University of Gloucestershire - Fast-track law degree launched

May 1, 2008

Students will be able to study for a fast-track law degree at the University of Gloucestershire from September. The university is one of a handful of institutions in the country piloting the two-year LLB Honours course, which is the first step to becoming a qualified barrister or solicitor. Students on the two-year programme will continue their studies into June and July, traditionally part of the long summer holidays.

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