UCL Admitted Students 2008


hiiiiiiiiiiiii...i have an offer from ucl.........but i m also having one from kcl....i m thinking which one to choose.......................

hiiiiiiiiiiiii...i have an offer from ucl.........but i m also having one from kcl....i m thinking which one to choose.......................
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Hi all..even i have an offer from KCL as well as UCL.... still confused about which college to join... cant make up my mind...some say UCL is better and the others say that KCL is better...

Any suggestion to make my decision firmer and stronger..

Regards

Hi all..even i have an offer from KCL as well as UCL.... still confused about which college to join... cant make up my mind...some say UCL is better and the others say that KCL is better...

Any suggestion to make my decision firmer and stronger..

Regards
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Tralala

Hi all,

i also get an offer from UCL (conditional), still have to fulfill the IELTS requirements.....really hope can make it....and looking forward to know u all....
btw...i applied for general llm but all my subject is in the international bussiness law...can i transfer into the LLm in International Bussiness Law??....

Hi all,

i also get an offer from UCL (conditional), still have to fulfill the IELTS requirements.....really hope can make it....and looking forward to know u all....
btw...i applied for general llm but all my subject is in the international bussiness law...can i transfer into the LLm in International Bussiness Law??....

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sherman

I went to UCL and it is absolutely first rate. Personally, I do not think King's is in quite the same league: very good, but not quite UCL, Oxbridge or the LSE. (Everyone has their own view, of course)

I went to UCL and it is absolutely first rate. Personally, I do not think King's is in quite the same league: very good, but not quite UCL, Oxbridge or the LSE. (Everyone has their own view, of course)
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parul209

hi i have received conditional offer from ucl.. is there any indian student out here hoping to be admitted for the acad year 2008-09?

hi i have received conditional offer from ucl.. is there any indian student out here hoping to be admitted for the acad year 2008-09?
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i m an indian and have an offer from ucl as well as kcl.........so stilll caught betweem the two..............which onw u think is better amd wht r ur plans for acamodation......

i m an indian and have an offer from ucl as well as kcl.........so stilll caught betweem the two..............which onw u think is better amd wht r ur plans for acamodation......
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Hi Every one,
i got a offer from UCL,
Other Indian Students to get the offer please contact me at narayanhar@gmail.com

Thanks
Narayan

Hi Every one,
i got a offer from UCL,
Other Indian Students to get the offer please contact me at narayanhar@gmail.com

Thanks
Narayan
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mmindia

Hey... I am frm india too... I got an offer frm UCL strday and my frnd has also got an offer frm the same. she has also taken the same programme.. i.e LLM in International Business Laws.. n have an offer frm manchester..So meet u ppl ter... N Congrats!! so whr are u ppl put up in India?? N wat r ya plans for accomodation..??

Hey... I am frm india too... I got an offer frm UCL strday and my frnd has also got an offer frm the same. she has also taken the same programme.. i.e LLM in International Business Laws.. n have an offer frm manchester..So meet u ppl ter... N Congrats!! so whr are u ppl put up in India?? N wat r ya plans for accomodation..??
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mmindia

Ppl who are gonna join UCL n wanna make frnds mail me at my3.frm.hell@gmail.com !! :)

Ppl who are gonna join UCL n wanna make frnds mail me at my3.frm.hell@gmail.com !! :)
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Ben_HH

Hey everyone!

I've got a question: I received a conditional offer from UCL but still they only gave me 4 weeks to accept it. Does anyone know what would happen if I accepted the offer but later revoked it? Is there some kind of "punitive fee"? Also, do they request proof of not having fulfilled the condition? (in my case it's the graduation which is still to come)

Thanks in advance,
Ben

Hey everyone!

