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Top UK Universities to study law

Law remains one of the most popular subjects studied by students from overseas in the UK. It's not surprising considering that London is nowadays the global hotspot for international arbitration, with hundreds of international law firms having their offices in the country. More than that, English law is often chosen to govern international commercial agreements and different UK universities offer excellent courses in European law as well.

Let's look at the latest annual University Guide by the British newspaper Guardian to see which UK universities are considered the best to study this subject.

The universities were evaluated according to such criteria as general satisfaction with the course, teaching and feedback, student-to-staff ratio, and career prospects after 15 months.

Cambridge (2 courses, including BA (hons) law (optional year abroad))

Oxford (6 courses, including BA (hons) law with law studies in Europe (European law) (year abroad))

London School of Economics and Political Science (2 courses, including BA (hons) anthropology & law (optional year abroad))

UCL (University College London) (7 courses, including LLB (hons) English & German law (year abroad))

The University of Glasgow (36 courses, including LLB (hons) scots law & international relations (optional year abroad)).

Guardian’s top ten also includes Durham University, King's College London, The University of Edinburgh, the University of Warwick, and Queen Mary University of London.

Entry requirements

Usually 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.

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