I'm currently in my first year of urban studies and planning at the uni of sheffield. It's a Ma degree. Right now I'm seriously having doubts about what I'm doing. I originally wanted to take law but decided against it due to the amount of competition there is for training contracts.
Obviously, I have an interest in property and urban areas, and would ideally love to specialise in property law. Would I be able to do this after I've completed my USP degree/would it be worth it?
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Can I take a law conversion course after finishing my Urban Planning degree? watch
- Thread Starter
- 15-02-2016 16:48
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- TSR Support Team
- 16-02-2016 00:48
Yes. You can take a law conversion course after any degree, subject doesn't matter, all they care about are your grades. I think it's a good idea to do a degree in different subject, it gives you more options.