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UDLAWINR - LLB Law (with International Relations)

Course Specification


Validation status Validated
Highest award Bachelor of Laws Level Honours
Possible interim awards Bachelor of Laws, Diploma of Higher Education, Certificate of Higher Education
Total credits for course 360
Awarding institution London Metropolitan University
Teaching institutions London Metropolitan University
School Guildhall School of Business and Law
Subject Area Law
Attendance options
Option Minimum duration Maximum duration
Full-time 3 YEARS  
Part-time 4 YEARS  
Course leader Meera Furtado

About the course and its strategy towards teaching and learning and towards blended learning/e-learning

COURSE OUTCOMES OF THE TEACHING AND LEARNING STRATEGY
The course, which is delivered by highly qualified academics and practitioners, has been devised with reference to the subject benchmark statement for Law developed by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education. The subject specific knowledge and skills, cognitive abilities and non-subject specific skills outlined in the benchmark statement are referenced in the relevant sections of this course document.

The course provides a rigorous programme including the foundation core modules needed for a qualifying law degree, and optional modules covering a wide range of legal issues and interests.

The Teaching and Learning strategy of the LLB, Law with International Relations is designed to ensure that the following key outcomes are achieved:

• To comply with – or improve on - the benchmarks set out by the Joint Academic Stage Board of the Solicitors Regulation Authority and the Bar Standards Board, and by the Quality Assurance Agency;
• To encourage the acquisition and understanding of knowledge by students, engendering an enthusiasm for the subject and life-skills learning, including the progression from surface learning to deep learning;
• To facilitate students in developing independent skills and responsibilities for their own learning;
• Incrementally to strengthen the subject specific knowledge and practical legal skills gained by students, to ensure that they are equipped successfully to thrive in the professional workplace, whether they enter the legal profession, or any other graduate sector where their transferable skills would be a transformative asset.
TEACHING AND LEARNING METHODS
This degree draws on the university’s reputation for pedagogical innovation, as well as utilising traditional teaching methods. The latter includes a mixture of lectures, seminars, and workshops. Within this a combination of whole group, small group, student-led and tutor-led teaching occurs. This can include face-to-face teaching and discussion, but there is also an increasing emphasis on the use of blended learning opportunities.
Apart from being excellent pedagogic practice, our emphasis on blended learning – and on a complementary wide range of assessment techniques – is particularly appropriate to enable our diverse student population to achieve their goals and aspirations without prejudice to their cultural, social or educational backgrounds, or to their need to engage in paid employment during their studies.

Specific teaching/learning strategies and methods which are used include:
Lectures
• Introduce students to legal rules and concepts;
• Explain to students how legal rules operate in, have effect on, and are affected by their context;
• Examine the social, political and ethical dimensions within which legal rules operate;
• Inform students of the latest developments in substantive law and procedure;
• Through a range of guest speakers from the professional sector, to enhance the working knowledge of the students of professional practice and career opportunities.

Seminars/ Workshops
• Enable students to gain a deeper understanding of the matters introduced in the lectures;
• Enable students to lead and contribute to discussion and debate on contemporary issues within the relevant legal field;
• Enable students to present – and gain feedback and feedforward on – answers to both case-study based and theoretical problems, such as they may be asked to research and analyse in their summative assessments or in professional practice;
• Develop skills of critical analysis, problem solving and synthesis of legal materials;
• Develop skills of group and team work;
• Develop oral presentation and advocacy skills.
Independent Study
• Develop skills in research and analysis of primary and secondary sources, using both the traditional library, the e-library and the professional legal databases;
• Develop self-management skills, personal study discipline and entrepreneurship;
• Develop critical reflection and self-assessment skills.
Virtual Learning
Although the course is not by distance-learning, and physical attendance at the university is a requirement for the lectures and seminars, we facilitate the students as much as possible to study at their own pace in their own time away from the campus.
Many modules are therefore ‘paper free’, with learning materials and resources being placed on relevant module WebLearn sites, e.g. lecture notes, module handbooks, video links, recorded lectures, podcasts, original documents, and blogs. Some teaching staff utilise electronic feedback, the electronic submission of formative assessments, and online office hours.
Experiential Learning
Students are encouraged to experience work-related practice both through the formal curriculum and through extra-curricula activities.
• All students must undertake a 15-credit practical work-related module;
• All students may enter the annual mooting competitions, where they are coached by barristers and solicitors in advocacy on a one-to-one basis in the realistic environment of the mock-courtroom;
• Students are encouraged to visit the multitude of local courts and tribunals – both civil and criminal – to witness the law in action;
• Students are encouraged and assisted to participate in Pro Bono activities outside the university.
Skills Training
Transferable skills pervade every module, including those identified in the QAA Subject Benchmark for Law. These include both practical and intellectual skills, as specified in the Course Learning Outcomes below (at part 11).

