LLM Query


Hi everybody!
Im a new user of this amazing LLM guide. Im in my first year of Law- Bombay University. Ive made up my mind to go for LLM. I have a few doubts regarding this and think you people can help me out.
- Im not sure if its worth to go for an LLM from an overseas university if Ive graduated from India.
- I went through the LLM course offered by NUS and felt that it lays more emphasis on Finance and Business. So if I decide to try for it, would it be necessary to have a strong background in Commerce? (I dont have any as I come from the Arts faculty) If I decide to settle for an LLM from India, what would be my career prospects anywhere abroad? Would it make a big difference if one does it from institutes like NLSIU/NALSAR or is Bombay Uni. Good enough?
It would be great if anybody can help me clear these doubts or share your views and experiences regarding the same. Ill be looking forward to it!
Luck!

Hi everybody!
I’m a new user of this amazing LLM guide. I’m in my first year of Law- Bombay University. I’ve made up my mind to go for LLM. I have a few doubts regarding this and think you people can help me out.
- I’m not sure if it’s worth to go for an LLM from an overseas university if I’ve graduated from India.
- I went through the LLM course offered by NUS and felt that it lays more emphasis on Finance and Business. So if I decide to try for it, would it be necessary to have a strong background in Commerce? (I don’t have any as I come from the Arts faculty) If I decide to settle for an LLM from India, what would be my career prospects anywhere abroad? Would it make a big difference if one does it from institutes like NLSIU/NALSAR or is Bombay Uni. Good enough?
It would be great if anybody can help me clear these doubts or share your views and experiences regarding the same. I’ll be looking forward to it!
Luck!
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NUS-LLM

No, it is not necessary for you to have a strong existing background in Commerce. Your present LLB course should have enough modules on contracts and company law to put you in good stead for any LLM programme with an advanced commercial or business specialisation.

Alan Tan
NUS Law

No, it is not necessary for you to have a strong existing background in Commerce. Your present LLB course should have enough modules on contracts and company law to put you in good stead for any LLM programme with an advanced commercial or business specialisation.

Alan Tan
NUS Law
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