Transferring from BA law to LLB in second year

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Hi, I’m currently in my last year of Highschool and I initially applied for nursing on ucas but after receiving offers I changed my mind. I really want to pursue law although since my ucas application was all about nursing my choices were limited and I couldn’t apply to other unis which did the LLB law course. Although I did manage to secure an offer for BA law at a university, although I’m not sure if I want to do the BA law and then do another 2 years of LLB. I feel it’s too long for me personally. But my other choices are to do a gap year which is also uncertain in me obtaining an offer from university’s that does LLB law course since my grades may not be great. However I’m wondering if the university would let me transfer from BA to LLB course at another university in my second year by using the same credits :/ I’m conflicted should I continue the BA law course and see if I could transfer or take a gap year and apply for LLB law at another university
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Isn’t Oxford ba law? As long as it’s qualifying then doesn’t matter if not called llb.
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(Original post by Catherine1973)
Isn’t Oxford ba law? As long as it’s qualifying then doesn’t matter if not called llb.
In Scotland you need to do the LLB in order to qualify as a solicitor :/ and the uni in which I would do the ba course is not ranked high for law unfortunately
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