LSE v Georgetown


LLM_UKUSA
Hey people!! I'm really confused and need your help.
Got into LSE- business/corporate law LLM & Georgetown-IBEL.
Can you please help me decide
Hey people!! I'm really confused and need your help.
Got into LSE- business/corporate law LLM & Georgetown-IBEL.
Can you please help me decide
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ofsaf
Normally i always support to go us unis however in this case, just go LSE.

Congrats...
Normally i always support to go us unis however in this case, just go LSE.

Congrats...
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Cassius
Normally i always support to go us unis however in this case, just go LSE.

Congrats...
Could you explain why you would choose LSE over Georgetown's IBEL LLM?
<blockquote>Normally i always support to go us unis however in this case, just go LSE.

Congrats...</blockquote> Could you explain why you would choose LSE over Georgetown's IBEL LLM?
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ofsaf
Although GULC IBEL is very respective and good program, If you want to focus on Business and Economic Law, LSE has better academic background and it is considered better by many international authorities.
Although GULC IBEL is very respective and good program, If you want to focus on Business and Economic Law, LSE has better academic background and it is considered better by many international authorities.
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Both are excellent schools with stellar reputations. The biggest factor is consequently going to be whether one wants to be in the US or the UK, in DC or in London.

I don't think that any difference between the two institutions (in one way or an other) would be big enough to say that one should definitely prioritised over the other, but that is just my opinion.
Both are excellent schools with stellar reputations. The biggest factor is consequently going to be whether one wants to be in the US or the UK, in DC or in London.

I don't think that any difference between the two institutions (in one way or an other) would be big enough to say that one should definitely prioritised over the other, but that is just my opinion.
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LLM_UKUSA
Thanks a lot!!! Much appreciated u guys!! :)
Looking forward to few more opinions on the same to help me choose the right 1
Thanks a lot!!! Much appreciated u guys!! :)
Looking forward to few more opinions on the same to help me choose the right 1
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bluecrown
I would advise you to go to LSE instead. While both are reputable schools, I believe that LSE is stronger and better respected in your field of study. LSE is also arguably ranked 2nd or 3rd in the UK, and higher than GULC in the international rankings (although as a caveat, which I assume you already know, rankings should serve only as a guide, one of the many factors if you will, and not your basis for your decision). Between London and DC, the former seems to be a nicer place to live in too (if only for variety). But this is a very, very personal choice. Additionally, LSE's tuition and fees are a bit cheaper than GULC's, perhaps at least by USD5,000. But you might want to check the roster of faculty as well to see if this could help you decide.
I would advise you to go to LSE instead. While both are reputable schools, I believe that LSE is stronger and better respected in your field of study. LSE is also arguably ranked 2nd or 3rd in the UK, and higher than GULC in the international rankings (although as a caveat, which I assume you already know, rankings should serve only as a guide, one of the many factors if you will, and not your basis for your decision). Between London and DC, the former seems to be a nicer place to live in too (if only for variety). But this is a very, very personal choice. Additionally, LSE's tuition and fees are a bit cheaper than GULC's, perhaps at least by USD5,000. But you might want to check the roster of faculty as well to see if this could help you decide.
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I would advise you to go to LSE instead. While both are reputable schools, I believe that LSE is stronger and better respected in your field of study. LSE is also arguably ranked 2nd or 3rd in the UK, and higher than GULC in the international rankings (although as a caveat, which I assume you already know, rankings should serve only as a guide, one of the many factors if you will, and not your basis for your decision). Between London and DC, the former seems to be a nicer place to live in too (if only for variety). But this is a very, very personal choice. Additionally, LSE's tuition and fees are a bit cheaper than GULC's, perhaps at least by USD5,000. But you might want to check the roster of faculty as well to see if this could help you decide.


Georgetown Law Center is better if you want to pursue International business Law.(International Law) http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-law-schools/international-law-rankings
<blockquote>I would advise you to go to LSE instead. While both are reputable schools, I believe that LSE is stronger and better respected in your field of study. LSE is also arguably ranked 2nd or 3rd in the UK, and higher than GULC in the international rankings (although as a caveat, which I assume you already know, rankings should serve only as a guide, one of the many factors if you will, and not your basis for your decision). Between London and DC, the former seems to be a nicer place to live in too (if only for variety). But this is a very, very personal choice. Additionally, LSE's tuition and fees are a bit cheaper than GULC's, perhaps at least by USD5,000. But you might want to check the roster of faculty as well to see if this could help you decide.</blockquote>

Georgetown Law Center is better if you want to pursue International business Law.(International Law) http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-law-schools/international-law-rankings
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chicken so...

Georgetown Law Center is better if you want to pursue International business Law.(International Law) http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-law-schools/international-law-rankings

That ranking only lists US schools! How is this supposed to prove that it's better than LSE?
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Georgetown Law Center is better if you want to pursue International business Law.(International Law) http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-law-schools/international-law-rankings</blockquote>
That ranking only lists US schools! How is this supposed to prove that it's better than LSE?
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Georgetown Law Center is better if you want to pursue International business Law.(International Law) http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-law-schools/international-law-rankings

That ranking only lists US schools! How is this supposed to prove that it's better than LSE?


Because Georgetown gives strong comptetion to Harvard law school the best law school in the world . Georgetown ranked 4 th best in International Law and Harvard ranked 3rd.
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Georgetown Law Center is better if you want to pursue International business Law.(International Law) http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-law-schools/international-law-rankings</blockquote>
That ranking only lists US schools! How is this supposed to prove that it's better than LSE? </blockquote>

Because Georgetown gives strong comptetion to Harvard law school the best law school in the world . Georgetown ranked 4 th best in International Law and Harvard ranked 3rd.
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I second him because Georgetown as per 2017 ranking us news ranking most authentic and reliable source in United states has already dominated the" International Law ranking".Georgetown Law ranked second best in United states literally in the world and harvard ranked 3rd in the world.
FYI-Newyork IS FIRST
I second him because Georgetown as per 2017 ranking us news ranking most authentic and reliable source in United states has already dominated the" International Law ranking".Georgetown Law ranked second best in United states literally in the world and harvard ranked 3rd in the world.
FYI-Newyork IS FIRST
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