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Hi,

Does anybody know when most university will set their LLM fees for 2012/13. I am intrested in Cardiff, Nottingahm, Aberdeen, Birmingham.

Is it likley that they will put it up to 9.000 like the undergraduate fees? Or eaven above 9.000? for EU students. Thank you.

Hi,

Does anybody know when most university will set their LLM fees for 2012/13. I am intrested in Cardiff, Nottingahm, Aberdeen, Birmingham.

Is it likley that they will put it up to 9.000 like the undergraduate fees? Or eaven above 9.000? for EU students. Thank you.
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Pit Possum

Hi,

Does anybody know when most university will set their LLM fees for 2012/13. I am intrested in Cardiff, Nottingahm, Aberdeen, Birmingham.

Is it likley that they will put it up to 9.000 like the undergraduate fees? Or eaven above 9.000? for EU students. Thank you.



Hi,

the following passage is part of an alumni newsletter by the University of Nottingham from April 2011. As there has not been another newsletter addressing this issue, I guess that the information is both accurate and still valid:

"For the past three months we have been carefully evaluating our position for 2012. This has involved a series of decisions: should there be a single fee or multiple fees? What fee level(s) are appropriate for Nottingham? What further commitments should we make to widen participation?

Consultation and discussion has been extensive, involving Heads of Schools and Service Directors, the Students Union, Senate, Council, Finance Committee, Strategy and Planning Committee. That process has now concluded and from 2012, subject to approval of our Access Agreement, the University will set a single fee of £9,000 per annum for home and European Union students."

Thus, I'm afraid they are going to demand 9,000 quid. If you want to be definitely sure, however, you should contact the School of Law.

Kind regards

<blockquote>Hi,

Does anybody know when most university will set their LLM fees for 2012/13. I am intrested in Cardiff, Nottingahm, Aberdeen, Birmingham.

Is it likley that they will put it up to 9.000 like the undergraduate fees? Or eaven above 9.000? for EU students. Thank you.</blockquote>


Hi,

the following passage is part of an alumni newsletter by the University of Nottingham from April 2011. As there has not been another newsletter addressing this issue, I guess that the information is both accurate and still valid:

"For the past three months we have been carefully evaluating our position for 2012. This has involved a series of decisions: should there be a single fee or multiple fees? What fee level(s) are appropriate for Nottingham? What further commitments should we make to widen participation?

Consultation and discussion has been extensive, involving Heads of Schools and Service Directors, the Students Union, Senate, Council, Finance Committee, Strategy and Planning Committee. That process has now concluded and from 2012, subject to approval of our Access Agreement, the University will set a single fee of £9,000 per annum for home and European Union students."

Thus, I'm afraid they are going to demand 9,000 quid. If you want to be definitely sure, however, you should contact the School of Law.

Kind regards
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tigger11

Hi, this relates only to undergraduate home and EU students. The LLM fees for home and EU students as stated on Nottingham's website are £4700.

Hi, this relates only to undergraduate home and EU students. The LLM fees for home and EU students as stated on Nottingham's website are £4700.
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Pit Possum

Hi, this relates only to undergraduate home and EU students. The LLM fees for home and EU students as stated on Nottingham's website are £4700.


Hi,
you were totally right, thanks for the correction. I did not want to give out any incorrect information.

http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/fees/tuitionfees/postgraduatetaughtcourses.aspx
(Home and EU students: 4,890 quid; international students: 11,990 quid)

It's somehow funny that the University only made a reference to the undergraduate fees in a newsletter which was also designed for alumni postgraduate students...

Bye

<blockquote>Hi, this relates only to undergraduate home and EU students. The LLM fees for home and EU students as stated on Nottingham's website are £4700.</blockquote>

Hi,
you were totally right, thanks for the correction. I did not want to give out any incorrect information.

http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/fees/tuitionfees/postgraduatetaughtcourses.aspx
(Home and EU students: 4,890 quid; international students: 11,990 quid)

It's somehow funny that the University only made a reference to the undergraduate fees in a newsletter which was also designed for alumni postgraduate students...

Bye
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Wheretogo_

LLM fees at Nottingham are 4.890!

I received an offer quoting that amount.

LLM fees at Nottingham are 4.890!

I received an offer quoting that amount.
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