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I’m thinking of going to The university of Law and since it’s a private university I was wondering if I will be supported by student finance and get a loan for that university or will I have to pay out of my own pocket?
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I’m thinking of going to The university of Law and since it’s a private university I was wondering if I will be supported by student finance and get a loan for that university or will I have to pay out of my own pocket?
It will be fine assuming you are eligible for student finance in the first place.

For a uni experience, then I would think about looking at larger more traditional unis on the basis of student life and facilities. I also assume we are talking undergrad or is it the LPC?

https://www.law.ac.uk/undergraduate/funding-options/
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It will be fine assuming you are eligible for student finance in the first place.

For a uni experience, then I would think about looking at larger more traditional unis on the basis of student life and facilities. I also assume we are talking undergrad or is it the LPC?

https://www.law.ac.uk/undergraduate/funding-options/
I’m taking the undergrad. I’m going to study law and I’m not sure which uni is the best out of The university of law , Westminster and Roehampton based on uk university rankings and which uni do employers look at for a higher chance of employment between these 3 universities.
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I’m taking the undergrad. I’m going to study law and I’m not sure which uni is the best out of The university of law , Westminster and Roehampton based on uk university rankings and which uni do employers look at for a higher chance of employment between these 3 universities.
Are you an international student? I get the feeling international student or one desperate to study in London?
What grades do you have?
What start are you aiming for?
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No I’m not an international student
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I just want to go to a university between those 3 that are the best but I’m not sure which one is the best for employability rate
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Are you an international student? I get the feeling international student or one desperate to study in London?
What grades do you have?
What start are you aiming for?
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I just want to go to a university between those 3 that are the best but I’m not sure which one is the best for employability rate
you have 5 options? are you wondering what to make your firm? you can easily look up statistics, the university guide is helpful
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I just want to go to a university between those 3 that are the best but I’m not sure which one is the best for employability rate
Post on Legal.
Have you been to the open days for all three?
Are you wanting to join the profession?
I dont think it will make much difference, but you can ask the unis themselves how many get tcs and pupillage.
My point v Uni of Law is thats all it does, so they are specialist rather than being a wide ranging uni.
I suppose Westminster, but you might be n touch for places like City who are always in clearing.
Talk to the student Law society and let them make the best pitch to you.
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Title edited and moved to Law

Are you at school at the moment and if so, what year are you in Zoe.1004?
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It’ll be supported by student finance if you’re eligible and the university comes up on ucas. My friend in college applied at a university which wasn’t listed on ucas and he wasn’t eligible to pick a insurance choice because his first wasn’t on ucas.
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I’m taking the undergrad. I’m going to study law and I’m not sure which uni is the best out of The university of law , Westminster and Roehampton based on uk university rankings and which uni do employers look at for a higher chance of employment between these 3 universities.
They all appear very low ranked. Why are you limiting it to these three?
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They all appear very low ranked. Why are you limiting it to these three?
Quite.I would resit or at least be more open minded.
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now why are you looking to study law at a shet uni
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now why are you looking to study law at a shet uni
I’m pretty sure Manchester is higher ranked than this uni if I’m not mistaken
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I’m pretty sure Manchester is higher ranked than this uni if I’m not mistaken
So are Oxford and Harvard Law School, but I'm not sure as to why you've brought this up in this particular thread?
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So is Oxford, but I'm not sure as to why you've brought this up in this particular thread?
... because it’s particularly good in its law sector. A lot of people I know looked into it for law as we did law in college. Didn’t exactly see a problem talking about law in a law thread but my bad I’ll dip. 🤷🏽*♀️
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... because it’s particularly good in its law sector. A lot of people I know looked into it for law as we did law in college. Didn’t exactly see a problem talking about law in a law thread but my bad I’ll dip. 🤷🏽*♀️
So applicants you know looked into Manc, and so ... i can't even be bothered to finish my
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... because it’s particularly good in its law sector. A lot of people I know looked into it for law as we did law in college.
Is English your first language? Was this college in the UK? Was the law you studied English law?

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Didn’t exactly see a problem talking about law in a law thread but my bad I’ll dip. 🤷🏽*♀️
Ah, so our strategy should be to chuck out the names of random universities until the OP finds one that sounds sexy, notwithstanding that we know nothing about the OP's academic and extracurricular profile.
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They all appear very low ranked. Why are you limiting it to these three?
They have low entry requirements and I just wanna know which one out of the 3 is best because I have to make my decision by today. I put Westminster as my firm but I’m having second thoughts now. I chose these unis because they seem like a safe option to go for
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(Original post by Zoe.1004)
They have low entry requirements and I just wanna know which one out of the 3 is best because I have to make my decision by today. I put Westminster as my firm but I’m having second thoughts now. I chose these unis because they seem like a safe option to go for
If it is really just between those 3, I would choose Westminster. What do other people think?
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