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I want to do law at university but Would I be limited to only do sport related courses at university if I was to just take a level 3 extended diploma in sport before going to university?
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I want to do law at university but Would I be limited to only do sport related courses at university if I was to just take a level 3 extended diploma in sport before going to university?
It's unlikely you would be able to study law with a Btec extended diploma in sports- you should look for something more closely related to the subject you want to study at university.
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It's unlikely you would be able to study law with a Btec extended diploma in sports- you should look for something more closely related to the subject you want to study at university.
Would I be limited to only sport related course because I think some universities accept level 3 extended diploma to take criminology?
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It's unlikely you would be able to study law with a Btec extended diploma in sports- you should look for something more closely related to the subject you want to study at university.
Would I be limited to only sport related course because I think some universities accept level 3 extended diploma to take criminology but on their websites it says the extended diploma has be in a relevant subject what does dat exactly mean?
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Would I be limited to only sport related course because I think some universities accept level 3 extended diploma to take criminology but on their websites it says the extended diploma has be in a relevant subject what does dat exactly mean?
I can't speak exactly for a university, but related will usually mean a science subject for a science degree, a humanities subject for a humanities degree and so on.

You could email the universities and ask.

Do be aware that getting into uni is a competitive process, so even if they will accept a particular subject, they may prefer others.

Criminology is also a very different degree to law.
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Would I be limited to only sport related course because I think some universities accept level 3 extended diploma to take criminology but on their websites it says the extended diploma has be in a relevant subject what does dat exactly mean?
Relevant BTECs for Law or Criminology would likely be; BTEC Applied Law, BTEC Public Services, BTEC Forensic Science, BTEC Business (Law pathway) or BTEC Criminology.
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Relevant BTECs for Law or Criminology would likely be; BTEC Applied Law, BTEC Public Services, BTEC Forensic Science, BTEC Business (Law pathway) or BTEC Criminology.
Would doing a work experience related to law and adding that to my UCAS application from help ??
Also does that mean I’m only limited to only do sport at uni then?
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Just a general link:

https://university.which.co.uk/advic...d-to-study-law

Look at university entry requirements for Law, and usually preferred subject choices will appear for some.

Maths / English / History have all seemed popular with many people I knew who studied Law.
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