Glasgow v Queen's v Nottingham v Warwick v Aberdeen, where to go???


So I applied to quite a few universities to make sure I got in somewhere and to hedge my bets as I'd need a scholarship at a lot of the universities but now I've got five conditional offers and I don't know where to go, I'd appreciate any help!

I've got conditional offers at:

Glasgow
Queen's Belfast
Warwick
Nottingham
Aberdeen

I'm especially interested in IP and Commercial law. I've also got to take into consideration the cost of places, Queen's Belfast and Glasgow are the cheapest but is Queen's actually any good?

Thanks again for any help!
So I applied to quite a few universities to make sure I got in somewhere and to hedge my bets as I'd need a scholarship at a lot of the universities but now I've got five conditional offers and I don't know where to go, I'd appreciate any help!

I've got conditional offers at:

Glasgow
Queen's Belfast
Warwick
Nottingham
Aberdeen

I'm especially interested in IP and Commercial law. I've also got to take into consideration the cost of places, Queen's Belfast and Glasgow are the cheapest but is Queen's actually any good?

Thanks again for any help!
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So I applied to quite a few universities to make sure I got in somewhere and to hedge my bets as I'd need a scholarship at a lot of the universities but now I've got five conditional offers and I don't know where to go, I'd appreciate any help!

I've got conditional offers at:

Glasgow
Queen's Belfast
Warwick
Nottingham
Aberdeen

I'm especially interested in IP and Commercial law. I've also got to take into consideration the cost of places, Queen's Belfast and Glasgow are the cheapest but is Queen's actually any good?

Thanks again for any help!


Anyone????
<blockquote>So I applied to quite a few universities to make sure I got in somewhere and to hedge my bets as I'd need a scholarship at a lot of the universities but now I've got five conditional offers and I don't know where to go, I'd appreciate any help!

I've got conditional offers at:

Glasgow
Queen's Belfast
Warwick
Nottingham
Aberdeen

I'm especially interested in IP and Commercial law. I've also got to take into consideration the cost of places, Queen's Belfast and Glasgow are the cheapest but is Queen's actually any good?

Thanks again for any help!</blockquote>

Anyone????
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Help please?
Help please?
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Chinaman
What are you looking to study?
What are you looking to study?
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What are you looking to study?


Well I've applied for the general LLM but I'm particularly interested in intellectual property and commercial law.
<blockquote>What are you looking to study?
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Well I've applied for the general LLM but I'm particularly interested in intellectual property and commercial law.
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Chinaman
Well I do not know too much about those subjects so I will not comment.
One thing you can do is read up old threads on commercial law and IPR on this site.
Glasgow seems to enjoy a high ranking, but the reason is not too clear to me. Nottingham is also quite reputed (but I have mainly heard of it for international humanitarian law etc).
Well I do not know too much about those subjects so I will not comment.
One thing you can do is read up old threads on commercial law and IPR on this site.
Glasgow seems to enjoy a high ranking, but the reason is not too clear to me. Nottingham is also quite reputed (but I have mainly heard of it for international humanitarian law etc).
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Well I do not know too much about those subjects so I will not comment.
One thing you can do is read up old threads on commercial law and IPR on this site.
Glasgow seems to enjoy a high ranking, but the reason is not too clear to me. Nottingham is also quite reputed (but I have mainly heard of it for international humanitarian law etc).


Thanks. I've done that and I'm not surprised re nottingham, Glasgow is a fairly good university and a has a good rep in the UK. My issue is that Queen's is an unknown quality, a lot of people say its really good and its also very reasonably priced.
<blockquote>Well I do not know too much about those subjects so I will not comment.
One thing you can do is read up old threads on commercial law and IPR on this site.
Glasgow seems to enjoy a high ranking, but the reason is not too clear to me. Nottingham is also quite reputed (but I have mainly heard of it for international humanitarian law etc). </blockquote>

Thanks. I've done that and I'm not surprised re nottingham, Glasgow is a fairly good university and a has a good rep in the UK. My issue is that Queen's is an unknown quality, a lot of people say its really good and its also very reasonably priced.
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Chinaman
If I were you I would stick to the reputed one unless I had specific feedback about the faculty and the modules.
Don't know if I was any help. Luck with your choice.
If I were you I would stick to the reputed one unless I had specific feedback about the faculty and the modules.
Don't know if I was any help. Luck with your choice.
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If I were you I would stick to the reputed one unless I had specific feedback about the faculty and the modules.
Don't know if I was any help. Luck with your choice.


Thanks a lot, Hopefully someone can give specific feedback!
<blockquote>If I were you I would stick to the reputed one unless I had specific feedback about the faculty and the modules.
Don't know if I was any help. Luck with your choice. </blockquote>

Thanks a lot, Hopefully someone can give specific feedback!
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Anyone?
Anyone?
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arc10
I would recommend University of Nottingham. It is the most reputable for law among the institutions you chosen and one of the most reputable in the UK.

