LLM in Banking and Finance Law


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Hi guys!

I'm interested in LLM in Banking and Finance Law. Which university is the best option for this, QMUL, KCL or ILF Frankfurt?

I have an offer from QMUL and still waiting for KCL but I'm not sure if I should apply for ILF. What are your opinions?

Many thanks!

Hi guys!

I'm interested in LLM in Banking and Finance Law. Which university is the best option for this, QMUL, KCL or ILF Frankfurt?

I have an offer from QMUL and still waiting for KCL but I'm not sure if I should apply for ILF. What are your opinions?

Many thanks!
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any ideas please??

any ideas please??
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i think its a better idea to apply at ILF and a better option than KCL or QUML, if you look at there website, you will realize that ILF offers you a overall exposure to international law firms and banks with two month(s) internship as well...so go for ILF

i think its a better idea to apply at ILF and a better option than KCL or QUML, if you look at there website, you will realize that ILF offers you a overall exposure to international law firms and banks with two month(s) internship as well...so go for ILF
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