Bangor University Law
The Law degrees offered by Bangor University Law School have been carefully designed to evolve with the ever-changing legal landscape, and to equip students with the legal knowledge and skills demanded by an increasingly globalised industry. Students from several countries worldwide choose Bangor Law School for its teaching expertise and diverse, multi-cultural environment.
Our small class sizes foster a lively learning environment and encourage students to engage fully with the teaching experience, with students and lecturers developing a close and supportive relationship.
Undergraduate law degrees
We offer a diverse range of Undergraduate law degrees, all but one of which are Qualifying Law Degrees, which denotes they are approved by the Law Society of England and Wales and recognised for entry onto professional vocational training required to become a Solicitor or Barrister.
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Postgraduate law degrees
Our Postgraduate law degrees aim to push students’ development further, allowing them to take a closer look at the law in general or to pursue a particular specialism. Our LLM, MBA and MA programmes have been carefully crafted to respond to the latest developments in the legal industry and to produce capable, knowledgeable graduates.
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To help students achieve their full potential, we offer a range of scholarships and bursaries for both undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Research Expertise at the Law School
Our international body of staff is made up of experts in fields including International Law, Intellectual Property Law, European Law, Procurement Law, Competition Law, Maritime Law, Finance Law and Devolved Government. Graduates of many of the world’s leading universities, they have substantial experience at professional and academic level and are widely published in leading journals. This expertise is reflected in the teaching, through which students develop a thorough understanding of contemporary legal systems and issues with a worldwide perspective.