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  • UK law degrees: Birmingham City University

    Birmingham City University offering qualifying law degrees recognised in England, Wales and Northern Ireland

    Birmingham City University (formerly Birmingham Polytechnic and the University of Central England in Birmingham) is a University in the city of Birmingham, England. It is one of three Universities in the city, the other two being the University of Birmingham and Aston University.

    The School of Law

    The School of Law is one of the three academic divisions comprising the Faculty of Education, Law and Social Sciences. We were the first to offer undergraduate and postgraduate students the opportunity for study placements with death penalty appeal advocates in the USA, and a unique HND programme in Legal Studies in partnership with local further education colleges. We also pioneered the Free Representation Unit giving students the opportunity to provide legal advice and tribunal representation in employment law and welfare benefits cases. Read more about the School of Law or see our list of courses below.

    Undergraduate courses:
    • Legal Studies - HND
    • Law - LLB (Hons)
    • Law - LLB (Hons) Part-time
    • Law with minor subjects - LLB (Hons)
    • Law with American Legal Studies
    • Law with Criminology
    • Law and Practice
    • Business Law
    • Law with Human Rights


    Postgraduate and professional courses:
    • Graduate Diploma in Law (Common Prof. Examination)
    • Graduate Diploma in Law (Common Prof. Examination) Part-time
    • Legal Practice Course (Postgrad Dip in Legal Practice)
    • Legal Practice Course (Postgrad Dip in Legal Practice) Part-time
    • Corporate and Business Law - PgCert/PgDip/LLM
    • International Human Rights - PgDip/LLM
    • Law MPhil/PhD


    The School of Law has it's own mock courtroom: About the School of Law

    Legal Studies HND

    This two-year full-time course is offered in partnership by Birmingham City University with Sutton Coldfield College.

    The legal profession recognises the Certificate of Higher Education (Law) as providing exemption from Stage One of a Law degree.

    Students are enrolled at Birmingham City University and attend at Sutton Coldfield College for lectures, seminars, tutorials and workshops. For one or two days a week students are taught at Birmingham City University alongside the LLB students. Students can enjoy the facilities of both institutions and have access to and borrowing rights from Birmingham City University library, computer resources and resource centres.

    This collaborative teaching and learning arrangement recognises that students on the course are Birmingham City University students and able to experience educational and social activities alongside the full time LLB students.

    Read more:
    Legal Studies HND

    Law LLB (Honours)

    LLB (hons) and LLB (hons) with minors, Leading to exemption from the academic stage of the bar council and law society examinations

    Why Study Law at Birmingham City University?
    • A unique American Internship programme where you can spend six to eight weeks working in the offices of an American attorney working pro-bono. Some students have worked on death row cases during their internship.
    • A pioneering Free Representation Unit module where you can assist members of the public with their legal problems and possibly represent them in legal proceedings.
    • An active student-led Law Society and respected and very popular Mooting team, with in-house mock courtroom.
    • An outstanding team of professional staff with extensive Practice experience and a friendly, open door policy giving you all the support you need.
    • A recognised Legal Practice Course awarded the highest possible grade in all six areas of assessment by the Solicitors Regulatory Authority.
    • All compulsory subjects are studied in your first and second year, leaving your third year free for your optional modules.


    Read more:
    Law LLB (Honours)

    Law LLB (Honours)

    LLB (hons) and LLB (hons) with minors, Leading to exemption from the academic stage of the bar council and law society examinations

    Why Study Law at Birmingham City University?
    • A unique American Internship programme where you can spend six to eight weeks working in the offices of an American attorney working pro-bono. Some students have worked on death row cases during their internship.
    • A pioneering Free Representation Unit module where you can assist members of the public with their legal problems and possibly represent them in legal proceedings.
    • An active student-led Law Society and respected and very popular Mooting team, with in-house mock courtroom.
    • An outstanding team of professional staff with extensive Practice experience and a friendly, open door policy giving you all the support you need.
    • A recognised Legal Practice Course awarded the highest possible grade in all six areas of assessment by the Solicitors Regulatory Authority.
    • All compulsory subjects are studied in your first and second year, leaving your third year free for your optional modules.


    Read more:
    Law LLB (Honours)

    Law with Minor Subjects LLB (Hons)
    • Law with American Legal Studies
    • Law with Criminology
    • Law and Practice *
    • Business Law *
    • Law with Human Rights *


    * Subject to validation

    These minor courses enable you to combine the study of the core areas of the LLB with more specialist modules.

    Read more:
    Law with Minor Subjects LLB (Hons)

    Contact

    General enquiries
    For all general enquiries (except course information) please contact the main University switchboard.

    +44 (0)121 331 5000

    Prospectus and Course Information Enquiries
    We have a dedicated course information centre called Choices;


    Birmingham City University Choices
    Birmingham City University, Perry Barr
    Birmingham, B42 2SU, England

    If you want to get a prospectus sent to you urgently then you can request one through our online prospectus form.
    Our UCAS institution code is B25
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