Birmingham or essex or manchester


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Hello

Up to now, I have received some conditional and unconditional offers from different universities. I don't know which to choose, can you please share your ideas with me, which one is better?

1)Birmingham - General LLM- but I consider choosing modules relevant to international law
2)Leicester- Public International Law
3)Manchester- European and Public International Law
4)Essex- International Human rights Law
5)Dundee- International Law

Thanks,

Hello

Up to now, I have received some conditional and unconditional offers from different universities. I don't know which to choose, can you please share your ideas with me, which one is better?

1)Birmingham - General LLM- but I consider choosing modules relevant to international law
2)Leicester- Public International Law
3)Manchester- European and Public International Law
4)Essex- International Human rights Law
5)Dundee- International Law

Thanks,
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Really, it depends on what you want to study and practice in when you're done. You've listed very different programmes and they will have very different consequences and offerings. I did the LL.M. in IHRL at Essex and was very satisfied - and they just began an LL.M. in IHRL & IHL, which may be of interest to you. It's a premier institution when it comes to IHRL and I can't imagine studying that subject anywhere else. But, if you're not interested in concentrating on IHRL, or if you want to concentrate on European law, Essex probably isn't the place for you. So, first, decide *what* you want to study and then that should guide *where* you should study.

Really, it depends on what you want to study and practice in when you're done. You've listed very different programmes and they will have very different consequences and offerings. I did the LL.M. in IHRL at Essex and was very satisfied - and they just began an LL.M. in IHRL & IHL, which may be of interest to you. It's a premier institution when it comes to IHRL and I can't imagine studying that subject anywhere else. But, if you're not interested in concentrating on IHRL, or if you want to concentrate on European law, Essex probably isn't the place for you. So, first, decide *what* you want to study and then that should guide *where* you should study.
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