I have offers from University of Law, BPP and Birmingham City Uni to study the LPC LLM. I have a TC but they are not funding the LPC so I will have to self-fund take out a loan.
Birmingham City's LPC is only £8000, so I could take out a loan to cover the full amount. I would rather go here for this reason, but I am worried that this will hurt my future career prospects, as the University is not as good as the other two. Does it matter where you go for the LPC?
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- Thread Starter
- 08-11-2017 12:33
- 08-11-2017 13:52
My understanding is that firms have a preferred provider because they get a discount, if you’re self-funding I wouldn’t have thought the provider is so important. As for career prospects, as you already have a training contract your subsequent experience will be far more important than where you studied the LPC.
- 08-11-2017 15:18
As long as you can do optional/elective modules related to the type of law you will be working in, it really won't matter