Features of the Bachelor of Laws (LLB):
The University of London International Programmes is a world renowned provider of legal education with more than 19,000 students in over 130 countries. For over 150 years, its LLB has provided the first step on a career route for many thousands of practising lawyers within the Commonwealth and around the world. Academic direction for the University of London International Programmes LLB is provided by six of the most prestigious Colleges of the University of London – Birkbeck; King College London, the London School of Economics and Political Science, Queen Mary, the School of Oriental and African Studies, and UCL (University College London). Academics at the these Colleges develop the syllabuses, prepare the study materials, and are responsible for the assessment of International Programmes students. This ensure that the standard of awards made to International Programmes students are maintained at the same level as the standards of awards made to students at these Colleges.
Students studying with the University of London International Programmes are awarded a University of London degree on successful completion of their studies. The final diploma they receive shows they were registered with the University of London and awarded a University of London degree. It also gives the name of the consortium of Colleges that conducted the examinations.For more information on the University of London International Programmes visit : http://www.londoninternational.ac.uk
- From the time that London became the first university to offer a degree in English Law.
- You have between three and eight years to complete the LLB.
- If you are a graduate, you can complete the LLB in a minimum of two years.
- LLB is recognised by the Law Society and Bar Council of England & Wales as a Qualifying Law degree.
- Successful completion of the LLB allows you to progress to the Master of Laws (LLM) or a related Masters programme.
- Graduates go on to pursue careers in a wide variety of areas, not only legal practice but also government, journalism, the financial sector and business.