International Law - UK


gt1980

Hi!!
I'd like to know something about post-graduation studies, LLM or Masters, on International Law in the UK!
- Which ones do you recommed?
- What are the fees?
- What are the odds to be accepted?!

Thank you!

Hi!!
I'd like to know something about post-graduation studies, LLM or Masters, on International Law in the UK!
- Which ones do you recommed?
- What are the fees?
- What are the odds to be accepted?!

Thank you!
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nirvana

Hi gt1980,

I think you will need to provide some more details, in the absence of which it will be difficult to provide any inputs. The top Univs in UK would be Oxbridge, London Univs, Durham, Warwick etc. I would suggest that you can go through their individual websites and that woud help you shortlist Universities that match your criteria. The fees could vary from 8,000 to 14,000 pounds depending on where you are placed, prestige and other such factors.

The odds of being accpeted would depend on your academic performance (pretty important in the UK), work experience, publications, leadership skills etc.

Hope this helps!

Hi gt1980,

I think you will need to provide some more details, in the absence of which it will be difficult to provide any inputs. The top Univs in UK would be Oxbridge, London Univs, Durham, Warwick etc. I would suggest that you can go through their individual websites and that woud help you shortlist Universities that match your criteria. The fees could vary from 8,000 to 14,000 pounds depending on where you are placed, prestige and other such factors.

The odds of being accpeted would depend on your academic performance (pretty important in the UK), work experience, publications, leadership skills etc.

Hope this helps!
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Bolga

Do you know if it necessary to have the minimus TOEFEL or IELTS level while applyinf for the LLM or at the moment of the definitive enrolment?

What about job prospectives at the end of the LLM course? I mean, do you think that a foreing student, aged 29-30 y.o., has some possibility of getting a job in a English law firm?

Thanks a lot for the help

Olga

Do you know if it necessary to have the minimus TOEFEL or IELTS level while applyinf for the LLM or at the moment of the definitive enrolment?

What about job prospectives at the end of the LLM course? I mean, do you think that a foreing student, aged 29-30 y.o., has some possibility of getting a job in a English law firm?

Thanks a lot for the help

Olga
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sayaks

Most of the unis will "strongly encourage" you to give the IELTS.For LLM they want students to get atleast a 7.By chance your score is below 7 that should not deter you from applying because most of the unis have pre-sessional English classes(where a fee is charged) for International students who need to improve their English.(This for unis is another way of making easy money).
And if allthroughout your school and uni your medium of teaching has been in English then that can be mentioned by you in your correspondence with the University.

Most of the unis will "strongly encourage" you to give the IELTS.For LLM they want students to get atleast a 7.By chance your score is below 7 that should not deter you from applying because most of the unis have pre-sessional English classes(where a fee is charged) for International students who need to improve their English.(This for unis is another way of making easy money).
And if allthroughout your school and uni your medium of teaching has been in English then that can be mentioned by you in your correspondence with the University.
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Kazaf

I think Cambridge University has, by some margin, the best international law department in the UK. The eminent Prof. James Crawford is a world leader in the field and the teaches on the LLM.

I think Cambridge University has, by some margin, the best international law department in the UK. The eminent Prof. James Crawford is a world leader in the field and the teaches on the LLM.
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