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GirlWind

Dear all,

please let me know if anybody applied/got an offer for the LLM program at the QMUL in Paris. What do you know about this program in Paris?
I have got an offer with start in January 2015.

Dear all,

please let me know if anybody applied/got an offer for the LLM program at the QMUL in Paris. What do you know about this program in Paris?
I have got an offer with start in January 2015.
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Pablo Vera

Dear GirlWind,

I'm also doing my application for the Paris program LLM. Can we talk privately?

Dear GirlWind,

I'm also doing my application for the Paris program LLM. Can we talk privately?

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sanglard

Me too, i've applied for the program in Paris. Still waiting for the results.

Me too, i've applied for the program in Paris. Still waiting for the results.
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Pablo Vera

I already got my admission!

I already got my admission!
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sanglard

Hei Pablo, when did you applied? Best

Hei Pablo, when did you applied? Best
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GirlWind

Dear All,

Glad to know you. I deferred my offer to September 2015, so I will start my studying in Paris in September.

What are your date of start? September 2015? Full-time or Part-time program?

Dear All,

Glad to know you. I deferred my offer to September 2015, so I will start my studying in Paris in September.

What are your date of start? September 2015? Full-time or Part-time program?

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GirlWind

I was provided with the unconditional offer for LL.M. in International Business Law, Part-time

I was provided with the unconditional offer for LL.M. in International Business Law, Part-time
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sanglard

I've applied for the full-time llm this September/2015. But today i received an offer from Fribourg. Lets wait and see. Glad to hear that. Congrats.

I've applied for the full-time llm this September/2015. But today i received an offer from Fribourg. Lets wait and see. Glad to hear that. Congrats.
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GirlWind

Dear Sanglard,
have you heard any good opinion about QMUL (Paris program)?
Is it an interesting program?

Dear Sanglard,
have you heard any good opinion about QMUL (Paris program)?
Is it an interesting program?
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Hi, I want to apply this year, but I would like to know how was your experience, is it good? teachers, premises, would you recommend it? or is it better to go to london?
Please all information is important

Hi, I want to apply this year, but I would like to know how was your experience, is it good? teachers, premises, would you recommend it? or is it better to go to london?
Please all information is important
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Dear all,

please let me know if anybody applied/got an offer for the LLM program at the QMUL in Paris. What do you know about this program in Paris?
I have got an offer with start in January 2015.

Hi? I would like to ask you about your experience in the llm did younlike it would you recommend it?

[quote]Dear all,

please let me know if anybody applied/got an offer for the LLM program at the QMUL in Paris. What do you know about this program in Paris?
I have got an offer with start in January 2015.

Hi? I would like to ask you about your experience in the llm did younlike it would you recommend it?
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LLMjc

Hi!
I am currently a student in this LLM program in Paris, so hopefully I can give you some useful feedback.

It is a really good program! But the structure is very different from the LLM in London, so you should really think about what fits you best. In London you have the usual format of classes taught throughout the semester, a couple of times per week. Here, however, a class is taught in seminars usually over 5 to 8 days (either all day or in the evenings). This means that you need to prepare much more beforehand and it shifts the focus to your own research, more than just attending class.

The Professors are the same in London and in Paris and you have the benefit of having 5 to 15 students per class. It's really a great way to learn!

The classes are taught in the ULIP building in Paris. It isn't "university big" but there is enough room. The library is also small, but you have so many amazing places to study in Paris that it doesn't really make a difference.

You do have less resources than in London (ie support staff and books). I guess it's just a matter of getting used to asking instead of just going to the shelf and grab a book or knocking on someone's door. But you have staff based in Paris that helps you a lot and a lot of class materials are made available.

Also check the curriculum. The modules available in London and in Paris are very different.

Hope this helps!
Good luck!

Hi!
I am currently a student in this LLM program in Paris, so hopefully I can give you some useful feedback.

It is a really good program! But the structure is very different from the LLM in London, so you should really think about what fits you best. In London you have the usual format of classes taught throughout the semester, a couple of times per week. Here, however, a class is taught in seminars usually over 5 to 8 days (either all day or in the evenings). This means that you need to prepare much more beforehand and it shifts the focus to your own research, more than just attending class.

The Professors are the same in London and in Paris and you have the benefit of having 5 to 15 students per class. It's really a great way to learn!

The classes are taught in the ULIP building in Paris. It isn't "university big" but there is enough room. The library is also small, but you have so many amazing places to study in Paris that it doesn't really make a difference.

You do have less resources than in London (ie support staff and books). I guess it's just a matter of getting used to asking instead of just going to the shelf and grab a book or knocking on someone's door. But you have staff based in Paris that helps you a lot and a lot of class materials are made available.

Also check the curriculum. The modules available in London and in Paris are very different.

Hope this helps!
Good luck!
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going

Has anyone applied for a post-graduate loan?
I am wondering if we are actually eligible if the course is in paris but it is a UK university.

Has anyone applied for a post-graduate loan?
I am wondering if we are actually eligible if the course is in paris but it is a UK university.
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Hi!
I am currently a student in this LLM program in Paris, so hopefully I can give you some useful feedback.

