LLM for non Law student?


JTSSW
Hi everybody,

I don't have bachelor's degree in law, but want to do LLM Financial Law. My options are Manchester, King's College, and Queen Mary's. I'm inclined to Manchester due to the cost of living. But most people say King's College and Queen Mary's are much better. Which program you think most suitable for student who has no law degree?

Big thanks
OXOX
Hi everybody,

I don't have bachelor's degree in law, but want to do LLM Financial Law. My options are Manchester, King's College, and Queen Mary's. I'm inclined to Manchester due to the cost of living. But most people say King's College and Queen Mary's are much better. Which program you think most suitable for student who has no law degree?

Big thanks
OXOX
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chicken so...
What are your goals?

These are all good schools. Yes, KCL and QMUL are generally considered better by the rankings. However, they do excel in some specializations (health law). But if you're looking at finance law, company law, or things of this nature than a London school would probably be better.
What are your goals?

These are all good schools. Yes, KCL and QMUL are generally considered better by the rankings. However, they do excel in some specializations (health law). But if you're looking at finance law, company law, or things of this nature than a London school would probably be better.
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JTSSW
Thanks bro. LSE rejected me though. I got offers from Manchester, QMUL, KCL, and Edinburgh. From what I heard, KCL treat overseas students terribly. QMUL has very big class size. They both cost too much too. Edinburgh's way too cold and the accent is terrible. I think I'm going for Manchester. Any negative feedback on Manchester? Can you nudge me here when you reply j.thaisongsuwan@gmail.com?

What are your goals?

These are all good schools. Yes, KCL and QMUL are generally considered better by the rankings. However, they do excel in some specializations (health law). But if you're looking at finance law, company law, or things of this nature than a London school would probably be better.
Thanks bro. LSE rejected me though. I got offers from Manchester, QMUL, KCL, and Edinburgh. From what I heard, KCL treat overseas students terribly. QMUL has very big class size. They both cost too much too. Edinburgh's way too cold and the accent is terrible. I think I'm going for Manchester. Any negative feedback on Manchester? Can you nudge me here when you reply j.thaisongsuwan@gmail.com?

[quote]What are your goals?

These are all good schools. Yes, KCL and QMUL are generally considered better by the rankings. However, they do excel in some specializations (health law). But if you're looking at finance law, company law, or things of this nature than a London school would probably be better.[/quote]
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chicken so...
I'm not sure what to tell you. According to all the rankings, Manchester is ranked lower than all the other schools you're looking at.
I'm not sure what to tell you. According to all the rankings, Manchester is ranked lower than all the other schools you're looking at.
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