The Brunel Law LLB gives you the chance to earn a law degree and develop a dynamic perspective of English law – not only what the law is, but why it is.
You’ll learn the theories and principles underlying the law and acquire the research, analytical and communication skills you’ll need for a successful legal career.
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Your pathway to Brunel University London:
First Year University Studies
Second Year University Studies
Final Year University
The educational aims of the programme element are to:
This course can be studied 2 semesters full-time, starting in September.
Our high quality placements will give you first-hand professional legal experience and a real taste of what life after your studies could be like. You’ll benefit from the guidance of dedicated careers advisers so whether you want to explore your passion for law or already have your dream job in mind, we’ll support you on your career journey.
Our strong links with industry will help you to boost your career potential. Brunel is one of the few UK universities on the Blake Morgan Brand Ambassador Scheme – offering great work experience opportunities, mentoring programmes and giving you great exposure to the graduate recruitment team of a leading law firm.
The Brunel Law School has strong industry links, allowing us to offer placements in a variety of legal environments to strengthen your learning and professional experience.
With our own law careers advisers, we will help you to work on your future career from day one. As a Brunel Law School student, you will have access to many workshops and masterclasses to gain the knowledge you need to make your first step after you graduate.
£9,250 EU/Domestic Foundation Studies£15,800 International Foundation Studies
September is the only available intake for EU/Domestic students who are applying for a Student Finance Loan.
All Brunel Pathway College course fees may be subject to a review. Brunel University London fees are a guide only and are subject to change.
Formative assessments are a key aspect of the programme element and are varied to ensure that a student has a variety of learning opportunities. These will include: individual and group formative assessment methods: presentations, individual and group work; and peer review.
Each student is expected to undertake a minimum number of hours in individual study per week in order to support and build the skills, knowledge and understanding presented in each lecture and small group tutorial session per week. It is expected that students will increase the number of individual study hours as they approach formal assessment events. The ability for students to expand their learning by creating effective self-directed study patterns is a transferable skill deemed fundamental to further academic success as well as a key time-management tool. All students are provided with access to a range of on line resources through the student portal.