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I'm looking at completing my Legal Practice Course at the University of Law in Reading. However, I think I'll have to maintain a part-time job (like most students) to keep up with the costs of living. I have heard from people who have studied in Guildford that they were able to condense the course into two days a week because they commuted. Does anyone know if I can do the same at Reading? I really don't fancy paying double the train fare to get to Guildford or double the tuition and train fare to get to London!
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I'm looking at completing my Legal Practice Course at the University of Law in Reading. However, I think I'll have to maintain a part-time job (like most students) to keep up with the costs of living. I have heard from people who have studied in Guildford that they were able to condense the course into two days a week because they commuted. Does anyone know if I can do the same at Reading? I really don't fancy paying double the train fare to get to Guildford or double the tuition and train fare to get to London!
Arent you dependent on the timetable, that can also change during the year?

Not sure why you would be comparing it to Guildford or Londin as UOL will be the exact same course.
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Arent you dependent on the timetable, that can also change during the year?

Not sure why you would be comparing it to Guildford or Londin as UOL will be the exact same course.
Guildford and London are both UoL sites. I just am not sure if they all condense the course into two days or if this option is only available at some locations...
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Guildford and London are both UoL sites. I just am not sure if they all condense the course into two days or if this option is only available at some locations...
Just ask UoL.
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I'm looking at completing my Legal Practice Course at the University of Law in Reading. However, I think I'll have to maintain a part-time job (like most students) to keep up with the costs of living. I have heard from people who have studied in Guildford that they were able to condense the course into two days a week because they commuted. Does anyone know if I can do the same at Reading? I really don't fancy paying double the train fare to get to Guildford or double the tuition and train fare to get to London!
Hi there,

Are you referring to the law course at the University of Reading? If so, I would suggest contacting the law admissions team on the following e-mail [email protected]. as they will be able to give you more information on this!

If you are in Reading, there are multiple opportunities for you to get a part time job on campus, such as a student ambassador, student mentor or work in student bars or shops on campus. The work is really flexible and can fit around your studying, as I have worked all the way through uni and it has worked so well for me!

Hope this helps and do get in touch if you have anymore questions!

Alice
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Hi EllieJo, Sorry for the delay in replying! The 2 day option is available at Reading, but the actual days aren't confirmed yet for September. Currently it's Wednesday/Thursday, but they are looking at offering Monday/Thursday or Tuesday/Friday. Hope this helps!Lizzie @ULaw
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Hi EllieJo, Sorry for the delay in replying! The 2 day option is available at Reading, but the actual days aren't confirmed yet for September. Currently it's Wednesday/Thursday, but they are looking at offering Monday/Thursday or Tuesday/Friday. Hope this helps!Lizzie @ULaw
It's worth noting that you may need to come in on other days additional days during the electives term (March - June), in order to accommodate your choice of elective subjects.
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