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Hello, I have an offer from SOAS to study Economics and Law and I have an offer to study Law with a Year in Industry at Royal Holloway. I am unsure which one to choose. Both are offering me AAB.
well, ultimately the decision is where you feel you fit in better. Ive heard that SOAS is good for economics which could suit your degree and also has good job opportunities as it is internationally recognised. i would suggest looking at the university ranking website and slot law in and see where both rank :smile:
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Original post by reneesuper
Hello, I have an offer from SOAS to study Economics and Law and I have an offer to study Law with a Year in Industry at Royal Holloway. I am unsure which one to choose. Both are offering me AAB.
Hi there,

We're delighted that you're considering studying Law at Royal Holloway, University of London.

Our Department of Law and Criminology has a reputation for high quality research and teaching. Our LLB Law with a Year in Industry degree is for anyone looking to start a career in law, whether as a barrister or a solicitor, it is also for those who are interested in the legal system and the ways in which laws are made and upheld. You'll be equipped with a wide range of transferable skills which are highly sought after by employers in a wide variety of fields. You can find out more about our course here: https://www.royalholloway.ac.uk/studying-here/undergraduate/law-and-criminology/law-with-a-year-in-industry/

In terms of facilities, our campus is one of the most beautiful in the world with numerous teaching and study spaces, bars and cafés, high-quality accommodation, and sports facilities. Visit our campus and get a real feel for student life at one of our Open Days. You can find out more information on this page: https://www.royalholloway.ac.uk/student-life/visit-royal-holloway/open-days/

Get answers to the questions that matter to you by chatting with our students and staff! You can chat to a current Law student to find out what life is really like at Royal Holloway: www.royalholloway.ac.uk/chat and sign up for more information about us here: https://royalholloway.ac.uk/studying-here/sign-up-for-more-information/

I hope you find the above useful!

Best wishes,

Royal Holloway, University of London Rep
Original post by reneesuper
Hello, I have an offer from SOAS to study Economics and Law and I have an offer to study Law with a Year in Industry at Royal Holloway. I am unsure which one to choose. Both are offering me AAB.

Hello, congrats on receiving both offers! Its most important to choose a University which has modules which interest you! You can have a look through the Economics and Law modules here: https://www.soas.ac.uk/study/find-course/ba-economics-and https://www.soas.ac.uk/study/find-course/ba-law-and
SOAS is a unique university with a small but diverse student body. I have personally loved the teaching at SOAS and everyone is so friendly, there's a real sense of community. The Law department is exceptional with many professors who are experts in their fields, also a lot of the law students engage in Internships and work experience in big Law firms during their degree. SOAS Law gives you a great general basis as well as specialist skills and knowledge such as in Islamic Law, that stand out to employers.
Hope this helps!
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Original post by SOAS Student Rep
Hello, congrats on receiving both offers! Its most important to choose a University which has modules which interest you! You can have a look through the Economics and Law modules here: https://www.soas.ac.uk/study/find-course/ba-economics-and https://www.soas.ac.uk/study/find-course/ba-law-and
SOAS is a unique university with a small but diverse student body. I have personally loved the teaching at SOAS and everyone is so friendly, there's a real sense of community. The Law department is exceptional with many professors who are experts in their fields, also a lot of the law students engage in Internships and work experience in big Law firms during their degree. SOAS Law gives you a great general basis as well as specialist skills and knowledge such as in Islamic Law, that stand out to employers.
Hope this helps!

I was wondering how a dual degree worked exactly
Original post by reneesuper
I was wondering how a dual degree worked exactly

A dual degree is not too different from a single degree actually. Each year is 120 credits, so if you study a dual degree your year would be split 50/50 between the subjects i.e. 60 credits for each. Have a look at the page for the combined degree here: https://www.soas.ac.uk/study/find-course/ba-law-and or https://www.soas.ac.uk/study/find-course/ba-economics-and
It will show you what modules you can take each year from each course. For Law and economics the structure slightly differs depending on which subject comes first in the title but this isn't common for other combinations.
Hope this helps and let me know if you have any more questions!
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So if I was to take Economics and Law would I be able to apply to do that Colombia program in America?

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