KCL,UCL or QMUL ?


Hello people! 1)As to the Intellectual Property Law LLM would u choose KCL,UCL or QMUL? 2)As to the Environmental Law LLM would u choose UCL or QMUL?3)As to the Competition Law LLM would u choose KCL,UCL or QMUL?Has anyone of u taken some of the above mentioned LLMs or heard anything about them?Thank u in advance xx

Hello people! 1)As to the Intellectual Property Law LLM would u choose KCL,UCL or QMUL? 2)As to the Environmental Law LLM would u choose UCL or QMUL?3)As to the Competition Law LLM would u choose KCL,UCL or QMUL?Has anyone of u taken some of the above mentioned LLMs or heard anything about them?Thank u in advance xx
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Pit Possum

Hi,

as regards the LL.M. in Competition Law, I personally would choose KCL.

There has been a lengthy discussion concerning the best LL.M. in Competition Law. Just have a look here:
http://www.llm-guide.com/board/54048

Good luck with your choice.

Ciao

PS: Funny user name ;-)

Hi,

as regards the LL.M. in Competition Law, I personally would choose KCL.

There has been a lengthy discussion concerning the best LL.M. in Competition Law. Just have a look here:
http://www.llm-guide.com/board/54048

Good luck with your choice.

Ciao

PS: Funny user name ;-)
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jo_rahul

UCL for all options !

UCL for all options !
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Good evening everyone,

I was just wondering something. I'm a LLB student at the university of Maastricht. I have a GPA of 7.7. However, I know that Kings (for instance) makes the conditional offer to its LLM to dutch students that they have to have a GPA of 8.
However, I'm not going to follow my courses anymore in Maastricht but in Singapore (as part of my exchange year) and Maastricht only transfers the grades obtained in Singapore as a pass or fail). Therefore, how would it be possible for me to reach 8/10 (if i receive a conditional letter) if my following grades are going to be taken in Singapore (except my bachelor thesis, but even if i have 8.5/10 for it, my GPA would still not reach 8/10 overall). What do you think? Has anyone been in the same situation as me? How do universities deal with conditional offer for students that will have their final grades graded by another university than their home university?

Thanks for the helppp!!

Good evening everyone,

I was just wondering something. I'm a LLB student at the university of Maastricht. I have a GPA of 7.7. However, I know that Kings (for instance) makes the conditional offer to its LLM to dutch students that they have to have a GPA of 8.
However, I'm not going to follow my courses anymore in Maastricht but in Singapore (as part of my exchange year) and Maastricht only transfers the grades obtained in Singapore as a pass or fail). Therefore, how would it be possible for me to reach 8/10 (if i receive a conditional letter) if my following grades are going to be taken in Singapore (except my bachelor thesis, but even if i have 8.5/10 for it, my GPA would still not reach 8/10 overall). What do you think? Has anyone been in the same situation as me? How do universities deal with conditional offer for students that will have their final grades graded by another university than their home university?

Thanks for the helppp!!
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