llm law in london, uk


njm

hi to everybody
i'd like to study in london an llm in law
i'm italian
some questions:
1) is strictly required the well knowledge of english? (ielts??)
2) is there a law llm you can suggest to me?
thanks
nicola

hi to everybody
i'd like to study in london an llm in law
i'm italian
some questions:
1) is strictly required the well knowledge of english? (ielts??)
2) is there a law llm you can suggest to me?
thanks
nicola
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ashraf

Yes... a good knowledge of english is essential...you'll have at least 6.5 in IELTS unless you are a native english speaker or you have a degree conducted in english. Some unis may require 6 though.

As there are thousands of LLM, you should choose one based on your career and interest..browse this site for suitable course

Yes... a good knowledge of english is essential...you'll have at least 6.5 in IELTS unless you are a native english speaker or you have a degree conducted in english. Some unis may require 6 though.

As there are thousands of LLM, you should choose one based on your career and interest..browse this site for suitable course
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elmonyc

i received a 57.55% (high 2.2)on my LLB from university in Ireland. what are my chances of being accepted? for queen mary-I emailed admissions and they said that i will likely be offered a place i just have to apply.... can i ask what percentages you guys got? also applied for ucl and sending in apps for birkbeck and kent(brussels)

Thanks!!!

i received a 57.55% (high 2.2)on my LLB from university in Ireland. what are my chances of being accepted? for queen mary-I emailed admissions and they said that i will likely be offered a place i just have to apply.... can i ask what percentages you guys got? also applied for ucl and sending in apps for birkbeck and kent(brussels)

Thanks!!!
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i received a 57.55% (high 2.2)on my LLB from university in Ireland. what are my chances of being accepted? for queen mary-I emailed admissions and they said that i will likely be offered a place i just have to apply.... can i ask what percentages you guys got? also applied for ucl and sending in apps for birkbeck and kent(brussels)

Thanks!!!


Just apply everywhere - you never know.

The London colleges - UCL, KCL, LSE, SOAS, QMUL, are all very popular for LLMs so you may not get a place with a 2.2. A friend of mine got in LSE with an average of 58%. Birkbeck is not so popular for the LLM so you are likely to have most success getting an offer from them. If you want a good calibre uni you'd have more chance with the provincial redbricks.

A lot of the time it comes down to 'bums of seats' - so just apply.

Btw, the Kent/Brussels course looks very interesting!

<blockquote> i received a 57.55% (high 2.2)on my LLB from university in Ireland. what are my chances of being accepted? for queen mary-I emailed admissions and they said that i will likely be offered a place i just have to apply.... can i ask what percentages you guys got? also applied for ucl and sending in apps for birkbeck and kent(brussels)

Thanks!!! </blockquote>

Just apply everywhere - you never know.

The London colleges - UCL, KCL, LSE, SOAS, QMUL, are all very popular for LLMs so you may not get a place with a 2.2. A friend of mine got in LSE with an average of 58%. Birkbeck is not so popular for the LLM so you are likely to have most success getting an offer from them. If you want a good calibre uni you'd have more chance with the provincial redbricks.

A lot of the time it comes down to 'bums of seats' - so just apply.

Btw, the Kent/Brussels course looks very interesting!
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elmonyc

Thanks cowboyblues! Do you know much about Birkbeck? i know its part of the university of london so thought it would have good recognition?
Thanks!

Thanks cowboyblues! Do you know much about Birkbeck? i know its part of the university of london so thought it would have good recognition?
Thanks!
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Thanks cowboyblues! Do you know much about Birkbeck? i know its part of the university of london so thought it would have good recognition?
Thanks!


Birkbeck has never really been acknowledged as a good LLM provider. It was never part of the old intercollegiate LLM of the UoL (UCL, KCL, SOAS, LSE, QMUL). While all the other colleges have extensive staff lists with specialisations in various areas of commercial and international law, Birkbeck does not. The faculty is very small in comparison and the specialisation leans more towards socio-legal issues/human rights. It tends to cater for part-timers or mature students.

All that said, it is still a good law school, just not anywhere near as good as the other UoL colleges.

However, your choice will determined on what subject you wish to specialise in....

<blockquote>Thanks cowboyblues! Do you know much about Birkbeck? i know its part of the university of london so thought it would have good recognition?
Thanks!</blockquote>

Birkbeck has never really been acknowledged as a good LLM provider. It was never part of the old intercollegiate LLM of the UoL (UCL, KCL, SOAS, LSE, QMUL). While all the other colleges have extensive staff lists with specialisations in various areas of commercial and international law, Birkbeck does not. The faculty is very small in comparison and the specialisation leans more towards socio-legal issues/human rights. It tends to cater for part-timers or mature students.

All that said, it is still a good law school, just not anywhere near as good as the other UoL colleges.

However, your choice will determined on what subject you wish to specialise in....
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lostinLLM

I have taken the online Internet and Communication Law with QMUL - only one tester module. The work organisation really didn't suit me. I am now shopping for another LLM and evntually a physicall LLM. Could you tell me how many hours you physically need to be at the Uni ? I have a family and will have to commute to London and pay for my train tickets etc (15£ per day).

I have taken the online Internet and Communication Law with QMUL - only one tester module. The work organisation really didn't suit me. I am now shopping for another LLM and evntually a physicall LLM. Could you tell me how many hours you physically need to be at the Uni ? I have a family and will have to commute to London and pay for my train tickets etc (15£ per day).
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