UCL 2014/2015


I am the exception of the status"currently being processed by Admissions" ,meaning that I was rejected. So upset! But it doesn't matter, cause I have been studying hard to meet the requirement of LSE condition! Hope you guys will be the majority, being admitted.

I am the exception of the status"currently being processed by Admissions" ,meaning that I was rejected. So upset! But it doesn't matter, cause I have been studying hard to meet the requirement of LSE condition! Hope you guys will be the majority, being admitted.
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Milo

I am the exception of the status"currently being processed by Admissions" ,meaning that I was rejected. So upset! But it doesn't matter, cause I have been studying hard to meet the requirement of LSE condition! Hope you guys will be the majority, being admitted.


Omg! this news is truly freaking me out!

<blockquote>I am the exception of the status"currently being processed by Admissions" ,meaning that I was rejected. So upset! But it doesn't matter, cause I have been studying hard to meet the requirement of LSE condition! Hope you guys will be the majority, being admitted.</blockquote>

Omg! this news is truly freaking me out!
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kureiha

my status just changed from "application completed" to "unconditional offer" in a night...so i didnt see the "being process" status at all...quite a surprise when waiting for a "being process" status but saw "unconditional offer" status in stead :)

good luck you guys :)

my status just changed from "application completed" to "unconditional offer" in a night...so i didnt see the "being process" status at all...quite a surprise when waiting for a "being process" status but saw "unconditional offer" status in stead :)

good luck you guys :)
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BeataB

Guys my application was processed too and I was unsucessful too so, being processed doesnt mean you will get offer, so you will see just one wortd instead application complete - unsucessful, but I keep fingers crossed for everyone who is still waiting

Guys my application was processed too and I was unsucessful too so, being processed doesnt mean you will get offer, so you will see just one wortd instead application complete - unsucessful, but I keep fingers crossed for everyone who is still waiting
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Mark W

Bad luck Kelvin and Beata, I hope you both find a great program elsewhere!

Bad luck Kelvin and Beata, I hope you both find a great program elsewhere!
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BeataB

Mark I hope you will get offer from Oxbrige :D Good Luck

Mark I hope you will get offer from Oxbrige :D Good Luck
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Milo

Hello world, I've got a conditional offer eventually!
They just asked me to provide an officially certified copy of my degree certificate, but I don't know how to fulfill it! Does anyone know?
Thank you very much.

G'luck to all you guys!

Hello world, I've got a conditional offer eventually!
They just asked me to provide an officially certified copy of my degree certificate, but I don't know how to fulfill it! Does anyone know?
Thank you very much.

G'luck to all you guys!
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BiancaCS

Hello world, I've got a conditional offer eventually!
They just asked me to provide an officially certified copy of my degree certificate, but I don't know how to fulfill it! Does anyone know?
Thank you very much.

G'luck to all you guys!


It depends on your university. You should just ask them. However, usually it is a degree copy sealed by the university and signed by the dean or other person from your university that is allowed to do that.

<blockquote>Hello world, I've got a conditional offer eventually!
They just asked me to provide an officially certified copy of my degree certificate, but I don't know how to fulfill it! Does anyone know?
Thank you very much.

G'luck to all you guys!</blockquote>

It depends on your university. You should just ask them. However, usually it is a degree copy sealed by the university and signed by the dean or other person from your university that is allowed to do that.
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Milo

Hello world, I've got a conditional offer eventually!
They just asked me to provide an officially certified copy of my degree certificate, but I don't know how to fulfill it! Does anyone know?
Thank you very much.

G'luck to all you guys!


It depends on your university. You should just ask them. However, usually it is a degree copy sealed by the university and signed by the dean or other person from your university that is allowed to do that.


Thanks, but by that I mean if I'm supposed to send the certified copy by post?

<blockquote><blockquote>Hello world, I've got a conditional offer eventually!
They just asked me to provide an officially certified copy of my degree certificate, but I don't know how to fulfill it! Does anyone know?
Thank you very much.

G'luck to all you guys!</blockquote>

It depends on your university. You should just ask them. However, usually it is a degree copy sealed by the university and signed by the dean or other person from your university that is allowed to do that.</blockquote>

Thanks, but by that I mean if I'm supposed to send the certified copy by post?
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roberto.bk

Hello world, I've got a conditional offer eventually!
They just asked me to provide an officially certified copy of my degree certificate, but I don't know how to fulfill it! Does anyone know?
Thank you very much.

G'luck to all you guys!


It depends on your university. You should just ask them. However, usually it is a degree copy sealed by the university and signed by the dean or other person from your university that is allowed to do that.


Thanks, but by that I mean if I'm supposed to send the certified copy by post?


Milo, I've sent the scanned copy of my Degree and UCL have accepted it (my offer was conditional and now it is unconditional). Altought, I think they'll ask later for the original one.

I have sent the e-mail to "Registry.Admissions" admissions@ucl.ac.uk.

<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Hello world, I've got a conditional offer eventually!
They just asked me to provide an officially certified copy of my degree certificate, but I don't know how to fulfill it! Does anyone know?
Thank you very much.

G'luck to all you guys!</blockquote>

It depends on your university. You should just ask them. However, usually it is a degree copy sealed by the university and signed by the dean or other person from your university that is allowed to do that.</blockquote>

Thanks, but by that I mean if I'm supposed to send the certified copy by post?</blockquote>

Milo, I've sent the scanned copy of my Degree and UCL have accepted it (my offer was conditional and now it is unconditional). Altought, I think they'll ask later for the original one.

I have sent the e-mail to "Registry.Admissions" admissions@ucl.ac.uk.
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Milo

Hello world, I've got a conditional offer eventually!
They just asked me to provide an officially certified copy of my degree certificate, but I don't know how to fulfill it! Does anyone know?
Thank you very much.

