Below is a list of the top 10 UK universities to study law, according to the Guardian newspaper in 2011. Unsurprisingly, Oxbridge leads the way.
3. UCL (University College London)
4. Queen Mary (University of London)
5. LSE (London School of Economics)
6. SOAS (School of Oriental and African Studies) – part of the University of London
10. King’s College London
Apart from Cambridge and Oxford, London universities are dominant in Law courses, making up 5 of the 8 top ten places behind the Oxbridge institutions.
The results are compiled from a range of metrics, including student satisfaction with the course / teaching / feedback, spend per student, average entry requirements, ratio of staff to students, and the percentage of graduates in employment after 6 months of completion.
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