I know this question has been posted before, but I haven't found anything very recent and I fell quite a bit has changed (or at least that's what I could gather).
I'm looking to do a LLM in international business law/international commercial law at UCL, King's or QML and can't decide for the life of me.
I spoke to one practitioner that strongly recommended QML, but then he did attend that uni himself.
It seems to me like for overall prestige King's is definitely stronger, but maybe for the LLM in financial law (broadly) QML might be better? From the info I could gather it seems that QML got quite established during the last few years..
And UCL is highest in the rankings atm...even though these seem somewhat arbitrary to me.
All three are part if the Russel group, while QML isn't part of the "golden triangle", as a non-UK national it is hard for me to judge however if the latter is "just" a prestige thing or actually matters.
King's seems to be very practically oriented, which I like, but then QML seems to be doing a lot of voluntary work to get you right into it.
Also it seems to me King's might be sponsored by more of the big law firms, which seems like a plus?
King's clearly has got the greatest location, and if their courses are equally good I think I would prefer King's..
I've read a few times that it actually doesn't matter which of these unis you attend, as they're all good and appreciated by future employees - does anyone possibly know or maybe have any expirience with degreees from these Unis in the english job market?
Anyway, I am super undecided atm and a bit worried of making the wrong decision (leaning tow. King's atm for no specific reason, just because I've always loved the bulding and campus), so if anyone has any more advice or maybe even went to one of the unis, I would very greatly appreciate it, as I feel I have done all the research possible and am still nowhere close to deciding.
Thanks and cheers :)
[Edited by fador on Mar 23, 2017]