Difficulty looking for a uni for law

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I'm hoping to do either media or employment law (or a mixture) in uni but it's been hard looking for a good uni that i get in with my predicted grades (BBC). Does anyone have any advice for looking for unis (other than ucas) and any universities they know of that i can apply for with, my current, predicted grades?
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I'm hoping to do either media or employment law (or a mixture) in uni but it's been hard looking for a good uni that i get in with my predicted grades (BBC). Does anyone have any advice for looking for unis (other than ucas) and any universities they know of that i can apply for with, my current, predicted grades?
Try going on universityfinder.org.uk...put in your tariff points total etc and they will show you eligible university's. Off the top of my head bath spa etc are lower offers for law, but that's law more broadly. Maybe don't need to study a 3 year degree in employment law? Just saying as personal opinion, I know you physically can but as someone who is now out the other side of Uni and in my career, in these times please consider everything,a foundation or the like would get you to be just as suitable in a role around employment law. Think about your long term plans and goals and ambitions, unless you just have time and money to waste, make it count and there are easier routes into HR etc..it may frustrate you the other side seeing people no degree etc. Law itself you could study media etc. Check the site anyway. Good luck.
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Try going on universityfinder.org.uk...put in your tariff points total etc and they will show you eligible university's. Off the top of my head bath spa etc are lower offers for law, but that's law more broadly. Maybe don't need to study a 3 year degree in employment law? Just saying as personal opinion, I know you physically can but as someone who is now out the other side of Uni and in my career, in these times please consider everything,a foundation or the like would get you to be just as suitable in a role around employment law. Think about your long term plans and goals and ambitions, unless you just have time and money to waste, make it count and there are easier routes into HR etc..it may frustrate you the other side seeing people no degree etc. Law itself you could study media etc. Check the site anyway. Good luck.
Thank you so much, much appreciated! God bless!!
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Hi _shvrxnxx

I hope you are doing well!

I am a final year LLB Law student at City, University of London and noticed you were interested in specialising Law in employment or media Law. I understand that you are interested in searching for Universities based on your predicted grades. As a result, I recommend that you use the tool from TheUniGuide where you can search for a course or uni above, to find the right subject and degree for you. You can filter by entry requirements based on your predicted (or known) grades.

I hope this helps in searching for the different universities. Let me know if you have any further questions and I will be happy to answer them.

Anisa
Final Year Law Student 😊
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Hi _shvrxnxx

I hope you are doing well!

I am a final year LLB Law student at City, University of London and noticed you were interested in specialising Law in employment or media Law. I understand that you are interested in searching for Universities based on your predicted grades. As a result, I recommend that you use the tool from TheUniGuide where you can search for a course or uni above, to find the right subject and degree for you. You can filter by entry requirements based on your predicted (or known) grades.

I hope this helps in searching for the different universities. Let me know if you have any further questions and I will be happy to answer them.

Anisa
Final Year Law Student 😊
Hi Anisa,
Thank you so much for helping!! I’ll definitely have a look and get back to you on what I found and thank you sm for leaving the option for me to ask further questions!!
From Sharon ☺️
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i can't help you find a university but just want to point out there's no such thing as a bachelor's degree in employment law so not sure why an above user suggested that. both employment law and media law are just optional modules in a regular LLB (perhaps only taken for one semester) and because they are optional there's also no guarantee they will be available the year you'd usually take them as it's based on demand and availability of someone to teach it (altho employment law is pretty much a staple so like guaranteed to be there. not necessarily media law tho).

bear in mind law is not a vocational degree and if you want to work in law you don't need a law degree. theoretically, if you could get into a better uni with BBC but under a different subject would that be something you would also consider? just throwing it out there.
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