I'm Italian and interested to apply for the degree of Law with Italian Law.
I saw that there are just two courses: one at Oxford and one at the University of Kent.
I'd really like to apply for Oxford but I'm kinda sure that I won't pass since is really competitive. Anyway, I think that just few people decide to take "Law with Italian Law", so I don't know if this course is really requested or not.
Anyway, I will surely apply for Kent.
I hope to meet the entry requirements for Oxford but I can't be so sure about that and (I don't know if it can help) I can also speak French and I've a Delf B1. I'll also study for the Dalf C1.
My English is good since I attended a high school year in the US (anyway my grades were terrible there since I was really depressed so I didn't study...but, I mean, here in Italy I have good grades).
Is Law with Italian Law at Oxford really hard to get into?Thanks.
Law with Italian Law
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