LLM, Law, Northampton


mahmut68

Dear colleagues,

Could you share your information on how the Northampton Law School is ranked in the UK please. Could you compare it with the UEL and Leicester.

Which Law School do you recommend for who has got 6.5 in IELTS?

Thank you in advance.

Dear colleagues,

Could you share your information on how the Northampton Law School is ranked in the UK please. Could you compare it with the UEL and Leicester.

Which Law School do you recommend for who has got 6.5 in IELTS?

Thank you in advance.
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tnuchpiam

I think both Northampton and UEL (University of East London?) are not comparable with Leicester. I do not mean that Northampton and UEL are not good, but only that they are not in the same league as that of Leicester. With an IELTS score of 6.5, I would defintely opt for Leicester, even though a pre-sessional English course may be required.

I think both Northampton and UEL (University of East London?) are not comparable with Leicester. I do not mean that Northampton and UEL are not good, but only that they are not in the same league as that of Leicester. With an IELTS score of 6.5, I would defintely opt for Leicester, even though a pre-sessional English course may be required.
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beicon

Hi. With a 6.5 I'd apply to Aberdeen if I were you. However, don't go giving up just 'cause you've got a 6.5 in your IELTS exam right now. Unless you've taken the exam a billion times, I'm sure with a little effort you can manage to get at least a 7.0. Plus, you should apply to all universities you want regardless of your IELTS score. Once you get an offer, then you start worrying about how you'll meet the conditions of the offer.

Hi. With a 6.5 I'd apply to Aberdeen if I were you. However, don't go giving up just 'cause you've got a 6.5 in your IELTS exam right now. Unless you've taken the exam a billion times, I'm sure with a little effort you can manage to get at least a 7.0. Plus, you should apply to all universities you want regardless of your IELTS score. Once you get an offer, then you start worrying about how you'll meet the conditions of the offer.
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mahmut68

Thanks for valuable contributions.

I was offered a place in the UEL but rejected by Leicester. No reason was given for rejection.

Two referees one of whom was required to be academic were required by Leicester. However it has been 19 years since I graduated and therefore I found two colleagues of mine who are judges. Do you think this may be the reason for rejection?

Could you also tell me please whether the campuses of QMUL is in the center of London?

Thank you in advance.

Thanks for valuable contributions.

I was offered a place in the UEL but rejected by Leicester. No reason was given for rejection.

Two referees one of whom was required to be academic were required by Leicester. However it has been 19 years since I graduated and therefore I found two colleagues of mine who are judges. Do you think this may be the reason for rejection?

Could you also tell me please whether the campuses of QMUL is in the center of London?

Thank you in advance.
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tnuchpiam

The main campus of QMUL is at Mile End, which is easily accessible by the Underground, but its postgraduate programmes are delivered at Lincoln's Inn Fields -- right in the centre of London.

You should apply to QMUL; they accept the 6.5 IELTS score for a four-week pre-sessional English course. Normally, those who have been away from university for a very long time like you are not required to produce a reference by your law professors. Anyway, if any one of your former professors could be contacted, that would be a great help.

I wish you the best of luck -- in both your application and in your effort to "locate" your former professors.

The main campus of QMUL is at Mile End, which is easily accessible by the Underground, but its postgraduate programmes are delivered at Lincoln's Inn Fields -- right in the centre of London.

You should apply to QMUL; they accept the 6.5 IELTS score for a four-week pre-sessional English course. Normally, those who have been away from university for a very long time like you are not required to produce a reference by your law professors. Anyway, if any one of your former professors could be contacted, that would be a great help.

I wish you the best of luck -- in both your application and in your effort to "locate" your former professors.
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mahmut68

Thanks Tnuchpiam,

You said that Lincoln's Inn Fields is in the center of London though Lincoln is another city away from London, right?

Thanks Tnuchpiam,

You said that Lincoln's Inn Fields is in the center of London though Lincoln is another city away from London, right?
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beicon

Lincoln's Inn Fields are in the cetre of London... not very far from the University of London building and other colleges. With the tube it is quite easy to get about in London.

Lincoln's Inn Fields are in the cetre of London... not very far from the University of London building and other colleges. With the tube it is quite easy to get about in London.
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