Help - Can't decide!


ntnt

I have got offers from KCL, National University of Ireland (Galway), Edinburgh, Glasgow, GGSL and Nottingham. I am interested in human rights law and need to make a decision fast! Could really use some adivce.

I have got offers from KCL, National University of Ireland (Galway), Edinburgh, Glasgow, GGSL and Nottingham. I am interested in human rights law and need to make a decision fast! Could really use some adivce.
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Mr. Lawyer

Go to the Kings College if you can ways to afford a life in London!

If you can't I would prefer Nothingham than Edimburgh...

Actually I have the same problem:

Durham, Loyola-Bologna, UCL or Nothingham???

Cheers

Go to the Kings College if you can ways to afford a life in London!

If you can't I would prefer Nothingham than Edimburgh...

Actually I have the same problem:

Durham, Loyola-Bologna, UCL or Nothingham???

Cheers
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rendition

why dont you apply to UCL ? KCL's great for corporate
but if you wanna invoke Dworkin's Rights Thesis... why not go to UCL and see the man himself!!!!!!!!
Apply now u stillhave time!!!

=)

why dont you apply to UCL ? KCL's great for corporate
but if you wanna invoke Dworkin's Rights Thesis... why not go to UCL and see the man himself!!!!!!!!
Apply now u stillhave time!!!

=)
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I think I'm going to study IHRL at Essex...

what do you think?

I think I'm going to study IHRL at Essex...

what do you think?
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lmwoods

Without wishing to comment on the general quality of the universities you mention, of those in the UK the one that has a specific reputation for human rights is Nottingham. As the previous contributor also noted, Essex has a very good programme in international human rights as well as a separate programme in UK human rights and public law.

Without wishing to comment on the general quality of the universities you mention, of those in the UK the one that has a specific reputation for human rights is Nottingham. As the previous contributor also noted, Essex has a very good programme in international human rights as well as a separate programme in UK human rights and public law.
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rendition

true . in defence of notts its a good institution.
But you know where to go if you wanna "take rights seriously"

haha

true . in defence of notts its a good institution.
But you know where to go if you wanna "take rights seriously"

haha
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floh

I have the same problem. I got an offer for the LLM in HR from the universities of Nottingham and Essex. Both seem to be very good. Any advices which to prefer for a LLM in HR with an emphasis on International Criminal Law, International Humanitarian Law and Refugee Law?

I have the same problem. I got an offer for the LLM in HR from the universities of Nottingham and Essex. Both seem to be very good. Any advices which to prefer for a LLM in HR with an emphasis on International Criminal Law, International Humanitarian Law and Refugee Law?
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lmwoods

I suggest that you look at the courses on offer within the degree programmes - that information will probably be available on the website - and also consider the research profile of the staff members. I am aware that a journal focussing on refugee law is based at Essex, but I don't know enough about Nottingham's programme to comment about its offerings.

I suggest that you look at the courses on offer within the degree programmes - that information will probably be available on the website - and also consider the research profile of the staff members. I am aware that a journal focussing on refugee law is based at Essex, but I don't know enough about Nottingham's programme to comment about its offerings.
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Hi NTNT, did you decide? I'd say Glasgow-Strathclyde or Nottingham.

Hi NTNT, did you decide? I'd say Glasgow-Strathclyde or Nottingham.
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surabhi

even i m confused between glasgow south hampton and durham..pls help...its urgent. i have to confirm my admission soon

even i m confused between glasgow south hampton and durham..pls help...its urgent. i have to confirm my admission soon
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