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Law part-time DBS or TUD?

  • 07-02-2021 2:48am
    Registered Users Posts: 3 Davis84
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    I want to study LLB in this year 2021.I will do it part-time. I need to take a decision where will I study DBS or TUD, ex DIT. Thank you for your help.


  • Registered Users Posts: 207 ✭✭ checkcheek
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    Have been looking at doing the same.

    One thing to note is TUD is a level 7 for the 3 years at 2 nights a week, While DBS is a level 8 for the 3 years at 3 nights a wekk

    If you wish to go on to do a masters and the like, youd be better suited with the Level 8 from DBS.

    It is hard to know, but the same time giving a higher award has made me sway towards DBS

  • Registered Users Posts: 3 Davis84
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    However, u can do the level 8 in TUD. It will be 4 years. While DBS is in 3 years. Which one has more good reputation? More students who pass to the bar/or the society of solicitors?