LLM right after a Bachelor's degree


Hi everyone,

I am currently doing a LLM in International Trade & Investment Law in the Netherlands.
I was wondering if it would be better to do another LLM after this one or going back to France for a Master's degree.

I am afraid that I chose my specialisation too soon and furthermore it could be complicated to find a job right after my LLM .

Did anyone do a LLM right after their Bachelor's degree ?

Kind regards,

Mathilde
Hi everyone,

I am currently doing a LLM in International Trade & Investment Law in the Netherlands.
I was wondering if it would be better to do another LLM after this one or going back to France for a Master's degree.

I am afraid that I chose my specialisation too soon and furthermore it could be complicated to find a job right after my LLM .

Did anyone do a LLM right after their Bachelor's degree ?

Kind regards,

Mathilde
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2ll!me are is epesa if you want to work its time you started working if you want to spend time and omney doing like in academic mb go for phd better
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Alfie17
ey guys, my name is Alfie (pretty obvious but I like to start off like that lool). I'm a third year law student at Lancaster University Ghana and I'm projected to graduate in July 2017. Lancaster Ghana is a branch campus of Lancaster University in the UK. I am studying a hybrid English and Ghanaian LL.B. However, my degree is awarded by Lancs UK and theoretically has the same value as it would if I had studied my modules in the UK. In my first and second years I was a first class scholar consistently ranked in the top 3 in my class and top five in the entire university. I intend to apply for the Cambridge 2017 llm (that why I'm on the page, you know. Lool) but I dunno what my chances realistically are especially considering the fact that it may be imperative that I get awarded a scholarship in order to fund my llm. So please please please is there anyone else in the same boat or anyone who has advice for me? And also, I'm not exactly sure if I have to write IELTS because I have a Cambridge O level certificate and I achieved an A in English language. Thanks Guys.
ey guys, my name is Alfie (pretty obvious but I like to start off like that lool). I'm a third year law student at Lancaster University Ghana and I'm projected to graduate in July 2017. Lancaster Ghana is a branch campus of Lancaster University in the UK. I am studying a hybrid English and Ghanaian LL.B. However, my degree is awarded by Lancs UK and theoretically has the same value as it would if I had studied my modules in the UK. In my first and second years I was a first class scholar consistently ranked in the top 3 in my class and top five in the entire university. I intend to apply for the Cambridge 2017 llm (that why I'm on the page, you know. Lool) but I dunno what my chances realistically are especially considering the fact that it may be imperative that I get awarded a scholarship in order to fund my llm. So please please please is there anyone else in the same boat or anyone who has advice for me? And also, I'm not exactly sure if I have to write IELTS because I have a Cambridge O level certificate and I achieved an A in English language. Thanks Guys.
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