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    • Thread Starter

    Basically I'm planning on applying to:

    Oxbridge for straight Law/Jurisprudence (haven't decided between them yet)
    KCL-Law with Politics and Philosophy
    Manchester- Law with Politics
    Warwick- Law with social science
    Liverpool- Law with Philosophy

    All are qualifying law degrees, however I was wondering if it'd be a problem as my personal statement will be largely focused on Law with just a few lines on how I appreciate how Law is intertwined with other disciplines such as Politics and Philosophy etc..
    Would this be okay?
    • Very Important Poster

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    I don't think you have any choice. I'd do more than a few lines and it would need to find the balance of being viewed alone and being able to be read as applying to that specialism.
    • Thread Starter


    Concentrate on Law within your PS and briefly mention the other subject and why you want to do a combined subject course. But concentrate on Law.

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