Accepted by a law school but without enough money to afford it-Reapply next year


Hey guys, I have a doubt in my head which I think you may help me to clarify. What happens if you do not accept a school admission letter because you do not have enough money to pay it? Can you reapply next year? Would not be negatively considered? Please let me you know your standpoints since this hypotetical situation could be mine...
Thank you!

Hey guys, I have a doubt in my head which I think you may help me to clarify. What happens if you do not accept a school admission letter because you do not have enough money to pay it? Can you reapply next year? Would not be negatively considered? Please let me you know your standpoints since this hypotetical situation could be mine...
Thank you!
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cjbn

some universities let you defer your admission for next year in some circumstances. If you get accepted but don't have the money maybe you just can defer for 2015-2016, in that case you don't have to do the application process all over again. If they don't let you defer of course you can apply again next year. You can also look for scholarships offered by some universities after you are given an offer. For instance Queen Mary, Essex and LSE (the ones i'm applying) give financial support to which you can apply only after you've been given an offer.

some universities let you defer your admission for next year in some circumstances. If you get accepted but don't have the money maybe you just can defer for 2015-2016, in that case you don't have to do the application process all over again. If they don't let you defer of course you can apply again next year. You can also look for scholarships offered by some universities after you are given an offer. For instance Queen Mary, Essex and LSE (the ones i'm applying) give financial support to which you can apply only after you've been given an offer.
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Chinaman

Quick question,
Doesn't Essex automatically consider you for certain scholarships?

Quick question,
Doesn't Essex automatically consider you for certain scholarships?
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For LSE at least you can submit your application for financial aid even before you've been accepted. 2-3 weeks after you submit your application you get an email informing you of the procedure (you need to submit a separate request for financial aid which looks a lot like the application itself - same web interface).

Cheers and Good Luck to all...

For LSE at least you can submit your application for financial aid even before you've been accepted. 2-3 weeks after you submit your application you get an email informing you of the procedure (you need to submit a separate request for financial aid which looks a lot like the application itself - same web interface).

Cheers and Good Luck to all...
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