LLM UCL / KCL / LSE / QMUL 2018-19


Guys,

How much - in your estimation - is needed for the LLM in London? Including tuition fees, accomodation and other expenses. Am I correct in supposing that it would be between 30 and 40 thousand pounds in total?

Thanks!

Guys,

How much - in your estimation - is needed for the LLM in London? Including tuition fees, accomodation and other expenses. Am I correct in supposing that it would be between 30 and 40 thousand pounds in total?

Thanks!
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Guys,

How much - in your estimation - is needed for the LLM in London? Including tuition fees, accomodation and other expenses. Am I correct in supposing that it would be between 30 and 40 thousand pounds in total?

Thanks!

Guys,

How much - in your estimation - is needed for the LLM in London? Including tuition fees, accomodation and other expenses. Am I correct in supposing that it would be between 30 and 40 thousand pounds in total?

Thanks!
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Sofija

Guys,

How much - in your estimation - is needed for the LLM in London? Including tuition fees, accomodation and other expenses. Am I correct in supposing that it would be between 30 and 40 thousand pounds in total?

Thanks!
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You should add at least around 1500 pounds (2000 if you are willing to go out) per month for living expenses and then add the sum to the tuition fees.

[quote]Guys,

How much - in your estimation - is needed for the LLM in London? Including tuition fees, accomodation and other expenses. Am I correct in supposing that it would be between 30 and 40 thousand pounds in total?

Thanks![/quote]]]

You should add at least around 1500 pounds (2000 if you are willing to go out) per month for living expenses and then add the sum to the tuition fees.
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Guys,

How much - in your estimation - is needed for the LLM in London? Including tuition fees, accomodation and other expenses. Am I correct in supposing that it would be between 30 and 40 thousand pounds in total?

Thanks!
]]

You should add at least around 1500 pounds (2000 if you are willing to go out) per month for living expenses and then add the sum to the tuition fees.

Thank you! :)

[quote][quote]Guys,

How much - in your estimation - is needed for the LLM in London? Including tuition fees, accomodation and other expenses. Am I correct in supposing that it would be between 30 and 40 thousand pounds in total?

Thanks![/quote]]]

You should add at least around 1500 pounds (2000 if you are willing to go out) per month for living expenses and then add the sum to the tuition fees.[/quote]
Thank you! :)
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poupemou

Hello! I m the only one that is still waiting to hear for Kings! It s been more than two months that I have applied and im still waiting. Am i the only one? Thanks!

Hello! I m the only one that is still waiting to hear for Kings! It s been more than two months that I have applied and im still waiting. Am i the only one? Thanks!
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I still havent heard back. They told me they werent able to give me an estimate either. My guess is I applied too late (25/03).

I still havent heard back. They told me they werent able to give me an estimate either. My guess is I applied too late (25/03).
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Hi All,

Apologies and I will try this again. We have created a LLM facebook group page and it can be found by searching: UCL LLM Class 2018/2019 on facebook.


I accidentally created a page before instead of a group page and had to delete it. So this group page is up and running.

Hi All,

Apologies and I will try this again. We have created a LLM facebook group page and it can be found by searching: UCL LLM Class 2018/2019 on facebook.


I accidentally created a page before instead of a group page and had to delete it. So this group page is up and running.
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Still nothing back from KCL. They assured me it hadnt meant I was unsuccessful but I struggle to believe that.

Still nothing back from KCL. They assured me it hadnt meant I was unsuccessful but I struggle to believe that.
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lj_be

Facebook group for UCL LLM 2018/2019 students:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/462954107500179/

Facebook group for UCL LLM 2018/2019 students:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/462954107500179/
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Yaidi

Hi everybody. I got accepted at KCL. I think that classes begin 24/09 but do you know when it ends? I would like to know so that I can choose my accomodation properly. Many thanks.

Hi everybody. I got accepted at KCL. I think that classes begin 24/09 but do you know when it ends? I would like to know so that I can choose my accomodation properly. Many thanks.
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DanaC

Hi everybody. I got accepted at KCL. I think that classes begin 24/09 but do you know when it ends? I would like to know so that I can choose my accomodation properly. Many thanks.


Congrats) what course have you chosen?
My CAS states 30/09/2019
See you soon in London! :)

[Edited by DanaC on Jul 14, 2018]

[quote]Hi everybody. I got accepted at KCL. I think that classes begin 24/09 but do you know when it ends? I would like to know so that I can choose my accomodation properly. Many thanks.
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Congrats) what course have you chosen?
My CAS states 30/09/2019
See you soon in London! :)
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Are you an upcoming LLM student at King's College London? Have a look at the open committee positions for the upcoming LLM year 2018/2019

Open Committee Positions:
Welcome LLMers to the Postgraduate Law Society! The PGLS covers everything from social, practical to academic events. Further enrich your LLM experience at King's by being apart of the PGLS Committee! Please see details for the positions below. Send over a 250-word manifesto to kclpgls@gmail.com, with the position you're applying for as the header, outlining why you would be best suited for the role. The selection will be either interview based or by an election at the beginning of the first term. Good luck!

