What can you do with a 2.2 law degree?
Some graduates who become paralegals after university go on to secure training contracts. Alternatively, you can take all that legal knowledge and passion for law, and apply it to another career, such as accountancy or insurance, trading standards, advice work, the police force, human resources or health and safety.
What percentage is 2.2 degree?
Lower Second-Class Honours (50-60%): a 2.2 or two-two is the lower level of the second class degree. Third-Class Honours (40-50%): known as a ‘third’ or 3rd, this degree is the lowest honours degree achievable.
How long is a philosophy dissertation?
about 200 to 250 pages
Can you work in a law firm without LPC?
As it stands, the LPC is a requirement for anyone who wants to become a solicitor. But firms will pay for and organise your LPC for you if they have offered you a training contract. Candidates without the LPC aren’t at a disadvantage.
Does your degree certificate have your grade on it?
An official transcript will often have a signature or stamp to certify it, or be sent through a secure electronic sharing system like Digitary. A degree certificate giving just your name and the qualification you received is not equivalent to a transcript, as it does not include detailed grade information.
Can you do masters with 2 2?
Can you do a Master’s with a 2.2? The short answer is yes, absolutely. Many postgraduate courses will even include a 2.2 or above in their Master’s entry requirements. Strictly speaking, you could do a Master’s with a third, or even no degree at all.
Can I do Masters with a 3rd class degree?
Many universities do accept third class and 2.2 degrees for Masters applications. If you are certain that postgraduate study is right for you but aren’t sure you fulfil the academic entry requirements for a Masters, this page can help you increase your chances of being accepted onto a course.