It has also a very good reputation for IP and commercial law in general. So in my opinion, you cannot go wrong with Nottingham.

Queen's is also a descent University and a good law faculty but not comparable with Nottingham.

I hope this helps.
I would recommend University of Nottingham. It is the most reputable for law among the institutions you chosen and one of the most reputable in the UK.

It has also a very good reputation for IP and commercial law in general. So in my opinion, you cannot go wrong with Nottingham.

Queen's is also a descent University and a good law faculty but not comparable with Nottingham.

I hope this helps.
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The University of Glasgow School of Law is rated as the top School in Scotland and 7th in the UK according to The Times Table 2014.

Glasgow has an LLM in Intellectual Property and the Digital Economy, which offers those on the programme the opportunity to apply for a summer internship at firms that specialise in intellectual property matters - Burness Paull & Williamsons, a top tier Scottish commercial law firm with extensive expertise in IP, IT and Information Law; and Cloch Solicitors, a boutique Scottish IP law firm.

Also, an £8M Research Centre on Copyright and New Business Models in the Creative Economy was launched in January 2013 based at Glasgow. In addition to funding over 40 research projects throughout the UK, the Centre is fully funding five new PhD students; and more Scholarships will follow! You will find more details about the work of the centre here: www.create.ac.uk.
The University of Glasgow School of Law is rated as the top School in Scotland and 7th in the UK according to The Times Table 2014.

Glasgow has an LLM in Intellectual Property and the Digital Economy, which offers those on the programme the opportunity to apply for a summer internship at firms that specialise in intellectual property matters - Burness Paull & Williamsons, a top tier Scottish commercial law firm with extensive expertise in IP, IT and Information Law; and Cloch Solicitors, a boutique Scottish IP law firm.

Also, an £8M Research Centre on Copyright and New Business Models in the Creative Economy was launched in January 2013 based at Glasgow. In addition to funding over 40 research projects throughout the UK, the Centre is fully funding five new PhD students; and more Scholarships will follow! You will find more details about the work of the centre here: www.create.ac.uk.
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Eppendorf
So I applied to quite a few universities to make sure I got in somewhere and to hedge my bets as I'd need a scholarship at a lot of the universities but now I've got five conditional offers and I don't know where to go, I'd appreciate any help!

I've got conditional offers at:

Glasgow
Queen's Belfast
Warwick
Nottingham
Aberdeen

I'm especially interested in IP and Commercial law. I've also got to take into consideration the cost of places, Queen's Belfast and Glasgow are the cheapest but is Queen's actually any good?

Thanks again for any help!


My advice: save the money and stay at home.

None of the schools is truly excellent.

Just my two cents.
<blockquote>So I applied to quite a few universities to make sure I got in somewhere and to hedge my bets as I'd need a scholarship at a lot of the universities but now I've got five conditional offers and I don't know where to go, I'd appreciate any help!

I've got conditional offers at:

Glasgow
Queen's Belfast
Warwick
Nottingham
Aberdeen

I'm especially interested in IP and Commercial law. I've also got to take into consideration the cost of places, Queen's Belfast and Glasgow are the cheapest but is Queen's actually any good?

Thanks again for any help!</blockquote>

My advice: save the money and stay at home.

None of the schools is truly excellent.

Just my two cents.
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So I applied to quite a few universities to make sure I got in somewhere and to hedge my bets as I'd need a scholarship at a lot of the universities but now I've got five conditional offers and I don't know where to go, I'd appreciate any help!

I've got conditional offers at:

Glasgow
Queen's Belfast
Warwick
Nottingham
Aberdeen

I'm especially interested in IP and Commercial law. I've also got to take into consideration the cost of places, Queen's Belfast and Glasgow are the cheapest but is Queen's actually any good?

Thanks again for any help!


My advice: save the money and stay at home.

None of the schools is truly excellent.

Just my two cents.


Eh no. I've applied to Edinburgh and Durham as well so we will see.
<blockquote><blockquote>So I applied to quite a few universities to make sure I got in somewhere and to hedge my bets as I'd need a scholarship at a lot of the universities but now I've got five conditional offers and I don't know where to go, I'd appreciate any help!

I've got conditional offers at:

Glasgow
Queen's Belfast
Warwick
Nottingham
Aberdeen

I'm especially interested in IP and Commercial law. I've also got to take into consideration the cost of places, Queen's Belfast and Glasgow are the cheapest but is Queen's actually any good?

Thanks again for any help!</blockquote>

My advice: save the money and stay at home.

None of the schools is truly excellent.

Just my two cents.</blockquote>

Eh no. I've applied to Edinburgh and Durham as well so we will see.
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