Queen Mary (Finance law vs. TMT law)


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Hi there,
I am planning to apply to QM LLM program this year, however I am between choosing Finance law and TMT law. I have been in M&A practice for some time, that is why I am leaning towards Finance law to have a strong command over the deals on the market but also on the other hand, as I am also interested in technology, I am willing to do a master in TMT law in QM.

Which area would you recommend? I have never done GDPR practice before or media regulations, so will be new to that. But I am willing to take a shot. Problem is, I have to choose one of them to apply to QM. I guess there is a general LLM option to have a mix but I think it is not that recommended. People usually go for specialized programs.

What would your preference be?

Hi there,
I am planning to apply to QM LLM program this year, however I am between choosing Finance law and TMT law. I have been in M&A practice for some time, that is why I am leaning towards Finance law to have a strong command over the deals on the market but also on the other hand, as I am also interested in technology, I am willing to do a master in TMT law in QM.

Which area would you recommend? I have never done GDPR practice before or media regulations, so will be new to that. But I am willing to take a shot. Problem is, I have to choose one of them to apply to QM. I guess there is a general LLM option to have a mix but I think it is not that recommended. People usually go for specialized programs.

What would your preference be?
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Don’t limit your choice by the specialism title. You should read the modules list and the requirements of each program to check if it suits your needs/preferences.

I am currently studying the LLM in Banking and Finance Law at QMUL and I had to take 120-credits modules from this specialism and other 60-credits modules from whichever specialisms I want.

Even with the 120-credits requirement, most of the chosen modules are also part of other specialisms, for instance, LLM Regulation and Compliance, MSc Law and Regulation and LLM Law and Economics.

Don’t limit your choice by the specialism title.&nbsp;You should read the modules list and the requirements of each program to check if it suits your needs/preferences.<br><br>I am currently studying the LLM in Banking and Finance Law at QMUL and I had to take 120-credits modules from this specialism and other 60-credits modules from whichever specialisms I want.<br><br>Even with the 120-credits requirement, most of the chosen modules are also part of other specialisms, for instance, LLM Regulation and Compliance, MSc Law and Regulation and LLM Law and Economics.
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