How long is an undergraduate course in the UK?
FAQs / How long is an undergraduate course in the UK?
Most of the undergraduate courses that you’re likely to come across in the UK are around three-years-long. That’s not to say that they don’t differ. Some courses can be shorter (Although this is somewhat rare) and some courses can last longer, depending on the difficulty of the course. For instance, a Law course can last anywhere between four and seven years, depending on how long you choose to study for. However, in Scotland, the average time to complete an undergraduate degree, is four years, but this too can change.
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