A law degree combines the academic study of legal theory with applying law to real life scenarios. Students will learn about criminal law, public law and company law as well as legal issues relating to topics such as property, the environment and human rights. The law courses will equip with the core knowledge and skills needed to go on to study to become a solicitor or barrister but is equally useful for any career where thinking logically and communicating clearly are important.
Undergraduate level studies in Law are ideal for those who want to further their knowledge, develop practical skills and improve their employability in this field.
Law brings together wide range of disciplines at undergraduate level such as Business, civil, criminal, European, public criminology, finance, criminal justice, international human rights, medical ethics.
There is a wide range of courses available in these subject areas at undergraduate level, such as Bachelor’s Degrees, Bachelor’s Top Up Degrees, Foundation Degrees (Two Years Bachelors), Foundation Years (First Year Bachelors), Graduate Diploma, HND and HNC courses as well as Level 6, 5 and 4 courses.