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9sheen

I have just received an offer from Queen Mary's, Brunel and Greenwich for International commercial law..taking the fees into consideration as an overseas student, Greenwich seems the best bet as it fees are around 10,000 pounds. Although from this forum one can make out that Queen Mary's is a very good institute but it fees at 15000 pounds does not seem attractive. Pls advice regarding the quality as at the end that would make a lot of difference.

Any suggestions as the post-study visa has been discontinued does any one have an idea if LLM students have a chance of extending their visa to gain work experience? through the new tier 1 scheme.

Also what are the requirements for sitting for the QLTT exams for overseas student. I am from India......

I have just received an offer from Queen Mary's, Brunel and Greenwich for International commercial law..taking the fees into consideration as an overseas student, Greenwich seems the best bet as it fees are around 10,000 pounds. Although from this forum one can make out that Queen Mary's is a very good institute but it fees at 15000 pounds does not seem attractive. Pls advice regarding the quality as at the end that would make a lot of difference.

Any suggestions as the post-study visa has been discontinued does any one have an idea if LLM students have a chance of extending their visa to gain work experience? through the new tier 1 scheme.

Also what are the requirements for sitting for the QLTT exams for overseas student. I am from India......
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adam81

to be honest..i would go to QM, and ignore the other 2, as it would be a complete waste of money...

thats just my opinion

to be honest..i would go to QM, and ignore the other 2, as it would be a complete waste of money...

thats just my opinion
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Floris

If you can spare the extra money for QM - go for it, it has the best repuation. If not go for the other.

Also consider the living expenses in London - if you really want to save some money - go anywhere except London.

If you can spare the extra money for QM - go for it, it has the best repuation. If not go for the other.

Also consider the living expenses in London - if you really want to save some money - go anywhere except London.
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beicon

I'd go to Queen Mary. The others would be a waste of time and money, especially when you've pulled off such a good university such as Queen Mary... I know it's a rather big difference money-wise, but it's worth it.

I'd go to Queen Mary. The others would be a waste of time and money, especially when you've pulled off such a good university such as Queen Mary... I know it's a rather big difference money-wise, but it's worth it.
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