Our Law with a Language LLB programmes were amongst the first of their kind to be established in the UK and build upon our reputation as the UK's European University.
The degrees enables students to continue their study of the a European language whilst obtaining a fully qualifying English law degree. Law with a Language does not contain a year abroad, with students completing their degree in three years rather than four.
Students studying the Spanish have the opportunity to spend one month on an intensive Spanish course in Bilbao if required.
- A Critical Introduction to Law
- Public Law I*
- Introduction to Obligations*
- Foundations of Property*
- Post A Level Language
Beginners Spanish also available for students on the Spanish pathway.
Stages Two and Three
Stages two and three is a combination of language modules and law modules, usually comprising three quarters legal modules and one quarter language modules.
The core exemption modules to be taken over stage two and three are:
- The Law of Obligations*
- Land Law*
- Public Law II*
- European Union Law*
- Criminal Law* (if not taken in stage I)
Students then choose their remaining modules from the range of optional modules that we offer.
*required for professional recognition
Standard Entry Requirements
- A levels: AAB (AAA for M104)
- International Baccalaureate: IB Diploma with 33 points overall, or 17 points at Higher level
- BTEC Diploma: Distinction, Distinction, Distinction
We are also pleased to welcome applicants with a variety of international and domestic qualifications – please contact us for more information.
We also offer a 'senior status', two year LLB for non-law graduates, and generally require applicants to the programme to have a good first degree at B-/2.1 level or above – please contact us for more information.
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Last updated August 31, 2015