"Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world."
In June 2024, a newspaper headline read Indian women queue up in droves to pursue education in foreign destinations. According to the news reported in The Economic Times, Foreign education consultants and student loan providers said the male-female student ratio among applicants seeking admission abroad improved to 50:50 in metro cities in 2022, from 70:30 in 2019. In tier II and III towns, this ratio improved to 55:45 from 80:20 during the same period.
Students from India who have successfully completed 12th grade with a minimum of 70% high school scores, fall within the eligible age range of 17-18 years, and aspire to pursue an undergraduate degree in law (LLB) from a foreign country can consider studying in the United Kingdom as the Common Law originated in the UK and is recognised globally.
After completing their LLB In UK, individuals can opt for various career profiles including Barristers, Advocates, Solicitors, Legal Analysts and Legal Researchers.
The average salary of an entry-level barrister starts from 25,000 GBP and as one gain experience the salary can rise in excess of 100,000 GBP.