Sydney LLM v ANU LLM


pjang
Hi

I got my LLB from Melb so wanted to try out a new uni but really not sure which one to pick

seems like sydney has more range of units that i can take while ANU is cheaper than sydney however since Im interested in commercial stuff, both unis will suit for me

i dont mind canberra being a boring place to live since i got few frens workin there. should be alright

after LLM i wanna try working in overseas or sydney. which one should i choose?

+ if i do intensive units, does that mean that i only have ot be in canberra for a week if the assessment can be handed in online? cause i dont want to move over to canberra for a year paying rent
Hi

I got my LLB from Melb so wanted to try out a new uni but really not sure which one to pick

seems like sydney has more range of units that i can take while ANU is cheaper than sydney however since Im interested in commercial stuff, both unis will suit for me

i dont mind canberra being a boring place to live since i got few frens workin there. should be alright

after LLM i wanna try working in overseas or sydney. which one should i choose?

+ if i do intensive units, does that mean that i only have ot be in canberra for a week if the assessment can be handed in online? cause i dont want to move over to canberra for a year paying rent
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Gregor2009
If you choose intensive courses, you will only need to be on-campus when classes are being delivered. I am aware ANU has some fully online courses so you do not even have to be on-campus when these subjects are being delivered.

I would recommend you have a look at the timetime/course offerings for 2011 to determine which university has more courses which interests you (both have very good reputation).

Cheers,
G
If you choose intensive courses, you will only need to be on-campus when classes are being delivered. I am aware ANU has some fully online courses so you do not even have to be on-campus when these subjects are being delivered.

I would recommend you have a look at the timetime/course offerings for 2011 to determine which university has more courses which interests you (both have very good reputation).

Cheers,
G
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Dear Pjang,

both Uni's are good. I did mine through ANU.

ANU has the best International rankings but Syd has got snobbish vallue.

Have a look around and see if there are employer preferences for one uni or the other.

Why not consider an SJD? The Masters subjects that you complete may provide advanced standing. Look at LaTrobe and also Queensland University of Technology.
Dear Pjang,

both Uni's are good. I did mine through ANU.

ANU has the best International rankings but Syd has got snobbish vallue.

Have a look around and see if there are employer preferences for one uni or the other.

Why not consider an SJD? The Masters subjects that you complete may provide advanced standing. Look at LaTrobe and also Queensland University of Technology.
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