Course aims

The course aims:

• To deliver an academically rigorous legal education.

• To deliver an academically rigorous education in international relations.

• To provide a wide range of optional modules in addition to the international relations and law core subjects to allow students to pursue and develop their own interests.

• To develop a detailed understanding of legal rules, their contexts and application, as well as developing transferable skills in communication, independent research, teamwork and public speaking.

• To enable students to acquire the legal and transferable skills set out in the QAA Subject Benchmark Statement for Law and the statements issued by the Joint Academic Stage Board of the Bar Standards Board and the Solicitors Regulation Authority. This will give students the necessary qualifications to proceed to the vocational law courses (Legal Practice Course and Bar Professional Training Course) to train as professional lawyers.

• To enhance the employability of students, including those who do not intend to practise as a barrister or solicitor, but who wish to enter other employment where legal and/ or political knowledge is useful.

• To acquaint students with a range of employment avenues both in the legal profession and in those professions into which legal qualifications and skills are transferable.

• To develop the students’ skills of independent legal research, analysis and presentation.

• To develop students’ facility of critical thinking through taught provision and independent research.

• To develop and instil ways of thinking that are intrinsic to the study of law. These include an appreciation of the complexity of legal concepts, ethics, rules and an awareness of the importance of principles of justice and the rule of law.

• To assist students in evaluating their learning and embedding personal development in their professional practice in research/project activities.

Course learning outcomes

On successful completion of this course, the following learning outcomes will have been achieved.

Intellectual Skills

The students are expected to develop the following intellectual skills in the course:

1. Knowledge and understanding of legal rules, theories and concepts;
2. An understanding of how legal rules operate in, have effect on, and are affected by, their context;
3. Awareness of the social, political, economic and ethical dimensions within which legal rules operate;
4. Intellectual independence, including the ability to ask and answer cogent questions about law and legal systems;
5. The ability to effect a critical analyse of legal issues;
6. The ability to conduct self-directed research, including the accurate identification of issues and the evaluation of relevant material from appropriate sources;
7. The skill of synthesis in reading and categorising a variety of legal materials;
8. The ability to analyse and evaluate recent developments in substantive law and legal procedure;
9. The ability to analyse and advise on practical legal case studies;
10. The knowledge and understanding of theories, values, principles and rules of public and private laws within an institutional, national, and global context
11. Engagement in personal and professional development and academic integrity.


Transferable Skills

The students are expected to develop the following transferable skills in the course:

12. Written communication skills;
13. Oral communication skills;
14. IT skills;
15. Problem-solving skills;
16. The ability to work effectively as part of a team, or independently (teamwork skills);
17. The ability to evaluate and apply appropriate data (numeracy skills).

Practical Skills

The students are expected to develop the following practical skills in the course:

18. The ability to use IT to access legal materials from legal databases;
19. The ability to conduct research to find solutions to legal problems;
20. The ability to present oral arguments to debate legal problems;
21. The ability to present written arguments to discuss and resolve legal problems

Course learning outcomes / Module cross reference

Course learning outcome (list all) Met by module aim/learning outcome (list all relevant module titles)
Knowledge and understanding – intellectual skills

1. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the nature and significance of international relations and the global context of world politics GI4005; GI5005; GI5065; GI5066;
GI6066

2.Demonstrate an understanding of how legal rules operate in, have effect on, and are affected by, their context;

LL4001; L4002; LL4004; LL5001;
LL5003; LL5004; LL5006; LL5007;
LL5050; LL5W51; MN5W50; LL5051;
LL5052; LL6001; LL6002; LL6003;
LL6004; LL6005; LL6006; LL6008;
LL6009; LL6050; LL6051; LL6053;
LL6054; LL6P01; LL6P51; LL6W51;
MN6W50; LL6XX1; LL605XX;
(CC-LL6007; LL6055; LL6056;
LL6057)
3. Demonstrate awareness of the social, political, economic and ethical dimensions within which legal rules operate LL4001; L4002; LL4004; LL5001;
LL5003; LL5004; LL5006; LL5007;
LL5050; LL5W51; MN5W50; LL5051;
LL5052; LL6001; LL6002; LL6003;
LL6004; LL6005; LL6006; LL6008;
LL6009; LL6050; LL6051; LL6053;
LL6054; LL6P01; LL6P51; LL6W51;
MN6W50; LL6XX1; LL605XX;
(CC-LL6007; LL6055; LL6056;
LL6057) LL6054; LL6P01; LL6P51; LL6W51;
MN6W50; LL6XX1; LL605XX;
(CC-LL6007; LL6055; LL6056;
4. Demonstrate intellectual independence including the ability to ask and answer cogent questions about law and legal systems;
LL4001; L4002; LL4004; LL5001;
LL5003; LL5004; LL5006; LL5007;
LL5050; LL5W51; MN5W50; LL5051;
LL5052; LL6001; LL6002; LL6003;
LL6004; LL6005; LL6006; LL6008;
LL6009; LL6050; LL6051; LL6053;
LL6054; LL6P01; LL6P51; LL6W51;
MN6W50; LL6XX1; LL605XX;
(CC-LL6007; LL6055; LL6056;
LL6057)
5. Critically analyse legal issues;
LL4001; L4002; LL4004; LL5001;
LL5003; LL5004; LL5006; LL5007;
LL5050; LL5W51; MN5W50; LL5051;
LL5052; LL6001; LL6002; LL6003;
LL6004; LL6005; LL6006; LL6008;
LL6009; LL6050; LL6051; LL6053;
LL6054; LL6P01; LL6P51; LL6W51;
MN6W50; LL6XX1; LL605XX;
(CC-LL6007; LL6055; LL6056;
LL6057)
6.
Demonstrate the ability to conduct self-directed research including accurate identification of issue(s), evaluation of relevant material from appropriate sources;

