BEST LLM


Hallo,

I am a student of law in Aristotle University and I will graduate next year.Actually I have quite good marks and I am interested in maritime and commercial law.I plan to obtain an LLM degree and I would like to know which UK university is the best.Also I want to know how difficult it is to be accepted by UCL.

<p>Hallo,</p><p>I am a student of law in Aristotle University and I will graduate next year.Actually I have quite good marks and I am interested in maritime and commercial law.I plan to obtain an LLM degree and I would like to know which UK university is the best.Also I want to know how difficult it is to be accepted by UCL.</p>
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dongbei
ucl requires high marks and good english standard, 7.5 in ielts. and it has a very good rep for its maritime law..

some others . soton, cardiff, swansea..

the later two could be earier to get an offer.
ucl requires high marks and good english standard, 7.5 in ielts. and it has a very good rep for its maritime law..

some others . soton, cardiff, swansea..

the later two could be earier to get an offer.
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don1425
please note that cardiff do not run LLM maritime law anymore.


please note that cardiff do not run LLM maritime law anymore.

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amanda
see my post about UCL/westminster - I really cannot believe what an awful place the UoL is; I wd try some other place. Southampton and Swansea are known for maritime law but when I did my LLM at UCL last year, we had a fantastic lecturer on maritime law from Westminster University. Try there if you want to be in London. I heard really good things about their LLM (I think it's an LLM in international commercial law).

good luck.
amanda
see my post about UCL/westminster - I really cannot believe what an awful place the UoL is; I wd try some other place. Southampton and Swansea are known for maritime law but when I did my LLM at UCL last year, we had a fantastic lecturer on maritime law from Westminster University. Try there if you want to be in London. I heard really good things about their LLM (I think it's an LLM in international commercial law).

good luck.
amanda
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tigger11
Hallo,I am a student of law in Aristotle University and I will graduate next year.Actually I have quite good marks and I am interested in maritime and commercial law.I plan to obtain an LLM degree and I would like to know which UK university is the best.Also I want to know how difficult it is to be accepted by UCL.


With interests in commercial/maritime law, there are a number of UK universities you could look at. Other contributors have mentioned some possibilities in London. Outside London, Cardiff has withdrawn its Maritime Law LLM (although some maritime subjects continue to be offered within its commercial law programme). The University of Nottingham (my own) offers an LLM in Maritime Law as well as one in International Commercial Law. A number of other universities also teach maritime law, either as a nominate LLM or as part of a commercial law degree. Which is better for you may depend on precisely what aspects of maritime/commercial law you are interested in studying.
<blockquote>Hallo,I am a student of law in Aristotle University and I will graduate next year.Actually I have quite good marks and I am interested in maritime and commercial law.I plan to obtain an LLM degree and I would like to know which UK university is the best.Also I want to know how difficult it is to be accepted by UCL.</blockquote>

With interests in commercial/maritime law, there are a number of UK universities you could look at. Other contributors have mentioned some possibilities in London. Outside London, Cardiff has withdrawn its Maritime Law LLM (although some maritime subjects continue to be offered within its commercial law programme). The University of Nottingham (my own) offers an LLM in Maritime Law as well as one in International Commercial Law. A number of other universities also teach maritime law, either as a nominate LLM or as part of a commercial law degree. Which is better for you may depend on precisely what aspects of maritime/commercial law you are interested in studying.

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don1425
Hallo,I am a student of law in Aristotle University and I will graduate next year.Actually I have quite good marks and I am interested in maritime and commercial law.I plan to obtain an LLM degree and I would like to know which UK university is the best.Also I want to know how difficult it is to be accepted by UCL.


With interests in commercial/maritime law, there are a number of UK universities you could look at. Other contributors have mentioned some possibilities in London. Outside London, Cardiff has withdrawn its Maritime Law LLM (although some maritime subjects continue to be offered within its commercial law programme). The University of Nottingham (my own) offers an LLM in Maritime Law as well as one in International Commercial Law. A number of other universities also teach maritime law, either as a nominate LLM or as part of a commercial law degree. Which is better for you may depend on precisely what aspects of maritime/commercial law you are interested in studying.



It is good to see a current maritimelaw student... how is the LLM Maritime Law in Nottingham? teaching staff quality? reserach facilities?

I would realy appriciate it if you could provide me with further info in LLM ML in Nottingham L.S as their L.S wbesite does not show what modules of the LLM in ML..


your help will be appriciate it

Don
<blockquote><blockquote>Hallo,I am a student of law in Aristotle University and I will graduate next year.Actually I have quite good marks and I am interested in maritime and commercial law.I plan to obtain an LLM degree and I would like to know which UK university is the best.Also I want to know how difficult it is to be accepted by UCL.</blockquote>

With interests in commercial/maritime law, there are a number of UK universities you could look at. Other contributors have mentioned some possibilities in London. Outside London, Cardiff has withdrawn its Maritime Law LLM (although some maritime subjects continue to be offered within its commercial law programme). The University of Nottingham (my own) offers an LLM in Maritime Law as well as one in International Commercial Law. A number of other universities also teach maritime law, either as a nominate LLM or as part of a commercial law degree. Which is better for you may depend on precisely what aspects of maritime/commercial law you are interested in studying.

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It is good to see a current maritimelaw student... how is the LLM Maritime Law in Nottingham? teaching staff quality? reserach facilities?

I would realy appriciate it if you could provide me with further info in LLM ML in Nottingham L.S as their L.S wbesite does not show what modules of the LLM in ML..


your help will be appriciate it

Don
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... when I did my LLM at UCL last year, we had a fantastic lecturer on maritime law from Westminster University. Try there if you want to be in London


Who was that lecturer? Why should you prefer Westminster to UCL?
<blockquote>... when I did my LLM at UCL last year, we had a fantastic lecturer on maritime law from Westminster University. Try there if you want to be in London</blockquote>

Who was that lecturer? Why should you prefer Westminster to UCL?
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