Legal Theory LLM


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tttv^

I heard UCL, Oxford, and NYU are the top three places for jurisprudence studies, so if you are not sure about your Oxford chances, I suggest you apply to the other two as well. Plus, if I am not mistaken, UCL has a lot of joint activities with Oxford university in jurisprudence field, so you may as well benefit from this cooperation.

Good luck.

I heard UCL, Oxford, and NYU are the top three places for jurisprudence studies, so if you are not sure about your Oxford chances, I suggest you apply to the other two as well. Plus, if I am not mistaken, UCL has a lot of joint activities with Oxford university in jurisprudence field, so you may as well benefit from this cooperation.

Good luck.
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Kerfuffle

Polly, places like UCL, LSE, KCL are prestigious law schools. It's not just Oxbridge that's held in high esteem.

When I think of legal theory, UCL is the institution that immediately springs to mind.

Polly, places like UCL, LSE, KCL are prestigious law schools. It's not just Oxbridge that's held in high esteem.

When I think of legal theory, UCL is the institution that immediately springs to mind.
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libertine

I think you stand a very good chance for UCL. But meanwhile I'd still suggest you try Oxford BCL, which is apparently a better place to do jurisprudence or things alike. Though they admit 2:1 only occasionally, you'll never know until you try it.

I think you stand a very good chance for UCL. But meanwhile I'd still suggest you try Oxford BCL, which is apparently a better place to do jurisprudence or things alike. Though they admit 2:1 only occasionally, you'll never know until you try it.
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ru2

I am an Australian seeking postgraduate studies in the UK myself. I got accepted into Kings with slightly weaker results than you. While I do hold 2 years of working experience, I don't think that is taken into account much, if any. On that basis, I think your chances are good.

Just as a side note, I think the universities in the UK know that the grading system in Australia is different. For example, in my university, only 5% get first class, and overall, honours is limited to the top 35% only. I am told that it works differently in the UK.

I am an Australian seeking postgraduate studies in the UK myself. I got accepted into Kings with slightly weaker results than you. While I do hold 2 years of working experience, I don't think that is taken into account much, if any. On that basis, I think your chances are good.

Just as a side note, I think the universities in the UK know that the grading system in Australia is different. For example, in my university, only 5% get first class, and overall, honours is limited to the top 35% only. I am told that it works differently in the UK.
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