Non-EU students face tough time after LLM

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  • I am planning to do LLM from London (next september)
    But i really need sum help to know about many things about kings or other good colleges in London,which has d best law department.

    - I am a law graduate from IP university, Delhi , did diploma in cyber laws and also pursuing Company secretary course.

    - I want to do LLM in Human rights or Intellectual property rights but really dont know which college is good in it or has d best law department. i ve gone through cardiff, kings,Queens, Warwick,Nottingham and Manchester but its too difficult to choose without knowing there actual reputation in uk OR ABOUT their reputation with the subjects i want . And what are the demanding fields there from which i can get job easily.?

    - I wish to apply for scholarship too. whats d prospects of that? and i should prefer my stay in a university hostel or sum nearby apartment with friends?

    -Also m really disappointed by the reviews of the people in various websites like they dOnt give jobs easily after LLM too as their is lot of racial discrimination, is it like that?

    Il be just so thankful to you if you can help.
    Thank you.


    Nishtha Wadhwa

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  • Hi have a look at this website, has a lot of good reviews:

    they have a very active forum re masters etc.

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  • Are the employment prospects as bleak for International students studying Oxford or Cambridge who wish to work in the UK ? ..I tried the LLM guide website but was unable to find any posts about career placement events for international students at Oxbridge. Your guidance on this will be most appreciated.

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