UCL or KCL


thrs not much time left to retake an exam so i guess i will stick to kcl........its above ucl right now for law n dats what matters .....or m i just consolin myself

thrs not much time left to retake an exam so i guess i will stick to kcl........its above ucl right now for law n dats what matters .....or m i just consolin myself
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LJ

Hi everyone,

How funny to read these posts:) most of them sound so much like me "holding an unconditional offer from KCL, having 7.0 in IELTS- having conditional offer from UCL and finally which one is better, taking in consideration that it is so unattractive to take another test in this midsummer time?!":)
I guess no one tried to ask for a waiver in regards of the English Language Requirement fulfillment? Do you think it is not worth it? That is what i did with KCL actually and they accepted it and released me from the TEST torture :)
will be happy to hear any clever comments on the issue of discussion:)
LJ

Hi everyone,

How funny to read these posts:) most of them sound so much like me "holding an unconditional offer from KCL, having 7.0 in IELTS- having conditional offer from UCL and finally which one is better, taking in consideration that it is so unattractive to take another test in this midsummer time?!":)
I guess no one tried to ask for a waiver in regards of the English Language Requirement fulfillment? Do you think it is not worth it? That is what i did with KCL actually and they accepted it and released me from the TEST torture :)
will be happy to hear any clever comments on the issue of discussion:)
LJ
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Inactive User

hi LJ,

The problem i guess is that UCL does not accept the English Language Waiver request, atleast that is what they say.. especially in law.. i guess that is the reason why such a thing has not happened..

Cheers..
Abhinav

hi LJ,

The problem i guess is that UCL does not accept the English Language Waiver request, atleast that is what they say.. especially in law.. i guess that is the reason why such a thing has not happened..

Cheers..
Abhinav
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dude LJ.....if u are so sure about ur clever comments thn why dint u try ur luck at UCL.....mean if u are so smart than u cud have easily asked for a waiver thr too rite.........
if u read da posts clearly than da discussion for da IELTS score is for UCL and not KCL

dude LJ.....if u are so sure about ur clever comments thn why dint u try ur luck at UCL.....mean if u are so smart than u cud have easily asked for a waiver thr too rite.........
if u read da posts clearly than da discussion for da IELTS score is for UCL and not KCL
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LJ

Hey there meghapurohit,
First of all I am not a dude,I am more of a girl:)
Secondly, I did not mean to offend anyone and if you clearly read my post, it was a pure question not a hint or something, I wondered if anyone has tried the trick with waiver thing and if anyone succeeded:)
And finally I do not think that anyone can let himself be so arrogant, here at this forum, since one should understand how much tension is on everyones side and that this kinda replies are pretty useless:)
Good luck everyone with all you do and happy to help if needed.
LJ

Hey there meghapurohit,
First of all I am not a dude,I am more of a girl:)
Secondly, I did not mean to offend anyone and if you clearly read my post, it was a pure question not a hint or something, I wondered if anyone has tried the trick with waiver thing and if anyone succeeded:)
And finally I do not think that anyone can let himself be so arrogant, here at this forum, since one should understand how much tension is on everyones side and that this kinda replies are pretty useless:)
Good luck everyone with all you do and happy to help if needed.
LJ
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LJ

Thank you Abhinav,
that is exactly what I wanted to hear, well may be not wanted but I guess needed:)
Good Luck
LJ

hi LJ,

The problem i guess is that UCL does not accept the English Language Waiver request, atleast that is what they say.. especially in law.. i guess that is the reason why such a thing has not happened..

Cheers..
Abhinav

Thank you Abhinav,
that is exactly what I wanted to hear, well may be not wanted but I guess needed:)
Good Luck
LJ
<blockquote>hi LJ,

The problem i guess is that UCL does not accept the English Language Waiver request, atleast that is what they say.. especially in law.. i guess that is the reason why such a thing has not happened..

Cheers..
Abhinav</blockquote>
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LLMgirl

Hi all,

I got accepted to both UCL and KCL for the LLM. I'm interested in commercial law modules.

I'm having a bit of a dilemma regarding where to choose. For KCL I received a scholarship (King's Alumni Bursary) worth 20% of the fees, which makes my tuition a mere £4,400 (as I'm a UK student).

UCL was actually my first choice, but the cost is much more - £7,450 for home students. I'm still waiting on the results of my scholarship application, but as there is only 1 scholarship for home students it's a long shot.

Any advice/comments would be appreciated. Thanks!

Hi all,

I got accepted to both UCL and KCL for the LLM. I'm interested in commercial law modules.

I'm having a bit of a dilemma regarding where to choose. For KCL I received a scholarship (King's Alumni Bursary) worth 20% of the fees, which makes my tuition a mere £4,400 (as I'm a UK student).

UCL was actually my first choice, but the cost is much more - £7,450 for home students. I'm still waiting on the results of my scholarship application, but as there is only 1 scholarship for home students it's a long shot.

