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I am going to University of law to study LLB Law for one year then transfer to Kings college london because i am aware most law firms like law grads from those unis... So, the question is university of law good for LLB or undergrads?
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This is for law uk students. Is university of law a good uni to study LLB Law??? I’m going there for a year then transfer to a Russell group uni e.g. UCL
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Why or how would you transfer? Transfers are unlikely especially going up the rankings.
If you want to go to another university, best to apply there in first place..
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I was too late to apply other unis since I went through clearing and I have an offer to study LLB Law at ULaw and my previous uni for foundation year wasn’t so great...
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U law is okay but only take a place there if you want to spend 3 years there. You won’t be able to transfer to a Russel group in year 2, maybe you could transfer to another u-law campus though? That’s probably an option.
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Are you sure that KCL accept year 2 transfers for law?
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I am going to University of law to study LLB Law for one year then transfer to Kings college london because i am aware most law firms like law grads from those unis... So, the question is university of law good for LLB or undergrads?
Kings hardly ever accept second year transfers as it is unlikely the first year modules will be identical to those at the University of Law. Plus they would look very closely at your A level grades (or equivalent) even if they were to consider a transfer.

So the question is more whether you would be happy to do 3 years at the University of Law if you can't transfer to Kings at the end of Year 1?
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I echo what the others have said.

I’d rate your chances of transferring from the UoL to Kings is virtually impossible. Kings is hard enough to get in as it is, and won’t accept transfers, even if you got 80 in your first year. Modules will be different, and your grades likely aren’t competitive enough for it.

Would you be happy to study at the University of Law for the whole 3 years? If not, is there somewhere else you’d rather attend?

Forget about Kings.
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