|Study location||United Kingdom, Birmingham|
|Type||Bachelor courses, full-time|
|Nominal duration||3 years|
|Tuition fee||To be confirmed|
High school / secondary education (or higher)
We prefer applications from students offering at least two A levels from our list of preferred subjects:
Accounting, Ancient History, Anthropology, Archaeology, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Classical Civilisation, Computing, Drama and Theatre Studies, Economics, English Language, English Language and Literature, English Literature, Environmental Science, Environmental Studies, Further Mathematics, Geography, Geology, Government and Politics, History, History of Art, Human Biology, Law, Mathematics, Medieval History, Modern or Classical Languages, Music, Philosophy, Physics, Psychology, Religious Studies, Sociology, Statistics, World Development
We are happy to accept any subject as the third A level (excluding General Studies and Critical Thinking). If you are not studying an A level combination that includes two of these subjects, please contact the Law School.
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
IELTS: 7.0 overall (with no less than 6.5 in any band)
At least 1 reference(s) must be provided.
A motivation letter must be added to your application.
There are close connections between the law and modern business enterprise. Lawyers acting for commercial clients can benefit from an understanding of organisations, their management and the way they structure their activities. People in business can benefit from a sound knowledge of the law.
This popular programme gives you a thorough grounding in English law and the disciplines and constraints it imposes on business practice, opening up career opportunities across many diverse areas.
Birmingham Law School is the most established law school in one of the largest legal communities in the country. For almost 100 years we have made a major contribution to teaching and scholarship, and you’ll learn from academics who are leaders in their fields and the authors of many key works used by practitioners today.
The University of Birmingham is ranked in the Top 100 in the QS World University Rankings 2018 for Law.
The compulsory law modules you will study in your first year are:
Legal Skills and Methods
Law of Contract
You will also study Business Studies modules (Introduction to Financial Analysis, Business Organisation and Management, Introduction to Marketing and Introduction to Economics).
In your second year you’ll take compulsory law modules in:
Law of Torts
Legal Foundations of the European Union
Legal Communication and Writing
Law in Action II
You will also study Business Studies modules (Financial Decision Making, International Economy, Human Resource Management and Global Marketing).
You can apply to study abroad for a year in an approved university around the world. If you achieve a grade of 2.1 or above in your first year then you will be invited to apply for a Year Abroad in your second year. If your application is successful, you will go abroad in your third year and return to us for your final year. Find out more.
In the final year you will choose 4 optional law modules from those available to all final-year LLB students. You will also study compulsory Business Studies modules in Strategic Management, Supply Chain Management, Innovation Management and Corporate Finance.
Optional modules from Birmingham Law School may include:
Advanced EU Law
Advanced Law of Torts
Banking and Financial Services Law
Canadian Constitutional Law
Comparative Public Law
Counter Terrorism Law
Dissertation on a prescribed legal topic
Employment Law in Practice
Gender and Law
Human Rights and Criminal Justice
Intellectual Property Law
International Criminal Law
International Economic Law
International Human Rights Law
Law and Policy of the WTO
Law of Adult Relationships
Law of Health and Safety at Work
*Law of Trusts and Equity
Legal Issues in Health Care Law
Legal Systems of the World
Political and Legal Theory II
Private International Law
Public International Law
Regulation of the Legal Profession
CEPLER is developing new and innovative approaches to teaching to give you experience of real world law. So far, we have introduced two new practice-based modules: Regulation of the Legal Profession, which will encourage you to question assumptions about lawyers and their role in society; and Advocacy, which covers a range of skills such as mooting, negotiation and mediation, along with court observations and presentation skills development.
We are currently NOT ACCEPTING applications from NON-EU countries, except Georgia and Serbia.