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LPC - Which of the following 2 shall i choose?

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    Hi Everyone,

    I am looking to study for the LPC at a London Uni but I have a budget of up to £8500ish and i am studying on a part time basis, i have 2 choices.

    University of West London or London Met

    Which would you most recommend and have i missed out on anywhere just as cheap in London?
    London Met is the cheaper option but i dont want to study at the worst rated institution just because its cheaper!

    Also i am considering Westminster as entertainment/media is an optional subject on the lpc but it costs 1k more.

    Hope someone can help, i'm really confused.

    Thanks alot.
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    I don't think Westminster has a particularly good reputation. I would suggest you study outside London on that budget, if possible. London Metropolitan is in Moorgate, right? A lot of the big firms insist on sending their trainees to BPP or College of Law. I don't think it can just be because they get a discount on the fees...
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    Actually, I take that back - I'm basing it on the law degree at Westminster, which a friend studied and wasn't very impressed with. Their LPC may be different.

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