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    Hi, just some advice needed. I have applied to go to uni this Sept, I have conditional offers from both my insurance and firm choice to do a LLB full time. Having thought about this I think I would be better suited to part time study. I have looked at both of the uni's website and found that they both do the LLB part time, how would I go about getting this adjusted as full time application are dealt with through UCAS and part time directly with the university. Has anyone been in a similar position?
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    (Original post by tigeress2009)
    Hi, just some advice needed. I have applied to go to uni this Sept, I have conditional offers from both my insurance and firm choice to do a LLB full time. Having thought about this I think I would be better suited to part time study. I have looked at both of the uni's website and found that they both do the LLB part time, how would I go about getting this adjusted as full time application are dealt with through UCAS and part time directly with the university. Has anyone been in a similar position?
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    Speak to the university (or universities) about whether you can do this and they will be able to advise on what you need to do with UCAS.
 
 
 

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