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    Could be a silly question, but I notice in the 2005 prospectus for a 3 year law course at Durham, the UCAS code is M101. At all the other universities this is M100, and the 4 year Law course is M101. Is this a misprint in the prospectus or would M101 really get me on the 3 year course?
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    i think most people talking on this forum are gonna go to durham in october 2004 and so haven't looked at next year's prospectus. you'd prob better ask the admissions office
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    The code for 3-year law at Durham is M101, don't worry
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    (Original post by goldenbarnes)
    Could be a silly question, but I notice in the 2005 prospectus for a 3 year law course at Durham, the UCAS code is M101. At all the other universities this is M100, and the 4 year Law course is M101. Is this a misprint in the prospectus or would M101 really get me on the 3 year course?
    Yes, it's definately M101.
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    (Original post by goldenbarnes)
    Could be a silly question, but I notice in the 2005 prospectus for a 3 year law course at Durham, the UCAS code is M101. At all the other universities this is M100, and the 4 year Law course is M101. Is this a misprint in the prospectus or would M101 really get me on the 3 year course?
    Realistically it doesn't matter.

    As you also put down the full title of the course, "LLB Law" is unlikely to be ambiguous. If the uni has made a mistake, and I doubt they have, then its their problem not yours.
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    Yeah, I've just got into the 3-year LLB, and the course code is M101. Dunno why, though. Every other Uni I applied to had it as M100 as well.
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    durham is just special lol.
    and me even more so, the code i got was M101-1
 
 
 

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