Duration

3 years (Full-time)

Starting Date

September 2024

Tuition Fee

UK – £9,250 per annum
International – £17,550 per annum (London)
International – £16,700
per annum (non-London)

Location

Birmingham, London Bloomsbury, Manchester

About the course

As well as enabling you to progress to the next stage of legal training as a solicitor or barrister, it’s also a great choice if you want to move into a career outside of the legal sector as you’ll study a range of business modules that will make you employment ready. A practical focus with real-world application of the law and business with employability embedded into the course. For students who wish to do a three-year law degree with a practical focus, but wish to keep their options open for a career in the legal or wider business world.

In the 2021 National Student Survey, The University of Law has been ranked first amongst universities in England for the category of ‘teaching on my course’. We have an overall 5 Star rating from QS World University Rankings and 5 stars in Teaching, Employability, Online Learning, Academic Development and Inclusiveness.

Entry Requirements

  • BBB at A Level and Grade C/4 or above in GCSE English Language, or equivalent qualifications.
  • Students who will be under the age of 18 but no younger than 17 at the commencement of the course are permitted.

International entry requirements:

  • An English language level equivalent to IELTS 6.5 or above with a minimum of 6.0 in each component.

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