Ivan Stanchev
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So, which one do you think I should choose ?
I have absolutely the same offers from both universities (gpa of at least 5.5 out of 6.0 )
I intend to go to a top grad school after completing the 3 year undergraduate program.Which one of these schools will give me better chances to do so, or it doesnt matter as long as I keep my grades high ?
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Edinburgh, but for law you'd only be able to practice it in scotland.
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Edinburgh, but for law you'd only be able to practice it in scotland.
But cant I go to grad school in England ?
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(Original post by Ivan Stanchev)
But cant I go to grad school in England ?
i'm not sure. You'd be learning scottish law if you chose endinburgh, so you may not be apply to transfer that if you want to apply to a grad school to study english law

edit: notice I said "i'm not sure"
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I believe if you learn Scottish law you would need to do a one year GDL or CPE to be able to qualify in English Law.

I personally would chose QMUL simply because of its links with London firms and because of its pro bono work. It isnt the prettiest of places however. You should visit both universities and chose the one that feels right for you and whether you owuld prefer life in london or life in edinburgh etc etc
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Wondering if the observations here hold true for the online/flexible master of laws programmes? Fortunately received offers from both universities. However, while QM gives students the option to take some modules on campus under the flexible study route, Edinburgh's program will be taught completely online. Since tuition fees are relatively the same for both, I'm inclined to go with QM because of the on-campus option and also the subject-specificity of the modules offered. Any input would be much appreciated. Thank you!
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