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    I want to study law but not sure which one to choose. Though it seems that uni of law is more fitting for law, I also want to have a good social life at uni and not be in the middle of a city, not sure what to do. Uni of Law was my insurance so I would have to get them to release me to clearing.
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    (Original post by Dan-Bon)
    I want to study law but not sure which one to choose. Though it seems that uni of law is more fitting for law, I also want to have a good social life at uni and not be in the middle of a city, not sure what to do. Uni of Law was my insurance so I would have to get them to release me to clearing.
    I would go for Bournemouth 100%. It's not a 'top' uni but Bournemouth actually has really great employment prospects as a uni overall. It's also a lovely place to live, the beach is amazing. The LLB from Uni of Law is not well respected, Uni of Law provides legal vocational training like the LPC/BPTC. I would personally always go for a 'proper' uni over somewhere like BPP or Uni of Law for a course like the LLB.
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    I think I agree with infairverona, but I would be surprised if there was much difference in the quality of the degrees. The better social life at Bournemouth and its proximity to the beach probably swing it.
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    Thank for the help. I already had my doubts about uni of law and they put me on clearing Will have to call up Bournemouth asap.
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    Thank for the help. I already had my doubts about uni of law and they put me on clearing
 
 
 
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