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    Hi, been made offers to study the BPTC at University of Law, City law school and BPP London - conflicted as to which to go for. Does anyone have any advice?
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    (Original post by twasbrillig)
    Hi, been made offers to study the BPTC at University of Law, City law school and BPP London - conflicted as to which to go for. Does anyone have any advice?
    Have you one to the open day for both?
    Have you checked teaching method, facilities, location and course structure?
    Have you managed to speak to existing or previous students?
    Looked at exam success data?

    They should be very similar so do the pros and cons then go with whichever one made the best impression and feel you would be more suited to. Thats how I would do it for GDL and LPC. Not aware of other one being superior for BPTC.
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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    Have you one to the open day for both?
    Have you checked teaching method, facilities, location and course structure?
    Have you managed to speak to existing or previous students?
    Looked at exam success data?

    They should be very similar so do the pros and cons then go with whichever one made the best impression and feel you would be more suited to. Thats how I would do it for GDL and LPC. Not aware of other one being superior for BPTC.
    Hi, I don't live in London so going to open days is difficult. I did have to attend a selection event prior to being offered a place at UoL but other than that that's exactly why I'm here on studentroom right now - looking to speak to existing/previous students of either uni who might be able to offer some insight! Stats are one thing, and though I've taken those into account already, it would be immensely helpful to hear from people who have studied with these course providers as well.
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    They're all cons.
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    You'll get pros and cons for all, and to be honest, you're not going to get a representative picture. Most people will have studied at one provider, or you're going to get a mixture of people who sing the praises of their provider, or to the contrary, those who simply hate their provider.

    You may be best checking the pass rates for each course (try the BSB/SRA website if its BPTC or LPC studies you're talking about) and checking what each provider has to offer (check their websites, and they should say what opportunities they have).
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    Anyone know much about UWE’s BPTC?
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