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The Brunel University is offering an undergraduate course for Law with Criminal Injustice, with requirements of BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma D*D*D* in Business or Public Services and also at least a grade C at GCSE level in Mathematics and English. It is a 4-years-full-time with a placement, which is beneficial as I will be able to learn as well as work to obtain experience. They offer three courses structured differently, according to the individual. The first structure they offer is the three-years full-time. Which is where the student for six academic terms with a standard summer vacation. The second structure they offer is called the four-year thick-sandwich. This is where students spend the whole of Year 3 on placement. The last structure they offer is called the four-year thin-in-sandwich. This is where students spend two periods on work placements. Previous placements have been in barristers’ chambers, solicitors’ firms and governmental institutions. This course cost £9,000 full-time, with an added £1,000 for the placement.
Holborn College offers the LLB Law for four-years including one-year (foundation year) – where you learn and develop all the essential skills for studying law. They enquire at least 5 GCSE A-C including English language, and BTEC (doesn’t specify the grades). Unfortunately they do not offer a placement with this course, which is a disappointment. This course costs £5,995 per annum, with available student finance to support me during my time in university.
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