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    Hey , im an international student , non EU and i am applying for law to UK . Cn you suggest some universities , good and decent for Law .
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    (Original post by jaikhajuria)
    Hey , im an international student , non EU and i am applying for law to UK . Cn you suggest some universities , good and decent for Law .
    a lot depends on what grades you are likely to achieve. Durham LSE UCL and Bristol are amongst the best but are extremely competitive
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    (Original post by jaikhajuria)
    Hey , im an international student , non EU and i am applying for law to UK . Cn you suggest some universities , good and decent for Law .
    I'd suggest having a read of http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/cont...pplying-to-uni

    As swanseajack says, a lot depends on your grades. You'll also need to think about whether you want to be in a city, small town or more rural location, on a campus or at a uni that's in the middle of the city.
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    I don't mind the location though I would prefer near a big city to help get internships. My expected grade would be about an AAB , so can you suggest some colleges which are easyish to get into , but are not bad , like decent ones where people have a good chance of getting in
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    For AAA in big cities try Birmingham, Cardiff, Leeds, Manchester, Southampton, Warwick and York.
    For AAB try Aston, Leicester and Royal Holloway.
    In smaller cities try Exeter and Lancaster for AAA and Kent and East Anglia for AAB.

    I don't think any of these unis are easy to get into for law but these are probably your best options
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    (Original post by swanseajack1)
    For AAA in big cities try Birmingham, Cardiff, Leeds, Manchester, Southampton, Warwick and York.
    For AAB try Aston, Leicester and Royal Holloway.
    In smaller cities try Exeter and Lancaster for AAA and Kent and East Anglia for AAB.

    I don't think any of these unis are easy to get into for law but these are probably your best options
    People told me that getting internships in London is way easier than other cities, hence one should aim to study in London. How correct are they?
 
 
 
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