STANDARD ENTRY (General Rules for all Standard Entry Students)
Qualifying Law Degree (LLB) route
- You must be registered for a minimum of 30 credits and a maximum of 120 credits at each level of study.
- On first registration, you must register to study Common Law Reasoning and Institutions.
- If you have completed the University of London Certificate of Higher Education in Common Law you may be awarded credit and progress directly to Level 5 and 6.
At Level 4 you must complete at least 60 credits at Level 4, including Common Law Reasoning and Institutions before progressing to Level 5.
Common Law Reasoning and Institutions Criminal Law
Public Law Contract Law
Level 5 & 6
To progress to Level 5 and 6, you must be concurrently registered for any remaining Level 4 modules. To register for any optional modules, you must have passed or be concurrently registered for Tort Law at Level 5 and at least one other core or compulsory module at Level 6.
Equity and Trusts Property Law
Jurisprudence and Legal Theory EU Law
Level 6-Optional modules
Intellectual Property Conflict of Laws
Introduction to Islamic Law Evidence
International Protection of Human Rights Company Law
Public International Law Administrative Law
Laws Dissertation Commercial Law