Applications to study law at university see 5% year-on-year fall
The number of candidates applying to study law in the 2011 academic year has fallen by more than 5% on last year, according to figures published by the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). The figures show that only 13,139 applied to study law at the 26 universities that supplied figures to UCAS, after 13,858 applied last year, equating to a drop of 5.2%.
The number of candidates applying to study law in the 2011 academic year has fallen by more than 5% on last year, according to figures published by the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS).
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