3 Years (Full-time)
University of the West of England degree
Larnaca and Paphos
Secondary School Diploma

Sufficient knowledge of the English language

17+ by 1st September of year of entry

Course Insight

Law is an incredibly varied and multi-faceted subject which affects every part of human life, from the air we breathe, our relationships and education to our work, travel, property and health. The Law industry is dynamic and competitive and changes in line with social needs. A Law degree offers diverse career pathways and provides you with the skillset to succeed in a number of careers. This course offers a practical and contemporary Qualifying Law Degree, recognised by employers and the Solicitors Regulation Authority. Should you choose a legal career, the solid grounding in law, emphasis on skills development, practical real-world insight gained through employer partnerships and pro bono work ensures you graduate ready for the next step of your legal training.

Teaching and Learning

A variety of learning techniques are used from the traditional lecture through to more student-centred approaches such as team exercises and research. In addition to this, mock courtrooms provide regular opportunities to practice legal submissions and gain experience of the court while law simulations allow you to practice key case working skills.


Assessments vary across the course, including: problem and essay questions, examinations, research based assessments, reflection on skills acquisition, report writing, portfolio submission and presentations.

Enrolment and Duration

This is a 3 year full time programme comprising of 16 modules within 3 Years. Each year runs for a period of 32 weeks with Year 1 usually commencing in late September or in some cases, early October. Students may enrol up to 2 weeks before the course starting date however; early enrolment is advised as places are limited.

Entry Requirements

Candidates must be at least 17 years of age by 1st September of the year they wish to enter onto the course and must hold a Secondary School Diploma and have sufficient knowledge of the English language.

Graduation Requirements

To achieve the LLB(Hons) degree award in Law, students will be required to complete all modules within the full duration of the course, earning a total of 360 credits. Students who complete all first year modules (120 credits) will be eligible for a certificate in Law; Students who complete all first and second year modules (240 credits) will be eligible for a Diploma in Law.

Where Next?

Our LLB degree provides you with the core legal knowledge to progress to either the Legal Practice Course or Bar Professional Training Course to become a Solicitor or Barrister. Alternatively you may want to start your legal career immediately or pursue a different career pathway entirely. Law students are highly valued by employers due to the broad skillset gained from studying the subject. Whilst many students pursue a legal career as Solicitor, Barrister, Legal Advisor, Legal Executive or Paralegal there is also scope to enter a wide range of careers in HR, finance, teaching, advice and charity work and in the Public Sector.

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