It is a really good program! But the structure is very different from the LLM in London, so you should really think about what fits you best. In London you have the usual format of classes taught throughout the semester, a couple of times per week. Here, however, a class is taught in seminars usually over 5 to 8 days (either all day or in the evenings). This means that you need to prepare much more beforehand and it shifts the focus to your own research, more than just attending class.

The Professors are the same in London and in Paris and you have the benefit of having 5 to 15 students per class. It's really a great way to learn!

The classes are taught in the ULIP building in Paris. It isn't "university big" but there is enough room. The library is also small, but you have so many amazing places to study in Paris that it doesn't really make a difference.

You do have less resources than in London (ie support staff and books). I guess it's just a matter of getting used to asking instead of just going to the shelf and grab a book or knocking on someone's door. But you have staff based in Paris that helps you a lot and a lot of class materials are made available.

Also check the curriculum. The modules available in London and in Paris are very different.

Hope this helps!
Good luck!

[quote]Hi!
I am currently a student in this LLM program in Paris, so hopefully I can give you some useful feedback.

It is a really good program! But the structure is very different from the LLM in London, so you should really think about what fits you best. In London you have the usual format of classes taught throughout the semester, a couple of times per week. Here, however, a class is taught in seminars usually over 5 to 8 days (either all day or in the evenings). This means that you need to prepare much more beforehand and it shifts the focus to your own research, more than just attending class.

The Professors are the same in London and in Paris and you have the benefit of having 5 to 15 students per class. It's really a great way to learn!

The classes are taught in the ULIP building in Paris. It isn't "university big" but there is enough room. The library is also small, but you have so many amazing places to study in Paris that it doesn't really make a difference.

You do have less resources than in London (ie support staff and books). I guess it's just a matter of getting used to asking instead of just going to the shelf and grab a book or knocking on someone's door. But you have staff based in Paris that helps you a lot and a lot of class materials are made available.

Also check the curriculum. The modules available in London and in Paris are very different.

Hope this helps!
Good luck![/quote]
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Hi,

Thank you so much for the information is very useful to me, actually my real problem will the classes during 8 consecutives days, to much informatiom in a short period I guess I prefer london style, which specialism are you taking?

Finally, what about the experience of living in Paris is it better than London?

Hi,

Thank you so much for the information is very useful to me, actually my real problem will the classes during 8 consecutives days, to much informatiom in a short period I guess I prefer london style, which specialism are you taking?

Finally, what about the experience of living in Paris is it better than London?
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Hi,

Is anyone here who has already studied in Paris?
I was wondering that, if I will be accepted to study in Paris (International Commercial Arbitration) - is it so that the courses take place only during those consecutive days and in between, there are no lectures before the new course starts?

I am asking this because I have been thinking about the possibility to live in my home country and only to live in Paris for those weeks that I have a course going on. What would you say would that kind of arrangement be possible, when studying in QMUL Paris?

Thank you in advance!

Also, if anyone has some additional information about the International Commercial Arbitration course in Paris - I would be very happy to hear more about it and experiences what people have done after completing the LLM.

Hi,

Is anyone here who has already studied in Paris?
I was wondering that, if I will be accepted to study in Paris (International Commercial Arbitration) - is it so that the courses take place only during those consecutive days and in between, there are no lectures before the new course starts?

I am asking this because I have been thinking about the possibility to live in my home country and only to live in Paris for those weeks that I have a course going on. What would you say would that kind of arrangement be possible, when studying in QMUL Paris?

Thank you in advance!

Also, if anyone has some additional information about the International Commercial Arbitration course in Paris - I would be very happy to hear more about it and experiences what people have done after completing the LLM.
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Mombastic

At the risk of appearing to be cocky (which I have no intention to, just being fair), the fact that QM has an office in Paris is pure business. Either you take a degree in London or don't at an off-site campus. If you really want to study in Paris, go to Sorbonne.

[Edited by Mombastic on Jul 20, 2018]

At the risk of appearing to be cocky (which I have no intention to, just being fair), the fact that QM has an office in Paris is pure business. Either you take a degree in London or don't at an off-site campus. If you really want to study in Paris, go to Sorbonne.
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At the risk of appearing to be cocky (which I have no intention to, just being fair), the fact that QM has an office in Paris is pure business. Either you take a degree in London or don't at an off-site campus. If you really want to study in Paris, go to Sorbonne.


Or Sciences Po, which, for International Commercial Arbitration, has (probably) the best faculty in terms of world-wide recognition (the TADS).

[Edited by stephendedalus on Jul 21, 2018]

[quote]At the risk of appearing to be cocky (which I have no intention to, just being fair), the fact that QM has an office in Paris is pure business. Either you take a degree in London or don't at an off-site campus. If you really want to study in Paris, go to Sorbonne.[/quote]

Or Sciences Po, which, for International Commercial Arbitration, has (probably) the best faculty in terms of world-wide recognition (the TADS).
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Spako

Hello guys.....
Do you have any advice about these LLM programs in international arbitration? I received two offers to study at the QMUL, both in London and Paris. I've also been accepted at the University of Miami.... I would like to speak with someone who attended one of them, any kind of help would be very appreciated.

Thank you so much,

Hello guys.....
Do you have any advice about these LLM programs in international arbitration? I received two offers to study at the QMUL, both in London and Paris. I've also been accepted at the University of Miami.... I would like to speak with someone who attended one of them, any kind of help would be very appreciated.

Thank you so much,
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