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    I'm looking to apply for University next year to do Law with French Law. I only want to apply for one Uni with A*AA requirements and I'm stuck between UCL and KCL. Which would be best?
    Also, any other suggestions for Law? Any Unis that are likely to consider giving out unconditionals?
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    (Original post by Millie Rose)
    I'm looking to apply for University next year to do Law with French Law. I only want to apply for one Uni with A*AA requirements and I'm stuck between UCL and KCL. Which would be best?
    Also, any other suggestions for Law? Any Unis that are likely to consider giving out unconditionals?
    UCL is recognised as better than KCL, although people will argue how big the gap is.
    I don't think any top law uni will give out an unconditional.
    Other good law schools for AAA: Bristol, Warwick,
    Providing you're not applying for oxbridge, LSE would be the other uni to consider for A*AA.
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    (Original post by Millie Rose)
    I'm looking to apply for University next year to do Law with French Law. I only want to apply for one Uni with A*AA requirements and I'm stuck between UCL and KCL. Which would be best?
    Also, any other suggestions for Law? Any Unis that are likely to consider giving out unconditionals?
    I would probably go for UCL instead of KCL.
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    (Original post by Millie Rose)
    I'm looking to apply for University next year to do Law with French Law. I only want to apply for one Uni with A*AA requirements and I'm stuck between UCL and KCL. Which would be best?
    Also, any other suggestions for Law? Any Unis that are likely to consider giving out unconditionals?
    If you have good grades UEA may well make you an unconditional offer.

    Also, I would pick UCL over KCL.
 
 
 
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