G'luck to all you guys!


It depends on your university. You should just ask them. However, usually it is a degree copy sealed by the university and signed by the dean or other person from your university that is allowed to do that.


Thanks, but by that I mean if I'm supposed to send the certified copy by post?


Milo, I've sent the scanned copy of my Degree and UCL have accepted it (my offer was conditional and now it is unconditional). Altought, I think they'll ask later for the original one.

I have sent the e-mail to "Registry.Admissions" admissions@ucl.ac.uk.

I didn't see any instruction. May I have the email address?
Thanks, Roberto.

P.s. Let's create a fb page! :D

<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Hello world, I've got a conditional offer eventually!
They just asked me to provide an officially certified copy of my degree certificate, but I don't know how to fulfill it! Does anyone know?
Thank you very much.

G'luck to all you guys!</blockquote>

It depends on your university. You should just ask them. However, usually it is a degree copy sealed by the university and signed by the dean or other person from your university that is allowed to do that.</blockquote>

Thanks, but by that I mean if I'm supposed to send the certified copy by post?</blockquote>

Milo, I've sent the scanned copy of my Degree and UCL have accepted it (my offer was conditional and now it is unconditional). Altought, I think they'll ask later for the original one.

I have sent the e-mail to "Registry.Admissions" admissions@ucl.ac.uk.</blockquote>
I didn't see any instruction. May I have the email address?
Thanks, Roberto.

P.s. Let's create a fb page! :D
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roberto.bk

Guys,

It's made!

https://www.facebook.com/groups/llmatucl201415/

Guys,

It's made!

https://www.facebook.com/groups/llmatucl201415/
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Mark W

Guys,

It's made!

https://www.facebook.com/groups/llmatucl201415/


I'm your first member :)

<blockquote>Guys,

It's made!

https://www.facebook.com/groups/llmatucl201415/</blockquote>

I'm your first member :)
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chermt

My references were submitted on the 10/02/14 and its status is still "Application complete". I called the admissions office and it said that my application was currently with the academic office being considered. I'm so nervous!

My references were submitted on the 10/02/14 and its status is still "Application complete". I called the admissions office and it said that my application was currently with the academic office being considered. I'm so nervous!
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law01

you should probably get a response in the next few days...did they say anything about making a recommendation to the admissions office? because when i emailed them their response clearly indicated i would get an offer and i did, they said: your application is with the academic office where our recommendation for an offer is being considered

you should probably get a response in the next few days...did they say anything about making a recommendation to the admissions office? because when i emailed them their response clearly indicated i would get an offer and i did, they said: your application is with the academic office where our recommendation for an offer is being considered
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anacho

you should probably get a response in the next few days...did they say anything about making a recommendation to the admissions office? because when i emailed them their response clearly indicated i would get an offer and i did, they said: your application is with the academic office where our recommendation for an offer is being considered


I also contacted them by mail and they answered that I would receive an offer if my application passes the "final checks". I received the offer this morning
:)

hope it will be good news for you guys

<blockquote>you should probably get a response in the next few days...did they say anything about making a recommendation to the admissions office? because when i emailed them their response clearly indicated i would get an offer and i did, they said: your application is with the academic office where our recommendation for an offer is being considered</blockquote>

I also contacted them by mail and they answered that I would receive an offer if my application passes the "final checks". I received the offer this morning
:)

hope it will be good news for you guys
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Lucien1910

I too called them today and was told that I would receive an unconditional offer should my application pass the "final checks".

It seems like the quickest way to receive an answer, once the mandatory 6 weeks has expired, is to give them a call. My application was complete on 13 January 2014.

Good luck to everyone still waiting for a decision!

I too called them today and was told that I would receive an unconditional offer should my application pass the "final checks".

It seems like the quickest way to receive an answer, once the mandatory 6 weeks has expired, is to give them a call. My application was complete on 13 January 2014.

Good luck to everyone still waiting for a decision!
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kureiha

Congrats to those who got the offer! :)

Anyone looking for the accomodation?
Any suggestion where to live?

Congrats to those who got the offer! :)

Anyone looking for the accomodation?
Any suggestion where to live?
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roberto.bk

Congrats to those who got the offer! :)

Anyone looking for the accomodation?
Any suggestion where to live?


I am looking for accomodation... I've already applied to UCL ones (twin room, 120 pw max), but I'm also trying some websites, such as: http://www.spareroom.co.uk/ and http://www.gumtree.com/london ....

I prefer sharing with you, folks (UCL LLM)!

There are some nice flats to rent, and I don't have much knowledge which areas are the top ones for us. This website is cool also to compare prices in each region: http://www.rentonomy.com/maps/discover !

<blockquote>Congrats to those who got the offer! :)

Anyone looking for the accomodation?
Any suggestion where to live?</blockquote>

I am looking for accomodation... I've already applied to UCL ones (twin room, 120 pw max), but I'm also trying some websites, such as: http://www.spareroom.co.uk/ and http://www.gumtree.com/london ....

I prefer sharing with you, folks (UCL LLM)!

There are some nice flats to rent, and I don't have much knowledge which areas are the top ones for us. This website is cool also to compare prices in each region: http://www.rentonomy.com/maps/discover !
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chermt

Hey law01 and anacho, did both of you have to wait 6 weeks after your references were submitted for an offer? I've only waited three weeks so far before I called them and they said my application was with the academic office. But I'm so anxious, I don't think I can wait another 3 more weeks! I submitted my application on the 28/01 though :

Hey law01 and anacho, did both of you have to wait 6 weeks after your references were submitted for an offer? I've only waited three weeks so far before I called them and they said my application was with the academic office. But I'm so anxious, I don't think I can wait another 3 more weeks! I submitted my application on the 28/01 though :
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