Selection of University


rvdasika

Hi
I got Offers form Queen Mary, KCL, Aberdeen, Manchester, Liverpool, UEA. for International Commercial and Business law, Corporate law and Corporate Governance.

I am in confusion to choose which University. Every university is offering a very good courses in their own style, but I wanted to do my LLM in International Corporate Governance.
Kindly help in choosing universities.

University of UEA is offering good courses for International perspective, I am in a confused state to give preference to course of to brand name of university. Kindly please suggest.

My IELTS ban is 6.5 and they are asking for 7.0.
KCL, QMUL,Manchester are asking for pre-session course.
In what way the pre sessional course helps me. or is it better to take IELTS once again.

Hi
I got Offers form Queen Mary, KCL, Aberdeen, Manchester, Liverpool, UEA. for International Commercial and Business law, Corporate law and Corporate Governance.

I am in confusion to choose which University. Every university is offering a very good courses in their own style, but I wanted to do my LLM in International Corporate Governance.
Kindly help in choosing universities.

University of UEA is offering good courses for International perspective, I am in a confused state to give preference to course of to brand name of university. Kindly please suggest.

My IELTS ban is 6.5 and they are asking for 7.0.
KCL, QMUL,Manchester are asking for pre-session course.
In what way the pre sessional course helps me. or is it better to take IELTS once again.
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Pluto

Take UEA off your list. It's not the same league as the other four.

Take UEA off your list. It's not the same league as the other four.
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rvdasika

thanks for you suggestion,
but wat abt the rest of five, and few days back I got offers frm Newcastle and Birmingham.
I am a bit confused whether o go with brand or with the course.

Please some one help me.

thanks for you suggestion,
but wat abt the rest of five, and few days back I got offers frm Newcastle and Birmingham.
I am a bit confused whether o go with brand or with the course.

Please some one help me.
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beicon

KCL is by far the best option you have. Apart from QM and Aberdeen, would even have applied to the others...

KCL is by far the best option you have. Apart from QM and Aberdeen, would even have applied to the others...
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beicon

And just to follow my last post up, take the IELTS again...I don't think it's worth flying to London without being sure whether you'll get the grades to stick around for the rest of the course.

And just to follow my last post up, take the IELTS again...I don't think it's worth flying to London without being sure whether you'll get the grades to stick around for the rest of the course.
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I've heard several times that pre-session courses are very formal and, in fact, useless. It's just an addition money-making thing. Therefore, it's better to have IELTS results which (a) guarantee your place; and (b) made you study alot to achieve the 7.0 result.

I've heard several times that pre-session courses are very formal and, in fact, useless. It's just an addition money-making thing. Therefore, it's better to have IELTS results which (a) guarantee your place; and (b) made you study alot to achieve the 7.0 result.
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Poppet

As someone who studied law in a foreign language at a very competitive school, I must strongly recommend that if you aren't meeting the minimum language requirements that you save your money, time, self-esteem and sanity and NOT go until your language abilities are on par with (at least) their minimum demands. In my case I passed the language exam and then still drowned trying to learn and apply legal concepts in a foreign language. My comprehension was fine but written was a disaster, meaning terrible marks on essays and exams - despite knowledge of the material. It was emotionally, mentally, and financially crushing.

So if you aren't meeting the minimum language requirements, then I strongly, strongly urge you to consider the fact that language tests are not only part of the competitive process, but are meant to be indicative of whether you will have the skills to complete the program or not.

As someone who studied law in a foreign language at a very competitive school, I must strongly recommend that if you aren't meeting the minimum language requirements that you save your money, time, self-esteem and sanity and NOT go until your language abilities are on par with (at least) their minimum demands. In my case I passed the language exam and then still drowned trying to learn and apply legal concepts in a foreign language. My comprehension was fine but written was a disaster, meaning terrible marks on essays and exams - despite knowledge of the material. It was emotionally, mentally, and financially crushing.

So if you aren't meeting the minimum language requirements, then I strongly, strongly urge you to consider the fact that language tests are not only part of the competitive process, but are meant to be indicative of whether you will have the skills to complete the program or not.
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rvdasika

thanks bro for u'r suggestion and surely i'll rethink about the selection of the university.

thanks bro for u'r suggestion and surely i'll rethink about the selection of the university.
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