Women twice as likely as men to apply to study law in the UK, new research finds

News Team, 08/02/2023

Law courses at UK universities have seen a record number of female applicants in the latest annual data, a freedom of information request has revealed.

Over the last three years, female applications to all law courses in the UK have risen by 13 percent. Last year, female applications reached triple figures for the first time ever, with over 100,000 applicants compared to just 50,000 male applicants.

Law courses are also proving popular among 18-2...

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