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LLB law degrees

Thinking about studying for an LLB law degree?

At The University of Law, we believe our undergraduate students should understand how the law is applied in a real-world context, as well as being challenged academically.

No other law university can match our reputation and commitment to preparing you for a career in the fast moving worlds of law and business.

Making the right choice about where to study your law degree is so important and as the UK’s longest-established specialist provider of legal education with roots dating back to 1876, we can offer:

  • An array of study options, with two or three-year full-time, or four-year part-time LLB programmes (including 100% online) 
  • Tutors who are all qualified lawyers and have extensive experience in practice 
  • An innovative approach to learning that encourages you to think and act like a professional from day one 
  • A high level of support and feedback with an emphasis on maximising your employability prospects and achieving your career aspirations 
  • Seven fully-resourced modern centres around the UK, all in city or campus locations 
  • Connections with hundreds of law firms in the UK and globally, in fact over 30 leading law firms send their trainees exclusively to us 
  • We accept students under the age of 18, if you are 17 when the course starts. (see entry requirements for more detail) 
  • Benefit from ongoing support from a personal tutor who can advise you on a life in practice as a lawyer 
  • Continue your legal education with us after gaining your law degree

Learn more about the benefits of studying at the University of Law 

 

Undergraduate
law degree
entry
requirements

The entry grades or points listed in the tables below are typical and only form part of our assessment of your suitability for the course. Applications are considered holistically and offers are based on both academic qualifications and other information, such as your personal statement and reference.

If your qualification isn't listed or you require further information and advice on our law degree entry requirements, please call our Admissions team on 02031377022 or contact us.

Please note that we do not accept transfer of credits from prior study.

 

Standard requirements

GCE A level

Grades required: 
Three year full-time LLB, three year full-time Law with Business, four-year part-time LLB, i-LLB: BBB

Two-year accelerated LLB: ABB 

Excluded subjects:  
General Studies 

GCSE/standard grade

Subjects & grades required: 

Maths and English Language (grade A-C) or grade 4 or above.  

BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma (formerly BTEC National Award)

Acceptable only if combined with other qualifications     

Grades required: Distinction

BTEC Level 3 Diploma (formerly BTEC National Certificate)

Acceptable only if combined with other qualifications 

Three year full-time LLB, three year full-time Law with Business, four-year part-time LLB, i-LLB: Distinction, Merit

Two-year accelerated LLB: Distinction, Distinction, 

BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma (formerly BTEC National Diploma)

Grades required: Distinction, Distinction, Merit

Welsh Baccalaureate Advanced diploma (core plus options)

Grades required:

Three year full-time LLB, three year full-time Law with Business, four-year part-time LLB, i-LLB: BB at A Level plus grade B in Core

Two-year accelerated LLB: BB at A Level plus grade A in Core

Scottish Higher

Grades required:

Three year full-time LLB, three year full-time Law with Business, four-year part-time LLB, i-LLB: AABB

Two-year accelerated LLB: AAAB

Scottish Advanced Higher

Grades required:

Three year full-time LLB, three year full-time Law with Business, four-year part-time LLB, i-LLB: BBB 

Two-year accelerated LLB: ABB

Irish leaving certificate

Grades required:

Three year full-time LLB, three year full-time Law with Business, four-year part-time LLB, i-LLB: BBBBBB 

Two-year accelerated LLB: AABBBB  

International baccalaureate

Points required:

Three year full-time LLB, three year full-time Law with Business, four-year part-time LLB, i-LLB: 29 points

Two-year accelerated LLB: 31 points

Cambridge Pre-U Diploma

Grades required:

Three year full-time LLB, three year full-time Law with Business, four-year part-time LLB, i-LLB: M2 M2 M2

Two-year accelerated LLB: M1 M1 M2

Access and supporting qualifications

Access to HE

Three year full-time LLB, three year full-time Law with Business, four-year part-time LLB, i-LLB: Pass Diploma (60 credits) with 45 credits at Level 3 including 27 Distinctions.

Two-year accelerated LLB: Pass Diploma (60 credits) with 45 credits at Level 3 including 30 Distinctions.

Certificate of Higher Education

Grades required: 65%+, level 4  

European baccalaureate

Grades required: 75%

HNC

Subjects and grades required: Majority merit level in a relevant subject

HND

Grades required: Majority Merit level

Open University Degree

Grades required: 

Achieve at least 70%/ ‘Pass 2’ outcomes in 60 credits worth of modules 

or 

54%/ ‘Pass 3’ outcomes in 120 credits worth of modules

Foundation Degree  

Grades required: 65% overall and not less than 55% in each module

International Foundation Programmes

Bellerbys: Foundation Programme, Law Pathway and Business with Law Pathway - 65% overall with no less than 55% in any module

CATS: University Foundation Course, ABB

Education First (EF): University Foundation Year, Business or Social Science specialism - 65% overall with no less than 55% in any module

INTO: Foundation in Business, Management and Law - 65% overall with no less than 55% in any module

NCUK: International Foundation Year - 65% overall with no less than 55% in any module

UK Degree

Minimum 2.2 or equivalent

CILEx

Distinction Level 3 Certificate 

We do not accept the CILEx Legal Secretaries Certificate

 

The University accepts students younger than 18, but no younger than 17 years of age at the time of entry. You are required to comply with the University Student under 18 Policy and Protocols.

You are required to complete the relevant under 18's form satisfactorily, providing parental/guardian agreement and details of a UK-based emergency/Next of Kin contact before your place is confirmed.

