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• A good High School Certificate
• A good IELTS score or the equivalent
A degree from the University of London is a mark of excellence, respected by employers and universities worldwide. This is because the University of London is one of the world’s leading universities, internationally recognised for its high academic standards. Academic direction for the Undergraduate Laws Programme offered through the University of London International Programmes is provided by six University of London Colleges with Law Schools or Departments, collectively known as the Laws Consortium. The six Colleges are: Birkbeck, King’s College London, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), Queen Mary, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), and UCL (University College London).
In achieving the University of London LLB degree you will have achieved not only an authoritative legal qualification, but you will join a distinguished group of University of London alumni, some of whom have gone on to become legal practitioners, while many others have gone on to careers in the commercial and financial professions.
This degree gives you an excellent education in the discipline. It provides ‘transferable’ intellectual skills by giving you the opportunity to develop analytical and problem-solving skills and learn how to construct arguments. It helps you to understand the language of law, by learning how to use legal discourse is crucial for success. Being able to communicate effectively is a vital skill. It provides a wealth of resources and promotes independent learning offering expert guidance in law.
The Department of Law of DEI, offers live on line lectures for this programme, which are specifically designed to benefit students who choose to study with us from their home.
The Bachelor of Laws (LLB) of the University of London provides you with the opportunity to acquire a Qualifying Law Degree (QLD) as required by the Solicitors Regulatory Authority and Bar Council of England and Wales and satisfy the requirements set out in the Lawyers’ Code for entry into the legal profession in Greece.
The degree consists of 12 courses and may be completed in 3 years.
Seeking to become a legal practitioner is not the only reason for studying for a legal qualification. You might already be working in a law-related field and want to enhance your legal knowledge and professional standing. Your career path might lie in the commercial or financial professions, where legal qualifications are highly valued not only for specific knowledge of law but also because of the transferable skills that come with the study of law such as mental dexterity and problem-solving abilities. You might be a special issue campaigner, lobbyist, or might want to find out more about how law works and possibly go on to higher academic studies. On successful completion of the programme you will have acquired not only the foundational and specialist knowledge, which is necessary for you to start your career as a lawyer, but also the transferable skills and competences which are necessary in modern sectors of the services market such as public relations, communication, and NGOs.