NYU vs. UCL


helomb
Hello!

I have na offer from NYU and UCL, but I don't know which one to choose. I want to study competition law, and both have really strong programs. I realize NYU is higher on rankings and probably best known in my country (Brazil). On the other hand, I believe living in Europe is a unique life experience, not only in terms of study but also in a cultural and social way.

Some thoughts on LLM from NYU and UCL comparisons would be very useful and helpful. I really want to figure out which school is the best choice in terms of academics and professional recognition. If there is a big difference, I'll go to NYU, but if there is little to no difference, I'll probably choose UCL.
Hello!

I have na offer from NYU and UCL, but I don't know which one to choose. I want to study competition law, and both have really strong programs. I realize NYU is higher on rankings and probably best known in my country (Brazil). On the other hand, I believe living in Europe is a unique life experience, not only in terms of study but also in a cultural and social way.

Some thoughts on LLM from NYU and UCL comparisons would be very useful and helpful. I really want to figure out which school is the best choice in terms of academics and professional recognition. If there is a big difference, I'll go to NYU, but if there is little to no difference, I'll probably choose UCL.
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Feather12
Hi
I think the level between the two degrees are the same, even if UCL is maybe better in competition law than NYU I think
Plus, UCL is cheaper than NYU (if fees are a concern..)
Both locations te great : NYU and London !!
I d go for UCL I think :)
Hi
I think the level between the two degrees are the same, even if UCL is maybe better in competition law than NYU I think
Plus, UCL is cheaper than NYU (if fees are a concern..)
Both locations te great : NYU and London !!
I d go for UCL I think :)
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what did you decide?
what did you decide?
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helomb
UCL
UCL
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helomb
Hi
I think the level between the two degrees are the same, even if UCL is maybe better in competition law than NYU I think
Plus, UCL is cheaper than NYU (if fees are a concern..)
Both locations te great : NYU and London !!
I d go for UCL I think :)


Thank you!
[quote]Hi
I think the level between the two degrees are the same, even if UCL is maybe better in competition law than NYU I think
Plus, UCL is cheaper than NYU (if fees are a concern..)
Both locations te great : NYU and London !!
I d go for UCL I think :) [/quote]

Thank you!
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Sorry but I believe you are completely deluded to compare UCL to NYU Law. NYU comes second after Harvard when it comes to the best professors. The LLM is all about learning from the best professors and Establishing connections with them. I am gonna sound weird now, but a Cambridge professor advised me to always go for US universities (T6) instead of UK universities including Oxbridge when it comes to quality and funding. Do whatever makes you happy though! But objectively speaking, the professors at NYU are only comparable in terms of quality to Harvard's professors, and they both are incomparable to any other institution in this regard.

[Edited by The will of fire on Jun 14, 2018]

Sorry but I believe you are completely deluded to compare UCL to NYU Law. NYU comes second after Harvard when it comes to the best professors. The LLM is all about learning from the best professors and Establishing connections with them. I am gonna sound weird now, but a Cambridge professor advised me to always go for US universities (T6) instead of UK universities including Oxbridge when it comes to quality and funding. Do whatever makes you happy though! But objectively speaking, the professors at NYU are only comparable in terms of quality to Harvard's professors, and they both are incomparable to any other institution in this regard.
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Phoenix
Sorry but I believe you are completely deluded to compare UCL to NYU Law. NYU comes second after Harvard when it comes to the best professors. The LLM is all about learning from the best professors and Establishing connections with them. I am gonna sound weird now, but a Cambridge professor advised me to always go for US universities (T6) instead of UK universities including Oxbridge when it comes to quality and funding. Do whatever makes you happy though! But objectively speaking, the professors at NYU are only comparable in terms of quality to Harvard's professors, and they both are incomparable to any other institution in this regard.


you are too full of it! - as they say in England
[quote]Sorry but I believe you are completely deluded to compare UCL to NYU Law. NYU comes second after Harvard when it comes to the best professors. The LLM is all about learning from the best professors and Establishing connections with them. I am gonna sound weird now, but a Cambridge professor advised me to always go for US universities (T6) instead of UK universities including Oxbridge when it comes to quality and funding. Do whatever makes you happy though! But objectively speaking, the professors at NYU are only comparable in terms of quality to Harvard's professors, and they both are incomparable to any other institution in this regard. [/quote]

you are too full of it! - as they say in England
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Phoenix
Sorry but I believe you are completely deluded to compare UCL to NYU Law. NYU comes second after Harvard when it comes to the best professors. The LLM is all about learning from the best professors and Establishing connections with them. I am gonna sound weird now, but a Cambridge professor advised me to always go for US universities (T6) instead of UK universities including Oxbridge when it comes to quality and funding. Do whatever makes you happy though! But objectively speaking, the professors at NYU are only comparable in terms of quality to Harvard's professors, and they both are incomparable to any other institution in this regard.


you are too full of it! - as they say in England
[quote]Sorry but I believe you are completely deluded to compare UCL to NYU Law. NYU comes second after Harvard when it comes to the best professors. The LLM is all about learning from the best professors and Establishing connections with them. I am gonna sound weird now, but a Cambridge professor advised me to always go for US universities (T6) instead of UK universities including Oxbridge when it comes to quality and funding. Do whatever makes you happy though! But objectively speaking, the professors at NYU are only comparable in terms of quality to Harvard's professors, and they both are incomparable to any other institution in this regard. [/quote]

you are too full of it! - as they say in England
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AdmissionL...
Sorry but I believe you are completely deluded to compare UCL to NYU Law. NYU comes second after Harvard when it comes to the best professors. The LLM is all about learning from the best professors and Establishing connections with them. I am gonna sound weird now, but a Cambridge professor advised me to always go for US universities (T6) instead of UK universities including Oxbridge when it comes to quality and funding. Do whatever makes you happy though! But objectively speaking, the professors at NYU are only comparable in terms of quality to Harvard's professors, and they both are incomparable to any other institution in this regard.


