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- May 09, 2012
- Preferred qualification: Undergraduate | Preferred study destination: United Kingdom
Hi Aparajita , There are nearly 169 universities in the UK offering Undergraduate Law courses found in our Uniguru website. And also there is a SORT BY option available, where you can sort out the universities according to Institution profile, Highest rated, Institution A-Z, Number of courses, Number of Reviews, Times Ranking 2012. You can see the top universities like Warwick, Oxford, Cambridge, and Exeter etc are listed in the first page. You can select the universities of your choice according to the Times ranking.
When planning for study abroad first select the best university with good ranking among top 50 universities. Then do the course selection based on your interest, check for tuition fees, scholarships available, accommodation available, location job and placement opportunity, the teaching staff, etc. See what the admission requirement in the university is. Explore your interests and take the time to find the college that's right for you. It's always better to do a bit of research before you proceed further.
All the best.
Hi, You can apply to Top Universities like Cambridge and Oxford as well. You need to apply well in advance for these universities, October 15th being the deadline for these Universities for admissions in Septemeber 2013. For the rest you can apply as late as Jan 15th 2013. Please go through www.ucas.ac.uk for applying for UG programs in UK.