2:2 LLM in Human rights


Chiaretta

Dear all,
I'm an italian student looking for a Master of Law in UK,but my final score will only be a lower second class,I was wondering if you can give me any suggestion about a university that could accept me.I do not have relevant work experiece,should I give up or somewhere I may have a chance?

Thank you in advance

Dear all,
I'm an italian student looking for a Master of Law in UK,but my final score will only be a lower second class,I was wondering if you can give me any suggestion about a university that could accept me.I do not have relevant work experiece,should I give up or somewhere I may have a chance?

Thank you in advance
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sakuil

Never give up.

I would suggest to contact LL.M. admissions at the universities - e.g. the University of Exeter, which has a very strong Human Rights Programme.

Regardless of whether admissions say that a 2.2 is not enough still try applying to the universities you are interested in.

I know that City University accepts a 2.2.

Never give up.

I would suggest to contact LL.M. admissions at the universities - e.g. the University of Exeter, which has a very strong Human Rights Programme.

Regardless of whether admissions say that a 2.2 is not enough still try applying to the universities you are interested in.

I know that City University accepts a 2.2.
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Chiaretta

Thank you very much!

I would like to ask you some tips about admission:What can give value to my application?
For example 2 years of activism in Amnesty International and an internship in a law firm for 4 mounths can help my application?

Thanks in advance :)

Thank you very much!

I would like to ask you some tips about admission:What can give value to my application?
For example 2 years of activism in Amnesty International and an internship in a law firm for 4 mounths can help my application?

Thanks in advance :)
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sakuil

Basically, all the things about you are relevant. Especially, the law related aspects in the specialisation you are planning to pursue your career.

Moreover, when writing a personal statement, try to relate your experience to the programme you are applying and reason, why the LL.M. you are choosing is the one you need. Don't just basically lay down all you did in your career, but relate to the specific LL.M. and to the specific university.

Basically, all the things about you are relevant. Especially, the law related aspects in the specialisation you are planning to pursue your career.

Moreover, when writing a personal statement, try to relate your experience to the programme you are applying and reason, why the LL.M. you are choosing is the one you need. Don't just basically lay down all you did in your career, but relate to the specific LL.M. and to the specific university.
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