LLM in International Dispute Resolution


Hi all, I am planning to pursue my LLM in International Dispute Resolution from top universities in London. However, i am confused between Queens Mary, LSE and Kings.

Please help people!
Hi all, I am planning to pursue my LLM in International Dispute Resolution from top universities in London. However, i am confused between Queens Mary, LSE and Kings.

Please help people!
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a233
Hi all, I am planning to pursue my LLM in International Dispute Resolution from top universities in London. However, i am confused between Queens Mary, LSE and Kings.

Please help people!


I would certainly go for Queen Mary in this case.
[quote]Hi all, I am planning to pursue my LLM in International Dispute Resolution from top universities in London. However, i am confused between Queens Mary, LSE and Kings.

Please help people![/quote]

I would certainly go for Queen Mary in this case.
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Rigi0660
a233 do you mind elaborating a little regarding your last post? I mean why is QMUL the obvious choice? is it based in a scholar consideration (courses, faculty) or, on the other hand, is it based in the opportunities after the program. I would really appreciate your opinion !

Regards,
a233 do you mind elaborating a little regarding your last post? I mean why is QMUL the obvious choice? is it based in a scholar consideration (courses, faculty) or, on the other hand, is it based in the opportunities after the program. I would really appreciate your opinion !

Regards,
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NapZ
Hi,

I will not be able to elaborate because I do not know their faculty etc, BUT a friend of mine who did the MIDS in Geneva (which is top-notch in IDR) told me that Queen Mary was as good as the MIDS. So I guess it is an excellent choice for IDR. Not sure how the others compare but I would tend to think QMUL would be the natural choice.
Hi,

I will not be able to elaborate because I do not know their faculty etc, BUT a friend of mine who did the MIDS in Geneva (which is top-notch in IDR) told me that Queen Mary was as good as the MIDS. So I guess it is an excellent choice for IDR. Not sure how the others compare but I would tend to think QMUL would be the natural choice.
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thank you a233 for a quick response.
However i am still confused as KCL or LSE has got better name as compared to Queens.
Further Rigi0660 i get your point also, infact, what i have also learnt is that Queen's college is like one master in arbitration area.
Please help people.
i am not able to formulate a decision.
Regards.
thank you a233 for a quick response.
However i am still confused as KCL or LSE has got better name as compared to Queens.
Further Rigi0660 i get your point also, infact, what i have also learnt is that Queen's college is like one master in arbitration area.
Please help people.
i am not able to formulate a decision.
Regards.
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NapZ
"However i am still confused as KCL or LSE has got better name as compared to Queens."

Do not make this mistake. What matters is the quality of the PROGRAM you would attend, not the school. Some programs are better than the ones they offer in Harvard for example, even if it is Harvard. So in some situations you will have less renowned schools which still offer better programs than more famous schools.
"However i am still confused as KCL or LSE has got better name as compared to Queens."

Do not make this mistake. What matters is the quality of the PROGRAM you would attend, not the school. Some programs are better than the ones they offer in Harvard for example, even if it is Harvard. So in some situations you will have less renowned schools which still offer better programs than more famous schools.
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