Law (Graduate Entry) - LLB (Hons)

Open to individuals with an undergraduate degree, this two-year graduate entry programme will provide an overview of the core legal topics and law modules that will enable you to complete an LLB award. You will demonstrate your graduate skills and further develop your knowledge and expertise in law. This course might be of particular interest if you reside in a current or previous commonwealth country and would like to study the legal foundations that are recognised across the globe.

Year of entry

Course type

  • Single Honours

Location

Subject area / School

UCAS code

  • M105

Duration of study

  • 2 years

Why study Law (Graduate Entry) at Keele University?

Recognised common law degree and provides exemptions for the purpose of National Committee on Accreditation (NCA) assessment
Global Top 200 for Law (Times Higher Education World University Subject Rankings, 2022)
For Canadian applicants, successful completion of the course will qualify you to apply for NCA assessment
Only a two-year programme, fast-track preparation for legal professions
The programme includes a module dedicated to exploring the Foundations of Canadian Law
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"During my time at Keele, I have been given many opportunities to do more and get more involved. For example, I have been involved in the Client Interviewing competition and been a member of the Law and Bar Society. Keele gives you opportunities to help build a career. My plans for the future are to go to the Bar and become a Barrister, and I can honestly say that the support at Keele has put me in good place to achieve this."

Katherine, Law

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Additional opportunities

There are a range of additional opportunities available when studying this course.
Please note, undertaking one may impact upon the availability of another.

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Community Legal Outreach Collaboration Keele (CLOCK)

Founded 10 years ago, CLOCK began as a research project, listening to 'Voices of Experience'; a group of women from a domestic violence refuge, who shared their fears and proposals for how to support women going to court alone following the significant withdrawal of legal aid under LASPO, the Legal Aid Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act, 2012. CLOCK has been Highly Commended by the Attorney-General National Access to Justice Award, 2016, and the Green Gown Awards for 'Benefitting Society', 2019.

The Community Legal Companion role has been endorsed by the President of the Family Court and has been cascaded to 12 University Law Schools to operate in 8 court centres; Stoke, Brighton, Canterbury, Wolverhampton, Leicester, Oxford, Liverpool and York.

Please note, if you opt for the blended learning option on this course, you will not be eligible to participate in CLOCK.

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Discover the Keele difference

Everything’s on your doorstep at Keele, and you’ll soon feel at home and make friends wherever you go.

We help students manage their money and ensure that they receive any funding for which they may be eligible.

Make yourself more employable after graduation by taking advantage of the whole host of additional opportunities.