7 offers - dunno how to choose


Hey!

I've got 7 offers (some conditional but still...), but now i don't know how to choose. Any comments would be appreciated ^^

Manchester - International Financial Law
Durham - International trade and commercial law
Nottingham - International commercial law
King's - international finance
SOAS - banking law
Leeds - international trade law
Queen Mary - Banking and Finance Law

Thank u // vicky ^^

Hey!

I've got 7 offers (some conditional but still...), but now i don't know how to choose. Any comments would be appreciated ^^

Manchester - International Financial Law
Durham - International trade and commercial law
Nottingham - International commercial law
King's - international finance
SOAS - banking law
Leeds - international trade law
Queen Mary - Banking and Finance Law

Thank u // vicky ^^
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jackoune

King's!!!!!
I can notice you didn't apply to aberdeen univ.....A top law school in international business Law with so cheap fees!!

cheers

King's!!!!!
I can notice you didn't apply to aberdeen univ.....A top law school in international business Law with so cheap fees!!

cheers
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capa

I agree, from that list, King's. With Nottingham second.

I agree, from that list, King's. With Nottingham second.
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jgower

my opinion: manchester, then SOAS

my opinion: manchester, then SOAS
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Mr. Lawyer

NO WAYYYYY...

Go Durham or Kings.

Be aware that one is in international business field and the other in International Finance. Very different approaches.

I would choose Kings coze it is in London, so jobs perspectives and internships are somehow better.

Ciao

NO WAYYYYY...

Go Durham or Kings.

Be aware that one is in international business field and the other in International Finance. Very different approaches.

I would choose Kings coze it is in London, so jobs perspectives and internships are somehow better.

Ciao
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thank u all for your answers...

what wud u say about job opportunities after durham or notts? which one is better?
what about the cities?

thank u all for your answers...

what wud u say about job opportunities after durham or notts? which one is better?
what about the cities?
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Irbid

Hi everybody

Im really confused; I have unconditional offers to study international commercial (business) law at the universities of Durham, Manchester, Nottingham, but since Ive being visiting this discussion board I do have the impression that only Oxbridge and the universities of London counts???!!!! I applied for LSE and I will apply for UCL, KCL very soon. Im really worried about money, I do prefer London but studying there seems to be very expensive!!!

Also I need to know if I can apply for scholarship after receiving offers!!!!

So what do you think? I do need your opinions..

Thanks

Hi everybody

I’m really confused; I have unconditional offers to study international commercial (business) law at the universities of Durham, Manchester, Nottingham, but since I’ve being visiting this discussion board I do have the impression that only Oxbridge and the universities of London counts???!!!! I applied for LSE and I will apply for UCL, KCL very soon. I’m really worried about money, I do prefer London but studying there seems to be very expensive!!!

Also I need to know if I can apply for scholarship after receiving offers!!!!

So what do you think? I do need your opinions…..

Thanks
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mtz94

Apart from OxBridge, Durham is it!!

Apart from OxBridge, Durham is it!!
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yaiza242

I'll go for King's as well.

Can I use your thread to pose a similar question...?
I have conditionals for:
- Cambridge
- LSE

Thanks!

I'll go for King's as well.

Can I use your thread to pose a similar question...?
I have conditionals for:
- Cambridge
- LSE

Thanks!
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MariArti

I would choose (1) kcl, (2) durham, (3) manchester.

I would choose (1) kcl, (2) durham, (3) manchester.
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Brett

I would have to say King's, the 'rankings' are more a guide for undergraduates, it's well, well renowned that a London LLM will set you in better stead for the future, they have better resources, more contact with firms and generally better prospects. From what my tutor recommends, Nottingham has the best graduate courses and reputation out of the non Oxbridge/London colleges, So I would say King's, then Nottingham.

I would have to say King's, the 'rankings' are more a guide for undergraduates, it's well, well renowned that a London LLM will set you in better stead for the future, they have better resources, more contact with firms and generally better prospects. From what my tutor recommends, Nottingham has the best graduate courses and reputation out of the non Oxbridge/London colleges, So I would say King's, then Nottingham.
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Inactive User

Hi,
I envy you for gettting lots of offers.

In my opinion,
1. Kings
2.Queen Mary
3.SOAS
The reputation of University of London is much advantage in foreign countries.

If you want to study in UK, the ranking is different from above.

Hi,
I envy you for gettting lots of offers.

In my opinion,
1. Kings
2.Queen Mary
3.SOAS
The reputation of University of London is much advantage in foreign countries.

If you want to study in UK, the ranking is different from above.
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Inactive User

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Inactive User

I agree Durham is high level univ.
However, the publicity is just a little bit.....especially in foreign countries.

I agree Durham is high level univ.
However, the publicity is just a little bit.....especially in foreign countries.
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giovannig

Hi all,
I attended my llm in Durham in 2006.
Even if no one in my country (Italy) has ever heard about Durham, i've got a position in a leading firm (because, at the end of the day, it's still an llm in uk) and, above all, i spent there the best time of my life.
p.s.: i live in Rome, i don't get easily impressed by other cities. Indeed London never impressed me, Durham did.
Good luck

Hi all,
I attended my llm in Durham in 2006.
Even if no one in my country (Italy) has ever heard about Durham, i've got a position in a leading firm (because, at the end of the day, it's still an llm in uk) and, above all, i spent there the best time of my life.
p.s.: i live in Rome, i don't get easily impressed by other cities. Indeed London never impressed me, Durham did.
Good luck
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giovannig

Hi Pedrinus,
congratulation for your offer and good luck for everything!
In 2005-2006 llm students in Durham were about 110.
Popular lectures were attended by many students, but seminars were usually dedicated to 10-15 students.
Ciao

Hi Pedrinus,
congratulation for your offer and good luck for everything!
In 2005-2006 llm students in Durham were about 110.
Popular lectures were attended by many students, but seminars were usually dedicated to 10-15 students.
Ciao
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