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I am in year 12, If i do something like English/history or perhaps ppe, is it possible for me do a 1 year law course at the same uni after i graduate so 3 years of english for a BA then 1 year of law?
Also is the same possible for say buisness type courses which will help me land a job at an IBank, or is better that i do law straight up for 3 years or a buisness type thing

thanks.

p.s i will hopefully get 5 A's this year so i am looking at top end unis
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Right. Please read this thread I answered the exact same question last night and can't be bothered to type it alll out again with regards to law.
http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...74&postcount=8
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u cant do it at oxbridge i have to reconsider everything now, cause if i do an english degree there then hmmm
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You can easily change unis for it though. Oxford offer a shortened version of a undergrad degree for exceptional graduates
http://denning.law.ox.ac.uk/postgraduate/senior.shtml
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u cant do it at oxbridge i have to reconsider everything now, cause if i do an english degree there then hmmm
But you can just go somewhere else. Why should that be a particular problem? In any case, if you go to Oxford it's fairly standard to stay on at Brookes for the conversion course, so you don't have to change cities.
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You can easily change unis for it though. Oxford offer a shortened version of a undergrad degree for exceptional graduates
http://denning.law.ox.ac.uk/postgraduate/senior.shtml
Incidentally, a 2nd undergrad degree won't be subsidised by the government, so you'll be paying full fees with no loan.
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You'll be doing that for the CPE anyway. Most postgrad courses aren't subsidised. They aren't that expensive at the moment. Its the LPC or BVC thats the costly one.
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I've managed to get local funding for my 2 yr course. First year fees paid second year grand paid £500 interest free loan.

You really need to research your area many places have educational foundations available. Still sucks having no loan though.
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