Are Law masters genuinely selective or is it relatively easy to get into a program?
I ask because I applied to Warwick, Exeter, and Edinburgh LLM programs and I was accepted by all three. But I'll the best first to admit that my grades aren't the highest (I go to a Dutch university and have a 3.1 GPA out of 4) and that I have no work experience. My academic history is really as average as it's gonna get. Furthermore, I didn't even do a Law bachelor but Liberal Arts and Sciences with simply a major in law (and politics). So how come I was accepted by all three? Are these three just not good universities and should I apply to better ones or are all LLM programs just not that selective?
How hard is to get into a Law Masters? How selective are unis? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 08-04-2016 13:38
- 08-04-2016 15:12
LLMs are not as selective as undergrad degrees.
- 08-04-2016 15:15
Depends where you're off to really, Cambridge and LSE want Firsts/High 2.is, but other universities tend to be happy with a 2.i.