Maritime LAW (LLM) For UK? Help Please.


LawyeredTR

Hello mates. I'm Lawyer in Turkey and i want to come United Kingdom for Master Education about Maritime Law program. I search all of University but i have one problem.

Which is the best school in UK for this program also validity all of the world.

I want to post-graduate program in Southampton or Bristol University which school do you prefer me about Maritime Law LLM?

And my problem is;

My GPA is only 2.02 on 4.00 in my University so Southampton University want to pre-master about me because of the lowest GPA.

Or

I'll go to Plymouth or Greenwich University they don't ask me pre-master or any program if i pass ielts or any choices i can go this schools.

What your prefer me? Southampton is the most popular university about maritime law in the world? Is that right?

Which option is sensible for me?

Please help me thanks all of them for read.

Best regards

Hello mates. I'm Lawyer in Turkey and i want to come United Kingdom for Master Education about Maritime Law program. I search all of University but i have one problem.

Which is the best school in UK for this program also validity all of the world.

I want to post-graduate program in Southampton or Bristol University which school do you prefer me about Maritime Law LLM?

And my problem is;

My GPA is only 2.02 on 4.00 in my University so Southampton University want to pre-master about me because of the lowest GPA.

Or

I'll go to Plymouth or Greenwich University they don't ask me pre-master or any program if i pass ielts or any choices i can go this schools.

What your prefer me? Southampton is the most popular university about maritime law in the world? Is that right?

Which option is sensible for me?

Please help me thanks all of them for read.

Best regards
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Wheretogo_

I would apply to all of them regardless of your GPA. A good statement of purpose, strong letters of recommendation will balance the weak parts of the CV. Don't waste much time and apply.

I would apply to all of them regardless of your GPA. A good statement of purpose, strong letters of recommendation will balance the weak parts of the CV. Don't waste much time and apply.
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LawyeredTR

I would apply to all of them regardless of your GPA. A good statement of purpose, strong letters of recommendation will balance the weak parts of the CV. Don't waste much time and apply.


What you prefer me mate pre-master or normal master im talking southampton and they said me u cant come without pre.

<blockquote>I would apply to all of them regardless of your GPA. A good statement of purpose, strong letters of recommendation will balance the weak parts of the CV. Don't waste much time and apply. </blockquote>

What you prefer me mate pre-master or normal master im talking southampton and they said me u cant come without pre.
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Wheretogo_

depends on what YOU want. I can't answer that for you. If you want Southampton then you probably need to take the pre master course. Southampton is the most prestigious

depends on what YOU want. I can't answer that for you. If you want Southampton then you probably need to take the pre master course. Southampton is the most prestigious
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LawyeredTR

depends on what YOU want. I can't answer that for you. If you want Southampton then you probably need to take the pre master course. Southampton is the most prestigious


More than exeter or bristol right? Or i ask it this way. Is the best maritime law school in UK? Thanks for your answers

<blockquote>depends on what YOU want. I can't answer that for you. If you want Southampton then you probably need to take the pre master course. Southampton is the most prestigious</blockquote>

More than exeter or bristol right? Or i ask it this way. Is the best maritime law school in UK? Thanks for your answers
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Wheretogo_

Bristol is excellent. Out of all of them yes, Bristol is probably the best. Southampton is also good but Bristol is the better university. Exeter is good but the others are better from maritime law.

Bristol is excellent. Out of all of them yes, Bristol is probably the best. Southampton is also good but Bristol is the better university. Exeter is good but the others are better from maritime law.
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LawyeredTR

Bristol is excellent. Out of all of them yes, Bristol is probably the best. Southampton is also good but Bristol is the better university. Exeter is good but the others are better from maritime law.


How about social life? Am i choose bristol or southampton?

<blockquote>Bristol is excellent. Out of all of them yes, Bristol is probably the best. Southampton is also good but Bristol is the better university. Exeter is good but the others are better from maritime law.</blockquote>

How about social life? Am i choose bristol or southampton?
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Wheretogo_

That I don't know! Look at the reviews online.

That I don't know! Look at the reviews online.
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LawyeredTR

That I don't know! Look at the reviews online.


Thanks for the replies mate

<blockquote>That I don't know! Look at the reviews online.</blockquote>

Thanks for the replies mate
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