Law LLB - England vs Scotland??Watch
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So soon I will be applying to universities and at first I was planning to only apply to universities that are in England because for some reason I thought that studying and working in Scotland won't be as appealing as it would be in England but now idk. Some people have told me that it's better to study in Scotland, that the vibe and other things in general can be as good as it is perhaps in London etc and recently I had the opportunity to go to Edinburgh and I saw it for myself and it seemed really nice (people, place etc) however I was only there for like 2 days so 2 days cannot be compared to 3/4 years that I would spend in university so if anyone has pros and cons to study both in England or Scotland I would be grateful !
You will be studying Scots Law if you decide to go to the University of Edinburgh.
The law of probability suggests that if you currently live in England and your only experience of Scotland has been a 2 day trip to Edinburgh, it is more likely that you will end up living and working in England; a 3 year LLB at an English uni is the most direct route to achieving this.
Unless you feel strongly that you would prefer to study or live in Scotland, which you don't.