To see the agreements and forms, please download the Students under 18 years of age Policy  

 

Undergraduate:
Why choose to
study at The
University of Law

 

Professional law degrees for ambitious people

Whether you want your degree to prepare you for a career as a lawyer or to provide you with a solid grounding in a range of other professions such as in business or politics, a law degree is widely regarded as a great starting point.

And now, thanks to The University of Law, here is a range of professional law degrees specifically designed to give you the skills you need to be successful.

Traditional law degrees are about academic learning and legal analysis. They leave professional education to postgraduate programmes and the workplace. At The University of Law, we believe our undergraduate students should understand how the law is applied in a real-world context, as well as being challenged academically.

A unique perspective on law

If you want to learn how the law actually affects people and businesses, and how to use it in the real world – whether as a lawyer or generally in business-  The University of Law is your natural first choice. Law is all we do.

Our law degrees are very different to the traditional LLB. They are based on an innovative approach to learning that combines academic rigour with practical legal skills in a business-like environment. The result is the most relevant and rounded degree-level education available.

Employability and career prospects

Study on a University of Law degree and you’ll get unparalleled support from both your tutor (a qualified lawyer) and our Employability Service team. Whether it’s questions over your career direction, making applications or taking steps to improve your employability and the chances of your success, help is always on hand.

Powerful global connections

We’ve used our connections with the leading global law firms, the ‘new breed’ of emerging legal employers and international training partners, to create law degrees designed, tested and built by experienced legal practitioners. Our tutors are all qualified lawyers who will share their experience of practice, including internationally, with you and give you all the support you need. We’ll help you to find placements and work experience and guide you towards the type of career you’re looking for. And you’ll be working alongside some of the brightest and best law students in the world – like-minded individuals taking the first steps towards successful careers.

A real return on investment in your future

Value for money in higher education has never been more important. So everything you learn will be of practical value to you and you’ll focus on those areas of law which you will use in practice and in your future career.

As well as competitive tuition fees, with a choice of locations around the country, you may be able to reduce your living costs by studying closer to home.

With The University of Law you get unprecedented flexibility to choose when, where and how to study your LLB by selecting from our range of courses to suit your needs. Complete your law degree in just two years if you’re keen to start your career as soon as possible, or the more traditional three years if you want more time to consider your career options and spread the cost of your investment in your future. Alternatively you can choose to study our part-time LLB over four years through a structured programme of online learning combined with attending a University of Law centre. 

Added benefits if you know you definitely want to be a lawyer…
Designed for the new world of law

The way in which legal services are provided and consumed is changing fast. This has brought about a fundamental shift in the role of lawyers in both business and in wider society. Being a modern lawyer is about thinking and reacting commercially and making sound decisions for yourself, your employer and for your clients. In addition, the globalisation of commerce and finance has increased demand for lawyers who can practise in a global context. Many legal issues – human rights, the environment, intellectual property and many corporate transactions – increasingly involve an international element and lawyers often need to understand other legal systems to advise their clients.

Getting you ready for this exciting, new world of law requires a new type of law degree. That’s what we offer all of our degrees will teach you the law in a professional and realistic context – how the law affects people and businesses, and how lawyers think about and use the law to represent their clients’ interests.

Learning to think and act like a lawyer

What will you actually do when you become a lawyer? Well, lawyers work with the law, with people and with businesses. In your career, you might end up helping to tackle environmental problems, or protecting people’s rights of asylum. You might use the law to recover damages when things go wrong, or to help people buy and sell buildings or products.

So, this is the kind of thing you’ll be doing on our LLB. We’ll put you – with your fellow students and your tutor – in real-life scenarios that a young lawyer might face. We’ll be your guide in using the law, legal documents and dealing with clients in these situations. As an example, you could be asked to produce a written guide to sacking an employee correctly and fairly. The guide could then be used by other students, who would advise on whether or not a dismissal was fair. You might debate in class whether new laws aimed at charging companies with homicide are working. And, as it’s just as important to be able to see things from a client’s perspective, you might be asked to role play in a fictional board of directors deciding on how to finance their business and the legal implications of this.

The benefits of our approach

All of this means a collaborative approach to working with your tutors and your fellow students. The best way to learn how to deal with complex legal issues is to start with these simple, but still realistic, situations. So, you’ll learn from real legal documents, practical workshops and informal assessments, with constructive feedback. This way of learning is proven to help retain knowledge over the long term – and it’s much more interesting than being talked at for hours in lectures! The learning methods you’ll use don’t just help you pass exams, they train you to think and act as a lawyer. You’ll develop the skills that law firms actually want – problem solving, analysis, drafting and research – and you won’t waste time learning subjects you’ll never use in practice. It’s this focus on preparing you for life in practice that really sets us apart.

Bringing the law to life…

You need to understand the needs of your clients to be a good lawyer. What’s the client’s problem? What has led to a particular situation and what can you do to help? What are the personal or business interests involved? To help you learn to be a lawyer, you and your fellow LLB students may be presented with a real-life scenario where you’ll have to interview and advise a criminal suspect charged with murder.

Without excellent communication skills you can’t be a good lawyer, whether it be writing to clients or other professionals, drafting documents, advising, presenting a case, negotiating a transaction or interviewing a client. To help you learn to be a lawyer, you and your fellow LLB students might be asked to represent a fictional criminal defendant before the Courts in a sentencing hearing role play.

Lawyers sometimes work alone in representing their clients but also much of the time with other lawyers. You have to be a team player if you want a successful legal career in the modern world of law. To help you learn to be a lawyer, you and your fellow LLB students may be asked to work as a group on a real-life scenario involving dismissing an employee – and making sure it’s done correctly and fairly.

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