LLM UCL / KCL / LSE / QMUL 2018-19


Hello guys!

I am greek law intern currently and I have received offers from KCL and QMUL. I have applied for International finance law and banking and finance law LLM respectively and I am confused about the final option. I have read previous discussions about the above matter but what do you think is the best, concerning reputation, teaching quality, perspectives?
Thank you :)


If I were you, I'd pick KCL. But that's because it's more well known in my home country than QMUL. As per my knowledge, both universities have excellent reputations and great professors so it all comes down to what you plan on doing after your LLM. Best of luck!

[Edited by blueberrycheesecake on Feb 13, 2018]

[quote]Hello guys!

I am greek law intern currently and I have received offers from KCL and QMUL. I have applied for International finance law and banking and finance law LLM respectively and I am confused about the final option. I have read previous discussions about the above matter but what do you think is the best, concerning reputation, teaching quality, perspectives?
Thank you :)
[/quote]

If I were you, I'd pick KCL. But that's because it's more well known in my home country than QMUL. As per my knowledge, both universities have excellent reputations and great professors so it all comes down to what you plan on doing after your LLM. Best of luck!
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Hello guys!

I am greek law intern currently and I have received offers from KCL and QMUL. I have applied for International finance law and banking and finance law LLM respectively and I am confused about the final option. I have read previous discussions about the above matter but what do you think is the best, concerning reputation, teaching quality, perspectives?
Thank you :)


If I were you, I'd pick KCL. But that's because it's more well know in my home country than QMUL. As per my knowledge, both universities have excellent reputations and great professors so it all comes down to what you plan on doing after your LLM.
[quote][quote]Hello guys!

I am greek law intern currently and I have received offers from KCL and QMUL. I have applied for International finance law and banking and finance law LLM respectively and I am confused about the final option. I have read previous discussions about the above matter but what do you think is the best, concerning reputation, teaching quality, perspectives?
Thank you :)
[/quote]

If I were you, I'd pick KCL. But that's because it's more well know in my home country than QMUL. As per my knowledge, both universities have excellent reputations and great professors so it all comes down to what you plan on doing after your LLM.[/quote]
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Hello guys!

I am greek law intern currently and I have received offers from KCL and QMUL. I have applied for International finance law and banking and finance law LLM respectively and I am confused about the final option. I have read previous discussions about the above matter but what do you think is the best, concerning reputation, teaching quality, perspectives?
Thank you :)


If I were you, I'd pick KCL. But that's because it's more well know in my home country than QMUL. As per my knowledge, both universities have excellent reputations and great professors so it all comes down to what you plan on doing after your LLM. Best of luck!


Thank you for your response! Between the two of them, I am about to choose KCL! However, I am waiting for LSE and UCL...Thank God KCL gives me a long time in order to accept or decline their offer.
[quote][quote]Hello guys!

I am greek law intern currently and I have received offers from KCL and QMUL. I have applied for International finance law and banking and finance law LLM respectively and I am confused about the final option. I have read previous discussions about the above matter but what do you think is the best, concerning reputation, teaching quality, perspectives?
Thank you :)
[/quote]

If I were you, I'd pick KCL. But that's because it's more well know in my home country than QMUL. As per my knowledge, both universities have excellent reputations and great professors so it all comes down to what you plan on doing after your LLM. Best of luck![/quote]

Thank you for your response! Between the two of them, I am about to choose KCL! However, I am waiting for LSE and UCL...Thank God KCL gives me a long time in order to accept or decline their offer.

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Congratulations Eirini, when did you submit your application to kcl? Which specialization?
Congratulations Eirini, when did you submit your application to kcl? Which specialization?
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Master22
Do you guys know when the available courses/modules for the LLM at LSE (2018/19) are going to be published?
Do you guys know when the available courses/modules for the LLM at LSE (2018/19) are going to be published?
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Misaki60
Just got admitted to LSE!
I applied on 18 Dec. Anyone applied in the same period must be heard soon. Good luck!
Just got admitted to LSE!
I applied on 18 Dec. Anyone applied in the same period must be heard soon. Good luck!
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drom
Just got admitted to LSE!
I applied on 18 Dec. Anyone applied in the same period must be heard soon. Good luck!

