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    I have applied for child nursing but haven't heard anything yet, should I be worried
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    (Original post by Alicia jodi)
    I have applied for child nursing but haven't heard anything yet, should I be worried
    No need to worry! They've got until May, and some admissions officers simply prefer to wait to get many of the january deadline ones as well so they can consider all of them.
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    (Original post by vossari)
    No need to worry! They've got until May, and some admissions officers simply prefer to wait to get many of the january deadline ones as well so they can consider all of them.
    Ah okay thank you. That's the last one I'm waiting to hear from so was just abit nervous haha
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    anyone heard anything from law? :/
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    Hi everyone,
    I had applied for the MSc international marketing and I received an offer.
    However I don't have any business related experience I did my undergraduate in a science subject and all my internship experience to has been related to that field. I was wondering how the course is? For a science graduate and someone with no business related experience also does that course have a lot of maths and statistical components to it? Please let me know. Any advice from past or current students would be appreciated
    Thanks
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    Hi all!

    I applied in October last year to the Liberal Arts course at King's and heard back super quickly -- it was weird and great!

    I am really happy to have received an offer from one of the most prestigious universities in the globe, but I have my doubts about how much I would enjoy studying at King's... Has anyone else applied to do Liberal Arts there? I am concerned with the amount of contact time I'll have and also whether teaching will be happening mostly in lectures or in small group seminars and things like that.

    Does anyone have any thoughts or maybe similar concerns??

    Val :-)
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    Applied 14th October and offer on the 26th of the same month for BA Politics

    AAAA at AS (History, Politics, Sociology and Religious Studies) and predicted A*A*A in the first three

    Good luck everyone!
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    anyone heard back for political economy?
    been over 5 weeks now
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    Just got a Biochemistry offer


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    Has anyone applied to study Business Management?
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    Has anyone emailed KCL about the offer-holders open day email? Apparently mostly of PPE applicants had received it. If yes, what did they tell you?
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    Hi, I am from India. I have applied for the MSc in Financial Mathematics course at LSE, UCL, Kings and Imperial. As of now, I have an offer from kings. What kind of employment opportunities are there for post grads from King's College, London from this course
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    (Original post by aisha0107)
    Hi, I am from India. I have applied for the MSc in Financial Mathematics course at LSE, UCL, Kings and Imperial. As of now, I have an offer from kings. What kind of employment opportunities are there for post grads from King's College, London from this course
    Hi there!

    I'm not an expert in finance, but I would say you would have a world of opportunities! Being in London is already an advantage, seeing as it is one of the financial hubs of the world. King's (or any of the other universities you mentioned) is also a very prestigious university and so having their name on your CV puts you ahead of a good fraction of the competition!

    Good luck!
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    Just wondering - does anybody know if it's typically a bad sign if you haven't heard back yet? The Kings portal page says that they aim to let everyone know the outcome within 60 working days, and it's been longer than that since I submitted my application for Law (5th October). Does anybody know if such a late reply is a bad sign? It probably means nothing, but I'm getting a bit anxious about it now lmao
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    (Original post by borbv)
    Hi there!

    I'm not an expert in finance, but I would say you would have a world of opportunities! Being in London is already an advantage, seeing as it is one of the financial hubs of the world. King's (or any of the other universities you mentioned) is also a very prestigious university and so having their name on your CV puts you ahead of a good fraction of the competition!

    Good luck!

    Thank you..that really helped.
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    (Original post by chloetraynor)
    Just wondering - does anybody know if it's typically a bad sign if you haven't heard back yet? The Kings portal page says that they aim to let everyone know the outcome within 60 working days, and it's been longer than that since I submitted my application for Law (5th October). Does anybody know if such a late reply is a bad sign? It probably means nothing, but I'm getting a bit anxious about it now lmao
    Whilst I didn't apply for law, I know that King's Law programme is really popular, like, insanely so, so it could be taking a very long time to work through all the applicants. I would definitely chase them up on it, just send them a message through the portal asking if they're making any progress with your application. I'm sure it's nothing awful but it never hurts to ask - it shows you want their university if you chase them up on it too!! Good luck!!
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    There's an option on 'my application' that I can send a research proposal. I have one on my Nuffield research placement from last year. Is it worth sending it?

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    (Original post by ntanationa)
    Has anyone emailed KCL about the offer-holders open day email? Apparently mostly of PPE applicants had received it. If yes, what did they tell you?
    Hey,

    Yes I received it and emailed them, they said that that they sent them out so we would know in case we got an offer... kind of stupid in my view but wtv. They said we'll know by end of February.
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    (Original post by hesitantbookworm)
    Whilst I didn't apply for law, I know that King's Law programme is really popular, like, insanely so, so it could be taking a very long time to work through all the applicants. I would definitely chase them up on it, just send them a message through the portal asking if they're making any progress with your application. I'm sure it's nothing awful but it never hurts to ask - it shows you want their university if you chase them up on it too!! Good luck!!
    Thanks, I might do! I'm sure they'll just say something along the lines of "We'll get back to you when we can", I guess I'm just being impatient!

    (Love the icon and username btw, I used to be a big fan too!)
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    FYI for all you PPE applicants

    Dear Aristotelis,Thank you for your message.I am sorry for the confusion our email may have caused. Your application to the PPE course is still under consideration and we hope to make a decision on it as soon as possible. As this is one of our most competitive programmes this may take until February. In the meantime, we thought you should be made aware of the offer holder days, would you wish to attend later in the year.I hope this is helpful and please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any further queries.Yours sincerely,Matthew Thomas, Admission Officer, Political Economy
 
 
 
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