If you are interested in achieving an internationally recognised qualification in law, on a programme that offers high standards and flexible study options, then you need look no further than the University of London Undergraduate Laws Programme.
The Laws Programme is committed to:
• Offering expert guidance. Our study materials are informed by current research and scholarship and engage with contemporary legal issues. Students are offered the opportunity not only to know the law but to understand it.
• Providing a wealth of resources. With our Online Library and Laws Virtual Learning Environment (VLE), you will have a resource-rich learning environment in which to develop your legal research skills.
• Promoting independent learning. Through the guidance provided in your study materials we will support you in developing your capacity to manage your own learning.
By studying with us you will:
• Acquire knowledge and understanding of the foundation subjects of common law.
• Learn to analyse and critically evaluate legal and relevant non-legal primary and secondary materials.
• Learn how to stand back and consider the ‘bigger picture’, and develop an awareness of the context of law.
• Develop transferable skills of research, problem solving and communication. For further information about what to expect when undertaking a module on the Undergraduate Laws Programme please visit our website: londoninternational.ac.uk/llb
For those studying at undergraduate level for the first time:
Standard Entry LLB
• Complete twelve modules in a minimum of three years and a maximum of six. For those who already have a three-year undergraduate degree:
Graduate Entry LLB
• Complete nine modules in a minimum of
two years and a maximum of six.
For programme structure and more information, click on the "Enquiry" button.
Please enquire below for course fees and financial grants: