UCL for 2019 or QMUL for 2018?


Mizar
Hello guys!

My specialization is constitutional law, ethics, human rights. I have two offers from UCL and QMUL for LLM. I'm also a master student in my home country. UCL ask me that to finish my current master, so I have the option to defer my UCL offer to 2019 September. However, QMUL doesn't want me to finish my current master. However, QMUL is known especially in private law, not public law. I know UCL is better than QMUL but I don't know whether or not it is worth to wait one more year. Also, I've heard that UCL's pre-sess course is really difficult. And my English is not so good :( I need to improve it.

My mind is really confused, I couldn't decide. If you have any advice, I'll be really grateful!
Hello guys!

My specialization is constitutional law, ethics, human rights. I have two offers from UCL and QMUL for LLM. I'm also a master student in my home country. UCL ask me that to finish my current master, so I have the option to defer my UCL offer to 2019 September. However, QMUL doesn't want me to finish my current master. However, QMUL is known especially in private law, not public law. I know UCL is better than QMUL but I don't know whether or not it is worth to wait one more year. Also, I've heard that UCL's pre-sess course is really difficult. And my English is not so good :( I need to improve it.

My mind is really confused, I couldn't decide. If you have any advice, I'll be really grateful!
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Phoenix
if you prefer the public sector then stay with it and likewise for the private. Also you need to think about factors like costs, modules, period of waiting and career prospects as well. If you really care about constitutional law and etc, then go for ucl
if you prefer the public sector then stay with it and likewise for the private. Also you need to think about factors like costs, modules, period of waiting and career prospects as well. If you really care about constitutional law and etc, then go for ucl
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Mizar
if you prefer the public sector then stay with it and likewise for the private. Also you need to think about factors like costs, modules, period of waiting and career prospects as well. If you really care about constitutional law and etc, then go for ucl



Thank you for your reply! But sorry, I couldn’t exactly what you meant at your first sentence?? I I want to be an academician, so after llm I will study for phd. And public law is my interested area.

Actually I’m sponsored so I don’t need to think about costs. I just worry about the waiting the whole one year. And the language difficulties:( when it comes to modules, both universities are okey for me.

Thank you again:)
[quote]if you prefer the public sector then stay with it and likewise for the private. Also you need to think about factors like costs, modules, period of waiting and career prospects as well. If you really care about constitutional law and etc, then go for ucl[/quote]


Thank you for your reply! But sorry, I couldn’t exactly what you meant at your first sentence?? I I want to be an academician, so after llm I will study for phd. And public law is my interested area.

Actually I’m sponsored so I don’t need to think about costs. I just worry about the waiting the whole one year. And the language difficulties:( when it comes to modules, both universities are okey for me.

Thank you again:)
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Phoenix
if you prefer the public sector then stay with it and likewise for the private. Also you need to think about factors like costs, modules, period of waiting and career prospects as well. If you really care about constitutional law and etc, then go for ucl



Thank you for your reply! But sorry, I couldn’t exactly what you meant at your first sentence?? I I want to be an academician, so after llm I will study for phd. And public law is my interested area.

Actually I’m sponsored so I don’t need to think about costs. I just worry about the waiting the whole one year. And the language difficulties:( when it comes to modules, both universities are okey for me.

Thank you again:)


I meant if you prefer studying constitutional law, ethics, human rights and other similar areas, then choose that instead.
[quote][quote]if you prefer the public sector then stay with it and likewise for the private. Also you need to think about factors like costs, modules, period of waiting and career prospects as well. If you really care about constitutional law and etc, then go for ucl[/quote]


Thank you for your reply! But sorry, I couldn’t exactly what you meant at your first sentence?? I I want to be an academician, so after llm I will study for phd. And public law is my interested area.

Actually I’m sponsored so I don’t need to think about costs. I just worry about the waiting the whole one year. And the language difficulties:( when it comes to modules, both universities are okey for me.

Thank you again:)[/quote]

I meant if you prefer studying constitutional law, ethics, human rights and other similar areas, then choose that instead.
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Mizar
Thank you so much:) Btw, have you applied any university?
Thank you so much:) Btw, have you applied any university?
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