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    I am finally sending off my application next week...However, I'm still in doubt about which universities to choose. Out of the following, which do you consider to be the best?
    - Surrey (Law & Spanish Law)
    - Southampton (Law & European Legal Studies)
    - Kent (Law & Spanish Law)
    - East Anglia (Law & European Legal Studies)
    - Lancaster (European Legal Studies)
    - Sheffield (European and International Law)
    Any opinions from current students at these universities would also be much appreciated. Thank you!
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    Law and European legal studies at UEA I have an offer for that and want to know someone else is going as well haha but UEA is a great university as a AAB
    What are you predicted because that will affect it because European studies dont have many places so its harder to get on.
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    Thanks for your help and congratulations! Well thing is I'm not taking A-levels here in Spain, so it's based on a percentage grade. UEA is asking for 80% and that's exactly what I've got. Do you know anything about/would recommend any of the other universities?
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    look at times university good guide
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    I was going to apply to Kent but is a very long train journey from my home and is 3 - 4 change overs depending which train but lower than UEA but ive heard is a nice university my English teachers daughter is there she loves it. I like Sheffield did a summer school there once and was my 6th choice so had to drop it. Warwick is amazing but to high for me so couldnt apply. I dont know much about the others but have heard Lancaster is very good to. Hope that helps.
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    It surely helps, thank you. I'm just pretty confused at the moment. My teacher still has to ring Warwick and Durham up (not sure about the entry requirements). I'm happy with the others, though, so will be hard to just choose 5 of them. Did you go to the UEA Open Day?
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    It'd be particularly useful if anyone already attending these universities could give info on their experiences at any of the ones mentioned on my very first post on this thread. I need to take a decision quickly, and although I've been trying to base my choice on The Times League Table, knowing I'd be happy there, the teachers are good, etc would surely help me decide!
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    (Original post by crisl91)
    It surely helps, thank you. I'm just pretty confused at the moment. My teacher still has to ring Warwick and Durham up (not sure about the entry requirements). I'm happy with the others, though, so will be hard to just choose 5 of them. Did you go to the UEA Open Day?
    I visited East Anglia a few years ago but couldnt on the open day but I liked it when I did visit. I have been invited to a ucas visitors day on 28th Jan tho for people who have been accepted
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    (Original post by vickialice)
    I visited East Anglia a few years ago but couldnt on the open day but I liked it when I did visit. I have been invited to a ucas visitors day on 28th Jan tho for people who have been accepted
    Oh right, that's fantastic . Well, if you don't mind, I'll add you as a friend on here and maybe we could keep chatting. You'll have to tell me how you find the visit! What other universities have you applied to?
 
 
 
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