Congratulations!! Which specialization did you choose?
[quote]Just got admitted to LSE!
I applied on 18 Dec. Anyone applied in the same period must be heard soon. Good luck![/quote]
Congratulations!! Which specialization did you choose?
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Misaki60
Just got admitted to LSE!
I applied on 18 Dec. Anyone applied in the same period must be heard soon. Good luck!

Congratulations!! Which specialization did you choose?


I chose LL.M. in Information Technology, Media and Communications Law.
[quote][quote]Just got admitted to LSE!
I applied on 18 Dec. Anyone applied in the same period must be heard soon. Good luck![/quote]
Congratulations!! Which specialization did you choose?[/quote]

I chose LL.M. in Information Technology, Media and Communications Law.
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Congratulations Eirini, when did you submit your application to kcl? Which specialization?


I chose LLM in International Finance Law. I applied on 19 Jan.
[quote]Congratulations Eirini, when did you submit your application to kcl? Which specialization? [/quote]

I chose LLM in International Finance Law. I applied on 19 Jan.
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Would love some thoughts on the LLM Human Rights on either Edinburgh or QMUL, or the two law schools in general.
Would love some thoughts on the LLM Human Rights on either Edinburgh or QMUL, or the two law schools in general.
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enora93
Hi guys

For those who applied to KCL and got admitted : did you send two references even though "references are not required for the LLM application" ?

Thank you and good luck :)
Hi guys

For those who applied to KCL and got admitted : did you send two references even though "references are not required for the LLM application" ?

Thank you and good luck :)
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Optimistic
Hi guys

For those who applied to KCL and got admitted : did you send two references even though "references are not required for the LLM application" ?

Thank you and good luck :)


For me, I received an offer from KCL without sending references
[quote]Hi guys

For those who applied to KCL and got admitted : did you send two references even though "references are not required for the LLM application" ?

Thank you and good luck :)
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For me, I received an offer from KCL without sending references
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Optimistic
I just received an offer from LSE. So delighted!
I just received an offer from LSE. So delighted!
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Kant_80
I just received an offer from LSE. So delighted!


Congrats! May I ask when was your application completed?
[quote]I just received an offer from LSE. So delighted![/quote]

Congrats! May I ask when was your application completed?
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VisionMed
Yassss

[Edited by VisionMed on Jul 12, 2018]

Yassss
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Optimistic
I just received an offer from LSE. So delighted!


Congrats! May I ask when was your application completed?


I applied on 15 Dec and my application was completed on 21 Dec
[quote][quote]I just received an offer from LSE. So delighted![/quote]

Congrats! May I ask when was your application completed?[/quote]

I applied on 15 Dec and my application was completed on 21 Dec
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Hi guys

For those who applied to KCL and got admitted : did you send two references even though "references are not required for the LLM application" ?

Thank you and good luck :)


For me, I received an offer from KCL without sending references


Does anyone get in to these London universities as long as they can afford it? That's what I have heard.


If that is true I'm a lucky person.
[quote][quote][quote]Hi guys

For those who applied to KCL and got admitted : did you send two references even though "references are not required for the LLM application" ?

Thank you and good luck :)
[/quote]

For me, I received an offer from KCL without sending references[/quote]

Does anyone get in to these London universities as long as they can afford it? That's what I have heard. [/quote]

If that is true I'm a lucky person.
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Master22
I just received an offer from LSE. So delighted!


Congratulations
[quote]I just received an offer from LSE. So delighted![/quote]

Congratulations
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She_Nerd
I have not been able to bring myself to submit my LL.M application to LSE. I graduated with a 3.3/5.0 GPA= 2.2 at undergrad, and a 2.1 in Law School. My school grading system is messed up, only a few get to leave with a 2.1, i.e 3.5/5.0.

Do I stand a chance at LSE?
I have not been able to bring myself to submit my LL.M application to LSE. I graduated with a 3.3/5.0 GPA= 2.2 at undergrad, and a 2.1 in Law School. My school grading system is messed up, only a few get to leave with a 2.1, i.e 3.5/5.0.

Do I stand a chance at LSE?
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Optimistic
I just received an offer from LSE. So delighted!


Congratulations


Thanks
[quote][quote]I just received an offer from LSE. So delighted![/quote]

Congratulations[/quote]

Thanks
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