So I didn't do as well as I had hoped and have received a place at BPP to study Law, however, I have a few questions and concerns. 1) In terms of career prospects i've heard fantastic things, but in terms of moving on to further education and applying for an LPC elsewhere will universities scrutinise my application because my degree would (hopefully) be achieved from BPP. 2) I understand that the student life is very limited. Though, I won't be completely surrounded by people ages 25+, will i? Is it easy to make a few friends, considering I'm 18 and the typical uni life doesn't appeal to me but I would like to have a few things to do during my course. I believe that there are a few societies and events occasionally.
- I also have an offer from Brunel to study History as Law is full and would convert in my second year but that seems like a lengthier option.
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So I'm considering BPP and need a few details. watch
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- 19-08-2016 20:29
- 23-08-2016 14:20
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