Law (general) LLM - Sussex or Newcastle


Hi everyone!

Recently, I have been awarded with a partial scholarship, both in Newcastle and in Sussex Universities. They both have similar international rankings, similar fees, and the possibility to design a curriculum based on my professional interest: commercial law, environmental law and dispute resolution.

I have to make a choice soon. Any advice?

Thank you very much!
Hi everyone!

Recently, I have been awarded with a partial scholarship, both in Newcastle and in Sussex Universities. They both have similar international rankings, similar fees, and the possibility to design a curriculum based on my professional interest: commercial law, environmental law and dispute resolution.

I have to make a choice soon. Any advice?

Thank you very much!
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cmars
Daniel - your description is quite specific but your law schools are 300 miles apart. Sussex has the Environmental Law LLM that you will have examined http://www.sussex.ac.uk/study/masters/2017/law-politics-and-sociology/environmental-law-llm
Have you thought hard about location? The South Coast is very different to the North East in winter - both have very active student populations so I am sure you would enjoy both.
Daniel - your description is quite specific but your law schools are 300 miles apart. Sussex has the Environmental Law LLM that you will have examined http://www.sussex.ac.uk/study/masters/2017/law-politics-and-sociology/environmental-law-llm
Have you thought hard about location? The South Coast is very different to the North East in winter - both have very active student populations so I am sure you would enjoy both.
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Daniel - your description is quite specific but your law schools are 300 miles apart. Sussex has the Environmental Law LLM that you will have examined http://www.sussex.ac.uk/study/masters/2017/law-politics-and-sociology/environmental-law-llm
Have you thought hard about location? The South Coast is very different to the North East in winter - both have very active student populations so I am sure you would enjoy both.


Hi cmars,
Thanks for your answer! I am from Colombia, and I have never been to the UK, so 300 miles inside England are not a great distance for me. Either way, I'll be traveling more than 5.300 miles for one University, or another. I thought about the weather, the programs, the universities location and some other info I could find online or through some friends, and I have decided to attend to Newcastle University. I hope I have taken the right choice!
[quote]Daniel - your description is quite specific but your law schools are 300 miles apart. Sussex has the Environmental Law LLM that you will have examined http://www.sussex.ac.uk/study/masters/2017/law-politics-and-sociology/environmental-law-llm
Have you thought hard about location? The South Coast is very different to the North East in winter - both have very active student populations so I am sure you would enjoy both.[/quote]

Hi cmars,
Thanks for your answer! I am from Colombia, and I have never been to the UK, so 300 miles inside England are not a great distance for me. Either way, I'll be traveling more than 5.300 miles for one University, or another. I thought about the weather, the programs, the universities location and some other info I could find online or through some friends, and I have decided to attend to Newcastle University. I hope I have taken the right choice!
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cmars
Hope it worked out well for you!
Hope it worked out well for you!
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