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Today 12:32 AM
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Yup and in the grand scheme working in Aus doesn’t provide you as much portability thereafter compared to London
agree. England is a much larger economic entity, and English law is the preferred governing law for many agreements (just as with English jurisdiction). Even the top Australian firms all kena merged with English firms.

this reminds me of how meaningless the NUS v KCL debate here is.
Today 12:13 AM
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Fake news. AU unis are not rated highly by employers here generally.
So Kings (50% FCH) is better than Melbourne (10% FCH). Got it.
Yesterday 11:59 PM
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only correct answer here. all depends on where you want to work!
Yup and in the grand scheme working in Aus doesn’t provide you as much portability thereafter compared to London
Yesterday 11:17 PM
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Never mind the trolls. Just last page people were talking about Saqib Alam (King’s alumni) being elected partner at MoFo in London.

I would recommend you pick between UK and Aus depending on whether you might prefer to work in the UK or Aus in addition to Singapore (although not impossible for Aus graduates to get UK training contracts).

Why so sure you have to start training in Singapore?
only correct answer here. all depends on where you want to work!
Yesterday 10:26 PM
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melbourne is for sure better than Kings lol
Never mind the trolls. Just last page people were talking about Saqib Alam (King’s alumni) being elected partner at MoFo in London.

I would recommend you pick between UK and Aus depending on whether you might prefer to work in the UK or Aus in addition to Singapore (although not impossible for Aus graduates to get UK training contracts).

Why so sure you have to start training in Singapore?
Yesterday 09:14 PM
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Yesterday 04:31 PM
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Fake news. AU unis are not rated highly by employers here generally.
Sydney law 99.50 ATAR for domestic students. Only top 0.5% of high school leavers can enter.

Sydney law also 3.2 poly GPA. Singapore poly failure can go in. Lol.
Yesterday 04:26 PM
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Fake news. AU unis are not rated highly by employers here generally.
Is it? Must call police.
Yesterday 04:24 PM
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Oxbridge > NUS/SMU/LSE > UCL > Melbourne/Sydney > Kings > tier 2 UK > rest of Australia/NZ

Those who can make it into NUS/SMU can definitely get into UCL. Typically, employers do not differentiate between NUS/SMU. Both are seen as equal.

Melbourne's curriculum is more rigorous than Kings, just compare the number of FCH. I would put Sydney over Kings too tbh.
Fake news. AU unis are not rated highly by employers here generally.
Yesterday 03:20 PM
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Oxbridge > NUS > LSE/UCL/SMU > Kings/Melbourne > tier 2 UK > rest of Australia/NZ
Oxbridge > NUS/SMU/LSE > UCL > Melbourne/Sydney > Kings > tier 2 UK > rest of Australia/NZ

Those who can make it into NUS/SMU can definitely get into UCL. Typically, employers do not differentiate between NUS/SMU. Both are seen as equal.

Melbourne's curriculum is more rigorous than Kings, just compare the number of FCH. I would put Sydney over Kings too tbh.
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