LLB for Graduates at University of Birmingham - UCAS

Course summary

The LLB for Graduates degree course is designed for students with an undergraduate degree in a non-law subject who are looking to pursue a future legal career as it provides the exciting opportunity to gain a qualifying law degree in two years. Alongside the seven foundation subjects of law you will be able to study up to four optional specialist modules allowing you the flexibility to really focus on what interests you, with opportunities to study anything from Counter-Terrorism Law to Environmental Law and even Canadian Constitutional Law. Alongside your studies you will also be provided with plenty of opportunities to develop your employability with our Careers and Employability programme including weekly careers events, an annual Law Fair and a mentoring scheme. This accelerated undergraduate Law degree is particularly popular amongst international students, providing a competitive alternative for studying law. Students on this programme come from all over the world including Canada and Nigeria. For almost 100 years Birmingham Law School have made a major contribution to teaching and scholarship, and you’ll learn from prestigious academics who are working at the top of their field influencing law and policy around the world. Why study this course? Extensive choice of modules - You're looking for a degree that will enable you to shift your academic focus from your previous undergraduate subject to Law. You'll be able to tailor your degree to suit your interests, particularly in your final year with our vast range of optional modules including topics such as Counter Terrorism Law, Advocacy and Employment Law in Practice. Excellent graduate prospects - According to the High Fliers Research report, The Graduate Market in 2023, the University of Birmingham has been ranked as the 3rd most targeted University by the UK's top 100 graduate employers. 89% of our law students are in work or further study 15 months after graduation (Graduate Outcomes Survey 2022). Connections and real-world opportunities - UoB placement schemes, annual law fairs, and visits to leading firms connect you to the sector. Our Centre for Employability, Professional Legal Education and Research (CEPLER) runs pro bono groups, mooting competitions, and more. Opportunities to make change - Join 1 of 14 Pro Bono Projects offered at Birmingham Law School. Projects range from securing equal access to justice for those facing the death penalty in the United States through Amicus Charity, to informing policy on electric car battery recycling with the Environmental Law Matters research team. Top 25 in the UK for Law in the Complete University Guide 2024 Top 25 for Law (Joint) in The Times Sunday Times Good University Guide 2024


You will study the seven core subjects required in a qualifying Law degree alongside a selection of optional Law modules which draw upon the research of leading academics within the School.

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Points of entry

The following entry points are available for this course:

  • Year 1

Entry requirements

Qualification requirements

This is a postgraduate qualification and requires upper second-class Honours degree or equivalent.

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Fees and funding

Tuition fees

Republic of Ireland £9250 Year 1
England £9250 Year 1
Northern Ireland £9250 Year 1
Scotland £9250 Year 1
Wales £9250 Year 1
Channel Islands £9250 Year 1

Additional fee information

For details of the annual tuition fee for International Students please see the course web page listed in the 'course details' section above. If you are made an offer to study by the University, the yearly tuition fee will be stated in your offer letter.
LLB for Graduates at University of Birmingham - UCAS