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I want to study engligh and french law but I cant decide which unis to look round this summer and as i dont have time to look around all of them ...suggestions please maybe if youve looked around some already and e.g. thought they had a friendly atmosphere ??
*bearing in mind i study maths, further maths and french (i know there are some unis such as lse who don't accept maths and further maths together)
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Oxford. It doesn't require you to take anything.
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(Original post by alice.ronalene)
*bearing in mind i study maths, further maths and french (i know there are some unis such as lse who don't accept maths and further maths together)
LSE's website suggests the opposite:

http://www.lse.ac.uk/study/undergrad...uirements.aspx

Group 2: Programmes which are happy to consider applicants offering Maths, Further Maths and one other subject..... Law (M100)

Although not relevant to you, I have to say that I find it a bit odd that Further Maths is only accepted as a fourth subject for LSEs Economics programme. I've done a fair bit of Economics in my time and I would have thought that Further Maths was quite useful for many of the more quantitative aspects of the subject.
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LSE's website suggests the opposite:

http://www.lse.ac.uk/study/undergrad...uirements.aspx

Group 2: Programmes which are happy to consider applicants offering Maths, Further Maths and one other subject..... Law (M100)

Although not relevant to you, I have to say that I find it a bit odd that Further Maths is only accepted as a fourth subject for LSEs Economics programme. I've done a fair bit of Economics in my time and I would have thought that Further Maths was quite useful for many of the more quantitative aspects of the subject.
aah i was originally going to do economics at uni and had read that on the lse website and just assumed it was the same policy for all degrees -thank you for the help!
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