Study Bachelor of Laws at a UK University
Introduction to Bachelor of Laws
Universities across the UK offer law courses at undergraduate and postgraduate level. Whether you are looking to do the three-year undergraduate LLB, postgraduate LLM, or are a graduate in a non-law discipline looking to take the conversion course, SI-UK can advise you on your options.
Law programmes provide a comprehensive and critical understanding of core legal principles and institutions. You can take a course to combine law with another subject such as business studies, civil engineering, economics, politics and software engineering and you can also study it together with a foreign language. Law also encourages analysing within its broader social, economic, political, cultural, and international settings.
Bachelor of Laws Careers
There are numerous areas a law graduate can move into upon completion of their study:
- Financial Law
- Telecommunication Law
- International Business Law
- Business Law
- Environmental Law
- Medical Law
- Computer and Communication Law
- Philosophy and Law
- Law and Politics
- Economics and Law
- Banking Law
- Commercial Law
- Sports Law
Bachelor of Laws Entry Requirements
Students will need high initial grades to study law at undergraduate level. Three A-levels are a must, alongside top grades in both English and Maths. For international students wishing to study Law at undergraduate level, an IELTS score of no less than 6.5 across all four categories - reading, writing, speaking and listening – with an overall 7.0 score generally required at most universities.
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UK universities having Indian Bar Council accreditation
There are 35 UK universities having LLB degrees recognised by the Bar Council of India. Following is the list of some popular universities.
1. University of Northampton
The three year LLB course and its joint Honours in Law by the university has been approved by the Indian Bar Council. This will allow Indian students to work and practise as an advocate in India once their undergraduate degree is completed at Northampton.
Where can I study Bachelor of Laws in the UK?
To learn more about some of the best Law universities in the UK, please see below:
- University College London
- University of Oxford
- University of Law
- London School of Economics
- University of Cambridge
- University of York
- Queen Mary University
- Kings College London
- Queen’s University Belfast
- University of Nottingham
- Newcastle University
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