Number of students on law courses drops for first time in three years
The number of students accepted onto law courses this year saw a slight dip for the first time in three years, according to new research by admissions service UCAS. The total number of students starting a law course at university or college in September 2010 fell by 2.6% to 16,890, down from the 2009 high point of 17,346. The figure had risen steadily until this year, with the number of students accepted onto law courses this year now up around 13% on 2006's figure.
The number of students accepted onto law courses this year saw a slight dip for the first time in three years, according to new research by admissions service UCAS.
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