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    Hi everyone,

    I’ve gained all my offers back from university now luckily! I’ve got into these three in particular, and I was wondering which is the best for a law degree.

    -Which would be best in terms of gaining a job after the degree?
    - What is the nightlife like? Particularly at Reading?

    I know Liverpool is at the lower scale of the Russel Group unis, are the other two better?

    Thanks in advance
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    Nightlife of Reading. No clue.

    Liverpool generally considered the better law school and Liverpool's night life is certainly excellent. They also are very flexible with entry requirements; give everyone an offer and take in most people who miss their offer. I have the FOI request which demonstrates this.

    Do your own research, though.
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    (Original post by a.licia.)
    Hi everyone,

    I’ve gained all my offers back from university now luckily! I’ve got into these three in particular, and I was wondering which is the best for a law degree.

    -Which would be best in terms of gaining a job after the degree?
    - What is the nightlife like? Particularly at Reading?

    I know Liverpool is at the lower scale of the Russel Group unis, are the other two better?

    Thanks in advance
    Reading "nightlife" is more like going out to the kebab shop and loitering in the streets with junk food.

    Two people I've known for a while study there, and they're not very impressed. One of them lives at home in London and doesn't go out in Reading on the weekends, the other gave me the impression that it's not the liveliest of clubbing scenes. With that being said, I'm sure that there are enough pubs/gigs to keep a less lively person going.

    Liverpool is still the better option out of the three. Definitely the most academic one. Don't worry about where it sits in the RG - the others don't even get to belong to that ever-expanding group of universities.
 
 
 
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