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Department of LAW
LLB University of London International Programme
LLB University of London International Programme

 

Course Description
It is an LLB degree of international standing which has provided the first step on a career route for many thousands of practising lawyers worldwide. This course has been designed to develop a critical awareness of the common law legal tradition and be able to apply analytical and problem-solving skills in a range of legal and non-legal settings. Moreover, the course enhances the key skills of students in terms of communication, information literacy, analysis and argument. The University of London LLB has long been recognised as providing an international ‘gold standard' in legal education.

Learning objectives
The main objective of this course is to learn legal application which is crucial for success. After completion of the programme students would be able to communicate effectively in a matter of law. Moreover, they also learn how to stand back and consider the bigger picture to develop awareness in the context of law, nationally and globally.

 

Level of Qualification : Undergraduate

 

Duration: 3 years

 

Examination
For all courses except the LLB final-year Dissertation option, assessment is entirely by unseen written three-hour examinations at the end of each stage of study. Examinations are held in May/June at local centres as well as in London.

 

Awarding Body: University of London

 

Entry requirements

•  In order to satisfy the entrance requirements for the LLB student must normally be at least 17 years of age at the time of registration

•  Candidates have passes in at least three subjects in GCE 'A' level or equivalent.

•  The English requirement level for this course is B2 (or equivalent). For the UKBA approved list of English language tests, please visit this link: http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/sitecontent/applicationforms/new-approved-english-tests.pdf

 

Papers to be completed

 

Summary of Year One:

 

Your first year is spent studying for four compulsory modules.

 

• Public Law

• Common Law Reasoning

and Institutions

• Elements of the Law of Contract

• Criminal Law

 

Summary of Year Two:

 

In the second and third years a total of four core modules and four optional modules are studied. In Year Two students can choose how many core or optional modules they study, as long as they choose at least two core modules and the number does not exceed four modules in total.

 

Core modules

• Law of Tort

• Land Law

• Law of Trusts

• Jurisprudence

• Optional modules

• Commercial Law

• Company Law

• European Union Law

• Family Law

• Law of Evidence

 

 

Summary of Year Three:

In the third year students need to study for the remaining core modules and any additional optional modules not previously studied. The total

number of modules must not exceed four. * In order to obtain a QLD (Qualifying Law Degree), students must pass EU law and the Study Skills Module.

 

Core modules

• Law of Tort

• Law of Trusts

• Jurisprudence

• Optional modules

• Commercial Law

• Company Law

• European Union Law *

• Family Law

• Law of Evidence

• Study Skills *

 

Progression options:

Students may progress onto-

• LLM

• LPC

• BPTC

 

Career options:

Graduates often go on to work in a number of fields but the majority of graduates pursue a career in law.

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