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Heyy!! So im in a dilemma! So post grad im hoping to going on and becoming an Immigration lawyer. However, I have the option of going to London Southbank Uni to do Law (its an alright uni btw) OR to go to Queen Mary Uni (Russel group) to do International Relations and then do a conversion masters and go onto Immigration Lawyer.... which one would be wiser to choose lsbu or qmul??
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Dang why does no one ever reply to me 😢
You mean in 6 minutes?
Why not have some patience?
There are many more questions than people willing to answer and even fewer who have the knowledge.

I would take a gap and then reapply to do law.
LSBU law for immigration isnt going to kill you (especially if you like the uni) , because most of it is pretty poorly paid, so they are less likely to fuss, but I would much rather have study at QM and keep my options open.
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Heyy!! So im in a dilemma! So post grad im hoping to going on and becoming an Immigration lawyer. However, I have the option of going to London Southbank Uni to do Law (its an alright uni btw) OR to go to Queen Mary Uni (Russel group) to do International Relations and then do a conversion masters and go onto Immigration Lawyer.... which one would be wiser to choose lsbu or qmul??
If you're post grad why are you doing another degree? Why not just do a conversion course now?
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If you're post grad why are you doing another degree? Why not just do a conversion course now?
Good spot.
The OP couldnt be bothered to come back and didnt even bother to say thank you or provide further information.
They were also posting at 1am and then moaning about not getting a reply in six minutes. Ridiculous.
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