I've got a question: I received a conditional offer from UCL but still they only gave me 4 weeks to accept it. Does anyone know what would happen if I accepted the offer but later revoked it? Is there some kind of "punitive fee"? Also, do they request proof of not having fulfilled the condition? (in my case it's the graduation which is still to come)

Thanks in advance,
Ben
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Hi I am from New Delhi and hoping to see you guys at the College. If anyone wants to get in touch please get in touch at rayvikram.nath@gmail.com

Hi I am from New Delhi and hoping to see you guys at the College. If anyone wants to get in touch please get in touch at rayvikram.nath@gmail.com
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jrmorton

I was accepted into UCL and LSE-- seems like I'm not the only one who's having a tough time deciding between the two! Still waiting on Cambridge as well, which makes things even more difficult. I am getting mixed responses from firms in terms of which one is more prestigious/better as well...

I was accepted into UCL and LSE-- seems like I'm not the only one who's having a tough time deciding between the two! Still waiting on Cambridge as well, which makes things even more difficult. I am getting mixed responses from firms in terms of which one is more prestigious/better as well...
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MariArti

I have applied on 1 February 2008 to LLM program with UCL, KCL and LSE.

YES, I know that it supposed to be late... but all of the named universities proceeded my applications quite shortly and currently I am under consideration

Does anybody know:

(i) if UCL wrote the official letter and stated that they will make their decision on me by 11 March 2008, is it REALLY possible?.. I was surprised that they stated the term of 5 weeks and proceeded my application so shortly. Is it their standard reply? as i supposed it would take UCL up to 10 weeks (like LSE) to get the decision as I have applied quite late...

(ii) during what period of time does KCL usually response?


Thanks all of you for replies and/or comments (if any)

I have applied on 1 February 2008 to LLM program with UCL, KCL and LSE.

YES, I know that it supposed to be late... but all of the named universities proceeded my applications quite shortly and currently I am under consideration

Does anybody know:

(i) if UCL wrote the official letter and stated that they will make their decision on me by 11 March 2008, is it REALLY possible?.. I was surprised that they stated the term of 5 weeks and proceeded my application so shortly. Is it their standard reply? as i supposed it would take UCL up to 10 weeks (like LSE) to get the decision as I have applied quite late...

(ii) during what period of time does KCL usually response?


Thanks all of you for replies and/or comments (if any)
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Anarang

I am quite surprised with what has happened but need to share this with all. Its pertaining to my application to UCl. It had reached the registry of UCL on January 18 and even received a confirmatory letter bearing application number and detailing out that the application is complete on January 28. For last one whole month I had been regularly making calls to the admission department and had got same response each an every time that your application is with the law department and same is being considered. To my horror and surprise when I called the law department I found that they are yet to receive my application from central registry and apparently the same has been lost in transit. This is a very sticky situation as I have been asked to make a new application now.Any suggestions?

I am quite surprised with what has happened but need to share this with all. It’s pertaining to my application to UCl. It had reached the registry of UCL on January 18 and even received a confirmatory letter bearing application number and detailing out that the application is complete on January 28. For last one whole month I had been regularly making calls to the admission department and had got same response each an every time “that your application is with the law department and same is being considered”. To my horror and surprise when I called the law department I found that they are yet to receive my application from central registry and apparently the same has been lost in transit. This is a very sticky situation as I have been asked to make a new application now….Any suggestions?

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MariArti

I am quite surprised with what has happened but need to share this with all. Its pertaining to my application to UCl. It had reached the registry of UCL on January 18 and even received a confirmatory letter bearing application number and detailing out that the application is complete on January 28. For last one whole month I had been regularly making calls to the admission department and had got same response each an every time that your application is with the law department and same is being considered. To my horror and surprise when I called the law department I found that they are yet to receive my application from central registry and apparently the same has been lost in transit. This is a very sticky situation as I have been asked to make a new application now.Any suggestions?



If I were you, the first thing I should do would be calming down... I know that it is easy to say so, but you need to be calm to talk to Admission Department guys.

So ok, as I have applied at the same time frames, I should say, that this all sounds strange. But (1) if you called them and they insured you that you application was sent to consideration, they must not take this information from the ceiling. So in their tracking-system it was marked as "sent to consideration", i.e. they have received it and it was completed. (2) Law Department representative might be mistaken or did not hear your ID information clearly everything might have happened... so take a deep breath and call them again.

