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This blog was contributed by Calvin Chong, a University of London Undergraduate Laws student who is based in Hong Kong, providing advice to students studying
This post has been contributed by Dr Yvonne Jacobs Associate Director: Assessments and Student Lifecycle, Undergraduate Laws. Congratulations to Ahalya Lelwala on obtaining a First Class degree
This year the Undergraduate Laws Programme made fifteen first class awards – the highest number we’ve ever made!
Topping the league is Pakistan with seven firsts. Entering the league for the first time is Sierra Leone and, returning to the league for the first time in a decade, is Bangladesh with three firsts. The United Kingdom also has three firsts this year, and all three of them studied at New College of the Humanities.
This post is contributed by Charlotte Crilly, Teaching Fellow for the Undergraduate Laws Programme. With the recent withdrawal of South Africa, Burundi and Gambia from
We have ten first class awards this year. In terms of countries, Sri Lanka, Malaysia and Pakistan are all joint equal; each with three firsts.