Rumor: Ashworth to offer Bachelors Degrees in September?

Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by Gail, Jul 30, 2007.

  1. worthingco

    worthingco New Member

    Here are some other LLB distance alternatives:

    Costs for the above-noted degree programs will vary as will the level of student support.

    Caveat: Your wife should check with the relevant law society, bar or other governing/regulatory body where she intends to apply/practice before enrolling in any of these programs.
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  2. novemberdude

    novemberdude New Member

    I'm in the Northumbria LLB, entering my final year. I'm very pleased with the school and the cost is not bad, GBP 900 per year (3 modules). For those already holding a degree 9 modules are required, for those without it's 12 modules, so GBP 2700 or GBP 3600 (subject to any fee increases since I started) for the degree. That's plus books, plus local exam fees. University of Huddersfield is more expensive but includes books and exam fees, at least last time I checked (about a year ago).

    Worthingco - you and I have talked about U of London before - how's the LLB going? And the AJU MBA?
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  3. sentinel

    sentinel New Member

    Apparently, Southwestern College accepts nationally accredited credits into their regionally accredited undergraduate degree programmes.

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