University of Buckingham

LLB Law with English Language Studies

University of Buckingham
In Buckingham

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Location Buckingham
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Combining law with studies in another subject can be an excellent way to develop knowledge and skills that will not only make you a better lawyer but, should you not be interested in a legal career, can act as an excellent foundation for careers in other areas, such as banking, the civil service and management. It also allows you to introduce variety into your studies, as well as contextualising your legal knowledge within a business, political or cultural context. Other subjects can also reinforce your legal knowledge, for example business studies deepening understanding of company law and political studies improving understanding of constitutional and administrative law.
The Law with English Language Studies degree is completed in two four-term years (or in two years and three months for September entrants) and will help you to become a confident, competent lawyer, able to practise almost anywhere in the world. Law with English Language Studies is an English ‘qualifying law degree’.

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Buckingham (Buckinghamshire)
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Hunter Street, MK18 1EG


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5.0 22/04/2019
About the course: I am satisfied with my university experience. The university has small classes, small departments which allows every student to understand things more clearly. The staff is always there to help
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What you'll learn on the course

English Language
Contract Law
Company Law
IT Law
Administrative Law
Communication Training
Service Management
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Course programme

The English Language Studies minor is taken by students for whom English is a second language in their home country (such as Nigeria or Singapore). It consists of modules which focus on a range of English language studies perspectives (e.g. Diversity and Change in English, or Language, Society and Power); some modules also provide opportunities for students to improve their English for academic purposes (e.g. English Composition).With an English ‘qualifying law degree’ from Buckingham you will be recognised by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (formerly the Law Society) and the Bar Standards Board as qualified to be exempt from the academic stage of training for entry into the legal profession. Every LLB programme at Buckingham (whether single honours or combined honours) provides our graduates with this qualification. Some countries have additional requirements and if you are an overseas student you should confirm exactly what subjects you must take in order to qualify for your jurisdiction. We can usually accommodate these requirements.As a result of studying for the Buckingham LLB you will become proficient in written and oral presentation, perfect your research techniques and learn to solve problems in a logical and structured way.A second class honours degree or better guarantees you a place on our LLM programme in International and Commercial Law, increasing your specialist knowledge and enabling you to acquire two degrees in only three years.Modules available on this courseLaw modules
  • Constitutional and Administrative Law
  • Contemporary Issues in Human Rights (September entry)
  • Criminal Law
  • Criminology / Criminal Justice (September entry)
  • Employment Law (September entry)
  • European Union Law 1
  • European Union Law 2
  • Family Law (September entry)
  • Introduction to Legal Studies
  • Jurisprudence (September entry)
  • Land Law
  • Law of Contract
  • Law of Evidence (September entry)
  • Law of Torts
  • Law of Trusts
  • Legal Skills and Procedure
  • English Language Studies
  • Change in English
  • Discourse and Debate
  • Diversity in English
  • English Composition
  • Global Communication
  • Intercultural Communication
  • Language and Power
  • Language and Society
  • Full course information in the University Handbook

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