IP law - LLM Magister Lvcentinvs(Alicante) vs QMUL


Stef90

Hi there, I have to decide between two LLM in IP Law.
Can anyone give me feedback about Magister Lvcentinus and the one at Queen Mary? Considering general quality of teaching, employment opportunities and expenses (fees, cost of living).
I have been admitted in both.
Thanks in advance!!

Hi there, I have to decide between two LLM in IP Law.
Can anyone give me feedback about Magister Lvcentinus and the one at Queen Mary? Considering general quality of teaching, employment opportunities and expenses (fees, cost of living).
I have been admitted in both.
Thanks in advance!!
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manfred

Hi Stef90,

It really depends on what you are looking for. Is it the academic side that is important to you and the reputation of the University next to employment opportunities? Then I would say choose Queen Mary.
If you are looking for lower expenses, and wish to pick up some Spanish on side, choose the Magister Lvcentinvs at Alicante.

Hi Stef90,

It really depends on what you are looking for. Is it the academic side that is important to you and the reputation of the University next to employment opportunities? Then I would say choose Queen Mary.
If you are looking for lower expenses, and wish to pick up some Spanish on side, choose the Magister Lvcentinvs at Alicante.
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Stef90

Thanks manfred!

Basically are you saying that the ML would be good just because cheaper and in order to pick up some spanish? I believe too that QM is generally better but don't you reckon that Alicante has some pros?
I mean, it's part of the same network (EIPIN) with QM, Maastricht etc, obviusly it has the best connections with the Office for the Harmonization in the Internal Market, which is based in Alicante...and, as far as I know, is in any case the best IP LLM in Spain, don't you think so?

Anyway, would you define the IP LLM at QM the best in Europe?

Thanks manfred!

Basically are you saying that the ML would be good just because cheaper and in order to pick up some spanish? I believe too that QM is generally better but don't you reckon that Alicante has some pros?
I mean, it's part of the same network (EIPIN) with QM, Maastricht etc, obviusly it has the best connections with the Office for the Harmonization in the Internal Market, which is based in Alicante...and, as far as I know, is in any case the best IP LLM in Spain, don't you think so?

Anyway, would you define the IP LLM at QM the best in Europe?

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