edinburgh or nottingham?


dinara25

Hello,people! I've got offer from these two uni for public international. What do you think? which is the best?-)))

Hello,people! I've got offer from these two uni for public international. What do you think? which is the best?-)))
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Huck Finn

Hi
Congratulations on your offers!
Don't know much about Nottingham (although I do think it has a very strong rep for PIL in the UK at least), but I can tell you that Edinburgh doesn't disappoint. Great programme and you'll have the time of your life.

Hi
Congratulations on your offers!
Don't know much about Nottingham (although I do think it has a very strong rep for PIL in the UK at least), but I can tell you that Edinburgh doesn't disappoint. Great programme and you'll have the time of your life.
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EDIpostgra...

Edinburgh is definitely the right way to go! Nottingham has a great human rights programme but the stronger general PIL programme is definitely Edinburgh. The PIL students and faculty are extremely active as a community which provides great out-of-class opportunities for LLM students. Plus you get access to world-class academics such as Profs Boyle and Gilmore, not to mention a cracking group of younger academics (Harrison, Morgera, Mac Almaigh, Marin Duran, to name a few). Plus the ciy is absolutely amazing!
Best of luck with your decision.

Edinburgh is definitely the right way to go! Nottingham has a great human rights programme but the stronger general PIL programme is definitely Edinburgh. The PIL students and faculty are extremely active as a community which provides great out-of-class opportunities for LLM students. Plus you get access to world-class academics such as Profs Boyle and Gilmore, not to mention a cracking group of younger academics (Harrison, Morgera, Mac Almaigh, Marin Duran, to name a few). Plus the ciy is absolutely amazing!
Best of luck with your decision.
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dinara25

thank you!!-)))) do you know anything about bristol or birmingham law school (PIL)?

thank you!!-)))) do you know anything about bristol or birmingham law school (PIL)?
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EDIpostgra...

No. Sorry I can't help there!

No. Sorry I can't help there!
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haesd

For PIL at Birmingham, Robert Cryer is a genuine authority on international criminal law. There is also a promising young scholar, Alexander Orakhelashvili, who has written on a wide range of issues. Colin Warbrick is excellent but he is retired. To my knowledge, Birmingham does not offer a specialist LLM in PIL. As for Bristol, Malcolm Evans is highly regarded, and the law school has a specialist programme in PIL. For international law, especially international human rights, Notts is very good apart from Nigel White and Dino Kritsiotis, the law school has recruited a raft of young international lawyers who are very energetic in their research. If your academic interests are aligned with these individuals and you plan to take up a research degree, these schools are worth considering. Otherwise your best choice for LLM in PIL is Edinburgh, both in terms of the universitys clout and the wide range of specialist subjects at the postgraduate level.

Good luck.

For PIL at Birmingham, Robert Cryer is a genuine authority on international criminal law. There is also a promising young scholar, Alexander Orakhelashvili, who has written on a wide range of issues. Colin Warbrick is excellent but he is retired. To my knowledge, Birmingham does not offer a specialist LLM in PIL. As for Bristol, Malcolm Evans is highly regarded, and the law school has a specialist programme in PIL. For international law, especially international human rights, Notts is very good – apart from Nigel White and Dino Kritsiotis, the law school has recruited a raft of young international lawyers who are very energetic in their research. If your academic interests are aligned with these individuals and you plan to take up a research degree, these schools are worth considering. Otherwise your best choice for LLM in PIL is Edinburgh, both in terms of the university’s clout and the wide range of specialist subjects at the postgraduate level.

Good luck.
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dinara25

it's very interesting and useful-)))thank you for your time-)))

it's very interesting and useful-)))thank you for your time-)))
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