And do not be terrified to go though your application procedure again. You are a lawyer or what? Consider of it as your first legal dispute and nail them!.. You have you letter telling that you application was submitted automatically after the 2-nd reference was received? So tell them about it... Application manager also saved your application and all supporting documents, it can not be destroyed from the server!.. So you need to get a clear answer (1) what has happened? (2) when they will re-send you application to admission office for consideration (THEY have to do it, not you) and (3) make sure that you still have a time privilege, i.e. that you ARE considered as a student, who applied on 28 January 2008 and not a month afterwards, (4) as it was their mistake, make sure that you receive your answer as soon as possible.

It was their fault (so they will have to pay :)) and you have arguments, so win the case! and good luck to you.

<blockquote>I am quite surprised with what has happened but need to share this with all. It’s pertaining to my application to UCl. It had reached the registry of UCL on January 18 and even received a confirmatory letter bearing application number and detailing out that the application is complete on January 28. For last one whole month I had been regularly making calls to the admission department and had got same response each an every time “that your application is with the law department and same is being considered”. To my horror and surprise when I called the law department I found that they are yet to receive my application from central registry and apparently the same has been lost in transit. This is a very sticky situation as I have been asked to make a new application now….Any suggestions?

</blockquote>

If I were you, the first thing I should do would be calming down... I know that it is easy to say so, but you need to be calm to talk to Admission Department guys.

So ok, as I have applied at the same time frames, I should say, that this all sounds strange. But (1) if you called them and they insured you that you application was sent to consideration, they must not take this information from the ceiling. So in their tracking-system it was marked as "sent to consideration", i.e. they have received it and it was completed. (2) Law Department representative might be mistaken or did not hear your ID information clearly – everything might have happened... so take a deep breath and call them again.

And do not be terrified to go though your application procedure again. You are a lawyer or what? Consider of it as your first legal dispute and nail them!.. You have you letter telling that you application was submitted automatically after the 2-nd reference was received? So tell them about it... Application manager also saved your application and all supporting documents, it can not be destroyed from the server!.. So you need to get a clear answer (1) what has happened? (2) when they will re-send you application to admission office for consideration (THEY have to do it, not you) and (3) make sure that you still have a time privilege, i.e. that you ARE considered as a student, who applied on 28 January 2008 and not a month afterwards, (4) as it was their mistake, make sure that you receive your answer as soon as possible.

It was their fault (so they will have to pay :)) and you have arguments, so win the case! and good luck to you.
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parul209

hi everyone.. i have a query mainly 4 the indian partcipants of this forum, as they would b more aquainted with the demands of legal market in india. when do u think is the right time for one to enrol 4 LLM, immediately after doing LL.B. or after acquring some experience in the feild.
would my position, from employment perspective, be more stronger if i have work ex to supplement my LLm degree.
i am currently in my final year law, have received conditional offers too but have recently discovered the excessive weightage accorded to work ex by the law firms. so m lil confused..
also would like to receive ur comments n suggestions regarding accomodation in Uk. thanks!

hi everyone.. i have a query mainly 4 the indian partcipants of this forum, as they would b more aquainted with the demands of legal market in india. when do u think is the right time for one to enrol 4 LLM, immediately after doing LL.B. or after acquring some experience in the feild.
would my position, from employment perspective, be more stronger if i have work ex to supplement my LLm degree.
i am currently in my final year law, have received conditional offers too but have recently discovered the excessive weightage accorded to work ex by the law firms. so m lil confused..
also would like to receive ur comments n suggestions regarding accomodation in Uk. thanks!
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hi... i am ridima from india... can i get ur email id.... i want to apply to ucl.. need info. thanx. my id is ridimabhargava@yahoo.com
plz mail. thanx

hi... i am ridima from india... can i get ur email id.... i want to apply to ucl.. need info. thanx. my id is ridimabhargava@yahoo.com
plz mail. thanx
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thumy

I have applied on 1 February 2008 to LLM program with UCL, KCL and LSE.

