Law

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We’ve been offering legal education for over 40 years, so we have long-established links to national, regional and local law firms and the Bristol Law Society. Our combined experience and knowledge will help you to develop the broad skillset and confidence that will enable you to succeed in any professional career.

"The staff have shaped an immersive and engaging programme, that has prepared me well for the working world. It is also amazing to have the opportunity to be taught by the same people who write most of our textbooks, so you can be sure you are getting the best teaching."

Neide Lemos , LLB (Hons) Law

Law courses

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Foundation Year in Business and Law

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This is the foundation year for all the Business and Law courses. It gives you the essential skills and knowledge for progressing to year one of the degree programmes in this area.

If you are an international student your recommended route of study for this degree is through the UWE Bristol International College which, upon successful completion to the required level and with good attendance, guarantees entry to year one of the degree.

LLB(Hons) Law

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This practical and contemporary degree is delivered by enthusiastic and experienced lecturers in one of the largest law schools in the country. Research informs the course at every level and you’ll develop core legal knowledge in subject areas including commercial law, criminal justice, environmental law, international law, and family law.

LLB(Hons) Law with Business

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On this degree, you’ll have the opportunity to study the core legal modules required to gain a Qualifying Law Degree, alongside business modules spanning strategic management and managing people. In your first year, your time will be split between both subjects. In your second and final year, you’ll study 75% law and 25% business. You’ll be taught by experts from the reputable Law and Business Schools, gaining valuable real-world skills and experience through study trips and business-related work placements.

BA(Hons) Business and Law

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Taught by experts from the reputable Law and Business Schools, you’ll study contemporary modules in commercial, company, international trade and employment law alongside core business modules spanning marketing, strategic management and managing people.

Gain valuable real-world skills and experience through study trips and business-related work placements. Mock trials, law simulations, business-related work placements and pro bono work will ensure you graduate with a practical understanding of law and familiarity with industry.

BA(Hons) Criminology and Law

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BA(Hons) Criminology and Law is a flexible, hands-on course that will help you develop professional abilities through community engagement and work-based learning. In your first year, you’ll study law and criminology in equal measure, and major in one or the other from year two.