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Mlaw at Queen's QUB

Hello! I have just applied to study a Masters degree of Law at Queen's University Belfast. I was wondering if anyone here has studied it, is studying it or is also applying for the Mlaw. If so, any useful information/advice or personal experiences would be appreciated. I've read the course content on their website but can't find much else online and would like to know how the students are finding it :smile:

Thanks in advance!
Reply 1
Hello I have applied and been accepted to this course, and struggling to get much information from other students as these perspectives usually help the most. Looking forward to starting in Sep, only hope it will be worth the cost in the end.I come from a nursing background, so this is a big leap.How about you ?.:smile:
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Does anyone know the cost of this course? For example, for NI students it states the tuition fee is £7600: is this per year or the total cost. (so is the 2 year course costing £7600 or £15200?)
Reply 3
I checked with them and it is 7600 per year so in total 15200 for the whole duration of the course
I have applied for this course this year. How have you all found it??
Original post by fallon80
Hello I have applied and been accepted to this course, and struggling to get much information from other students as these perspectives usually help the most. Looking forward to starting in Sep, only hope it will be worth the cost in the end.I come from a nursing background, so this is a big leap.How about you ?.:smile:


Can I ask how youve got on with the course and how you found the application process? (I'm in a similar boat, from a nursing background) TIA x
Hey, I know you posted a year ago but just wondered if you wanted to share some insight about the course. Haven't had anything since accepting the offer. Just wondered how many days per week you attended uni, how manageable workload would be whilst working and then how helpful the careers service is, as I'd like to apply for training contracts in the future. Any info is greatly appreciated.

Thanks

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