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    Hi everyone!

    As the title goes, can I have some idea as to which is more "recognised" internationally? How do the teaching/city/accommodation/costs compare as well?

    And one more question, what happens after one has completed the 3 year LLB course? Must we do some attain some other qualifications? Sorry, I am a little confused here.

    Thanks in advance.
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    (Original post by fluffypillow)
    Hi everyone!

    As the title goes, can I have some idea as to which is more "recognised" internationally? How do the teaching/city/accommodation/costs compare as well?

    And one more question, what happens after one has completed the 3 year LLB course? Must we do some attain some other qualifications? Sorry, I am a little confused here.

    Thanks in advance.
    Leeds is quite a bit bigger and less hilly. Leeds is known for a big nightlife scene, but Sheffield's not exactly quiet.

    I think Leeds' accommodation is more spread out around the North of the city, whereas Sheffield's is largely in 2 student villages.

    Check out the teaching ratings for the standard of teaching.

    What do you want to do when you graduate? It's not obligatory to get a job, but to become a solicitor or barrister you would.

    Both will be reasonable on living costs.
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    Hi, Roh.

    Can you tell me more about how people become solicitors/barristers after graduating from law school?
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    (Original post by fluffypillow)
    Hi, Roh.

    Can you tell me more about how people become solicitors/barristers after graduating from law school?
    Read the first post here.
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    i'd say sheffield, although not much difference between the 2

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