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I have been given an offer from;
- City university
- University of Law
- University of Hertfordshire
- University of Westminster

To study LPC (Legal Practise Course)(Law) with Masters. However, I don’t know which one to decide on. Can anyone who’s sees this post write the university they think I should study at.
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I have been given an offer from;
- City university
- University of Law
- University of Hertfordshire
- University of Westminster

To study LPC (Legal Practise Course)(Law) with Masters. However, I don’t know which one to decide on. Can anyone who’s sees this post write the university they think I should study at.
THANK YOUUUUU!
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Hello,

I was also faced with this predicament. I most certainly recommend Westminster University. I have just completed the LPC/LLM and Westminster University is the best choice I've made. The LPC teachers ( and all staff ) have been absolutely fantastic, with teaching and support. This is very important, as teachers were always available when I needed them.

Lessons were interesting and fun! There is a wide range of campuses that have excellent library facilities and being based in central London was a great experience. The teachers (and all staff) have been remarkable on this course.

I can honestly say I have achieved my distinction because of their teaching skills and support. I hope this helps 😊
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Hello, I was also faced with this predicament. I most certainly recommend Westminster University. I have just completed the LPC/LLM and Westminster University is the best choice I've made. The LPC teachers ( and all staff ) have been absolutely fantastic, with teaching and support. This is very important, as teachers were always available when I needed them. Lessons were interesting and fun! There is a wide range of campuses that have excellent library facilities and being based in central London was a great experience. The teachers (and all staff) have been remarkable on this course. I can honestly say I have achieved my distinction because of their teaching skills and support. I hope this helps 😊
Thank you for your advice
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Thank you for your advice
Happy to help, please do message if you have any other questions. I know how difficult it can be to select a university. I'm very happy with the choice I made 😊
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