I would like to know my chances of receiving entry into the MA Law program at Bristol University.
I am a student from Canada whom currently holds a 3.75 G.P.A, the equivalent to a First Class Honours Degree (calculation received from the Fulbright Commission). I am the Vice President of my university's undergraduate law society and also have experience working in Toronto's financial HQ (Bay Street) for a prestigious American mutual-fund company.
On the Bristol MA Law webpage, it states that entry requires an upper Second-Class Honours or 3.2 G.P.A, but I believe that the individuals whom are actually given entry have higher grades. Anyways, I wanted to know wether you believe I have the necessary grades/CV?
I also want to know more about the program. I am a duel-national and will be competing for a trainee solicitor contract during my degree--what are career opportunities like at Bristol Law? How difficult is the workload in the MA Law Program and what is life in the city like?
Other universities I will be applying to for Graduate LLBs (2017):
Nottingham U, Exeter U, Edinburgh U, Oxford U
I appreciate all answers to my post--thank you!
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