I hope that everyone is doing well. I would like to ask a question, although this one has been asked a million of times. Hopefully, it won't sound annoying.
Currently, I'm a law student at a non-Russel group University who finished his second year. In my first year, I scored a low 2:1, i.e. 64%, whereas for my second I expect to have a first class. Hence, may I ask if there are some realistic chances to be accepted for the Oxford Law & Finance or Cambridge LLM? Of course, the application process depends on many things, but I'm curious if overall there are any. In terms of practical work experience, I had two legal internships at the Government and one of the State Secretaries.
I'd appreciate very much your time and answers. I look forward to hearing from you
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- 09-06-2016 17:36
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- 10-06-2016 10:44
If you meet the entry requirements then the only way you will find out what your chances are is by applying.