There are a number of ways to join us at undergraduate level; as a law student in our LLB programme, as a joint honours student on either the BCL (Law and Business), BCL (Law and Accounting), BCL (Law and Arts), BCL (Law and Criminology) BCL (Law and Languages) programmes, or, finally, as a general Arts student, who successfully qualifies in the first year to continue into the second year onto one our undergraduate programmes.
We offer a suite of postgraduate programmes designed to complement and add critical value to existing experience and qualifications.Postgraduate programmes include our LLM (Global Legal Studies), LLM (International Business Law), LLM (International Justice and MA Comparative Criminology and Criminal Justice.
Prospective students (who do not meet the standard entry requirements) should consult the School of Law and Criminology's Policy for Assessment of Non-Standard Entrants' Applications for Postgraduate Programmes.
A research degree in law is essential for those aspiring to teach law at university level. At the School of Law and Criminology we offer both M.Litt and PhD degrees. These offer the opportunity to pursue an extended research project under the supervision of an internationally recognised expert in the field.
Professional Certificate in Whistleblowing Law, Practice and Policy Details of the module content for the Professional Certificate are available here.