Which University?


I'm an international student hoping to join an LLM in the UK this September.

I've got offers from the following Universities for these courses:

1. QMUL - General LLM
2. Aberdeen - Human Rights LLM
3. Kent - Medical Law and Ethics LLM
4. Bristol - Human Rights LLM
5. Cardiff - Human Rights LLM
6. Queen's Belfast - LLM Cross Border Human Rights and Criminal Justice

Can someone please help me decide which is the best college to go to for the above courses?

Also, at QMUL after joining one gets to choose the LLM that they want to do. After speaking to my college Profs and several other people, what I've managed to gather so far is the following:

1. If you want to go so far and study, don't do a Human Rights LLM, because the situations will vary as per the country that you're in (unless you do an LLM in International Human Rights Law, which perhaps could be applied elsewhere too)

2. If you want to study Law in the UK, then London is the best place to do so.

3. Try to specialise in an LLM which will give you a job later on - the trend seems to be in Business, Commercial, ADRS and the upcoming areas of IPR and Competition Laws.

But my main areas of interest happen to be in Human Rights and Medical Law, though I'm open to considering other fields as well.

Please try to give me your thoughts on all of this. Any help would be most appreciated.

I'm an international student hoping to join an LLM in the UK this September.

I've got offers from the following Universities for these courses:

1. QMUL - General LLM
2. Aberdeen - Human Rights LLM
3. Kent - Medical Law and Ethics LLM
4. Bristol - Human Rights LLM
5. Cardiff - Human Rights LLM
6. Queen's Belfast - LLM Cross Border Human Rights and Criminal Justice

Can someone please help me decide which is the best college to go to for the above courses?

Also, at QMUL after joining one gets to choose the LLM that they want to do. After speaking to my college Profs and several other people, what I've managed to gather so far is the following:

1. If you want to go so far and study, don't do a Human Rights LLM, because the situations will vary as per the country that you're in (unless you do an LLM in International Human Rights Law, which perhaps could be applied elsewhere too)

2. If you want to study Law in the UK, then London is the best place to do so.

3. Try to specialise in an LLM which will give you a job later on - the trend seems to be in Business, Commercial, ADRS and the upcoming areas of IPR and Competition Laws.

But my main areas of interest happen to be in Human Rights and Medical Law, though I'm open to considering other fields as well.

Please try to give me your thoughts on all of this. Any help would be most appreciated.
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RIT

Hiii SIOBHAN.NAEVE
Congratulations on all the offers you have received.Amongst the ones you have mentioned according to me the best offer stands at QMUL or Bristol.But again its my own opinion.

Hiii SIOBHAN.NAEVE
Congratulations on all the offers you have received.Amongst the ones you have mentioned according to me the best offer stands at QMUL or Bristol.But again its my own opinion.
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Hi RIT!! Thanks a lot for your wishes and view. As of now, I'm mostly fixed on QMUL because of all the reasons that I've mentioned, but am not altogether sure on if its the best place to go to or not. Since future prospects are also to be considered, and I don't know which among them would be better for that.

Where do you study?

Hi RIT!! Thanks a lot for your wishes and view. As of now, I'm mostly fixed on QMUL because of all the reasons that I've mentioned, but am not altogether sure on if its the best place to go to or not. Since future prospects are also to be considered, and I don't know which among them would be better for that.

Where do you study?
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RIT

Hiii actually I have just completed my law degree last month itself and now am planning to attend London School of Economics and my chosen specialization is Public International Law.Where are you from???

Hiii actually I have just completed my law degree last month itself and now am planning to attend London School of Economics and my chosen specialization is Public International Law.Where are you from???
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Brainy Smu...

You have QMUL as your first option and have mentioned several specialised programmes that are offered there, along with location. Just go with your first option.

Kind regards.

You have QMUL as your first option and have mentioned several specialised programmes that are offered there, along with location. Just go with your first option.

Kind regards.
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