LLM in competition law: KCL or QMUL


Mat Rys

Dear all,

I have applied to follow the LLM in Competition law at KCL and QMUL. I was wondering which of these two universities has a better reputation for this particular course. I have read that KCL had a strong reputation in competition law but that QMUL was climbing fast in reputation as well.

Any advice? I find that both KCL and QMUL offer interesting courses so I am torn on choosing.

Kind regards,

Mat

[Edited by Mat Rys on Jun 14, 2019]

Dear all,

I have applied to follow the LLM in Competition law at KCL and QMUL. I was wondering which of these two universities has a better reputation for this particular course. I have read that KCL had a strong reputation in competition law but that QMUL was climbing fast in reputation as well.

Any advice? I find that both KCL and QMUL offer interesting courses so I am torn on choosing.

Kind regards,

Mat
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Lawyerfly

I am not an expert on competiton law, but from what I‘ve heard, Kings College is the number one place to go for competition law! I also think that it is higher in rankings generally!

I am not an expert on competiton law, but from what I‘ve heard, Kings College is the number one place to go for competition law! I also think that it is higher in rankings generally!
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chicken so...

KCL is listed in this top 10 list, while, QMUL is not:

https://llm-guide.com/lists/top-llm-programs-by-speciality/top-llm-programs-for-competition-law.

Yes, King's generally does better in the league tables. Are you also considering UCL?

KCL is listed in this top 10 list, while, QMUL is not:

https://llm-guide.com/lists/top-llm-programs-by-speciality/top-llm-programs-for-competition-law.

Yes, King's generally does better in the league tables. Are you also considering UCL?
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Mat Rys

Hi, I have considered UCL (this was my favourite out of the three) however, I have not been accepted for their LLM programme.
I am not as much focused on the league table but it is indeed a prestige factor to keep in mind. I was more so wondering about the specific programme itself and its reputation.
I have also seen the list you provided, is it a trustworthy source? I have also applied to the Liège competition institute which is also listed in the top 10 on that list. As such I have an extra contender to choose from (if I receive an offer).

Hi, I have considered UCL (this was my favourite out of the three) however, I have not been accepted for their LLM programme.
I am not as much focused on the league table but it is indeed a prestige factor to keep in mind. I was more so wondering about the specific programme itself and its reputation.
I have also seen the list you provided, is it a trustworthy source? I have also applied to the Liège competition institute which is also listed in the top 10 on that list. As such I have an extra contender to choose from (if I receive an offer).
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