Is Southampton a good University for law?
The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020 has ranked Southampton as one of the UK’s top 20 Law Schools. The University as a whole retained its top 20 position, remaining the second-highest performing university in the South East, with just Oxford ahead in the regional table.
Is Southampton a prestigious University?
We’re in the top 100 in the QS World University Rankings 2022, based on indicators such as research excellence and employability.
Which Southampton campus is law?
Rigorous and challenging legal study We are part of the University of Southampton, a leading research-intensive Russell Group University, ranked in the top 100 worldwide Universities by the QS World University Rankings 2022.
Is Solent University good for law?
Solent’s LLB degree is ideally suited to students looking to pursue a career as a solicitor or barrister and also to those seeking a career in other legal and business professional environments, from commerce to the civil service.
What are the entry requirements for law?
The minimum requirement to study law is a NQF level 4 certificate, which is a National Senior Certificate or a Senior Certificate. For most universities, a minimum Admissions Point Score (APS) of 21 points is needed for admission, but you’ll find that certain universities require a minimum of 33 points to study law.
WHAT A levels do you need to be a lawyer?
A levels – To get on to a law degree you will usually require a minimum of two A levels, with three A levels and A grades needed for the most popular courses. Entry requirements range from BCC to AAA, with the universities and colleges most commonly asking for ABB. It is not a requirement to have A level law.
What are good A levels for law?
Many law students take at least one ‘facilitating’ subject such as a foreign language, maths, science, English, history or geography, which are deemed as good choices for students who want to keep their degree options flexible.
Is Southampton University hard to get into?
Taking all universities into consideration, the average offer rate is 72.82%….Full list of UK university offer rates.
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Is Southampton a Russell Group University?
The University of Southampton is a founding member of the Russell Group – an organisation of 24 top UK universities committed to maintaining the highest research and teaching standards, and creating strong links with business and the public sector.
Does Southampton require LNAT?
LNAT (Law National Admissions Test) is not required. We welcome students with other qualifications eg European or Welsh Baccalaureate, Scottish Advanced Highers and Irish Leaving Certificates. We also welcome applications from overseas students offering foundation programmes with a substantial amount of academic study.