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Best university for LLM and graduate prospects

I'm considering applying for the LLM at four UK universities (Lancaster, Leicester, Strathclyde, and Swansea. My main concern is graduate prospects and getting a job after qualifying.
Answered by Alison Patterson
You would need to check the websites of each university for the stats for their LLM course. If it's not there, write to them and ask.

Alternatively, you can use our undergraduate Law Table as a guide. (You can sort by Graduate Prospects.)Go to:

I am not sure if it is of great significance to the LLM but you should be aware that Swansea is in Wales and Strathclyde is in Scotland and Lancaster and Leicester are in England. Scotland certainly has its own legal system and this may affect the LLM syllabus. So, check the course content for each LLM course.

I hope this helps.

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