Bristol, Aberdeen, QM, SOAS - Kings, LSE, UCL


gttuni

Hi,

I've got into Bristol, Aberdeen, Queen Mary and SOAS. What are my chances for Kings, UCL and LSE. I know one cannot say for certain but it would be good to know.

I've applied for international law and I have 65% as of today. I'm in my final year of law school in India.

Hi,

I've got into Bristol, Aberdeen, Queen Mary and SOAS. What are my chances for Kings, UCL and LSE. I know one cannot say for certain but it would be good to know.

I've applied for international law and I have 65% as of today. I'm in my final year of law school in India.
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Wheretogo_

Well just apply and see.

From all those which you have been admitted I would def pick Bristol!

Well just apply and see.

From all those which you have been admitted I would def pick Bristol!
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Good Gosh

i would echo that advice with regards to both applying and bristol. good luck!

i would echo that advice with regards to both applying and bristol. good luck!
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jecciwoo

Well just apply and see.
From all those which you have been admitted I would def pick Bristol!

Really?could you tell me why you pick Bristol? cause I feel confused to choose whether Bristol or QM.

<blockquote>Well just apply and see.
From all those which you have been admitted I would def pick Bristol!</blockquote>
Really?could you tell me why you pick Bristol? cause I feel confused to choose whether Bristol or QM.
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Wheretogo_

Despite being a provincial school it has a very good reputation within the Judiciary and law firms in the city.

It is consistently ranked as one of the top schools in the country but together with the likes of Durham, Nottingham and even Warwick its not targeted by international students because they think that London is where they want to be.

Look at their faculty and the amount of books they have written in areas such as competition law, Arbitration, conflict of laws, etc.

Not to mention the facilities which are very very good. The library is possibly one of the best in the country. If you can visit do it!!!

Despite being a provincial school it has a very good reputation within the Judiciary and law firms in the city.

It is consistently ranked as one of the top schools in the country but together with the likes of Durham, Nottingham and even Warwick its not targeted by international students because they think that London is where they want to be.

Look at their faculty and the amount of books they have written in areas such as competition law, Arbitration, conflict of laws, etc.

Not to mention the facilities which are very very good. The library is possibly one of the best in the country. If you can visit do it!!!
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jecciwoo

Dispite being a provincial school it has a very good reputation within the Judiciary and law firms in the city.
It is consistently ranked as one of the top schools in the country but together with the likes of Durham, Nottingham and even Warwick its not targeted by international students because they think that London is where they want to be.
Look at their faculty and the amount of books they have written in areas such as competition law, Arbitration, conflict of laws, etc.
Not to mention the facilities which are very very good. The library is possibly one of the best in the country. If you can visit do it!!!

thank you! I'm an international student, once London was my priority. Since I've heard a lot compliments for Bristol law school, and the city is second to London in England, i'm now look forward to studying there.
BTW, are you working or studying there?

<blockquote>Dispite being a provincial school it has a very good reputation within the Judiciary and law firms in the city.
It is consistently ranked as one of the top schools in the country but together with the likes of Durham, Nottingham and even Warwick its not targeted by international students because they think that London is where they want to be.
Look at their faculty and the amount of books they have written in areas such as competition law, Arbitration, conflict of laws, etc.
Not to mention the facilities which are very very good. The library is possibly one of the best in the country. If you can visit do it!!!</blockquote>
thank you! I'm an international student, once London was my priority. Since I've heard a lot compliments for Bristol law school, and the city is second to London in England, i'm now look forward to studying there.
BTW, are you working or studying there?
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Good Gosh

yep they do have an amazing law library. wish we had one like it..

yep they do have an amazing law library. wish we had one like it..
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Wheretogo_

Good Choice!!!

I am working in London but will hopefully enroll on the LLM there next October!!!

Good Choice!!!

I am working in London but will hopefully enroll on the LLM there next October!!!
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jecciwoo

Good Choice!!!
I am working in London but will hopefully enroll on the LLM there next October!!!


Hahah~We might be classmate then~~~! I will study commercial law there~

<blockquote>Good Choice!!!
I am working in London but will hopefully enroll on the LLM there next October!!!</blockquote>

Hahah~We might be classmate then~~~! I will study commercial law there~
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Wheretogo_

I think we will!!! I very much like the school!

I think we will!!! I very much like the school!
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