Daily Schedule (LLM)


Hello everyone, I'm new to this site, and I haven't found any info regarding daily schedule of LLM students. I'm interested in International business law. I would appreciate if someone write his(her) daily schedule or weekly schedule. I mean a simple schedule beginning with: 6:00 i wake up, how many classes you attend everyday, how many time you spend on your homework, what about weekends, etc. Thank you in advance!

Hello everyone, I'm new to this site, and I haven't found any info regarding daily schedule of LLM students. I'm interested in International business law. I would appreciate if someone write his(her) daily schedule or weekly schedule. I mean a simple schedule beginning with: 6:00 i wake up, how many classes you attend everyday, how many time you spend on your homework, what about weekends, etc. Thank you in advance!
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pipiripao

Dear Nikita,

The reason that no one is posting that is because these boards are composed of applicants who are looking for information of admission.

Have a good day.

Dear Nikita,

The reason that no one is posting that is because these boards are composed of applicants who are looking for information of admission.

Have a good day.
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Thank you for your answer. I would appreciate if you suggest a few ideas where can I get that kind of info. Thank you!

Thank you for your answer. I would appreciate if you suggest a few ideas where can I get that kind of info. Thank you!
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york

Usually, you will only have 6-8 taught hours in class per week. It's up to you what you do with the remaining 160 hours of the week (some self-studying is recommended to pass the exams).

For example, you need 180 credits at King's College. This means four taught (full) modules. These are taught once a week in two-hour classes.

http://www.kcl.ac.uk/prospectus/graduate/master-of-laws/structure

Usually, you will only have 6-8 taught hours in class per week. It's up to you what you do with the remaining 160 hours of the week (some self-studying is recommended to pass the exams).

For example, you need 180 credits at King's College. This means four taught (full) modules. These are taught once a week in two-hour classes.

http://www.kcl.ac.uk/prospectus/graduate/master-of-laws/structure
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@Nikita2505 an LL.M. student takes 12 to 15 credits per semester. (24 to 30 in full academic year in total, depending on school).

12 credits per semester represents roughly 12 hours of classes every week. You choose your own courses and have a great flexibility in desiging your own timeframe.

Its your choice, you can take all classes in just two days and keep rest of the week free.

LL.M. is about lot of reading for classes. So in the end, it is the self study that sucks your time. Classes are more or less fun.

@Nikita2505 an LL.M. student takes 12 to 15 credits per semester. (24 to 30 in full academic year in total, depending on school).

12 credits per semester represents roughly 12 hours of classes every week. You choose your own courses and have a great flexibility in desiging your own timeframe.

Its your choice, you can take all classes in just two days and keep rest of the week free.

LL.M. is about lot of reading for classes. So in the end, it is the self study that sucks your time. Classes are more or less fun.

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Thank you very much for your response!

Thank you very much for your response!
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