Universities announce law Clearing places as A level results released

Universities including Birmingham, Cardiff and Liverpool have announced that they have places available through Clearing.

The University of Birmingham has places on all of its LLB variants, including law with French, law with German and law with business studies. Cardiff University is offering Welsh with law while the University of Liverpool has places on its straight LLB course as well as places on law with accounting and financing and law with criminology or philosophy.

Queen’s University Belfast and the University of Sussex are among the institutions offering places through Clearing to international students, with Queen’s offering degrees in common and civil law with a language and Sussex offering law with American studies or international relations.

For more on what to do if you need to go through Clearing or Adjustment, plus details of law courses with confirmed vacancies, visit the links below.

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