Converting a diploma to a degree Watch

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Hi,

I completed two thirds of my law degree, unfortunately I was unable to complete it due to ill health. I was awarded a diploma.

I now want to do a PGCE but I need to top up my diploma to a degree. I understand it will take a year.

I also understand that my top up does not need to be law it could be something else I am interested in.

Does anyone know how to find a top up course? I have look at the local uni and the open university and have not been very successful.

Any help greatly appreciated.

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The Open University would certainly be the easiest (and cheapest) option. Have you had a look at the http://www.open.ac.uk/study/credit-transfer page? If you do transfer into the OU, I think you should carry on studying law (or a closely related subject, e.g. social sciences), especially if you want to do a secondary PGCE.
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