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Interested about studying law in the UK? Step into our interview with the Tina Huan who just graduated with distinction LLM at University of Bristol.
The University of Bristol has had a reputation for innovation since its founding in 1876. It was the first institute of higher education in the country to admit women on an equal basis with men and in 1946 established the UK's first university drama department.
More recently, the University has influenced many aspects of our lives through life-changing research in areas such as cot death prevention and 3G mobile technology innovation.
The University is in the heart of the historic and buzzing city of Bristol, with its shops, restaurants, bars, cinemas, theatres, parks, museums, galleries and harbourside. The city also has a laid-back feel that students love. Bristol is also a popular tourist destination: the countryside surrounding Bristol is beautiful and easily accessible, and the coastline is close at hand.
21 July 2011 edition of Times Higher Education reported that Bristol was fifth in a UK league table for the highest proportion of students with A-level grades AAB or better.
Students want to apply taught Master's programmes normally require a First Class or high Upper Second Class UK honours degree, or its foreign equivalent.