I am thinking of doing the LLB (law) at the University of Glasgow or the University of Edinburgh because they are both high up on the league tables and have achievable entry requirements. However, I am also applying to London unis e.g. KCL, QMU etc. but I do not know if the LLB in Scotland and the LLB in the London give me the same qualifications? At the Scotland unis it is a 4 year course but in london unis it is a 3 year course.
This is really urgent as I'm applying to uni this week! Also, I want to do the LLB course that allows me to practise in London etc.
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- 26-10-2016 10:56
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- 26-10-2016 11:09
Have you thought about looking on the website for Glasgow or Edinburgh Unis? Maybe you could ring them up or send an e-mail with your query, especially if it is urgent. What you are lloking or is if its a qualifying degree. They dont appear to be so from the SRA, which will mena additional examinations, but you should confirm with the unis or the SRA. The reason being is because a portion of your studies would be scottish law.