LLB (Hons)

(3 Years)

Course Objectives

This law degree lets students focus on applying knowledge in practice, using real-world legal scenarios. It gives students the knowledge, tools and experience that will ready them for a rewarding career as a legal professional. All modules are taught with reference to current legal practice, by experts in the fi eld, in order to ensure students are up-to-date with all ongoing changes in the profession.

As students work towards attaining their LLB degree, they will develop a thorough understanding of the complexities of the legal system. They also develop key skills to help them navigate their new career.

We aim to give students a well-rounded education in all aspects of the law, so they will experience:
  • close interaction with teaching staff
  • learning support as an integral element of modules
  • focus on employability skills, including presenting, mooting, advocacy, and research
  • ln addition, they will have the chance to learn from the wisdom and experience of leading guest speakers, including academics, barristers, judges and solicitors. Their expertise will raise students’ awareness of how the law operates in the real world.

Study & Career Progression

You could go on to work as a:
  • barrister
  • chartered legal executive (England and Wales)
  • paralegal
  • solicitor

Facts and achievements

  • University of the Year for Student Experience and University of the Year for Teaching Qualityin The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2023
  • Number 32 out of 121 universities nationwide in The Guardian University Guide 2024.
  • Ranked 1st in London, 3rd in England and 4th in the UK in the National Student Survey 2023*.
  • University of the Year for Social Inclusion in the Daily Mail University Guide 2024
  • Employability – Our career-focused courses will allow to immerse yourself in your chosen career before you even graduate.
  • Diversity – We have one of the most diverse student populations in the country.

    *Average of all questions, excluding Specialists

Admission Requirements

- Recognised Secondary School Leaving Certificate with minimum grade 15/20

- English competency i.e. IELTS 5.5 or 15/20 in the English subject of the High School Leaving Certificate or equivalent


3 years


Recognised by UK NARIC and KYSATS.

Strategic Partners

The Strategic Partners represent companies which are global leaders in their respective fi elds and they shall offer as strategic partners among others:

  • Guest Lecturing
  • Material to students/lecturers
  • Awards for Top-Performing students
  • Internship and Work Opportunities
  • Consulting Projects

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