Will another Master degree add advantage to my application to LSE LLM?


tmjin

I am in last year LLB with a 2:1 and thinking about applying for LSE LLM next year. I previously hold a MA in Marketing but did not do well in it, only a 2:2

Should I submit this MA certificate along with my LLM application to LSE? If I do will they ask for my transcript?

I am in last year LLB with a 2:1 and thinking about applying for LSE LLM next year. I previously hold a MA in Marketing but did not do well in it, only a 2:2

Should I submit this MA certificate along with my LLM application to LSE? If I do will they ask for my transcript?

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QSWE

Why don't you try out the MSc Law & Accountancy at LSE (they say its equivelant to an MBA)....

also u might like to have a look at dundee's LLM/MBA programme.(its for 2 years)

there is also this LLM(MBA) at some french uni.(u can check this on this website itself.

rather than doing a specialised llm it might be better for u to consider business n law given ur background.
of course, u might hv hd ur own experience with marketing (did u work after ur MA in marketing?)
if its only law that interests u, u might rather go for LLM but in case u consider gaining the best out of all ur prior knwledge u might as well try combined programmes..
also u could try MSC (law and finance) at oxford said school. it begins from 2010. they see only ur last degree result(i.e. ur 2:1 in law would be good enough). unlike judge business school, they dont require compulsory work-ex but ur prior experince would only help u. (u might consider dropping 2009-10 for that course)..

make a decision and take ur chances..

Why don't you try out the MSc Law & Accountancy at LSE (they say its equivelant to an MBA)....

also u might like to have a look at dundee's LLM/MBA programme.(its for 2 years)

there is also this LLM(MBA) at some french uni.(u can check this on this website itself.

rather than doing a specialised llm it might be better for u to consider business n law given ur background.
of course, u might hv hd ur own experience with marketing (did u work after ur MA in marketing?)
if its only law that interests u, u might rather go for LLM but in case u consider gaining the best out of all ur prior knwledge u might as well try combined programmes..
also u could try MSC (law and finance) at oxford said school. it begins from 2010. they see only ur last degree result(i.e. ur 2:1 in law would be good enough). unlike judge business school, they dont require compulsory work-ex but ur prior experince would only help u. (u might consider dropping 2009-10 for that course)..

make a decision and take ur chances..
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tmjin

Hi jagbir singh
thank you for the advice! this was exactly what i was thinking of. I took law of interest but wasn't commit to become a lawyer, i wasn't sure what i could do to make use of the LLB. also throwing away my previous ed background and work experience seems like a waste to me.

yes after graduating from MA Marketing i worked and continuously working (it will be 3 1/2 years when i apply) in a prestige japanese trading conglomerate, mainly do Brand licensing. i love what i am doing right now but do want to use this LLB degree to add advantage to my future.

i do plan to apply for LSE Law&accouting but unsure how difficult it is to get in, i plan to take GMAT next year but don't know if it will add advantage to my application.

Dundee is too far for me consider i would prefer to continue working in London. which ones are the French universities available in London?

i am curious if Msc Law&Finance isn't offered until 2010, how did you learn about the program? are you currently oxford said student? i am actually quite interested in your proposal. is there a website or anyway i can check into this? i hope they offer part-time program

also, what's the program name offered in judge business school? do they prefer applicants with business experience? again i hope they offer part-time as well.

i am very gratful for your advice, it's very hard to find anyone who understasnd the dilemma i am in

THANKS!!

Hi jagbir singh
thank you for the advice! this was exactly what i was thinking of. I took law of interest but wasn't commit to become a lawyer, i wasn't sure what i could do to make use of the LLB. also throwing away my previous ed background and work experience seems like a waste to me.

yes after graduating from MA Marketing i worked and continuously working (it will be 3 1/2 years when i apply) in a prestige japanese trading conglomerate, mainly do Brand licensing. i love what i am doing right now but do want to use this LLB degree to add advantage to my future.

i do plan to apply for LSE Law&accouting but unsure how difficult it is to get in, i plan to take GMAT next year but don't know if it will add advantage to my application.

Dundee is too far for me consider i would prefer to continue working in London. which ones are the French universities available in London?

i am curious if Msc Law&Finance isn't offered until 2010, how did you learn about the program? are you currently oxford said student? i am actually quite interested in your proposal. is there a website or anyway i can check into this? i hope they offer part-time program

also, what's the program name offered in judge business school? do they prefer applicants with business experience? again i hope they offer part-time as well.

i am very gratful for your advice, it's very hard to find anyone who understasnd the dilemma i am in

THANKS!!


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QSWE

hi there... nice to learn about ur experience..
1) well for dilemna, at least u r working.
2) as for MSC(L&A) u dont need gmat or gre (u can visit the lse site)
3) Part time... MSC (L&A) at LSE surely is offered part-time but i m not sure about MSC (L&F) at Oxford n Cambridge.
4)websites... there r websites... for oxford.. go to the Said business school site and on the programmes link follow MSC(L&F).. same is the case with judge business school.
5) surely, MSC(L&F) at Said school is definately going to start 2010.
6) experience n gmat/gre is necessary at judge business(cam) school but not at said(ox) and lse

i hope to know more from you..
best of luck..

hi there... nice to learn about ur experience..
1) well for dilemna, at least u r working.
2) as for MSC(L&A) u dont need gmat or gre (u can visit the lse site)
3) Part time... MSC (L&A) at LSE surely is offered part-time but i m not sure about MSC (L&F) at Oxford n Cambridge.
4)websites... there r websites... for oxford.. go to the Said business school site and on the programmes link follow MSC(L&F).. same is the case with judge business school.
5) surely, MSC(L&F) at Said school is definately going to start 2010.
6) experience n gmat/gre is necessary at judge business(cam) school but not at said(ox) and lse

i hope to know more from you..
best of luck..
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