Not sure how accurate this is but a friend in 1st year Law at KCL told me that this year they are drastically reducing the intake (she stated by half). She also told me her classes are at Waterloo but they were moving to Somerset House soon. Perhaps their new posh surroundings have led them to upgrade both their min requirement and reduce numbers. They apparently want to compete with UCL & LSE for Law. Again the girl who told me this is very nice but how true it all is I cannot say.
(Original post by nulli tertius)
Please ignore the above post which is rubbish.
I am not going to comment on everything but King's received in total for its law undergraduate degrees in 2010, 2908 applicants. By UCAS figures it admitted 371 students. By its own figures it admitted 408. Presumably the difference represented people admitted through special schemes not involving UCAS.
Their Law dept surroundings have had a reputation for being pretty dire, to say the least, for a number of years and that has held the Law dept back in many ways, at least by their own admission.
I was pooled then rejected by Cam, rejected by LSE, waiting UCL & Notts but have an uncond offer from KCL. So I am hoping that the above is true .
Last edited by Potsui; 14-01-2012 at 11:20.