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    Does anyone know of any courses which offer Law LLB with either Economics/Accounting/Business/Finance etc. I've found a few but they're either a BA or at a not very good uni.
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    (Original post by elleOx)
    Does anyone know of any courses which offer Law LLB with either Economics/Accounting/Business/Finance etc. I've found a few but they're either a BA or at a not very good uni.
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    Define 'good'.
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    try Essex uni
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    (Original post by TheSownRose)
    Define 'good'.
    Erm, top 20?
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    (Original post by elleOx)
    Erm, top 20?
    By what standard? There isn't a univerally defined list...

    How do you feel about Bangor, Hull and Northumbria?
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    Some decent ones offer Law & Crim.
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    (Original post by elleOx)
    Does anyone know of any courses which offer Law LLB with either Economics/Accounting/Business/Finance etc. I've found a few but they're either a BA or at a not very good uni.
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    It doesn't matter whether they are labelled 'BA' or 'LLB' - the only thing that matters is if you manage to do the 7 core modules that add up to a Qualifying Law Degree; which I'm sure you can do at any university offering a Law degree.

    That being said though, I would strongly suggest you don't do a joint Law/Something degree - unless it's a language or something. But that all depends on where you are aiming with your Law degree.
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    (Original post by TheSownRose)
    By what standard? There isn't a univerally defined list...

    How do you feel about Bangor, Hull and Northumbria?
    A uni preferably better than those. I was thinking more along the lines of Warwick, UCL, LSE, Durham, Kings...
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    (Original post by elleOx)
    A uni preferably better than those. I was thinking more along the lines of Warwick, UCL, LSE, Durham, Kings...
    Unless you want to go to Scotland to study law, which I believe can cause problems if you want to be a lawyer in England, these are the only ones I could find that are of decent reputation.
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    Ok, thanks for you help.
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    (Original post by elleOx)
    Ok, thanks for you help.
    Dundee offers Scots and English law for LLB

    Smaller fees...
 
 
 
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