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Can I get into university using an access course as an entry requirment?

I am doing an access course at a local university for one year in order to get UCAS points would this be able to get me into some universities to study law? I would like to go to the University of Glasgow preferably.
Answered by Alison Patterson
Check the University of Glasgow website for admissions to the Law undergraduate degree. See if they accept students with access course qualifications. You can also find some information on the UCAS website at

Click on the Entry Requirements tab.

Write to the Admissions tutor. You should not waste a UCAS choice by applying to a university whose entry requirements you don't fulfil. So it is very important that you are sure whether you will qualify. You will also have to complete the LNAT.

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