Zameyyyy
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Hi
I wanted to study psychology at uni but recently I've been really interested in law and criminal law. i want to change my course to do psychology with law at university but i was debating whether i should complete a psychology degree then do law conversion course thing or just straight go into psychology with law
what would be better because i don't understand that difference it will make for those two routes
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Depends on what you are more likely to go into after graduating. Kent do a course that does both qualifications too
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If theres a course where you can get accredited degrees in both subjects that would be good. After googling this, the kent course mentioned above is actually a four year course.

Worth remembering that converstion courses are not covered under the student loan, so it would have to be privately funded. The only exception is four year courses that you apply for from UCAS (then the student loan system supports you for four years).

I'd make sure you really know what your getting yourself into though for law. Criminal law seems to be one of those areas that everyone seems to be intersted in, but is actually not that common to break into.
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