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Course summary

Since 2015, UWTSD has offered a range of law joint honours degrees, coupled with Public Services, Business, Policing and Criminology. In 2018, the Solicitors Regulations Authority (SRA) announced the plan to dispense with multiple routes into practice instead of introducing a single entry point with the Solicitors Qualification Exam (SQE). This means that universities no longer have to be accredited to offer a Qualifying Law Degree (QLD), nor do students need to have a QLD or the Legal Practice Course (LPC). Students need to have been taught the knowledge needed to pass the SQE. This course proposes to combine the foundations of law, already delivered in the joint honours degrees, with essential and corresponding practice modules, thus making it SQE compliant. This will make it easier for students to enter the SQE and remove the need for the LPC.


Year One – Level 4 (CertHE, DipHE & LLB) • Criminal Law (20 credits; compulsory) • Criminal Litigation (20 credits; compulsory) • Learning in the Digital Era (20 credits; compulsory; Graduate Attributes Framework module) • Legal Process (20 credits; compulsory) • Principles of Professional Legal Practice (20 credits; compulsory) • Public Law (20 credits; compulsory). Year Two – Level 5 (DipHE & LLB) • Business Law and Practice (20 credits; compulsory) • Civil Litigation (20 credits; compulsory) • Contract Law (20 credits; compulsory) • European Law (20 credits; compulsory) • Legal Research (20 credits; compulsory) • Tort Law (20 credits; compulsory). Year Three – Level 6 (LLB) • Conveyancing (20 credits; compulsory) • Equity and Trusts (20 credits; compulsory) • Probate Practice (20 credits; compulsory) • Property Law (20 credits; compulsory) • Research Project (20 credits; compulsory) • Law of Succession and Administration of Estates (20 credits; compulsory)

Assessment method

The course will be assessed by a mixture of written coursework, simulations, workbooks, presentations and exams. Each module is worth 20 credits which would equal two assessments per module with the equivalent of a 2,000- 3,500-word assignment or an exam per 10 credits, depending on level of study.

How to apply

Application codes

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Points of entry

The following entry points are available for this course:

  • Year 1

Entry requirements

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Fees and funding

Tuition fees

EU £9000 Year 1
England £9000 Year 1
Northern Ireland £9000 Year 1
Scotland £9000 Year 1
Wales £9000 Year 1
Channel Islands £9000 Year 1
International £13500 Year 1

Additional fee information

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Law and Legal Practice at University of Wales Trinity Saint David - UCAS