Number of students starting law courses reaches new high
The number of applicants accepted onto law courses grew to a new high this year, according to research published by admissions service UCAS. The total number starting a law course at university or college in September 2009 increased by 1.2% to 18,394, after the figure passed the 18,000 mark for the first time in 2008. In 2007, the number of applicants for undergraduate law degrees rocketed by 33.6% to a new total of 26,539. Acceptances for those places over the same period grew by 31% from 13,499 to 17,702.
The number of applicants accepted onto law courses grew to a new high this year, according to research published by admissions service UCAS.
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