Two GCSE grades at 6/B, including English Language and three GCSEs at grade 5/C or above.
Law is relevant to many careers including banking, accountancy, estate agency, insurance, any business career, and of course the Law itself. Although A Level Law is not a requirement for entry to the legal profession, it could help you to decide if you want to pursue this career pathway.
Universities welcome students with evidence of prior study of Law at any level as it demonstrates your ability to think logically and express yourself clearly. These skills are also attractive to employers.
This course does not contain a specific work experience component but many of the skills you will learn are essential to employability. If needed, our Employability Team can help you find local work placements that will support the course.
By way of enrichment, trips to Parliament and the Supreme Court are organised every year and you will be encouraged to take part.
You are encouraged to buy your own textbooks and e-books. Law journals are available in the Learning Resource Centre; we do not recommend that you buy them yourself. You should consider buying or reading a daily newspaper such as The Times, Guardian, or The Independent.
If you have a question about this or any other full-time course, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01793 611470