Queen Mary University of London is one of many top UK law schools enjoying an increase in LLM applications from non-EU students.
Queen Mary Postgraduate students at Cumberland Lodge Residential Weekend
The institution has seen significant growth, between 25 percent and 45 percent, in applications from India, China and Thailand for the September 2020 LLM intake, writes the LLM Guide.
“Increased interest from the rest of the world is partly driven by pull factors, such as the UK government’s announcement of its intention to reintroduce the visa, and partly by countries such as the US becoming a less appealing destination,” says Professor Ian Walden, Head of Queen Mary’s Center for Commercial Law Studies.
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