President:
- Setting the strategic direction for the society;
- Overseeing the society's activities to ensure that they are well executed, as well as managing and supporting the committee;
- Cultivate relationships with participating companies, firms and chambers in addition to the other law societies at King's and London universities;
- Maintain contact with the law faculty and careers service.

Vice President:
- Supporting the President in other managerial capacities;
- Working with the Treasurer in securing sponsorship for the society;
- Student outreach .

Treasurer:
- Manage the society's budget for events;
- Make and receive payments;
- Working with the Vice President in securing sponsorship for the society;
- Working alongside the Social Secretary in organising the June Ball.

Vocational Officer:
- Reaching out to and building a network with firms, chambers and companies;
- Organising and managing vocational events;
- Liaising with the other law societies at King's and London universities for possible collaborations;
- Maintaining a network with the careers service.
Marketing and Communications Officer:
- Creating content for newsletters and social media posts;
- Keeping members up-to-date with what's going on, responding to emails;
- Taking minutes at the meetings;
- Acting as a point of contact for any queries.

Social Secretary:
- Organising our popular fortnightly Thursday drinks and other social activities;
- Main organiser of the annual June Ball.

N.B: President and Treasurer must be available to attend training in September.

For further details: www.kclpgls.co.uk
Facebook: KCL Postgraduate Law Society
Instagram: kclpgls

[Edited by Magda Aref on Aug 30, 2018]

Are you an upcoming LLM student at King's College London? Have a look at the open committee positions for the upcoming LLM year 2018/2019

Open Committee Positions:
Welcome LLMers to the Postgraduate Law Society! The PGLS covers everything from social, practical to academic events. Further enrich your LLM experience at King's by being apart of the PGLS Committee! Please see details for the positions below. Send over a 250-word manifesto to kclpgls@gmail.com, with the position you're applying for as the header, outlining why you would be best suited for the role. The selection will be either interview based or by an election at the beginning of the first term. Good luck!

President:
- Setting the strategic direction for the society;
- Overseeing the society's activities to ensure that they are well executed, as well as managing and supporting the committee;
- Cultivate relationships with participating companies, firms and chambers in addition to the other law societies at King's and London universities;
- Maintain contact with the law faculty and careers service.

Vice President:
- Supporting the President in other managerial capacities;
- Working with the Treasurer in securing sponsorship for the society;
- Student outreach [i.e. maintaining IT facilities such as the PGLS website and LinkedIn group].

Treasurer:
- Manage the society's budget for events;
- Make and receive payments;
- Working with the Vice President in securing sponsorship for the society;
- Working alongside the Social Secretary in organising the June Ball.

Vocational Officer:
- Reaching out to and building a network with firms, chambers and companies;
- Organising and managing vocational events;
- Liaising with the other law societies at King's and London universities for possible collaborations;
- Maintaining a network with the careers service.
Marketing and Communications Officer:
- Creating content for newsletters and social media posts;
- Keeping members up-to-date with what's going on, responding to emails;
- Taking minutes at the meetings;
- Acting as a point of contact for any queries.

Social Secretary:
- Organising our popular fortnightly Thursday drinks and other social activities;
- Main organiser of the annual June Ball.

N.B: President and Treasurer must be available to attend training in September.

For further details: www.kclpgls.co.uk
Facebook: KCL Postgraduate Law Society
Instagram: kclpgls
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I went to QMUL had an incredible experience especially with students and teachers. The Libarary was pretty good too. I had many friends from all law schools in London and closest ones from UCL & Kings. I did visit all the top Law schools in the country, i was very impressed with Kings & LSE. But UCL was the best!!!

UCL is incredible. It is as good as Columbia or NYU. UCL has incredible infrastructure, location, teachers, modules, library and very active student body. UCL is better than LSE, QMUL, Kings, Nottingham, City etc. QMUL is highly rated for Arbitration and IP and wonderful student body and staff. But it lacks alumni power and endowment unlike LSE or Kings. LSE has maximum student endowment and most active alumni amongst all these which boasts good for the students for getting information or getting internship or getting job!

I went to QMUL had an incredible experience especially with students and teachers. The Libarary was pretty good too. I had many friends from all law schools in London and closest ones from UCL & Kings. I did visit all the top Law schools in the country, i was very impressed with Kings & LSE. But UCL was the best!!!

UCL is incredible. It is as good as Columbia or NYU. UCL has incredible infrastructure, location, teachers, modules, library and very active student body. UCL is better than LSE, QMUL, Kings, Nottingham, City etc. QMUL is highly rated for Arbitration and IP and wonderful student body and staff. But it lacks alumni power and endowment unlike LSE or Kings. LSE has maximum student endowment and most active alumni amongst all these which boasts good for the students for getting information or getting internship or getting job!
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