Queen Mary University of London Undergraduate Law

Queen Mary University of London Undergraduate Law

Queen Mary University of London Undergraduate Law

Law

M100 LLB (Hons) 3 years

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Overview

Government confirms funding for EU students for 2018 to 2019

HEFCE welcomes the confirmation from the Government that European Union (EU) students will continue to remain eligible for undergraduate, masters, postgraduate and advanced learner financial support in the academic year 2018 to 2019. The details of this announcement can be found on the government website.

The LLB Law three year programme is the largest in the School. It is the traditional LLB course which encompasses the foundations of legal knowledge. These are the essential components that satisfy the Bar Council and Law Society professional requirements which make it a qualifying law degree.

In the first year you will take all core modules, whilst the second and third years offer a broad range of optional modules to allow you to widen your interests. Select the course structure tab above to see how these fit into your programme.

The LLB Law is taught to the highest of standards at Queen Mary, we engage visiting lecturers who are at the forefront of legal practice in the City, as well as our own academics who are leading researchers in the sector.
Should you wish to extend your study for a year, there are a number of programmes you can apply to in your second year of the LLB with a wide range of practice and study abroad opportunities. Currently the largest of these is the LLB Law with a Year in Practice from which students embark on paid internships at leading US law firm Reed Smith.

Placement year options

This programme adds an extra year of study to the existing three on the LLB.

Why study law at Queen Mary?

The School of Law at Queen Mary is ranked 3rd in the UK and 1st in London by the Guardian University Guide 2018. Our students are also happy with us, giving an overall satisfaction rating of 91 per cent in the most recent National Student Survey.

Law Student Societies

Alongside our degree programmes students can take advantage of the large number of student run law societies and get involved with departmental events and networking opportunities through becoming a student ambassador.

Legal Advice Centre

The School of Law was the first law school in London to set up a Legal Advice Centre (LAC), offering free legal advice to members of the public. Our students volunteer in an advisory capacity and work alongside qualified solicitors from top city law firms. The LAC enters its 10th year in 2016 and has a number of award winning projects; its most recent, SPITE, aimed at victims of revenge porn has been nominated for a number of awards in its first year of running.

London location

London provides a huge number of opportunities for you to become part of the legal world during your studies. With some of the most famous law firms and chambers based here, there are endless networking opportunities. We have a long-standing relationship with Snaresbrook Crown Court, and work closely with many City law firms through academic connections, the student societies, and our Legal Advice Centre.