LLM- Human Rights


I have offers from University of Essex, York, Middlesex, Queen Mary University of London, Strathclyde, Aberdeen…for LLM in Human Rights. Opinions please! It would be a big help since I have only a week to respond to York.
I have good reviews about University of Essex and York.?

I have offers from University of Essex, York, Middlesex, Queen Mary University of London, Strathclyde, Aberdeen…for LLM in Human Rights. Opinions please! It would be a big help since I have only a week to respond to York.
I have good reviews about University of Essex and York.?
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Hello! I am in the same situation as you! I have been admitted to Essex, LSE, Graduate Institute (Geneva) and Queen Mary. Which LLM programmes in Human Rights Law do you recommend?
I have also heard that Venice (Global Campus of Human Rights) and NUI Galway are quite good. I am strongly considering these two as well, so any suggestions or recommendations would be appreciated.

Thank you :)

Hello! I am in the same situation as you! I have been admitted to Essex, LSE, Graduate Institute (Geneva) and Queen Mary. Which LLM programmes in Human Rights Law do you recommend?
I have also heard that Venice (Global Campus of Human Rights) and NUI Galway are quite good. I am strongly considering these two as well, so any suggestions or recommendations would be appreciated.

Thank you :)
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