Part-time weekend LPC and full-time work?

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JStevendale
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Hi guys!

So I want to start the LPC at ULaw this Sept, but I'm having a hard time figuring out the best way to do it because of financial reasons. So, I am considering doing the part-time weekend course and commuting from Cardiff to Bristol, until I find a full-time paralegal role, from which then I will move to Bristol to continue the course and work full-time.

Has anyone done the weekend LPC and could shed some light on the workload? Should I be doing the weekend/day course? Is there something I haven't thought of, or has anyone got a better idea? Any opinions or information are welcome and so helpful!

Thank you in advance.
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Hey,

I am going in my second year of part-time weekend LLM LPC at NTU. I have uni 1 weekend a month (with some exceptions when they added a friday 2x as well) and I work a full time job.

The workload is MASSIVE. Honestly, I have never had to work this hard in my life, so my best advice is - please start preparing for your seminars early. DO NOT leave it until the last minute. Literally, spend like even 2 hours, 3-4 times a week preparing for the study weekend.

Hopefully this helps. If you have any more questions, send me a message
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