YES, I know that it supposed to be late... but all of the named universities proceeded my applications quite shortly and currently I am under consideration

Does anybody know:

(i) if UCL wrote the official letter and stated that they will make their decision on me by 11 March 2008, is it REALLY possible?.. I was surprised that they stated the term of 5 weeks and proceeded my application so shortly. Is it their standard reply? as i supposed it would take UCL up to 10 weeks (like LSE) to get the decision as I have applied quite late...

(ii) during what period of time does KCL usually response?


Thanks all of you for replies and/or comments (if any)


Hi,
don't know if this information will help. Got the letter from UCL today an it stated a time period of about 6 weeks ( 4th of April). So good luck to you!

<blockquote>I have applied on 1 February 2008 to LLM program with UCL, KCL and LSE.

YES, I know that it supposed to be late... but all of the named universities proceeded my applications quite shortly and currently I am under consideration

Does anybody know:

(i) if UCL wrote the official letter and stated that they will make their decision on me by 11 March 2008, is it REALLY possible?.. I was surprised that they stated the term of 5 weeks and proceeded my application so shortly. Is it their standard reply? as i supposed it would take UCL up to 10 weeks (like LSE) to get the decision as I have applied quite late...

(ii) during what period of time does KCL usually response?


Thanks all of you for replies and/or comments (if any)</blockquote>

Hi,
don't know if this information will help. Got the letter from UCL today an it stated a time period of about 6 weeks ( 4th of April). So good luck to you!
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MariArti

thumy,

many thanks for your reply.

As they have estemated almost the same period for you and me, I do really hope to recieve the decision next week... fingers crossed and hope for the better :)

good luch for you with your applications!


I have applied on 1 February 2008 to LLM program with UCL, KCL and LSE.

YES, I know that it supposed to be late... but all of the named universities proceeded my applications quite shortly and currently I am under consideration

Does anybody know:

(i) if UCL wrote the official letter and stated that they will make their decision on me by 11 March 2008, is it REALLY possible?.. I was surprised that they stated the term of 5 weeks and proceeded my application so shortly. Is it their standard reply? as i supposed it would take UCL up to 10 weeks (like LSE) to get the decision as I have applied quite late...

(ii) during what period of time does KCL usually response?


Thanks all of you for replies and/or comments (if any)


Hi,
don't know if this information will help. Got the letter from UCL today an it stated a time period of about 6 weeks ( 4th of April). So good luck to you!

thumy,

many thanks for your reply.

As they have estemated almost the same period for you and me, I do really hope to recieve the decision next week... fingers crossed and hope for the better :)

good luch for you with your applications!


<blockquote><blockquote>I have applied on 1 February 2008 to LLM program with UCL, KCL and LSE.

YES, I know that it supposed to be late... but all of the named universities proceeded my applications quite shortly and currently I am under consideration

Does anybody know:

(i) if UCL wrote the official letter and stated that they will make their decision on me by 11 March 2008, is it REALLY possible?.. I was surprised that they stated the term of 5 weeks and proceeded my application so shortly. Is it their standard reply? as i supposed it would take UCL up to 10 weeks (like LSE) to get the decision as I have applied quite late...

(ii) during what period of time does KCL usually response?


Thanks all of you for replies and/or comments (if any)</blockquote>

Hi,
don't know if this information will help. Got the letter from UCL today an it stated a time period of about 6 weeks ( 4th of April). So good luck to you!</blockquote>
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Brett

I am slightly curious (although not too concerned) as to why my letter had no notification date on, everyone else has by the sounds of it... Any thoughts, I've been waiting 5 weeks so far?

I am slightly curious (although not too concerned) as to why my letter had no notification date on, everyone else has by the sounds of it... Any thoughts, I've been waiting 5 weeks so far?
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