Well, pretty much I'm wondering if anybody could give me advice on what would be the best way to study law and (ideally) get qualified to potentially practice in both Scotland and/or England. I'm not British, but I'm in the process of waiting for my Slovenian citizenship/passport to come through, so I presume I'd be classified as an EU for fees' sake. However, I already hold a BA from a uni in Canada. Would this affect my fee status? How much does an undergraduate degree cost in Scotland for an EU student? Some rumours say there aren't any fees, more often I see a price of about 1800 pounds per year, but some say that students who already hold a degree need to pay around 6000 pounds?! I'm very confused in this respect - somebody please enlighten me!
Also, a few questions about law itself. Which uni would you recommend - Glasgow or Edinburgh... or some place else?? Ideally, if I were to spend 4 years, I'd rather be in a major city where I could work while studying - but then again, I saw that Dundee has a dual qualifying degree program. Anybody have any Dundee experience? Is there a demand for lawyers in Scotland who are also qualified in England? Is there a different attitude towards accelerated LLB degree graduates? Finally, would an outsider have any chance of being accepted and allowed to become fully integrated in Scottish society?
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