UCLA vs USC


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Hi Cathy,
USC Law will begin to release admission decisions after the February 1 application deadline, or shortly thereafter.

Thanks for your interest in our LLM program!
Graduate & International Programs -- USC Law
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I am currently a LL.M. student at USC and I couldn´t be happier with my experience there. The people from the G&IP Office are extremely helpful with all kinds of concerns we students may have (i.e classes schedule, life in L.A., preparation to final exams, etc) . Networking at USC is definitely amazing, students build strong ties with not only each other, but with also the faculty and staff, both inside and outside the classroom. It is important to mention that both USC and UCLA are located in an urban area, USC has its own Department of Public Safety with police officers making sure students are safe. I believe that the LL.M Program will be of great value to me and I am very happy I chose USC!!!


I think again that you described the faculty stuff etc. of every single University...at Columbia we even have a taxi police service...

I think that there is no bad choice unless you do not listen to your heart. In L.A, I def would chose UCLA over USC because of it's location and international better known name. Academically, they are very close together and I think both schools are great. But no matterr what school you chose, you are going to like it, be well taken care of etc. So, apply to the schools that you think help you the most but chose the one you think has the most beautiful campus, the best city etc. (because the fact that you have applied to the school, shows that you think that this school will academically challenge you). However, don't try to measure the value of you LL.M in money only but also other things, because it might not be worth it without the other stuff...

<blockquote>I am currently a LL.M. student at USC and I couldn´t be happier with my experience there. The people from the G&IP Office are extremely helpful with all kinds of concerns we students may have (i.e classes schedule, life in L.A., preparation to final exams, etc) . Networking at USC is definitely amazing, students build strong ties with not only each other, but with also the faculty and staff, both inside and outside the classroom. It is important to mention that both USC and UCLA are located in an urban area, USC has its own Department of Public Safety with police officers making sure students are safe. I believe that the LL.M Program will be of great value to me and I am very happy I chose USC!!!</blockquote>

I think again that you described the faculty stuff etc. of every single University...at Columbia we even have a taxi police service...

I think that there is no bad choice unless you do not listen to your heart. In L.A, I def would chose UCLA over USC because of it's location and international better known name. Academically, they are very close together and I think both schools are great. But no matterr what school you chose, you are going to like it, be well taken care of etc. So, apply to the schools that you think help you the most but chose the one you think has the most beautiful campus, the best city etc. (because the fact that you have applied to the school, shows that you think that this school will academically challenge you). However, don't try to measure the value of you LL.M in money only but also other things, because it might not be worth it without the other stuff...
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