Arden’s Law LLB (Hons) degree is ideal if you wish to pursue a career as a lawyer or barrister. An LLB degree, often known as a Bachelor of Laws, is equal to a BA or BSc undergraduate degree and serves as the gateway to a diverse range of employment opportunities in the legal sector as well as in fields such as media, politics, policing, and education.
Arden’s LLB programme, which is accessible entirely online, has been revised to reflect recent changes to professional practise credentials in the UK. You may now choose particular degree paths, such as preparing for a future as a solicitor by selecting course modules that cover the information necessary for the Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE 1).
Alternatively, if you desire to qualify as a barrister in the future, you may decide to follow a programme that prepares you for a Bar Training Course. However, Arden do not expect all students to make a definitive job choice when they initially enrol.
During your first few years of study, you’ll have time to explore which elements of your law degree spark your interest, and you’ll realise that this LLB programme helps you develop a broad range of abilities, including critical thinking, effective communication, presentation, negotiation, and persuasion. These are extremely useful workplace qualities across a broad range of modern jobs, and you’ll graduate with a highly recognised certification that will last a lifetime.
A high school diploma or equivalent qualifications in two subjects at GCE A level plus passes at grade C or above in three subjects at GCSE level. If you are not an English native speaker, you will be required to provide us with a proof of English language level equivalent to IELTS 6.0 or above.
If you have questions about your eligibility for the course or are unsure if your existing qualifications meet the entry requirements, use the form on this page to contact the university. They will assess your background and advise on your options and application.
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