What is a 2.1 degree or Australian equivalent?

What is a 2.1 degree or Australian equivalent?

What is a 2.1 degree or Australian equivalent?

Originally Answered: What is a 2:1 Honours degree and the Australian equivalent? A 2:1 Honours degree is shorthand for Upper Second Class Honours. It refers to the level of achievement in an undergraduate (Bachelor’s) degree (usually requiring 60-69% for the cumulative grade).

Do law firms care about A levels?

Baker McKenzie: “As with GCSE grades, A-Level grades form part of the selection criteria for many firms. We look for around 340 UCAS points as a benchmark and use a contextualised recruitment system to understand each candidate’s achievements in the context in which they have been gained.

What jobs can I apply for with a degree?

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  • Human Resources (HR)
  • Accountancy.
  • Marketing and advertising.
  • Investment banking.
  • Management consultancy.
  • Teaching.
  • Public relations (PR)
  • Hospitality and travel management.

What percentage is a 2.1 UK?

Second Class Honours; Upper division (2:1, 2i or II-1) – typically 60–69% Lower division (2:2, 2ii or II-2) – typically 50–59%

What is a 2 1 law?

Upper Second Class Honours The upper second class degree is the most common degree qualification (50% of full time students graduating in 2013/14 did so with a 2:1) and has been for some years.

Is a 2.2 degree an Honours degree?

A 2.2 is still an honours degree with recipients getting between 50 and 59 per cent. Below that is a third-class or a pass if you manage to get more than 40 per cent. Some 16 per cent of DCU’s graduates got first-class honours last year while a huge 55 per cent managed a 2.1.

What is a 2.1 degree in GPA USA?

I would say that a 2.1 is between 3.0 and 3.7, as I have come across unis who ask for GPA of 3.0 and other unis like St.

What can I do with a 2 2 law degree?

Some graduates who become paralegals after university go on to secure training contracts. Alternatively, you can take all that legal knowledge and passion for law, and apply it to another career, such as accountancy or insurance, trading standards, advice work, the police force, human resources or health and safety.

What is a 2 1 percentage?

First-Class Honours (First or 1st) (70% and above) Upper Second-Class Honours (2:1, 2. i) (60-70%) Lower Second-Class Honours (2:2, 2.