OVERVIEW Law is a rewarding, challenging and respected area of study. You can gain key reasoning and analytical skills that will last you throughout your career, all the while developing a unique insight into the way society works, from the economy to the criminal justice system and more. The LLB (Hons) is your passport to a rewarding future – whether you have ambitions to be a solicitor, barrister, academic researcher, or you want to use your legal skills to make an impact in business or the corporate world. Discover your niche We cover all the subjects you need to know; tort, contract, criminal law and property law – you’ll get a thorough grounding in the essentials. And, thanks to our teaching team’s wide range of specialisms, from families to sports, we offer exciting optional units beyond the core curriculum. Practise your skills Mooting is a key part of any legal education. Our mock courtroom is the perfect place to develop your confidence and fine-tune your performance. You’ll have classes and extra-curricular activities there, and you can even use it for your final year project. Ready to test yourself in the real world? You can work with a qualified solicitor offering pro bono services to local people. You might join the Business Law Café offering advice to local SMEs, or maybe you’ll help someone with legal advice and support they wouldn’t normally be able to afford. FEATURES AND BENEFITS
- A modern law degree – our law degree has been redesigned to take account of the changes to legal education, training and practice and be fit for the 21st century. Take your first step on the path to becoming a solicitor or barrister or to work in related professional services or academia. Continue studying with us for a discount on your fees.
- Apply your knowledge – with supervised pro bono work you can help someone in need access the justice system, or advise a small business just starting out.
- Well-connected – we have links to leading law firms, chambers, and the wider professional sectors – including Eversheds, DWF, Deloitte, Browne Jacobson, Addleshaw Goddard and chambers across the Northern Circuit.
- Learn on the job – take an optional placement year or experience working in industry before you graduate. We have links with local law firms, large international businesses and the legal charity Support Through Court.
- New moot court room – we have invested in our facilities to offer an enhanced student experience. Our state-of-the-art moot court room offers students the ideal environment to improve their legal advocacy skills.
- Study abroad – with our connections across the world, you can spend a year experiencing a new culture at partner institutions around the world.
- Enhance your employability – through activities including internships, volunteering or learning a new language. With our award-winning ‘Rise at Manchester Met’ programme you can gain extra academic credits towards your degree.
- Study with the experts – our teaching team are experienced professionals and renowned academics. They’ll inspire you to think about the law in new ways.
- A supportive community – we work closely with the student Law Society to ensure a full programme of employability and social activities, and student support initiatives.
How to apply
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
GCSE grade 5 or equivalent in English Language and GCSE grade C/4 or equivalent in Mathematics
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