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    Hi Guys
    As the title suggests, do they?
    How long do they last for?
    How do they differ in comparison to a normal law degree?
    Cheers
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    (Original post by 02sd2607)
    Hi Guys
    As the title suggests, do they?
    How long do they last for?
    How do they differ in comparison to a normal law degree?
    Cheers
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    No UCL don't... But London Met do. They last only a year and only cover the core Law modules.
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    (Original post by adilmorrison)
    No UCL don't... But London Met do. They last only a year and only cover the core Law modules.
    I think I'll give that one a miss!
    Do you know any other unis that do?
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    The magic of the internet will tell you :yes:
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    (Original post by 02sd2607)
    I think I'll give that one a miss!
    Do you know any other unis that do?
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    I know it sounds bad, but for post graduate courses, it's fine. Also, it matters very little where you do the conversion course. I have a friend who did languages at Edinburgh who just completed the course there this year... He had nothing but good things to say about it.
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    (Original post by emmie19)
    The magic of the internet will tell you :yes:
    I can't actually find them, ive found Durham so far...
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    (Original post by adilmorrison)
    I know it sounds bad, but for post graduate courses, it's fine. Also, it matters very little where you do the conversion course. I have a friend who did languages at Edinburgh who just completed the course there this year... He had nothing but good things to say about it.
    Oh ok thanks for that, I will look into it, did he have to self-fund, because I've heard it can cost up to £20,000....
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    (Original post by 02sd2607)
    I can't actually find them, ive found Durham so far...
    Here. http://www.lexisnexis.co.uk/our-solu...s/default.aspx
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    (Original post by 02sd2607)
    Oh ok thanks for that, I will look into it, did he have to self-fund, because I've heard it can cost up to £20,000....
    He worked doing it part-time...
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    (Original post by adilmorrison)
    Here. http://www.lexisnexis.co.uk/our-solu...s/default.aspx
    Cheers, are there any different routes for gaining legal qualifications after a non-law degree?
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    You don't have to do it at a uni. You can do it a the college of law or one of the other places that offers it.
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    (Original post by 02sd2607)
    Cheers, are there any different routes for gaining legal qualifications after a non-law degree?
    There are both the GDL and CPE... They are both seen as equal...
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    (Original post by adilmorrison)
    There are both the GDL and CPE... They are both seen as equal...
    Thanks sleekchic!
    Adil, Im looking at the college of law, and considering the two year part time approach, as I'd be able to combine work and study i.e. limit my debt!
    Excited for September?
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    (Original post by 02sd2607)
    Thanks sleekchic!
    Adil, Im looking at the college of law, and considering the two year part time approach, as I'd be able to combine work and study i.e. limit my debt!
    Excited for September?
    That sounds like a wise move... There is also the possibility of applying for a training contract which includes funding for the GDL/CPE... These are of course competitive, but it's also an option...

    I can't wait! You?
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    To prevent confusion the GDL is the CPE
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    (Original post by adilmorrison)
    That sounds like a wise move... There is also the possibility of applying for a training contract which includes funding for the GDL/CPE... These are of course competitive, but it's also an option...

    I can't wait! You?
    Yeah I'm starting to get VERY excited, so long as I get in haha
    Ive started buying things like pots and pans haha :P
    Ive also bought all the compulsory french books and all the compulsory german lit books, should really start working my way through them but jibbb atm
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    (Original post by 02sd2607)
    I can't actually find them, ive found Durham so far...
    Try to find a general Law website with all courses. Look up unis you're interested in.
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    (Original post by emmie19)
    Try to find a general Law website with all courses. Look up unis you're interested in.
    It's ok, I've found them now, thanks tho!
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    http://www.bristol.ac.uk/law/pgdegre...dy/ma-law.html
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