Laws (LLB)

Bachelor's degree

In Whitechapel

£ 2,500 + VAT

Description

  • Typology

    Bachelor's degree

  • Location

    Whitechapel

  • Duration

    3 Years

Description

Learn the International protection of human rights, common law reasoning and institutions

Facilities

Location

Starts

Whitechapel (London)
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12-14 Vallance Road, E1 5HR

Starts

On request

To take into account

Applicants must be at least 18 years of age at the time of registration and must demonstrate that you have reached a level of competence in Mathematics at least equivalent to a pass at GCSE/GCE 'O' Level, at not less than grade C, in a mathematical subject.

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Course programme

Course Title : Bachelor of Laws (LLB)
Awarding Body : University of London External Programme
Duration & hours : 3 years & 21 hrs a week at least
Sessions : September
Fees : £2500/yr ( contact us for special offers )

Entry Requirements

In order to satisfy the entrance requirements for the BSc Information Systems and Management,

  • Applicants must be at least 18 years of age at the time of registration and must demonstrate that you have reached a level of competence in Mathematics at least equivalent to a pass at GCSE/GCE 'O' Level, at not less than grade C, in a mathematical subject.

Applicants should also hold passes in either:

  • two subjects at GCE 'A' Level + at least three further subjects at GCSE or GCE 'O' Level (at not less than grade C or a 'pass' if taken prior to 1975)
  • or three subjects at GCE 'A' Level + one further subject at GCSE or GCE 'O' Level (at not less than grade C)
  • or two subjects at GCE 'A' Level + two further subjects at 'AS' Level.

Note: Applicants with other qualifications not listed above and/or suitable work experience will be considered by the University on an individual basis. There are many other acceptable qualifications (pdf: 6pgs, 91KB), both from the UK and overseas, which the University accepts instead of British 'O' and 'A' Levels.

Course Overview

In a world where degree providers are proliferating, the University of London LLB offers the security of an internationally recognised 'gold standard' established for over 100 years. The University of London was the first to offer a degree in English Law, in the 1890s.

Upon graduation you will be joining a distinguished group of solicitors, barristers and judges around the world who began their careers by obtaining their law degree through the External Programme.

The academic direction of the LLB and Diploma in Law is provided by a Consortium of outstanding University of London Law Schools - Birkbeck, King's, LSE, Queen Mary, School of Oriental and African Studies and UCL.

Modules

LLB

The LLB degree† is offered under four schemes of examination:

Scheme A:

  • 12 subjects taken in 3 parts
  • Study period: 3-8 years

Scheme B:

  • 12 subjects taken in 4 parts
  • Study period: 4-8 years
  • Intended for students who wish to study at a more measured pace. Unless you are studying full time at an institution we strongly advise you to choose Scheme B.

Graduate Entry Route A:

  • 9 subjects taken in 2 parts
  • Study period: 2-8 years

Graduate Entry Route B:

  • 9 subjects taken in 3 parts
  • Study period: 3-8 years
  • Unless you are studying full time at an institution we strongly advise you to choose Graduate Entry Route B.

Scheme A (12 subjects)

Intermediate examination (4 subjects)

  • Criminal law [2650010]
  • Public law [2650020]
  • Common law reasoning and institutions [2650030]
  • Elements of the law of contract [2650040]

Final Examination Part I (4 subjects)

  • Law of tort [2660001]
  • Law of trusts [2660002]
  • Land law [2660003]
  • AND one optional subject

Final Examination Part II (4 subjects)

  • Jurisprudence and legal theory [2670005]
  • AND three optional subjects

Scheme A optional subjects Part I or II

  • Administrative law [2660008]
  • Commercial law [2660017]
  • Criminology [2660025]
  • EU law‡ [2660024]
  • Evidence [2660007]
  • Family law [2660019]
  • Company law [2660021]
  • History of English law [2660012]
  • Labour law [2660018]
  • Public international law [2660013]
  • Introduction to Islamic law [2660028]
  • International protection of human rights [2660029]

Part II only

  • Conflict of laws [2670014]
  • Succession [2670016]
  • Intellectual property [2670026]

Scheme B (12 subjects)

First Year (3 subjects)

  • Any three of the following subjects:
  • Criminal law [2650010]
  • Public law [2650020]
  • Common law reasoning and institutions [2650030]
  • Elements of the law of contract [2650040]

Second Year (3 subjects)

  • The remaining subject from the first Year list year not already taken plus two of the following subjects:
  • Law of tort [2660001]
  • Law of trusts [2660002]
  • Land law [2660003]

Third Year (3 subjects)

  • The remaining subject from the second Year list not already taken plus two optional subjects

Fourth Year (3 subjects)

  • Jurisprudence and legal theory [2670005]
  • AND two optional subjects

Scheme B optional subjects (Third/Fourth Year)

  • Administrative law [2660008]
  • Commercial law [2660017]
  • Criminology [2660025]
  • EU law‡ [2660024]
  • Evidence [2660007]
  • Family law [2660019]
  • Company law [2660021]
  • Conflict of laws [2670014]
  • History of English law [2660012]
  • Labour law [2660018]
  • Public international law [2660013]
  • Succession [2670016]
  • Intellectual property [2670026]
  • Introduction to Islamic law [2660028]
  • International protection of human rights [2660029]

Graduate Entry Route A (9 subjects)

Level 1 (4 subjects)

  • Criminal law [2650010]
  • Public law [2650020]
  • Common law reasoning and institutions [2650030]
  • Elements of the law of contract [2650040]

Final Examination (5 subjects)

  • Law of tort [2660001]
  • Law of trusts [2660002]
  • Land law [2660003]
  • Plus any two of the following subjects:
  • Administrative law [2660008]
  • Commercial law [2660017]
  • Criminology [2660025]
  • EU law‡ [2660024]
  • Evidence [2660007]
  • Family law [2660019]
  • Jurisprudence and legal theory [2670005]
  • Company law [2660021]
  • Conflict of laws [2670014]
  • History of English law [2660012]
  • Labour law [2660018]
  • Public international law [2660013]
  • Succession [2670016]
  • Intellectual property [2670026]
  • Introduction to Islamic law [2660028]
  • International protection of human rights [2660029]

Graduate Entry Route B (9 subjects)
First Year (3 subjects)

  • Any three of the following subjects:
  • Criminal law [2650010]
  • Public law [2650020]
  • Common law reasoning and institutions [2650030]
  • Elements of the law of contract [2650040]

Second Year (3 subjects)

  • The remaining subject from the first Year list not already taken plus two of the following subjects:
  • Law of tort [2660001]
  • Law of trusts [2660002]
  • Land law [2660003]

Third Year (3 subjects)

  • The remaining subject from the second Year list not already taken plus two of the following subjects:
  • Administrative law [2660008]
  • Commercial law [2660017]
  • Criminology [2660025]
  • EU law‡ [2660024]
  • Evidence [2660007]
  • Family law [2660019]
  • Jurisprudence and legal theory [2670005]
  • Company law [2660021]
  • Conflict of laws [2670014]
  • History of English law [2660012]
  • Labour law [2660018]
  • Public international law [2660013]
  • Succession [2670016]
  • Intellectual property [2670026]
  • Introduction to Islamic law [2660028]
  • International protection of human rights [2660029]

Assessment : Written examination & Project/coursework

Laws (LLB)

£ 2,500 + VAT