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    I'm currently studying an Acess to higher education foundation degree at london metropolitan. I always knew I wanted to study law but never realised how important it was to graduate from a russell group university. Even though the Mayor of London graduated with a law degree from London met I DO NOT WANT TO BE A GRADUATE OF LONDON MET, I don't really want this uni attached to my name. Basically I was just wondering if it was possible to get into a Russell group university from studying a foundation degree? I'm assuming if I got top marks in every module in my foundation degree It may give me a chance to study at a Russell group? and Which Russell group uni's are considered most "lenient" ? PLEASE HELP ME!

    I know people who have gotten into King's from Access courses and OU so they'd probably consider foundation too, just ask them and see what they say
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