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    Hi I am an EU applicant and I would like to know if after completing a degree in French and Chinese /or some modern languages degree/, do I have a reasonable chance to get into a university offering a top law MA course in the UK?

    I know that these are very different degrees and I chose to study modern languages because I found that very fascinating,but I want to do a more prestigious/employable degree for my MA.

    Thanks for taking your time and answering.
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    I don't think that's possible try contacting the university you're interested in to find out.
 
 
 

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