By grace.mccabe, 20 May, 2024

If you’ve ever found yourself reading online forums for law school applicants, such as Law School Data and Reddit’s r/lawschooladmissions, I believe you should be entitled to some financial compensation for emotional damages. 

By grace.mccabe, 17 May, 2024

Last April marked the official end of my master’s studies at the University of Bonn in Germany, after struggling for five years to earn my degree. That’s right, five years!  

I began my programme in the summer term of 2019 and finished once I handed in my thesis at the end of the winter term of 2023-24.  

By seeta.bhardwa@…, 13 May, 2024

Best law schools in the US 2024

In this article we look at which universities in the US rank the highest for law degrees.

This article will look at:

  • The top-ranking law school in the US this year
  • New entrants to the ranking
  • How many top 14 (T14) ranked law schools feature in the THE US law ranking.
  • How we put the ranking together
  • Changes between the 2023 and 2024 ranking.

Top 10 universities in the US for law degrees 2024

Scroll down for the full list of best universities in the US for law degrees

By grace.mccabe, 7 May, 2024

Writing a doctoral dissertation is a significant milestone in your academic journey and it’s essential to do it right. Many students, including myself, make these common mistakes that can hinder progress and affect the quality of your work.  

So, from my experience, here are five common mistakes to avoid when writing your doctoral dissertation.  

By grace.mccabe, 1 May, 2024

The cost of studying abroad can end up being high. To mitigate this, many universities offer scholarships or some form of financial support for students. However, whether you have a scholarship or not, managing your budget efficiently is always a crucial part of being a student.

Here are 10 budgeting tips I’ve found useful during my time studying in London, which may help you navigate your own finances as an international student.

By seeta.bhardwa@…, 26 April, 2024

Applying for a postgraduate degree at a top institution might feel like something you want to do in secret, lest you face rejection from your top choices. Unfortunately, the fact that you need to ask for references means that you can’t quite be as secretive as you might like. 

You not only need to believe in yourself enough to apply for the course, but enough to convince four very credible individuals to vouch for you. In other words, your “impostor syndrome” will be at an all-time high.