Sorry but I believe you are completely deluded to not compare UCL to NYU. Oh, and you sound weird.
[quote]Sorry but I believe you are completely deluded to compare UCL to NYU Law. NYU comes second after Harvard when it comes to the best professors. The LLM is all about learning from the best professors and Establishing connections with them. I am gonna sound weird now, but a Cambridge professor advised me to always go for US universities (T6) instead of UK universities including Oxbridge when it comes to quality and funding. Do whatever makes you happy though! But objectively speaking, the professors at NYU are only comparable in terms of quality to Harvard's professors, and they both are incomparable to any other institution in this regard. [/quote]

Sorry but I believe you are completely deluded to not compare UCL to NYU. Oh, and you sound weird.
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Sorry but I believe you are completely deluded to compare UCL to NYU Law. NYU comes second after Harvard when it comes to the best professors. The LLM is all about learning from +he best professors and Establishing connections with them. I am gonna sound weird now, but a Cambridge professor advised me to always go for US universities (T6) instead of UK universities including Oxbridge when it comes to quality and funding. Do whatever makes you happy though! But objectively speaking, the professors at NYU are only comparable in terms of quality to Harvard's professors, and they both are incomparable to any other institution in this regard.


Sorry but I believe you are completely deluded to not compare UCL to NYU. Oh, and you sound weird.


Truth always sounds weird at first. Do your research, and you will find that I am right. To me it is very simple though, professors in the UK or Europe in general are way less paid than professors in the US (especially at t14). Good night.
[quote][quote]Sorry but I believe you are completely deluded to compare UCL to NYU Law. NYU comes second after Harvard when it comes to the best professors. The LLM is all about learning from +he best professors and Establishing connections with them. I am gonna sound weird now, but a Cambridge professor advised me to always go for US universities (T6) instead of UK universities including Oxbridge when it comes to quality and funding. Do whatever makes you happy though! But objectively speaking, the professors at NYU are only comparable in terms of quality to Harvard's professors, and they both are incomparable to any other institution in this regard. [/quote]

Sorry but I believe you are completely deluded to not compare UCL to NYU. Oh, and you sound weird.[/quote]

Truth always sounds weird at first. Do your research, and you will find that I am right. To me it is very simple though, professors in the UK or Europe in general are way less paid than professors in the US (especially at t14). Good night.
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Phoenix
Truth always sounds weird at first. Do your research, and you will find that I am right. To me it is very simple though, professors in the UK or Europe in general are way less paid than professors in the US (especially at t14). Good night.

Your logic that higher paid US lecturers are the best, without considering location, experience, and other factors clearly exhibit your stupidly and ignorance and portrays you are a pretentious cunt who didn’t get Harvard but was happy and cuntent that NYU is the 6th best thing.

Do your research both are amongst the best law schools in the world. Be humble and stfu

Truth always sounds weird at first. Do your research, and you will find that I am right. To me it is very simple though, professors in the UK or Europe in general are way less paid than professors in the US (especially at t14). Good night. [/quote]

Your logic that higher paid US lecturers are the best, without considering location, experience, and other factors clearly exhibit your stupidly and ignorance and portrays you are a pretentious cunt who didn’t get Harvard but was happy and cuntent that NYU is the 6th best thing.

Do your research both are amongst the best law schools in the world. Be humble and stfu
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I think It was a bad idea advising anyone because everyone's pride is too high to take it. I am not gonna argue, but if you did a 2 hour research on the transfer of the best professors from the UK to the US you will understand what I'm saying. Second, check the most cited professors and compare institutions. Third, you might be right about me being kinda full of myself, but this is not the reason I'm advising someone, the reason is I did tons of research and asked many well-known academics and practitioners, checked the world rankings criteria for law schools (both Shanghai and QS which I think you don't know about for choosing a US news ranking as a measure). And one last thing, I studied international law where NYU is ranked as 1st according to your US news ranking. Finally, just a side objective fact for you to begin your research, NYU has the second highest number of professors elected in the American Law Institute.

I wouldn't waste a year of my life by not being taught by the best professors while having the chance for paying cheaper tuition in another university.. UCL is ofc great!! But get a deeper look at things to understand the reason behind my advice.
I think It was a bad idea advising anyone because everyone's pride is too high to take it. I am not gonna argue, but if you did a 2 hour research on the transfer of the best professors from the UK to the US you will understand what I'm saying. Second, check the most cited professors and compare institutions. Third, you might be right about me being kinda full of myself, but this is not the reason I'm advising someone, the reason is I did tons of research and asked many well-known academics and practitioners, checked the world rankings criteria for law schools (both Shanghai and QS which I think you don't know about for choosing a US news ranking as a measure). And one last thing, I studied international law where NYU is ranked as 1st according to your US news ranking. Finally, just a side objective fact for you to begin your research, NYU has the second highest number of professors elected in the American Law Institute.

I wouldn't waste a year of my life by not being taught by the best professors while having the chance for paying cheaper tuition in another university.. UCL is ofc great!! But get a deeper look at things to understand the reason behind my advice.
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