LLM Competition Law - KCL/LSE/CoE


Hello everyone! I am a EU qualified lawyer with experience in competition law and after the LLM I would like to find a law firm in Brussels focused on competition law.
I have applied to King's College, London School of Economics and College of Europe, but I still don't know which to choose? I'm attracted by the idea to experience London, but I don't know how KCL/LSE's career networks are. Besides, for what I've heard, the CoE seems to have a great job placement network. Any insight/suggestions?
Thanks to all!

Hello everyone! I am a EU qualified lawyer with experience in competition law and after the LLM I would like to find a law firm in Brussels focused on competition law.
I have applied to King's College, London School of Economics and College of Europe, but I still don't know which to choose? I'm attracted by the idea to experience London, but I don't know how KCL/LSE's career networks are. Besides, for what I've heard, the CoE seems to have a great job placement network. Any insight/suggestions?
Thanks to all!
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Hey! I think that out of KCL and LSE, KCL definitely has the better reputation for Competition Law, and I would say quite a presence in Brussels. But to be fair, I think it would be hard to beat the CoE network, as most of them are recruited right out of the LLM.

Hey! I think that out of KCL and LSE, KCL definitely has the better reputation for Competition Law, and I would say quite a presence in Brussels. But to be fair, I think it would be hard to beat the CoE network, as most of them are recruited right out of the LLM.
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I have received offers from UCL (8 weeks from date of application), KCL (7 weeks) and QMUL (3 weeks), all in the last few days. I wish to choose Competition Law as my specialisation. And now comes the dilemma of choosing the final university. At one hand the Competition Law LLM Course at UCL has been ranked number 1 in the world (by this website) for a the last few years, consistently. Whereas, at KCL the professors (especially Dr. Richard Whish) are authorities in this area of law.

Any assistance, leads, suggestions, contacts etc. would be highly appreciated to help me resolve this!

Thanks for the help. Congratulations to all other candidates! And good luck to all awaiting responses!

I have received offers from UCL (8 weeks from date of application), KCL (7 weeks) and QMUL (3 weeks), all in the last few days. I wish to choose Competition Law as my specialisation. And now comes the dilemma of choosing the final university. At one hand the Competition Law LLM Course at UCL has been ranked number 1 in the world (by this website) for a the last few years, consistently. Whereas, at KCL the professors (especially Dr. Richard Whish) are authorities in this area of law.

Any assistance, leads, suggestions, contacts etc. would be highly appreciated to help me resolve this!

Thanks for the help. Congratulations to all other candidates! And good luck to all awaiting responses!
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