Masters in Tax


Lukedf

Hello,

I am looking at the London Colleges for a Masters in Tax. I am considering the following:
LLM in Taxation @ Queen Mary
LLM in Taxation @ LSE
LLM in Taxation @ King's College
MA in Taxation @ Institute for Advanced Legal Studies. (IALS)

I am considering an application for an Oxford BCL, but I am currently at a Uni of London college and would prefer to stay in London. Plus it seems the most acclaimed Tax programs are offered in the City.

Queen Mary seems to have an excellent reputation in the commercial field, particularly postgrad, and so does LSE. Of the London colleges those are my first two picks -- but I am also considering this MA from IALS which I can't seem to find much information on.

Would anyone care to give me their feedback on the courses I am considering? I really don't care much for uneducated unnecessary Uni bashing over who has the best reputation. I want to know where I'm going to get the best tax law teaching possible....

Hello,

I am looking at the London Colleges for a Masters in Tax. I am considering the following:
LLM in Taxation @ Queen Mary
LLM in Taxation @ LSE
LLM in Taxation @ King's College
MA in Taxation @ Institute for Advanced Legal Studies. (IALS)

I am considering an application for an Oxford BCL, but I am currently at a Uni of London college and would prefer to stay in London. Plus it seems the most acclaimed Tax programs are offered in the City.

Queen Mary seems to have an excellent reputation in the commercial field, particularly postgrad, and so does LSE. Of the London colleges those are my first two picks -- but I am also considering this MA from IALS which I can't seem to find much information on.

Would anyone care to give me their feedback on the courses I am considering? I really don't care much for uneducated unnecessary Uni bashing over who has the best reputation. I want to know where I'm going to get the best tax law teaching possible....
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Lukedf

bump.... anyone?

bump.... anyone?
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Lz

.. I wouldn't do LSE .. being a man there does not sound like a very nice experience:
http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2011/sep/14/gender-studies-male-blaming-bias


.. I wouldn't do LSE .. being a man there does not sound like a very nice experience:
http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2011/sep/14/gender-studies-male-blaming-bias
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Lukedf

Lol. I'm just about to complete my studies, but that would never turn me off of LSE. Firstly, its the Guardian. Secondly, pro-feminism does not mean anti-male. It means pro-"thinking of another way of constructing society which may have been but for feminine exclusion." Besides, it's an arts class and therefore contains inherently subjective material. If he had a strong opinion he should have opened his mouth.


not to mention... pretty irrelevant to tax.

Lol. I'm just about to complete my studies, but that would never turn me off of LSE. Firstly, its the Guardian. Secondly, pro-feminism does not mean anti-male. It means pro-"thinking of another way of constructing society which may have been but for feminine exclusion." Besides, it's an arts class and therefore contains inherently subjective material. If he had a strong opinion he should have opened his mouth.


not to mention... pretty irrelevant to tax.
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taxexpert

Queen Mary is the top LLM in Tax.
The MA in Taxation at the SAS is the top tax programme in EU offering almost 20 options/modules.

Queen Mary is the top LLM in Tax.
The MA in Taxation at the SAS is the top tax programme in EU offering almost 20 options/modules.
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