Master in Human Rights


hawkme

If you got financial assistance (and depend on it), go with the best offer. If you don't need financial assistance or all 3 offer roughly the same financial support, go with LSE. LSE is at the top of the top, you can't go wrong with it

If you got financial assistance (and depend on it), go with the best offer. If you don't need financial assistance or all 3 offer roughly the same financial support, go with LSE. LSE is at the top of the top, you can't go wrong with it
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ajayail

hey guys I have scored 66.33% in LLB IN 2011(panjab university india) . what r my chances in LSE, UCL OR KINGS..any suggestions ..please

hey guys I have scored 66.33% in LLB IN 2011(panjab university india) . what r my chances in LSE, UCL OR KINGS..any suggestions ..please
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