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Queen's University Belfast - Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences LLB in Law
Queen's University Belfast - Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

LLB in Law

Belfast, United Kingdom

3 Years

English

Full time

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GBP 18,800 / per year *

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* England, Scotland or Wales: £9,250 | Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland: £4,710 | EU Other and International: £18,800

Introduction

Law looks at the relationships, interactions and transactions between individuals, government and state at a local, regional, national and international level. With a broad focus and application, the law degree encompasses private and public law alongside wider socio-legal perspectives. You will study key aspects of the law and develop a wide range of transferable skills relevant to your future career trajectory. Our links with the professions, the wide range of additional opportunities within the school and the development of a highly nuanced skill set helps to create highly sought-after graduates.

Law Degree Highlights

Law at QUB is ranked 18th in the UK in Complete University Guide 2021. Law was ranked 5th in the UK for Career Prospects in the Times Good University Guide 2021.

Global Opportunities

  • You will have the opportunity to take part in overseas exchanges with partner universities in Europe, North America and China.
  • There are opportunities to study or work abroad, supported by schemes such as Erasmus and Study USA. This can significantly enhance the employability of students and the global opportunities open to them.

Professional Accreditations

The degree offers students the opportunity to study the modules required for the academic stage of legal qualification. In addition, students are offered the opportunity to explore their interests in the final year with modules offered that allow them to specialise in a particular area or simply receive a more rounded sense of what ‘Law’ is. Many of these modules consider the law and law-like interactions on a local, national and international level.

Internationally Renowned Experts

Students in the School of Law are taught by world-leading experts in the areas of Law, Human Rights, Criminology and Socio-Legal Studies. Our staff have close research links with the professions, government and Civil Society.

Student Experience

Students can join a number of student-led initiatives within the school, including the Law Society, the Alternative Dispute Resolution Society, the Women in Law group and the Street Law project. Other initiatives include the Global Skills Project, LawPod, Queen’s Student Law Journal, Lawyers without Borders, the student magazine ‘The Verdict’ and the Mooting Society.

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