LLM UCL / KCL / LSE / QMUL 2019-20


Karabas03
Hi there. Late applicant here. I’ve applied to QMUL for an LLM in Banking on May 7 and UCL for an LLM (with specialist degree in Banking too) on May 13. I hold an equivalent to First Class Honors from my MsC in Banking and Economics, but only a Lower Second from my Bachelor of Laws (young and lazy back then). I graduated Law School in 2014 and finished my first master’s in 2017. Any thoughts on probability of acceptance?
Thanks!


Hi, really difficult to comment. Please keep us in the loop.


Just received an unconditional offer from QMUL. Still waiting to hear from UCL


Congrats! Which country are you from?
[quote][quote][quote]Hi there. Late applicant here. I’ve applied to QMUL for an LLM in Banking on May 7 and UCL for an LLM (with specialist degree in Banking too) on May 13. I hold an equivalent to First Class Honors from my MsC in Banking and Economics, but only a Lower Second from my Bachelor of Laws (young and lazy back then). I graduated Law School in 2014 and finished my first master’s in 2017. Any thoughts on probability of acceptance?
Thanks![/quote]

Hi, really difficult to comment. Please keep us in the loop.[/quote]

Just received an unconditional offer from QMUL. Still waiting to hear from UCL [/quote]

Congrats! Which country are you from?
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Karabas03
Finally I have been accepted to QMUL.
Finally I have been accepted to QMUL.
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kiwig
Really can't decide between UCL and LSE.. want to combine environmental/corporate/financial crime.. any advice guys? LSE seems to have lower student satisfaction scores but probably more prestigious..
Really can't decide between UCL and LSE.. want to combine environmental/corporate/financial crime.. any advice guys? LSE seems to have lower student satisfaction scores but probably more prestigious..
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Really can't decide between UCL and LSE.. want to combine environmental/corporate/financial crime.. any advice guys? LSE seems to have lower student satisfaction scores but probably more prestigious..


I had the same dilemma, but ultimately decided to accept the offer from LSE because it is more prestigious. As someone from the US, I chose LSE because it has a much better international reputation. No one here has even heard of UCL, so it won't help me in my future job search.
[quote]Really can't decide between UCL and LSE.. want to combine environmental/corporate/financial crime.. any advice guys? LSE seems to have lower student satisfaction scores but probably more prestigious..[/quote]

I had the same dilemma, but ultimately decided to accept the offer from LSE because it is more prestigious. As someone from the US, I chose LSE because it has a much better international reputation. No one here has even heard of UCL, so it won't help me in my future job search.
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kiwig
Really can't decide between UCL and LSE.. want to combine environmental/corporate/financial crime.. any advice guys? LSE seems to have lower student satisfaction scores but probably more prestigious..


I had the same dilemma, but ultimately decided to accept the offer from LSE because it is more prestigious. As someone from the US, I chose LSE because it has a much better international reputation. No one here has even heard of UCL, so it won't help me in my future job search.


Fair enough.. I ended up choosing UCL because from what i've heard students are happier there and i keep hearing lse is soulless.. hard choice though. They're both fantastic universities
[quote][quote]Really can't decide between UCL and LSE.. want to combine environmental/corporate/financial crime.. any advice guys? LSE seems to have lower student satisfaction scores but probably more prestigious..[/quote]

I had the same dilemma, but ultimately decided to accept the offer from LSE because it is more prestigious. As someone from the US, I chose LSE because it has a much better international reputation. No one here has even heard of UCL, so it won't help me in my future job search.[/quote]

Fair enough.. I ended up choosing UCL because from what i've heard students are happier there and i keep hearing lse is soulless.. hard choice though. They're both fantastic universities
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