Law is the third most popular subject area international students choose to study in the UK, with LLB (undergraduate) and LLM (postgraduate) being offered at almost all universities.
Law can also be studied as a combination with another subject or foreign language, while conversion courses are also available if you decide you want to change the direction of your current education path.
What does a Law programme include?
Law programmes offers guidance in law to acquire the knowledge and understanding of the foundation subjects of common law and developing a critical awareness as well as learning of analytical evaluation of the contemporary legal issues.
It provides a wealth of knowledge by giving you an insight into the comprehensive legal system in a broad spectrum of social, economic, political, cultural, and international settings.
Why study Law in the UK?
- English Law is the prime selector for international business
- One-third of the global population have legal system perceived in English Law
- Four of the world’s top 10 law firms are based in the UK
- 35 UK Universities providing Law Graduation Degree are recognised by the Bar Council of India allowing Indian students to work and practise as an advocate in India once their undergraduate degree is completed
What will you learn
- Learn comprehensive Contents of Law & Legal Analysis
- Gain experience in the areas of argumentation and negotiation
- Practice skills of thinking, analysis and written and verbal presentation of the ideas of arguments
- Gain valuable real world experience of Mock courtrooms and mooting
- Enhance key skills of communication, information literacy, teamwork, interpretation and explanation of complex subject and ability to draft formal documents
- Three A levels along with top grades in English and Maths both
- IELTS Requirements: Score no less than 6.5 across all four categories- reading, writing, speaking and listening with an overall of 7.0
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Law opens up various options not only in legal profession but also vast range of career opportunities in many other fields. After graduating from Law, you can unearth positions in criminology, journalism, politics, accountancy, police work, human resources, economics, banking, telecommunications, the civil services and many more.
Where you can study Law in UK?
These are top 25 UK Universities where you can study Law:
- University of Cambridge
- University of Oxford
- University of Durham
- University of Leeds
- University of Bristol
- University of Kent
- University of Nottingham
- Queen Mary University of London
- University of East Anglia
- University of Buckingham
- University of Warwick
- University of Birmingham
- University of Bangor
- Swansea University
- University of Southampton
- University of Sheffield
- University of Lancaster
- University of Liverpool
- University of Northumbria
- University of Manchester
- University of Leicester
- University of Hull
- University of Central Lancashire
- Brunel University London
- City University London
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