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Selection of Modules

  • Kumar Pallav
    Mar 06 2009, 05:35 AM
    Hello Friends,
    I am confuse regarding the selection of modules.I want to choose the subjects which are more practical.I am in constant interaction with the students who have done LLM in King's but not sure about other modules.Please guide me to choose among International Tax law,Taxation of business enterprisis,Commercial Banking Law,US antitrust law and UK competition law for next 40 credits.

    I've chosen the modules given below:

    20 credits, Legal Skills Course (compulsory module)
    20 credits, 7,500-word research essay
    40 credits, Law Of International Finance I
    20 credits, Law Of International Finance II - International Project Finance
    20 credits, Law Of International Finance III - Securitisations, GDOs And GDRs
    20 credits, Regulation Of The Conduct Of Mergers and Acquisitions

    I'll require to choose rest modules of 40 credits among:( but not sure which one is more practical and want to study tax and antitrust law)

    International Tax law,
    Taxation of business enterprisis,
    Commercial Banking Law,
    US antitrust law,
    UK competition law.

    Thanks and regards,
    Pallav


  • A. M.
    Mar 06 2009, 02:23 PM
    I would say any form of Competition Law would be most practical out of the lot. I would like to clarify whether you all would be commencing your LLM studies this September. Please let me know

  • Patricio Martinez
    Mar 06 2009, 04:14 PM
    Kumar, I would suggest taking EU Competition Law with Richard Whish, he is the most reknown professor in Europe inthis field.

    Althaf, I will start my LLM on September. You too?

  • M. S.
    Mar 06 2009, 06:00 PM
    Hi guys, I hope to start LLM @ KCL in Sept. (IELTS condition). Have you made some arrangements for accomodation already?

  • A. M.
    Mar 07 2009, 12:21 AM
    Hi. Accomodation in London is quite expensive. I have found a place at Wimbledon. It's at a friend's place. However, I remember the last time I visited, they housed a few University students for a small rent. I shall ask them and see if they have any vacent rooms.

    Patricio, thanks for this information. Have you already accepted the offer? I actually have not yet. I will have to before 31st March. Keep in touch

  • Kumar Pallav
    Mar 07 2009, 06:08 AM
    Thank you Patricio and Althaf...As far as accommodation is concerned ,I'll decide among Stamford Street, Wolfson House and Great Dover Street....

    I heard Stamford Street is the closest to the King's campus but I've heard the room size is really small. The Great Dover Street Apartments are about a 15-20 minute bus ride away from the main campus according to a friend of mine who is in London.

    If you want to get more information about king's College location,accommodation,banks near to it ,than do visit this website

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki/King%27s_College_London

    http://www.gumtree.com/

    www.yha.org.uk

    regards,
    Pallav



  • M. S.
    Mar 09 2009, 01:25 PM
    Hey, thanks for responses re: accommodation.
    Sellection wise- my scholarship condition is to have LLM spec. in EU law, so guess that will be easy to choose.

  • Edgardo Figueroa
    Apr 01 2009, 08:58 PM
    @ Pallav: Where did you get the info on how much credits each module is worth? I have been searching for this and I have only been able to find the description for them.

  • Yingrak Trees
    May 10 2009, 10:53 AM
    I just do a little research on accommodation... it seems to me that Stamford Str Apt is pretty aweful in term of cleanliness, which is an important factor for me. Please refer this link http://www.travelstay.com/pages/StamfordStreetApartmentRooms...
    Should you guys hv any useful info, please do share. THANKS!

  • B. G.
    Jun 03 2009, 09:13 PM
    Does anyone know if there is an half-module among the competition law modules??

    [Edited Jun 03 2009]



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