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Armanius

Hello,

My name is Arman. I live and study in Georgia, Tbilisi. I am in the last (4th) year of my bachelor's studies majoring in Law. I have 11 scientific publications (articles in law magazines) which are connected to business, IP, commercial, private and cyber law. I am not a bad student and my university average grade is 86. After completing my bachelor studies I really want to continue my education in UK or Germany. I have two questions and I will be very pleased if someone will answer on them and will give me an advice.
1. Do I have a real chance to become LLM student and receive full or partial scholarship in UK or Germany?
2. I want to make my LLM in international business or commercial law. Which universities in UK and Germany are best for making LLM in international business or commercial law?

Hello,

My name is Arman. I live and study in Georgia, Tbilisi. I am in the last (4th) year of my bachelor's studies majoring in Law. I have 11 scientific publications (articles in law magazines) which are connected to business, IP, commercial, private and cyber law. I am not a bad student and my university average grade is 86. After completing my bachelor studies I really want to continue my education in UK or Germany. I have two questions and I will be very pleased if someone will answer on them and will give me an advice.
1. Do I have a real chance to become LLM student and receive full or partial scholarship in UK or Germany?
2. I want to make my LLM in international business or commercial law. Which universities in UK and Germany are best for making LLM in international business or commercial law?
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hawkme

86 of 100?

I'd say you have good chances of getting a scholarship, let alone admission - I bet you'll get in.

Aim for UK though, English education is very good, especially at top schools such as Oxford, Cambridge, UCL, Durham, LSE. Germany is very good, too, but they're a bit low on intercultural/international side. UK/US have the benefit of the language.

86 of 100?

I'd say you have good chances of getting a scholarship, let alone admission - I bet you'll get in.

Aim for UK though, English education is very good, especially at top schools such as Oxford, Cambridge, UCL, Durham, LSE. Germany is very good, too, but they're a bit low on intercultural/international side. UK/US have the benefit of the language.
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Armanius

Thanks for your reply hawkme.

Yes, 86 of 100. And what do you think, for me as an international student there will be possible to be admitted at LSE and get scholarship? And another question, I have heard that most of universities in UK determine work experience in the field they want to study as an entry requirement for students who apply for LLM programs? The problem is that for this moment I have no work experience in the field I want to study (International Business and Commercial Law), I am working as a young researcher in the law institute for 2 years. Thank you....

Thanks for your reply hawkme.

Yes, 86 of 100. And what do you think, for me as an international student there will be possible to be admitted at LSE and get scholarship? And another question, I have heard that most of universities in UK determine work experience in the field they want to study as an entry requirement for students who apply for LLM programs? The problem is that for this moment I have no work experience in the field I want to study (International Business and Commercial Law), I am working as a young researcher in the law institute for 2 years. Thank you....
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hawkme

Don't worry about admission. I see your English is good, so probably your TOEFL will be more than 100 (out of, I guess, 120 or 130 check ets.org). Your grades are good, you have some written work, and also experience as researcher. You'll surely get admitted at LSE.

As for scholarship, it depends on how good other schilarship applicants are. I'd say, though, you have a very good shot at a full scholarship.

Don't worry about admission. I see your English is good, so probably your TOEFL will be more than 100 (out of, I guess, 120 or 130 check ets.org). Your grades are good, you have some written work, and also experience as researcher. You'll surely get admitted at LSE.

As for scholarship, it depends on how good other schilarship applicants are. I'd say, though, you have a very good shot at a full scholarship.
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Floris

Apply, otherwise you'll never know.
Because of your scholarship issue, I would recommend to make at least 6 or 7 applications, also for some not so popular/outstanding universities.

As regards Germany, if you can benefit in you professional career from having some additional German language skills and legal knowledge, I would also consider Germany an option (its a civil law country).

Apply, otherwise you'll never know.
Because of your scholarship issue, I would recommend to make at least 6 or 7 applications, also for some not so popular/outstanding universities.

As regards Germany, if you can benefit in you professional career from having some additional German language skills and legal knowledge, I would also consider Germany an option (its a civil law country).
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Armanius

Thank you :)

Thank you :)
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