End of the inter-collegiate degree
By Jazzman in Jazzman@UCL2006-2007 on Sep 14, 2006
It does seem now that the Laws Faculty has confirmed, albeit still quietly, that this will be the last year of the inter-collegiate London LLM. Sad in a way I'm sure - there will certainly not be the same level of choice offered. I think it was inevitable that this would happen after the LSE withdrew some three years ago.
Still no announcement from the school about the structure of future LLMs
An interesting point is perhaps the fees. A friend who completed the LLM last year has told me that the fees have increased by almost £1,000. It appears that the college is attempting to catch up with the LSE which now charges over £8,000 and that's just for a home student like myself!! It might be a good idea for any intending applicants to apply asap!
hitesh K.Monk, Sep 11, 2008 06:29
may, Sep 15, 2006 16:27
yes, even i have been told by someone (although unofficially) that the UoL LLM is off starting next year.
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