I need some advice regarding entry to university.
I'm 20 (21 in Jan for those who want to get me a present) have been out of education for almost 3 years and looking for the best way to get into university.
Didn't perform the greatest In my A Levels due to various family issues but i'm adamant to get into university this year and continue my studies.
The goal is any Russell Group university to study Law (Yeah, bit far fetched right)
So I'm looking for an Access to higher education course or Preferably an online course so i can juggle work and studies? I'm in London and would appreciate any suggestions guys. Thanks.
Looking for access to law courses...
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This website might be helpful:
Once you have picked a course provider that is suitable for you, perhaps also look at entry requirements for Law for Access to HE applicants at the various universities you're interested in. They sometimes ask for specific modules to be taken during your course, so it's best to be prepared.Last edited by arrowhead; 10-10-2016 at 15:08.