These are the unis to study law at if you want to be minted

Because obviously people get competitive about law schools


Sorry to break it to you, but if you're studying English or Philosophy or whatever, there's no pot of gold.

Law, on the other hand. Well, for the low low price of one human soul, you will be rewarded handsomely. In fact, you could be raking in up to £60k just five years after graduating.

Law nerds Legal Cheek have ranked the UK's best and brightest law schools by the median earnings of law grads five years after graduating.

Pretend to be shocked: Oxford and Cambridge top the table, with their grads getting over £50k on average.

In a Champions League-places upset, west country minnows Bristol beat Durham, UCL, York, and Warwick into fourth place.

Read the full rankings below and cry at your earning prospects:

1: Oxford – £67,000

2: Cambridge – £58,500

3: LSE – £44,700

4: Bristol – £42,900

5: Durham – £42,100

6: Nottingham – £41,800

7: Warwick – £41,500

8: KCL – £39,300

9: UCL – £37,500

10: York – £36,400

11: Glasgow – £35,100

12: Edinburgh – £35,000

13: Exeter – £34,700

14: Reading – £34,200

15: Aberdeen – £33,500

16: Leeds – £33,200

17: Manchester – £32,800

18: Southampton – £32,400

19: Birkbeck – £32,100

20: Newcastle – £31,900

21: East Anglia – £31,700

22: SOAS – £31,100

23: Strathclyde – £31,000

24: Buckingham – £30,800

25: Sussex – £30,100

26: Queen Mary – £29,800

27: Robert Gordon – £29,800

28: City – £29,400

29: Leicester – £29,400

30 Brunel – £29,100

31: Dundee – £29,100

32: Roehampton – £28,900

33: Surrey – £28,800

34: Oxford Brookes – £28,300

35: Birmingham – £28,300

36: Cardiff – £27,700

37: Kingston – £27,400

38: Open University – £27,200

39: Bournemouth – £27,100

40: Kent – £27,000

41: Sheffield – £26,700

42: Brighton – £26,500

43: Westminster – £26,200

44: Canterbury Christ Church – £26,100

45: Glasgow Caledonian – £26,000

46: Portsmouth – £25,600

47: Edinburgh Napier – £25,200

48: Essex – £25,100

49: Lancaster – £24,900

50: Cumbria – £24,900

51: Liverpool – £24,800

52: Stirling – £24,800

53: Buckinghamshire New – £24,700

54: Nottingham Trent – £24,700

55: Greenwich – £24,300

56: Northumbria – £24,000

57: West of England – £24,000

58: St Mary’s – £23,800

59: Chester – £23,400

60: Staffordshire – £23,100

61: Hertfordshire – £23,100

62: Hull – £23,100

63: Anglia Ruskin – £23,000

64: Gloucestershire – £23,000

65: Plymouth – £23,000

66: London South Bank – £22,900

67: Southampton Solent – £22,900

68: Salford – £22,900

69: Keele – £22,800

70: Abertay Dundee – £22,800

71: Winchester – £22,700

72: Coventry – £22,500

73: Sheffield Hallam – £22,500

74: West of Scotland – £22,500

75: Bangor – £22,400

76: Croydon College – £22,300

77: Leeds Beckett – £22,200

78: Liverpool John Moores – £22,200

79: West London – £22,100

80: De Montfort – £22,000

81: Manchester Metropolitan – £21,900

82: Aberystwyth – £21,900

83: Middlesex – £21,500

84: Swansea – £21,500

85: South Wales – £21,500

86: Sunderland – £21,400

87: Northampton – £21,300

88: Birmingham City – £21,300

89: Lincoln – £21,200

90: Derby – £21,100

91: East London – £20,800

92:Bedfordshire – £20,600

93: Teesside – £20,500

94: London Metropolitan – £20,300

95: Edge Hill – £20,100

96: Central Lancashire – £19,900

97: Huddersfield – £19,900

98: Wolverhampton – £19,200

99:Bradford – £19,000

100: Bolton – £18,500

101: Bradford College – £17,800

102: Blackburn College – £14,900

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