LLM in UK with average grades


Hello,

I am from India and I have completed my graduation in law (LL.B) from the best college in my city (Government Law College, Mumbai) and also have 8 months work experience (will comple a year in June.). During law school, I have completed four internships with reputed firms and corporates. I have completed about seven certificate and diploma programmes (all online) in several subjects of Law. I also have volunteering experience. However, my grades are very ordinary, below average you may say.

It would be very helpful if you could let me know some universities which have easier entry standards but are still reputed. I know I will have to compromise, but I don't want a completely crappy university where I don't learn anything and the degree would have zero value.

Thank you for your time.

Hello,

I am from India and I have completed my graduation in law (LL.B) from the best college in my city (Government Law College, Mumbai) and also have 8 months work experience (will comple a year in June.). During law school, I have completed four internships with reputed firms and corporates. I have completed about seven certificate and diploma programmes (all online) in several subjects of Law. I also have volunteering experience. However, my grades are very ordinary, below average you may say.

It would be very helpful if you could let me know some universities which have easier entry standards but are still reputed. I know I will have to compromise, but I don't want a completely crappy university where I don't learn anything and the degree would have zero value.

Thank you for your time.
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Hello,

I am from India and I have completed my graduation in law (LL.B) from the best college in my city (Government Law College, Mumbai) and also have 8 months work experience (will comple a year in June.). During law school, I have completed four internships with reputed firms and corporates. I have completed about seven certificate and diploma programmes (all online) in several subjects of Law. I also have volunteering experience. However, my grades are very ordinary, below average you may say.

It would be very helpful if you could let me know some universities which have easier entry standards but are still reputed. I know I will have to compromise, but I don't want a completely crappy university where I don't learn anything and the degree would have zero value.

Thank you for your time.


I guess 'ordinary grades' is relative, so what exactly do you mean? I'm not so informed about a lot of these programmes but these are the few reputable universities I know you may get into with 'ordinary' grades: QMUL, Bristol, Cardiff.

<blockquote>Hello,

I am from India and I have completed my graduation in law (LL.B) from the best college in my city (Government Law College, Mumbai) and also have 8 months work experience (will comple a year in June.). During law school, I have completed four internships with reputed firms and corporates. I have completed about seven certificate and diploma programmes (all online) in several subjects of Law. I also have volunteering experience. However, my grades are very ordinary, below average you may say.

It would be very helpful if you could let me know some universities which have easier entry standards but are still reputed. I know I will have to compromise, but I don't want a completely crappy university where I don't learn anything and the degree would have zero value.

Thank you for your time. </blockquote>

I guess 'ordinary grades' is relative, so what exactly do you mean? I'm not so informed about a lot of these programmes but these are the few reputable universities I know you may get into with 'ordinary' grades: QMUL, Bristol, Cardiff.
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