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    I applied to do LLB Law and have received offers from Newcastle, Queen Mary's, Nottingham and Exeter. I am still currently waiting for Warwick (and praying!) I am thinking of dropping Newcastle due to the grade they require and also their location.

    I'm an international student (orignally from the UK, but living in France) and am really struggling on which University to choose!

    If any one has any advice or comments then please help!


    You need to think about what you want from your university experience. A big city? Near the countryside? What opportunities do they offer outside of law?

    One thing to say is that Exeter do a dual LLB/Maitrise programme where you qualify in both the UK and France (you spend your 4th year in France). Even if you haven't applied for this course you could probably switch to it since you've (presumably!) got the language requirements for it.

    I am a very biased Exeter Law student, just to warn you.
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