LLB Degree – Standard and Graduate Entry

Starts from:Wed, December 12, 2018
Campus Location

Course Feature
Class Description
Want create site? With Free visual composer you can do it easy.

The University of London LLB under the International Programmes can be studied under two entry points, ‘Standard Entry’ and ‘Graduate Entry’. Students have up to eight years to complete their degree and may take, for example, two years to complete the first year.

Students who are able to study full time often complete their degree in the minimum time suggested. However, most students studying by themselves take four or five years to complete their studies. The maximum time allowed is eight years.

If you have suitable qualifications, you may be eligible for exemption from the whole or individual subjects of the Level 4 examinations for the Standard Entry.

Examinations

The examination for each individual subject of the LLB is a three-hour unseen written paper. No coursework is set or marked by the University of London.

Year 1 for new students in 2015

The modules at Level 4 for all new students will be the same whether you take the Standard Entry or Graduate Entry. Students will be able to choose a minimum of one module (30 credits) and a maximum of four modules (120 credits). CLRI will be compulsory in the first year of study.

Univeristy of London - Year 1

Once they have passed 60 credits (two modules) at Level 4 students will have to decide whether or not they want a Qualifying Law Degree (QLD); this will determine their progression.


Standard Entry

The modules at Levels 5 and 6 in 2015-2016 for Standard Entry are set out below. For 2015-2016 only Tort will be at Level 5; other Level 5 modules will follow from 2016-2017.

University of London LLB Standard Entry

General rule for all Standard Entry Students

Qualifying Law Degree (QLD)

– You must be registered for a minimum of 30 credits and a maximum of 120 credits at each level of study.
– On first registration, you must register to study Commmon Law Reasoning and Institutions.
– If you have completed the University of London Certificate of Higher Education in Common Law you may be awarded credit and progress directly to Level 5 and 6.
You must complete at least 60 credits at Level 4, including Common Law Reasoning and Institutions before progressing to Level 5.

To progress to Level 5 and 6:
– You must be concurrently registered for any remaining Level 4 modules.
– To register for any optional modules you must have passed all Level 4 modules and have passed or be concurrently registered for Tort Law at Level 5 and at least one other core or compulsory module at Level 6.

Dissertation:
– Only available to students who wish to obtain a qualifying law degree, as indicated by concurrent registration for EU law.

Non-Qualifying Law Degree (Non-QLD)

– You must be registered for a minimum of 30 credits and a maximum of 120 credits at each level of study.
– On the first registration, you must register to study Commmon Law Reasoning and Institutions.
– If you have completed the University of London Certificate of Higher Education in Common Law you may be awarded credit and progress directly to Level 5 and 6.
You must complete at least 60 credits at Level 4, including Common Law Reasoning and Institutions before progressing to Level 5.

To progress to Level 5 and 6:
– You must be concurrently registered for any remaining Level 4 modules.
– To register for any optional modules you must have passed all Level 4 modules and have passed or be concurrently registered for Tort Law at Level 5.

Dissertation:
– No dissertation option.


Graduate Entry

The modules at Levels 5 and 6 in 2015-2016 for Standard Entry are set out below. For 2015-2016 only Tort will be at Level 5; other Level 5 modules will follow from 2016-2017.

University of London LLB Graduate Entry

General rule for all Graduate Entry Students

Qualifying Law Degree (QLD)

– You must be registered for a minimum of 30 credits and a maximum of 120 credits at each level of study. The maximum number of credits you may be registered for in any subsequent year is 150 credits.
– You must register to study Commmon Law Reasoning and Institutions when you begin your studies.
– Credit transfer or recognition of prior learning is not permitted for Graduate Entry.
You must complete at least 60 credits at Level 4, including Common Law Reasoning and Institutions before progressing to Level 5.

To progress to Level 5 and 6:
– You must be concurrently registered for any remaining Level 4 modules.
– To register for any optional modules you must have passed all Level 4 modules and have passed or be concurrently registered for Tort Law at Level 5 and at least one other core module at Level 6.

Dissertation:
– Only available to students who wish to obtain a qualifying law degree, as indicated by concurrent registration for EU law.

Non-Qualifying Law Degree (Non-QLD)

– You must be registered for a minimum of 30 credits and a maximum of 120 credits at each level of study.
– You must register to study Commmon Law Reasoning and Institutions when you begin your studies.
– Credit transfer or recognition of prior learning is not permitted for Graduate Entry.
You must complete at least 60 credits at Level 4, including Common Law Reasoning and Institutions before progressing to Level 5.

To progress to Level 5 and 6:
– You must be concurrently registered for any remaining Level 4 modules.
– To register for any optional modules you must have passed all Level 4 modules and have passed or be concurrently registered for Tort Law at Level 5.

Dissertation:
– No dissertation option.

Entrance Requirements


In order to be accepted for one of the degrees, you must:

•1.     Normally* be aged 17 years old or above;

•2.     Satisfy the University’s General Entrance Requirements;

•3.     Satisfy the course requirements for the degree; and

•4.     Have fluent comprehension and written skills in English.

* Applications will be considered from applicants who do not meet the normal minimum age requirement for admission. Each application will be considered on an individual basis, and the decission taken at the discretion of the University of London.

Applicants who wish to apply to take a degree as an International Programmes student often present a wide range of qualifications. If you have taken British GCSE/GCE ‘O’ Levels and ‘A’ Levels, the general entrance requirements and the specific degree requirements are shown below. Other qualifications may be acceptable for admission.

 

General Entry Requirements

Either passes in:

Two subjects at GCE ‘A’ Level +

At least three further subjects at GCSE or GCE ‘O’ Level (at not less than grade C or a ‘pass’ if taken prior to 1975)

Or,  Three subjects at GCE ‘A’ Level + one further subject at GCSE or GCE ‘O’ Level (at not less than grade C)

Or,  Two subjects at GCE ‘A’ Level + two further subjects at ‘AS’ Level.


Note:

•a.     In all instances where ‘A’ Level examinations are specified, two ‘AS’ Level examinations can be accepted as equivalent to one ‘A’ Level.

•b.    The same subject may only be offered once and at one level

Graduate Entry to the LLB

If you already hold a full first degree by examination awarded by an institution acceptable to the University of London and are not eligible for exemption from the Intermediate examination, you will be automatically considered, when you apply for the Graduate Entry Routes (Please note that this only applies to the LLB degree).

The following will be considered for graduate entry:

•· Applicants holding a full first degree from a university in the United Kingdom or another European country, or in Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Israel, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, Sri Lanka, South Africa or the West Indies.

•· Applicants holding a full first degree from a regionally accredited institution in the USA .

•· Applicants holding a full first degree from an Indian Institute of Technology, a four-year full-time first degree received from a recognised university or a three-year full-time first degree from a limited number of acceptable universities in India .

•·   Applicants with other degrees not listed above should submit their application for consideration. Professional qualifications cannot be considered for graduate entry.

Special Admissions

The University of London International Programmes have a Special Admissions Panel that may consider an application from you. Please see the University of London International Programmes’ Prospectus for full details.

Did you find apk for android? You can find new Free Android Games and apps.