Corporate / Banking and finance


Martinzd

Hello everyone,
I plan to major in corporate law or banking and finance in the UK since I have experience and a lot of interest in both areas, however, I have not found updated comments regarding what university is the best for those programmes. (LSE, Queen Mary, Kings, UCL). I read LSE and QM are pretty renowned but I have not got much information about the others. Can anyone give me any advise about that?
Regards,
Martin

Hello everyone,
I plan to major in corporate law or banking and finance in the UK since I have experience and a lot of interest in both areas, however, I have not found updated comments regarding what university is the best for those programmes. (LSE, Queen Mary, Kings, UCL). I read LSE and QM are pretty renowned but I have not got much information about the others. Can anyone give me any advise about that?
Regards,
Martin
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myias

In my opinion do not spend so much money to go to a london college. Look at the Leeds university llm in international banking and financial law as well as the one in edinburgh and Warwick. I thing that warwick and edinburgh are much better that Queen mary and Ucl as well and cheaper.

In my opinion do not spend so much money to go to a london college. Look at the Leeds university llm in international banking and financial law as well as the one in edinburgh and Warwick. I thing that warwick and edinburgh are much better that Queen mary and Ucl as well and cheaper.
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chicken so...

Cheaper maybe but not necessarily better. The London schools will give you bigger/wider networks. Plus, I would think that it's better to study in London for banking/finance since it's much closer to the heart of the action - better for networking, etc.

Cheaper maybe but not necessarily better. The London schools will give you bigger/wider networks. Plus, I would think that it's better to study in London for banking/finance since it's much closer to the heart of the action - better for networking, etc.
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Heyy all. i was searching for llm guides and stumbled upon here, i had a few question. First of all what universities should i be pursuing, which is and how would you rate them keeping in mind that i have a 2:2 in University of London's International LLB (Hons) Programme.
I am also confused as to which course is better for llm's, the general Masters in Law or should it be specified to some area of speciality, if that's the case than i think the best option is to go for Banking/Corporate or Commercial law, or should I also be looking for any other speciality as well.

Thanks to all in advance

Heyy all. i was searching for llm guides and stumbled upon here, i had a few question. First of all what universities should i be pursuing, which is and how would you rate them keeping in mind that i have a 2:2 in University of London's International LLB (Hons) Programme.
I am also confused as to which course is better for llm's, the general Masters in Law or should it be specified to some area of speciality, if that's the case than i think the best option is to go for Banking/Corporate or Commercial law, or should I also be looking for any other speciality as well.

Thanks to all in advance
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jinenyi

Hello everyone,
I plan to major in corporate law or banking and finance in the UK since I have experience and a lot of interest in both areas, however, I have not found updated comments regarding what university is the best for those programmes. (LSE, Queen Mary, Kings, UCL). I read LSE and QM are pretty renowned but I have not got much information about the others. Can anyone give me any advise about that?
Regards,
Martin


I'm also having difficulty finding the ranking of different specialism LL.M.'s. However, it seems - from going through articles on the LLMGUIDE - that QMUL is scoring high on IPR, and not so much the other legal fields. Although, it should be noted that the newest tread that I found on the matter was from 2010, which means that things might have changed quite a bit.

If anyone has the newest info on the matter, please inform me thereof. Thanks =)

<blockquote>Hello everyone,
I plan to major in corporate law or banking and finance in the UK since I have experience and a lot of interest in both areas, however, I have not found updated comments regarding what university is the best for those programmes. (LSE, Queen Mary, Kings, UCL). I read LSE and QM are pretty renowned but I have not got much information about the others. Can anyone give me any advise about that?
Regards,
Martin</blockquote>

I'm also having difficulty finding the ranking of different specialism LL.M.'s. However, it seems - from going through articles on the LLMGUIDE - that QMUL is scoring high on IPR, and not so much the other legal fields. Although, it should be noted that the newest tread that I found on the matter was from 2010, which means that things might have changed quite a bit.

If anyone has the newest info on the matter, please inform me thereof. Thanks =)
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