LLB (Hons) Law with International Relations

Description

Put an international perspective on your legal studies with this popular combination.

As a qualifying law degree, it will still exempt you from the academic stage of qualifying as a solicitor or barrister.

The law doesn’t operate in isolation and in this course you’ll gain valuable insights into the global political context of the law as well as the social and cultural aspects of how the legal system functions.

Three-quarters of the course focuses on law, so you’ll learn how law is made and administered, gain an understanding of the criminal justice system and study key aspects of the civil and criminal law.

Subject area
Law, Criminology, Policing, Investigations.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 14 Sep 2019

Intakes

INTAKE CAMPUS START DATE CLASS SCHEDULE
September 2019 Docklands Campus 30/09/2019 Day classes Monday
Friday

Entry Requirements

-A LEVEL -Must include passes at A2 in at least two subjects – BTEC – Extended Diploma or Diploma -INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE Diploma – with 28 points including a minimum of 15 points at Higher Level

Entry Required Documents

1

International Baccalaureate Diploma (for EU students)

If you are a EU student and you don’t have an International Baccalaureate Diploma, you can still apply with a Level 3 Diploma and relevant work experience

2

Personal Statement

A personal statement is an essay that the student must write to apply to study at the university. Its purpose is to summarise your skills and experience and help you gain a place at your desired course. It must include the name of the university and the name of the course.

You have to mention why are you applying to this particular university and what do you hope to achieve after the course, career wise. A well written personal statement will help you stand out in the crowd and secure you a place at your dream university. You can follow a specific guide to answer to some expected questions, however, you must not mention them in the essay. Have a clear, cursive structure and write a minimum of 250 words.

3

English Certificate

If you don’t have an IELTS certificate or a Functional Skills English Level 2 certificate you will have to take an INTERNAL TEST

4

Copy of ID (National ID or Passport)

You need to upload one of these documents

5

Copy of Transcript of Results

This can be avoided in certain situations. One of our operators will call you to find out if it is mandatory or not.

Assessment Methods

  • INTERNAL ENGLISH TEST if you don’t have an English accredited certificate
  • Academic Interview
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Modules

Year 1
  • Human Rights (core)
  • International Organisation and Global Governance (optional)
  • International Relations Theory Today (optional)
  • Land Law (core)
  • Tort Law (core)
Year 2

  • Constitutional and Administrative Law (core)
  • Contract Law (core)
  • International Studies (core)
  • The Legal System and Legal Methods (core)
Year 3
  • Criminal Law (core)
  • Equity and Trusts (core)
  • European Union Law (core)
  • Politics of Global Powers (core)

Your career

Graduates in Law with International Relations gain skills and knowledge that are high demand from employers across a range of different fields. Many of our students go on to enjoy successful careers as solicitors after completing their legal studies through the Legal Practice Course (LPC) and obtaining a training contract with a law firm. Some become barristers, going on to take the Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) and then obtaining Pupillage in barristers’ chambers. This can lead to a tenancy as a self-employed barrister, or you can practise as an employed barrister.

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