LLB (Hons) Law with Business with Foundation Year
On our LLB Law with Business with Foundation Year degree, you’ll study key legal topics and related skills to gain a wide understanding across a range of legal areas, necessary to obtain a qualifying law degree. A practical focus with real-world application of the law and business with employability embedded into the course. For students who wish to keep their options open for a career in the legal or wider business world. The first year is a Foundation year, which focuses on developing an understanding of the legal sector and the key skills required to undertake the full degree course. In 2019, the University of Law was awarded a silver rating in the Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework (TEF). We were found to deliver high-quality teaching, learning and outcomes for our students and consistently exceed rigorous national quality requirements for UK higher education.
- Applicants who possess 48 UCAS points from a maximum of 3 A Levels or equivalent qualifications, plus GCSE English Language at Grade C/4, will receive an offer following a successful interview with an academic as part of the admissions process which will take place either face-to-face or via phone/skype.
- A non-standard application route is also available. Any applicant with no or limited formal qualifications will be invited in-centre to complete an in-house numeracy and literacy test (for those without GCSE English Language at grade C/4), as well as a formal face-to-face interview. They will also need to provide 2 years of appropriate work experience evidenced in a full CV and one reference.
- Students who will be under the age of 18 but no younger than 17 at the commencement of the course are permitted.
- International entry requirements: An English language level equivalent to IELTS 6.0 or above with a minimum of 5.5 in each component.
About the School
The University of Law (ULaw) is one of the UK's longest-established specialist providers of legal education. In fact, we've trained more practising lawyers in the UK than anyone else