What can an argentinian law student do to get into top LLM in UK?


Minkyun1

Hey everyone,

A friend of mine is soon-to-be graduating from one of private law schools in Argentina. It seems like it's not a really strong program as Argentinian education system ain't that strong according to him. He wants to study more in U.K. to be an international lawyer, but he is unsure of what kind of specific law he wants to study. I think he wants to learn general stuff to learn more about everything, but I think all master programs are much more specific and specialized. Please advise me on this!

On top of this, could anyone of you guys tell me what kind of things should be satisfied to get accepted to top LLM programs?
Like scores for exams, examples of experiences needed, basically all sort of qualifications maybe including IELTS. He doesn't have a strong background so I want to help him to have proper strategies so that he can further develop himself.

My email is minkyungkang77@gmail.com if that's easier for you to answer! Oh, he is an Argentinian but soon he will get a dual citizenship from Italy so that's why he wants to move to EU rather than any other countries.

Please please let me know and I truly appreciate your time for reading my post.

Thank you so much,
Min.

Hey everyone,

A friend of mine is soon-to-be graduating from one of private law schools in Argentina. It seems like it's not a really strong program as Argentinian education system ain't that strong according to him. He wants to study more in U.K. to be an international lawyer, but he is unsure of what kind of specific law he wants to study. I think he wants to learn general stuff to learn more about everything, but I think all master programs are much more specific and specialized. Please advise me on this!

On top of this, could anyone of you guys tell me what kind of things should be satisfied to get accepted to top LLM programs?
Like scores for exams, examples of experiences needed, basically all sort of qualifications maybe including IELTS. He doesn't have a strong background so I want to help him to have proper strategies so that he can further develop himself.

My email is minkyungkang77@gmail.com if that's easier for you to answer! Oh, he is an Argentinian but soon he will get a dual citizenship from Italy so that's why he wants to move to EU rather than any other countries.

Please please let me know and I truly appreciate your time for reading my post.

Thank you so much,
Min.
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Hey dude, I'm from Argentina as well. I'm interested in the answers you could recieve in here, because i'm looking forward to study in the UK this year.

Mi intention is to apply to Westminster Uni and Queen Mary.

Abrazo!

Hey dude, I'm from Argentina as well. I'm interested in the answers you could recieve in here, because i'm looking forward to study in the UK this year.

Mi intention is to apply to Westminster Uni and Queen Mary.

Abrazo!
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Alain

Why Westminster and QMUL? These are very dfferent programs in terms of teaching quality.

Why Westminster and QMUL? These are very dfferent programs in terms of teaching quality.
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Alain,

My final grades are not so good, 2.2. So I haven't decided whether I do a pre-master at QMUL and then go on to an LLM, or directly apply to an LLM at Westminster which could consider prospective students with relatively low scores but work experience (which i have). That said, my intention is to apply to the corporate/international law llms they both offer. Although i'm thinking about applying to the International Business & Politics offered at QMUL too.

Alain,

My final grades are not so good, 2.2. So I haven't decided whether I do a pre-master at QMUL and then go on to an LLM, or directly apply to an LLM at Westminster which could consider prospective students with relatively low scores but work experience (which i have). That said, my intention is to apply to the corporate/international law llms they both offer. Although i'm thinking about applying to the International Business & Politics offered at QMUL too.

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Why Westminster and QMUL? These are very dfferent programs in terms of teaching quality.


Not really - I taught at Queen Mary previously, now I teach at Westminster. Teaching at Westminster is excellent, but Queen Mary is good too. :)

<blockquote>Why Westminster and QMUL? These are very dfferent programs in terms of teaching quality.</blockquote>

Not really - I taught at Queen Mary previously, now I teach at Westminster. Teaching at Westminster is excellent, but Queen Mary is good too. :)
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