Question LLM Africa/Middle East


Dear all

I am looking for a master in Africa or in the Middle East, any of you can suggest a master in this area?
Does anybody know if the LLM on money laundering at Dubai University worth it?

Thanks in advance
Kind Regards

Matteo
Dear all

I am looking for a master in Africa or in the Middle East, any of you can suggest a master in this area?
Does anybody know if the LLM on money laundering at Dubai University worth it?

Thanks in advance
Kind Regards

Matteo
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Dear all

I am looking for a master in Africa or in the Middle East, any of you can suggest a master in this area?
Does anybody know if the LLM on money laundering at Dubai University worth it?

Thanks in advance
Kind Regards

Matteo


If you are looking at an LLM and you are serious, you are going about it the wrong way.
a. Find an area of specialism that you are interested in
b. List down all the universities in Africa/Middle East that offer that specialism.
c. Look at how each of those universities is ranked.
d. Look at the content of their LLMs in that field.
e. Make a shortlist of the top ranked.
f. Then apply to them.
[quote]Dear all

I am looking for a master in Africa or in the Middle East, any of you can suggest a master in this area?
Does anybody know if the LLM on money laundering at Dubai University worth it?

Thanks in advance
Kind Regards

Matteo[/quote]

If you are looking at an LLM and you are serious, you are going about it the wrong way.
a. Find an area of specialism that you are interested in
b. List down all the universities in Africa/Middle East that offer that specialism.
c. Look at how each of those universities is ranked.
d. Look at the content of their LLMs in that field.
e. Make a shortlist of the top ranked.
f. Then apply to them.
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you simply not answered. I really don't know why you did it. I asked for a real advice you answered with a list of things to do without any content. What did you suggest is what people do every day, there is something more than a rank like the experiences, stuff like these are not ranked. An LLM is more than a position in a ranking.
you simply not answered. I really don't know why you did it. I asked for a real advice you answered with a list of things to do without any content. What did you suggest is what people do every day, there is something more than a rank like the experiences, stuff like these are not ranked. An LLM is more than a position in a ranking.
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LegalLife
you simply not answered. I really don't know why you did it. I asked for a real advice you answered with a list of things to do without any content. What did you suggest is what people do every day, there is something more than a rank like the experiences, stuff like these are not ranked. An LLM is more than a position in a ranking.


I will stick to my advice.

You said "I am looking for a master in Africa or in the Middle East, any of you can suggest a master in this area?"

My answer: There are thousands of LLMs in this region. You simply cannot just say you are looking for an LLM. What LLM are you looking for? LLM in what? In IP? In media law? In commercial law? In finance law? In employment law? In human rights? In project finance? In international law? In what? What LLM are you looking at? Until you decide on a field of law that you love and you want to pursue, you will not be able to have any meaningful engagement on this. So again, I say;
a. Find an area of specialism that you are interested in
b. List down all the universities in Africa/Middle East that offer that specialism.
c. Look at how each of those universities is ranked.
d. Look at the content of their LLMs in that field.
e. Make a shortlist of the top ranked.
f. Then apply to them.

You then said "What did you suggest is what people do every day, there is something more than a rank like the experiences, stuff like these are not ranked."
My reply is that you asked about LLMs in general. You did not ask about social life, employability, graduation rates etc. I answered what you asked.

You then said "An LLM is more than a position in a ranking."
My reply is that actually it is more than that. It starts with finding out what your intended specialism is, the same advice i offered you in the initial post. As someone who has been in the legal field for over 5 years with various qualifications in law, it matters what your university was. It is not simply about going to a law university that no one knows about,. This is your future. Make it worthwhile.

PS: "you simply not answered. I really don't know why you did it. I asked for a real advice you answered with a list of things to do without any content" is an extremely rude thing to say to people who are trying to read through your very difficult English in order to give you an answer. Being rude is not nice.
[quote]you simply not answered. I really don't know why you did it. I asked for a real advice you answered with a list of things to do without any content. What did you suggest is what people do every day, there is something more than a rank like the experiences, stuff like these are not ranked. An LLM is more than a position in a ranking. [/quote]

I will stick to my advice.

You said "I am looking for a master in Africa or in the Middle East, any of you can suggest a master in this area?"

My answer: There are thousands of LLMs in this region. You simply cannot just say you are looking for an LLM. What LLM are you looking for? LLM in what? In IP? In media law? In commercial law? In finance law? In employment law? In human rights? In project finance? In international law? In what? What LLM are you looking at? Until you decide on a field of law that you love and you want to pursue, you will not be able to have any meaningful engagement on this. So again, I say;
a. Find an area of specialism that you are interested in
b. List down all the universities in Africa/Middle East that offer that specialism.
c. Look at how each of those universities is ranked.
d. Look at the content of their LLMs in that field.
e. Make a shortlist of the top ranked.
f. Then apply to them.

You then said "What did you suggest is what people do every day, there is something more than a rank like the experiences, stuff like these are not ranked."
My reply is that you asked about LLMs in general. You did not ask about social life, employability, graduation rates etc. I answered what you asked.

You then said "An LLM is more than a position in a ranking."
My reply is that actually it is more than that. It starts with finding out what your intended specialism is, the same advice i offered you in the initial post. As someone who has been in the legal field for over 5 years with various qualifications in law, it matters what your university was. It is not simply about going to a law university that no one knows about,. This is your future. Make it worthwhile.

PS: "you simply not answered. I really don't know why you did it. I asked for a real advice you answered with a list of things to do without any content" is an extremely rude thing to say to people who are trying to read through your very difficult English in order to give you an answer. Being rude is not nice.
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