Any advice/comments would be appreciated. Thanks!
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prashbez

Hi

My suggestion is take KCL if you have the scholarship. Not much difference between KCL and UCL in my view. I'm going to KCL but without a scholarship and I'm an international student. :))))

Hi

My suggestion is take KCL if you have the scholarship. Not much difference between KCL and UCL in my view. I'm going to KCL but without a scholarship and I'm an international student. :))))
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Hi all,

I got accepted to both UCL and KCL for the LLM. I'm interested in commercial law modules.

I'm having a bit of a dilemma regarding where to choose. For KCL I received a scholarship (King's Alumni Bursary) worth 20% of the fees, which makes my tuition a mere £4,400 (as I'm a UK student).

UCL was actually my first choice, but the cost is much more - £7,450 for home students. I'm still waiting on the results of my scholarship application, but as there is only 1 scholarship for home students it's a long shot.

Any advice/comments would be appreciated. Thanks!


In your position, I'd opt for KCL. I don't think UCL justifies the additional costs, and I don't believe that an LLM from UCL will offer you anymore kudos with employers than an LLM at KCL. At a European level, KCL is more high-profile too (although I'm not sure why!).

<blockquote>Hi all,

I got accepted to both UCL and KCL for the LLM. I'm interested in commercial law modules.

I'm having a bit of a dilemma regarding where to choose. For KCL I received a scholarship (King's Alumni Bursary) worth 20% of the fees, which makes my tuition a mere £4,400 (as I'm a UK student).

UCL was actually my first choice, but the cost is much more - £7,450 for home students. I'm still waiting on the results of my scholarship application, but as there is only 1 scholarship for home students it's a long shot.

Any advice/comments would be appreciated. Thanks! </blockquote>

In your position, I'd opt for KCL. I don't think UCL justifies the additional costs, and I don't believe that an LLM from UCL will offer you anymore kudos with employers than an LLM at KCL. At a European level, KCL is more high-profile too (although I'm not sure why!).
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Thanks cowboyblues,

well it seems you are right. Which univ do u think is best for Corporate, banking, Commercial?

Thanks..
abhinav


That's such a broad subject matter that's it's hard to determine which college is best.

I'd suggest you get a list of the LLM courses offered at KCL and UCL, and make some specific choices, then investigate who teaches them, and if the course is running in your academic year etc.
http://www.kcl.ac.uk/schools/law/gradstudy/llm/prog/tailored/?q=A
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/laws/prospective/llm/index.shtml?llm_subjects

I've not really heard of either university being better at commercial/corporate law generally - in fact, I'd say QMUL's CCLS is better known for commercial law in some respects.

<blockquote>Thanks cowboyblues,

well it seems you are right. Which univ do u think is best for Corporate, banking, Commercial?

Thanks..
abhinav</blockquote>

That's such a broad subject matter that's it's hard to determine which college is best.

I'd suggest you get a list of the LLM courses offered at KCL and UCL, and make some specific choices, then investigate who teaches them, and if the course is running in your academic year etc.
http://www.kcl.ac.uk/schools/law/gradstudy/llm/prog/tailored/?q=A
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/laws/prospective/llm/index.shtml?llm_subjects

I've not really heard of either university being better at commercial/corporate law generally - in fact, I'd say QMUL's CCLS is better known for commercial law in some respects.
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maggi

while we are at discussing commercial law and the best universities for it can anyone please tel me which wld be better KCL or QMUL--( i realize tis is a UCL or KCL discussion, but yeah i need an answer)

my worry is QM doesnt figure anywhere close to KCL or UCL in terms of ranking but i still hear its CCLS centre is pretty decent. dono wat to believe

while we are at discussing commercial law and the best universities for it can anyone please tel me which wld be better KCL or QMUL--( i realize tis is a UCL or KCL discussion, but yeah i need an answer)

my worry is QM doesnt figure anywhere close to KCL or UCL in terms of ranking but i still hear its CCLS centre is pretty decent. dono wat to believe
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Adhémar

MariArti;
You have the right Answer.
No doubt, UCL is the best. We ave to be honest and admit. That s a fact

MariArti;
You have the right Answer.
No doubt, UCL is the best. We ave to be honest and admit. That s a fact
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MariArti

MariArti;
You have the right Answer.
No doubt, UCL is the best. We ave to be honest and admit. That s a fact


Thanks ;)
It is nice to be right! ;))
Though, I truly believe that KCL is a good school, worth applying.

<blockquote>MariArti;
You have the right Answer.
No doubt, UCL is the best. We ave to be honest and admit. That s a fact </blockquote>

Thanks ;)
It is nice to be right! ;))
Though, I truly believe that KCL is a good school, worth applying.
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which is better for the LLM??


kcl is the best.

<blockquote>which is better for the LLM??</blockquote>

kcl is the best.
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Adhémar

now we are in
and def. UCL is better

now we are in
and def. UCL is better
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Pharrell

In my opinon- UCL...

In my opinon- UCL...
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Adhémar

is the best ;)

is the best ;)
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