I want to do llb directly in uk after 12th.Is it a good option?Do international lawyers have difficulty practicing law in uk?
Asked by Rida about 1 year ago
Yes, you can opt for LLB in the UK after class 12th.
Eligibility criteria :
Although the eligibility criteria differ from university to university and the course of
your choice, mentioned below are some of the general admission criteria for most law
colleges in the UK:
* Students must have a high school diploma or a certificate that equates to 12 years
* Most students who attend school and college in England and Wales still follow the
academic route of GCSEs, followed by A-Levels.
* Most UK Law schools need at least grade C or B, or a level 4 or above, at GCSE in
English, Math and specific cases, a subject such as foreign languages.
* Students under the age of 18 or 17 or above are eligible.
* The LSAT (Law School Admission Test) is partially required (if the university asks).
* For international students, a high English Language Proficiency Score is necessary.
The English Language Proficiencies’ average cut-off marks are as follows:
* TOEFL: 80-90
* IELTS: 6-6.5
* PTE: 55-59
* CAE: 160-169
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