified copy of your degree certificate to confirm that you have been awarded your degree as soon as you are able to. If your degree certificate is not in English, then you must provide an officially certified translation."

*Has someone received an offer with the same condition?
*Am I supposed to send an official translation of my diploma by e-mail? or do I have to send it by courier?

Regards,
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Panika
I received an unconditional offer!

Applied in late December 2011.

Waiting for answers from other universities.
I received an unconditional offer!

Applied in late December 2011.

Waiting for answers from other universities.
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My application came complete december 14th 2011. Still waiting for an answer from UCL!

Is there anybody who is waiting as long as me for a reply?
My application came complete december 14th 2011. Still waiting for an answer from UCL!

Is there anybody who is waiting as long as me for a reply?
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axel
Hi, congratulations to those who have received their offers.
I wanted to find out how long did it take for you all to get a mail from UCL providing a link to track application status.
I applied on 21January 2012 and haven't heard anything from the Uni yet.
Should I be concerned an call the admission office??

Thanks in advance!
Hi, congratulations to those who have received their offers.
I wanted to find out how long did it take for you all to get a mail from UCL providing a link to track application status.
I applied on 21January 2012 and haven't heard anything from the Uni yet.
Should I be concerned an call the admission office??

Thanks in advance!
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cng1238
Hi, congratulations to those who have received their offers.
I wanted to find out how long did it take for you all to get a mail from UCL providing a link to track application status.
I applied on 21January 2012 and haven't heard anything from the Uni yet.
Should I be concerned an call the admission office??

Thanks in advance!


I think you should probably make the call since it shouldn't take more than a couple of days for that email.
<blockquote>Hi, congratulations to those who have received their offers.
I wanted to find out how long did it take for you all to get a mail from UCL providing a link to track application status.
I applied on 21January 2012 and haven't heard anything from the Uni yet.
Should I be concerned an call the admission office??

Thanks in advance!</blockquote>

I think you should probably make the call since it shouldn't take more than a couple of days for that email.
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axel
Thanks cng1238. Will do so.
Thanks cng1238. Will do so.
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Colin88
I recieved an unconditional offer! yay.
I'll be so much more relaxed this end of semester.
You guys gonna do any preparatory reading? And more importantly, will you be getting private accomodation or are you going with halls? cause I dont know...I definitely don't want to end up with a bunch of freshers in halls. is there postgraduate halls?
I recieved an unconditional offer! yay.
I'll be so much more relaxed this end of semester.
You guys gonna do any preparatory reading? And more importantly, will you be getting private accomodation or are you going with halls? cause I dont know...I definitely don't want to end up with a bunch of freshers in halls. is there postgraduate halls?
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Wolfenix
Hi there Colin88, I'll probably do some pre-reading, although I am waiting for the courses' timetable to be published in UCL's website... then I'll choose the courses and do some preliminary reading.

As for housing, I'm going with my wife (she was accepted as well), so I think we'll go for private housing. Rent is crazy in London, though!!!!
Hi there Colin88, I'll probably do some pre-reading, although I am waiting for the courses' timetable to be published in UCL's website... then I'll choose the courses and do some preliminary reading.

As for housing, I'm going with my wife (she was accepted as well), so I think we'll go for private housing. Rent is crazy in London, though!!!!
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Colin88
so yeah there are accomodation places for couples apparently...if that is something you might be interested in I really advise you apply now cause I bet they go fast.
This is where I would start looking:
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-students/accommodation/residences

do you have a specialisation in mind? I know its far away but I'm currently finishing a degree in Art History meaning I haven't read a law text book in about three years, I feel like I need to get on it as soon as possible...
so yeah there are accomodation places for couples apparently...if that is something you might be interested in I really advise you apply now cause I bet they go fast.
This is where I would start looking:
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-students/accommodation/residences

do you have a specialisation in mind? I know its far away but I'm currently finishing a degree in Art History meaning I haven't read a law text book in about three years, I feel like I need to get on it as soon as possible...
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Wolfenix
I'm really not sure about specializing... I like courses from various specialisms, and some of the specialisms (like Law and Economics, which I like) do not have a lot of full credit courses... meaning I would have to take twice as many! And frankly, I do not think that 15 credit course is half as demanding as a 30 credit course... I bet readings will have pretty much the same volume... also, I wouldn't like to take twice as many exams by the end of the year... so I think I'll be doing a general LLM!
I'm really not sure about specializing... I like courses from various specialisms, and some of the specialisms (like Law and Economics, which I like) do not have a lot of full credit courses... meaning I would have to take twice as many! And frankly, I do not think that 15 credit course is half as demanding as a 30 credit course... I bet readings will have pretty much the same volume... also, I wouldn't like to take twice as many exams by the end of the year... so I think I'll be doing a general LLM!

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kibh
Congratulations to all on receiving offers. Must be very reassuring I'm sure!

I have a series of questions that have been asked time and again on these threads: what chance do I have of receiving a favourable response, and when? I applied very late (21st feb 2012 to be precise) to UCL, QMUL and LSE. My application at LSE got rejected within a week so I'm naturally low on confidence. I have a decent 2:1 from UoL's international programmes, though it's not very high...when do you guys reckon will UCL be sending me a response? What impact does the late application have on my chances? Also, should I apply elsewhere to be on the safe side or is way too late now?
Congratulations to all on receiving offers. Must be very reassuring I'm sure!

I have a series of questions that have been asked time and again on these threads: what chance do I have of receiving a favourable response, and when? I applied very late (21st feb 2012 to be precise) to UCL, QMUL and LSE. My application at LSE got rejected within a week so I'm naturally low on confidence. I have a decent 2:1 from UoL's international programmes, though it's not very high...when do you guys reckon will UCL be sending me a response? What impact does the late application have on my chances? Also, should I apply elsewhere to be on the safe side or is way too late now?
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Babsy
UCL should send you an email when you can expect to hear from them once your application is complete. If the Portico portal says that your application is complete but you did not receive such an email you should contact them. I submitted my application on 10 February and got an offer today.
UCL should send you an email when you can expect to hear from them once your application is complete. If the Portico portal says that your application is complete but you did not receive such an email you should contact them. I submitted my application on 10 February and got an offer today.
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FBA
Hi everybody,

I am filling out the accommodation application form.

Will you apply for Houses or Halls? Any suggestions or advice regarding accommodation?
Hi everybody,

I am filling out the accommodation application form.

Will you apply for Houses or Halls? Any suggestions or advice regarding accommodation?



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malikus
yes I got my offer as well!!!!!! I want to specialise in corporate law!!
yes I got my offer as well!!!!!! I want to specialise in corporate law!!
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