Sheffield or Kent?? PLS HELP Watch

pizzamalia
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Hello I am having a hard time deciding which one to choose between Kent and Sheffield for Law with French Law
This is for my insurance option and they both have the same entry requirements
Kent is waay higher in the Complete Uni Guide for Law 2019 however Sheffield is lower BUT in the Russel Group
I have visited both and really loved both of them so IDK it's really frustrating
If you've got any advice or have been to any of the two or literally anything please please leave a reply THANK YOU!!!
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If it's your insurance, flip a coin.

These sorts of posts in the law forum are increasingly tending towards 'I can't decide between LJMU and Man Met please help!!?!'. I miss the days when we had hundred-post threads on LSE v UCL or KCL v Durham.
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And if it hadn't been my insurance but my firm?

My post is quite similar to LSE v UCL or KCL v Durham in the sense that the two unis I'm struggling to choose between are at around the same level between each other, just like the four above, hence why I was asking for help and advice

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If it's your insurance, flip a coin.

These sorts of posts in the law forum are increasingly tending towards 'I can't decide between LJMU and Man Met please help!!?!'. I miss the days when we had hundred-post threads on LSE v UCL or KCL v Durham.
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Have you looked at how the courses are assessed? I am sure Kent do a bunch of rando doss assignments, like making posters and writing case summaries. Sheffield might be more traditional, or it might not.
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pizza, stop duplicating threads please! (Or else I'm gonna have to give u a pizza my mind. Sorry, I had to).

Ignore the RG status and rankings. Two are relatively equal and choosing one over the other won't make a significant difference. My best advice is to compare the modules offered at the two unis and speak to the current students. Have a look at the exam structure, contact hours etc...
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will stop no worries, keep working on your pizza jokes tho!

Thanks for the advice, I'll definitely have a look at all that. Cheers!
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pizza, stop duplicating threads please! (Or else I'm gonna have to give u a pizza my mind. Sorry, I had to).

Ignore the RG status and rankings. Two are relatively equal and choosing one over the other won't make a significant difference. My best advice is to compare the modules offered at the two unis and speak to the current students. Have a look at the exam structure, contact hours etc...
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What’s your firm if you don’t mind me asking?

Honestly don’t think there’s much between the two and if it’s your insurance, just go for the one you prefer and strive to reach your firm
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My firm is Leeds and hopefully I won't even have to worry about insurance and get into Leeds
Thank you for your help !
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What’s your firm if you don’t mind me asking?

Honestly don’t think there’s much between the two and if it’s your insurance, just go for the one you prefer and strive to reach your firm
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