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    I was wondering would you go to an average uni with a placement or a RGu without a placement year the subject is law
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    (Original post by steve550)
    I was wondering would you go to an average uni with a placement or a RGu without a placement year the subject is law
    I'd go to the RG uni unless the avg uni has a good employment record for law, and is respected in industry
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    I'd go to the RG uni unless the avg uni has a good employment record for law, and is respected in industry
    i see I really think the placement may help me gain full time position and it may open more doors for me in terms of not having a one the uni with the placement is a top 10 uni for employment
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    (Original post by steve550)
    i see I really think the placement may help me gain full time position and it may open more doors for me in terms of not having a one the uni with the placement is a top 10 uni for employment
    Please name the unis in question
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    (Original post by adamantacademic)
    Please name the unis in question
    northumbria and liverpool uni
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    (Original post by steve550)
    northumbria and liverpool uni
    I'm surprised you're in the situation where you have 2 different unis, there are many RG/'good' unis that offer placement. Not sure why it's Northumbria vs. Liverpool for you, nevertheless from what you've said it seems wise to go to Northumbria. However I'd choose Liverpool, with a heated field such as law, I feel the institution reputation would trump experience when seeking employment at a top firm.
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    (Original post by adamantacademic)
    I'm surprised you're in the situation where you have 2 different unis, there are many RG/'good' unis that offer placement. Not sure why it's Northumbria vs. Liverpool for you, nevertheless from what you've said it seems wise to go to Northumbria. However I'd choose Liverpool, with a heated field such as law, I feel the institution reputation would trump experience when seeking employment at a top firm.
    I chose liverpool as those are a minority of RGU which dont provide you to do the LNAT and aww okay thankyou for this insight
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