LLM in International Tax EU, 2009/2010


Morenita

Dear all,

I would very appreciate if someone could give me a piece of advice regarding some schools I have been accepted in.
In particular, I applied for an Intarnational Tax LLM in Leiden, Vienna, Tilburg/Leuven, Maastricht, King's College London, Queen Mary and LSE and almost all of them have sent me an offer. Now, because I am going to pay the LLM I mean I don't have a schoolarship, I would like to make the right decision but I am very confused.

Thank you!

Dear all,

I would very appreciate if someone could give me a piece of advice regarding some schools I have been accepted in.
In particular, I applied for an Intarnational Tax LLM in Leiden, Vienna, Tilburg/Leuven, Maastricht, King's College London, Queen Mary and LSE and almost all of them have sent me an offer. Now, because I am going to pay the LLM I mean I don't have a schoolarship, I would like to make the right decision but I am very confused.

Thank you!
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tobyuk

Hi Morenita, first you have some very good offers there so many congratulations. I can tell you that in London the Queen Mary tax program has a stellar reputation because of the expert faculty particulary Southern and Scwartz but also O'Shea on EC tax law. LSE's reputation of course is peerless in London but its tax faculty is not as strong as that of QMUL. As regards the continental European universities you have mentioned I have no local knowledge of reputation of program reputation. In summary, I would recommend choosing LSE if you are interested in obtaining a prestigious qualification which leaves your career options open but QMUL if you are set on tax law for life because of the more prestigious tax law faculty who are well known, at least in the UK, to those practising tax law.

Hi Morenita, first you have some very good offers there so many congratulations. I can tell you that in London the Queen Mary tax program has a stellar reputation because of the expert faculty particulary Southern and Scwartz but also O'Shea on EC tax law. LSE's reputation of course is peerless in London but its tax faculty is not as strong as that of QMUL. As regards the continental European universities you have mentioned I have no local knowledge of reputation of program reputation. In summary, I would recommend choosing LSE if you are interested in obtaining a prestigious qualification which leaves your career options open but QMUL if you are set on tax law for life because of the more prestigious tax law faculty who are well known, at least in the UK, to those practising tax law.
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Morenita

Hi Toby,
it was so kind of you to reply so quickly.. Well u r right I mean about London universities...I had a look at the european ranking and actually KCL is ranked between the very high positions in regard to Law School! I am still waiting for a reply from QMUL which I know is a good one too...And apart from that I am really in love with London then it would be nice to live there...Do you work in this field too?

Hi Toby,
it was so kind of you to reply so quickly.. Well u r right I mean about London universities...I had a look at the european ranking and actually KCL is ranked between the very high positions in regard to Law School! I am still waiting for a reply from QMUL which I know is a good one too...And apart from that I am really in love with London then it would be nice to live there...Do you work in this field too?
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Rajab

Hello Morenita

I also have offers from Kings and QMUL and finding it very difficult to decide between them. QMUL is supposed to be better on the international and EC tax side, but Kings is supposed to be better on the domestic tax side.

I am probably leaning towards Kings because I think it has a better overally reputation.

Have you made your mind up yet?

Best

Rajab

Hello Morenita

I also have offers from Kings and QMUL and finding it very difficult to decide between them. QMUL is supposed to be better on the international and EC tax side, but Kings is supposed to be better on the domestic tax side.

I am probably leaning towards Kings because I think it has a better overally reputation.

Have you made your mind up yet?

Best

Rajab
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Morenita

u right! So I am moving next Sat. once I'll be there I'll make a decision...still confusing because actually I am interested in international tax but I know King's has a better reputation? When will u be in London?

u right! So I am moving next Sat. once I'll be there I'll make a decision...still confusing because actually I am interested in international tax but I know King's has a better reputation? When will u be in London?
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Rajab

I already live in London.

Would be happy to meet up for a drink once you are here.

Any more ideas on which one you will go for?

Rajab

I already live in London.

Would be happy to meet up for a drink once you are here.

Any more ideas on which one you will go for?

Rajab
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Morenita

Sure I'd like to! I'll be there in a week time....Keep in touch! I'll let you know, ok?
Ro.

Sure I'd like to! I'll be there in a week time....Keep in touch! I'll let you know, ok?
Ro.
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Morenita

Do u fancy a chat? I am in London...l am staying in North London but soon I'll move to South London...let me know!
Roby

Do u fancy a chat? I am in London...l am staying in North London but soon I'll move to South London...let me know!
Roby
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Rajab

Hi Roby

Sure - what is your number?

Best

Rajab

Hi Roby

Sure - what is your number?

Best

Rajab
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Rajab

Hi Roby

I actually lost your number. Can you please email it again to Tudehope149@gmail.com?

Thanks

Rajab

Hi Roby

I actually lost your number. Can you please email it again to Tudehope149@gmail.com?

Thanks

Rajab
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piya

Hey guys... I want to know what are the career opportunities in UK after doing an LLM in tax. FYI, I have an year's experience in tax outside the UK.

Hey guys... I want to know what are the career opportunities in UK after doing an LLM in tax. FYI, I have an year's experience in tax outside the UK.
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Does any of you know whether work experience is "absolutely" required for an admission to the LLM International Tax at WU.

I have some work experience with law firms but not specifically in tax. However, my LLB program focuses in tax law and I recently graduated from the program. I have secured a career position involving tax policy which will start after I finish LLM.

Could someone help me figure out if I should apply to the LLM Tax at WU as a newly graduated person?

Does any of you know whether work experience is "absolutely" required for an admission to the LLM International Tax at WU.

I have some work experience with law firms but not specifically in tax. However, my LLB program focuses in tax law and I recently graduated from the program. I have secured a career position involving tax policy which will start after I finish LLM.

Could someone help me figure out if I should apply to the LLM Tax at WU as a newly graduated person?
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piya

Hi Morenita and Rajab,

Are you doing your tax LLM in Kings or QM ? could you tell me how your experience is, how is the teaching and what are the career prospects? I am a foreigner and have a year's practise as taxation lawyer in India. I was wondering if an LLM will help me work in the taxation field here in UK. Please advise. Thanks in advance.

Hi Morenita and Rajab,

Are you doing your tax LLM in Kings or QM ? could you tell me how your experience is, how is the teaching and what are the career prospects? I am a foreigner and have a year's practise as taxation lawyer in India. I was wondering if an LLM will help me work in the taxation field here in UK. Please advise. Thanks in advance.
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barmenator

Guys,

I am looking for a good LLM in International Tax taught in English but in a french/german language speaking country (so not interested in the US nor in England).

I'm looking into Leuven/Tilburg European tax College or the Vienna University, but I can't find any specialized rankings on the web.

Does anybody know which Tax School would be the best?

Guys,

I am looking for a good LLM in International Tax taught in English but in a french/german language speaking country (so not interested in the US nor in England).

I'm looking into Leuven/Tilburg European tax College or the Vienna University, but I can't find any specialized rankings on the web.

Does anybody know which Tax School would be the best?
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