help me , l.l.m in ireland


hello,,
i am Interested in doing l.l.m in Ireland as my brother is living in Dublin city, so accommodation wont be a problem for me.
I am Interested in doing l.l.m from Griffith college Dublin, can anyone tell me what type of college it is, i mean is it good or below standard?
Its l.l.m degree is recognized by both England and Ireland or not?
which university degree i will be given on completion of my l.l.m course ?
What is the best alternative of Griffith in Dublin city area as, i can't afford to pay high tuition fee of other higher ranked universities of Ireland and wont b e able to pay accommodation charges too.
kindly, don't just view my post, do reply also, even its a single line. i will be very thankful to u all people.
( i am interested in doing intl-commercial law )

hello,,
i am Interested in doing l.l.m in Ireland as my brother is living in Dublin city, so accommodation wont be a problem for me.
I am Interested in doing l.l.m from Griffith college Dublin, can anyone tell me what type of college it is, i mean is it good or below standard?
Its l.l.m degree is recognized by both England and Ireland or not?
which university degree i will be given on completion of my l.l.m course ?
What is the best alternative of Griffith in Dublin city area as, i can't afford to pay high tuition fee of other higher ranked universities of Ireland and wont b e able to pay accommodation charges too.
kindly, don't just view my post, do reply also, even its a single line. i will be very thankful to u all people.
( i am interested in doing intl-commercial law )
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shambini09

Hi bilalaslam ,

As far as I am aware the LL.M at Griffith is awarded by Nottingham Trent University in England. GCD administer the course and the awarding University is Nottingham Trent.

As you may be aware GCD is a private college in Ireland which is often frowned upon as it can be seen as a sub standard. However I would suggest that in all likelyhood that is not the case. I have had friends who went to GCD and the staff are second to none (pretty sure you can see their profiles online). So from an academic point of view I would say it is actually relatively strong.

Regarding the actual masters and how it is regarded in Ireland and England I really have no idea at all.

However I would imagine and I am of course only guessing here, that the class sizes may be relatively small compared to other law schools which I would consider an advantage.

The other law schools in Dublin are Trinity College Dublin and UCD, I am not sure if any of the others offer LLM degrees, but I doubt it. Those Uni's have higer fees but would be much better known that Griffith and have higer prestiege. But their fees are higher also which you will have to consider.

Hope that helps.

Hi bilalaslam ,

As far as I am aware the LL.M at Griffith is awarded by Nottingham Trent University in England. GCD administer the course and the awarding University is Nottingham Trent.

As you may be aware GCD is a private college in Ireland which is often frowned upon as it can be seen as a sub standard. However I would suggest that in all likelyhood that is not the case. I have had friends who went to GCD and the staff are second to none (pretty sure you can see their profiles online). So from an academic point of view I would say it is actually relatively strong.

Regarding the actual masters and how it is regarded in Ireland and England I really have no idea at all.

However I would imagine and I am of course only guessing here, that the class sizes may be relatively small compared to other law schools which I would consider an advantage.

The other law schools in Dublin are Trinity College Dublin and UCD, I am not sure if any of the others offer LLM degrees, but I doubt it. Those Uni's have higer fees but would be much better known that Griffith and have higer prestiege. But their fees are higher also which you will have to consider.

Hope that helps.
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