Law (final year entry)

LLB Law (Hons)

Key facts

Start dates

September 2023 / September 2024

Course length

Full time: 1 Year Part time: 2 Years (on campus mode: only available to students who do not require a visa to study in the UK).




School of Law


As a final year student on the LLB Law course, you’ll join a dynamic and inclusive environment, and you’ll be taught by leading legal experts.

You’ll experience theoretical and practical learning. You will begin to develop the necessary intellectual and practical legal skills such as:

  • analysis
  • problem-solving
  • legal reasoning.

Helping you to achieve a basic understanding of any branch of English law.

Being on campus there’s the opportunity to network with top law firms, gaining key professional contacts. You can also accelerate your career through our mentoring and pro-bono schemes. The skills you’ll gain in extra curricular mooting and client interviewing will enhance your CV and employment prospects.

Successfully completing the course you’ll all gain an LLB which will set you up for ongoing professional training such as the Bar course for Barristers.

Specific entry requirements

Successful completion of a Law course (of English common law) which is equivalent to the first two years of a UK honours degree (240 credits). Specific units will need to have been studied including: Contract Law, Tort Law, Public Law (covering Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, and Human Rights Law), Criminal Law, and Land Law. To be studied in the final year if not already studied: Equity and Trusts, and European Union Law.