Your advice between UEA and HULL


muhsin
Hello there, i've just got a conditional offers from these universities to do my LLM in International Commercial Law and actually, i want to study a pre-sessional in one of these universities to prepare me do my master's directly,what's your opinion about a lecturers and methods and facilities and enviroment.
Thank you very much.
Hello there, i've just got a conditional offers from these universities to do my LLM in International Commercial Law and actually, i want to study a pre-sessional in one of these universities to prepare me do my master's directly,what's your opinion about a lecturers and methods and facilities and enviroment.
Thank you very much.
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TiGGer
Don't know UEA, but Hull University has some very nice buildings and a beautiful campus! The Law School building is a bit of an exception though...city itself has some nice areas (esp. at the seaside), overall, however, a bit dull.
The graduation ceremony at Hull is awesome!!!
Don't know UEA, but Hull University has some very nice buildings and a beautiful campus! The Law School building is a bit of an exception though...city itself has some nice areas (esp. at the seaside), overall, however, a bit dull.
The graduation ceremony at Hull is awesome!!!
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Kerfuffle
I have no idea about UEA either (it's probably a new university). Hull would be a much better choice.
I have no idea about UEA either (it's probably a new university). Hull would be a much better choice.
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lmwoods
UEA was one of the universities established in the 1960s and therefore is not a new university, but rather one with an established reputation, especially with regard to competition law/policy where it has an ESRC research centre, though whether this would feed in to the LLM programme I don't know. In my view Hull is one of the more miserable places in the country, though I am told that it has a new shopping centre and quite a good vegetarian restaurant. Norwich where UEA is located is much more scenic, though I doubt it is a hip, happening metropolis either. One distinction between the 2 is that UEA is a campus university, Hull is in the town. As to which is the better academically, I don't really have a strong opinion - I tend to associate Hull with public law rather than commercial, but that could just be my experience.
UEA was one of the universities established in the 1960s and therefore is not a new university, but rather one with an established reputation, especially with regard to competition law/policy where it has an ESRC research centre, though whether this would feed in to the LLM programme I don't know. In my view Hull is one of the more miserable places in the country, though I am told that it has a new shopping centre and quite a good vegetarian restaurant. Norwich where UEA is located is much more scenic, though I doubt it is a hip, happening metropolis either. One distinction between the 2 is that UEA is a campus university, Hull is in the town. As to which is the better academically, I don't really have a strong opinion - I tend to associate Hull with public law rather than commercial, but that could just be my experience.
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tnuchpiam
In terms of academic prestige, I don't think there is much difference between the two universities (Hull is only older). But one thing I know for sure is that Hull is one of the coldest places in England: a campus university in a more scenic environment like UEA is, in my view, far better in this respect.
In terms of academic prestige, I don't think there is much difference between the two universities (Hull is only older). But one thing I know for sure is that Hull is one of the coldest places in England: a campus university in a more scenic environment like UEA is, in my view, far better in this respect.
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