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    Hey, I have been given five conditional offers for university to study Law LLB, however, i have no idea as to where is best to go and was just woundering if anyone knew anything about the course at any of them or have accepted an offer form any of them for the same course?
    My offers are from:
    The college of law
    Surrey university
    Portsmouth university
    Canterbury Christ Church
    Greenwhich
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    (Original post by 94becky)
    Hey, I have been given five conditional offers for university to study Law LLB, however, i have no idea as to where is best to go and was just woundering if anyone knew anything about the course at any of them or have accepted an offer form any of them for the same course?
    My offers are from:
    The college of law
    Surrey university
    Portsmouth university
    Canterbury Christ Church
    Greenwhich
    Hi 94becky,

    Great news you're considering studying your LL.B with us! Let us know if we can help with any queries on the course. You can also keep in touch with us and ask questions via Facebook and Twitter @UniversityofLaw.

    Hope this helps
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    Not greenwich or portsmouth, hope I helped
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    (Original post by und3niable_)
    Not greenwich or portsmouth, hope I helped
    That does help what is it you don't like about them?
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    (Original post by 94becky)
    That does help what is it you don't like about them?
    Greenwich has a terrible reputation, don't let their 'Shiny new campus' tempt you into firming them. ALthough they require BBB to get in, their quality of teaching has been rated all round as poor and they attract international students who English isn't their first language. Which would possibly hold you back. Many people drop out after just one term, I suggest you don't waste your time. I can't believe I put them as one of my options. As for Portsmouth, similarly bad rep.

    This is a subjective analysis so you should visit these unis for yourself and see whether you'd like to study/live there. But if you want to go into the legal profession, these two are not really advised, if we were to go to these unis we would not even be interviewed for law firms
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    From my experience I can tell you that Greenwich does not have a "terrible reputation". In fact the university has exceptional teaching standards and the lecturers are VERY good. I have just completed my 2nd year of my LLB and can reassure you that the above does not know what he or she is talking about, unless they have studied there for themselves. Another point, Greenwich does not accept any person who does not have a good standard of english.

    Another thing students from my university do receive interviews, jobs and internships from major firms like Allen and Ovary, Deustche Bank and HSBC. You have to work hard and then you will achieve exceptional grades and will receive interviews from good firms. If a person does not work hard regardless of whatever uni they are from then they will not do as well.

    If you have any further questions feel free to private message me.
 
 
 
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