Looking to learn? Of course you are…
To narrow down your options, we’ve rounded up a few of the key law courses you could take this year, whether you’re looking to break into the industry, progress into a new specialism, or complete the final stage of your studies.
Here are the top law courses that you could sign up for this November:
There are a number of postgraduate law courses available, whether you’re looking to focus on a particular area of law, or you’re keen on gaining more holistic knowledge.
For example, studying a general Master of Law provides a flexible way to study, giving you control over your modules and dissertation topic.
However, you could also choose to study a particular area of law, such as international law, human rights law, medical law, business law, and much more.
Top courses: The Master of Laws (General) and the Master of Laws (International) from the University of Law.
This LLM is designed to enhance your academic legal knowledge, allowing you to be flexible in your choice of modules and dissertation topic. You’ll need a minimum of (actual or predicted) second class honours degree (or equivalent) to get started.
Master of Laws (International)
This international LLM allows students who have a keen interest in international law to specialise in this growing and fascinating area of legal study. An undergraduate degree at 2:2 or above in any discipline (or equivalent) is required to take this course.
Law conversion courses
Want to get on the right side of the law? You should start a career in it.
Law is an extremely rewarding field, and it’s not hard to see why. Excellent earning potential. Check. A diverse range of fields to specialise in. Check. Bringing justice to the world. Check.
What’s more, even if your degree isn’t law based, there are a number of conversion courses that’ll help you make your first step into law.
Perfect for: People who want to convert to law from another subject.
Top courses: The Postgraduate Diploma in Law (PGDL) and the Master of Arts in Law (MA Law Conversion) from the University of Law.
Postgraduate Diploma in Law (PGDL)
Designed for non-law graduates wishing to pursue a career in law, this PGDL will enable you to fast-track your legal career. You’ll need a UK undergraduate degree in any discipline (minimum 2:2) (or equivalent) to get started.
Master of Arts in Law (MA Law Conversion)
This MA is perfect for non-law graduates who want to gain a legal qualification at Master’s Level, and go on to become a solicitor or barrister. To start, you’ll need an undergraduate degree (or equivalent) at 2:1 or above.
Law courses for law graduates
Already part way through your studies? We’ve got you covered.
With the new academic year right around the corner, there’s never been a better time to complete the final stages of your legal education, which will allow you to become a solicitor in the UK.
Ready to take the stand? The LPC or the LLM are for you.
Perfect for: People who want to become a solicitor.
Top courses: The Legal Practice Course (LPC) and the LLM Legal Practice (SQE1&2) from the University of Law.
This LPC will provide you with the essential professional skills that legal employers are looking for. Eligibility is based on academic profile and achievement, and you’ll generally need a minimum of (actual or predicted) second class honours law degree or GDL/CPE.
This course incorporates preparation for the SQE1 and SQE2 exams. An undergraduate degree at 2:2 or above in any discipline (or equivalent) is required, along with knowledge of the 7 foundation subjects of English Legal System, Constitutional and Administrative Law.
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This story originally appeared on Reed.co.uk