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    Trying to decide between the two. Already at uni in Leeds and love it here, but I have a feeling I York College of Law is better than BPP in Leeds?? Any experience/thoughts/advice?
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    Well I'm at CoL York so fire away...
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    I looked at both but chose CoL as I had been in York for uni and could live with friends doing masters, not need to get to know new city, be forced to find new friends.

    I thought BPP had slightly more business-like feel and open book would have made GDL revision much easier. CoL database of interview experience was very useful and I had to share with BPP friends in London.

    Don't think any difference between two for prospects. In your place, I'd probably have picked BPP (though oddly a housemate had done English at Leeds).

    Good luck
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    (Original post by positivevibes)
    Trying to decide between the two. Already at uni in Leeds and love it here, but I have a feeling I York College of Law is better than BPP in Leeds?? Any experience/thoughts/advice?
    There's really nothing between them. BPP Leeds sounds a great choice if you're already at uni there. I really wish BPP had a campus in my university city!
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    Many thanks for your responses guys. Think I am going to go to BPP as already know people I could live with here....am glad to hear BPP is just as good as CoL
 
 
 
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