LL4001; L4002; LL4004; LL5001;
LL5003; LL5004; LL5006; LL5007;
LL5050; LL5W51; MN5W50; LL5051;
LL5052; LL6001; LL6002; LL6003;
LL6004; LL6005; LL6006; LL6008;
LL6009; LL6050; LL6051; LL6053;
LL6054; LL6P01; LL6P51; LL6W51;
MN6W50; LL6XX1; LL605XX;
(CC-LL6007; LL6055; LL6056;
LL6057)
7. Demonstrate the skill of synthesis in reading and categorising a variety of legal materials LL4001; L4002; LL4004; LL5001;
LL5003; LL5004; LL5006; LL5007;
LL5050; LL5W51; MN5W50; LL5051;
LL5052; LL6001; LL6002; LL6003;
LL6004; LL6005; LL6006; LL6008;
LL6009; LL6050; LL6051; LL6053;
LL6054; LL6P01; LL6P51; LL6W51;
MN6W50; LL6XX1; LL605XX;
(CC-LL6007; LL6055; LL6056;
LL6057)
8. Analyse and evaluate recent developments in substantive law and legal procedure;
LL4001; L4002; LL4004; LL5001;
LL5003; LL5004; LL5006; LL5007;
LL5050; LL5W51; MN5W50; LL5051;
LL5052; LL6001; LL6002; LL6003;
LL6004; LL6005; LL6006; LL6008;
LL6009; LL6050; LL6051; LL6053;
LL6054; LL6P01; LL6P51; LL6W51;
MN6W50; LL6XX1; LL605XX;
(CC-LL6007; LL6055; LL6056;
LL6057)
9. Demonstrate the ability to analyse and advise on practical legal case studies;

LL4001; L4002; LL4004; LL5001;
LL5003; LL5004; LL5006; LL5007;
LL5050; LL5W51; MN5W50; LL5051;
LL5052; LL6001; LL6002; LL6003;
LL6004; LL6005; LL6006; LL6008;
LL6009; LL6050; LL6051; LL6053;
LL6054; LL6P01; LL6P51; LL6W51;
MN6W50; LL6XX1; LL605XX;
(CC-LL6007; LL6055; LL6056;
LL6057)
10. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of theories, values, principles and rules of public and private laws within an institutional, national, and global context
LL4001; L4002; LL4004; LL5001;
LL5003; LL5004; LL5006; LL5007;
LL5050; LL5W51; MN5W50; LL5051;
LL5052; LL6001; LL6002; LL6003;
LL6004; LL6005; LL6006; LL6008;
LL6009; LL6050; LL6051; LL6053;
LL6054; LL6P01; LL6P51; LL6W51;
MN6W50; LL6XX1; LL605XX;
(CC-LL6007; LL6055; LL6056;
LL6057)
11. Engage in their own personal and professional development and academic integrity LL4001; L4002; LL4004; LL5001;
LL5003; LL5004; LL5006; LL5007;
LL5050; LL5W51; MN5W50; LL5051;
LL5052; LL6001; LL6002; LL6003;
LL6004; LL6005; LL6006; LL6008;
LL6009; LL6050; LL6051; LL6053;
LL6054; LL6P01; LL6P51; LL6W51;
MN6W50; LL6XX1; LL605XX;
(CC-LL6007; LL6055; LL6056;
LL6057)
Transferable skills

The students also expected to develop the following transferable skills in the course:

12. written communication skills;

LL4001; L4002; LL4004; LL5001;
LL5003; LL5004; LL5006; LL5007;
LL5050; LL5W51; MN5W50; LL5051;
LL5052; LL6001; LL6002; LL6003;
LL6004; LL6005; LL6006; LL6008;
LL6009; LL6050; LL6051; LL6053;
LL6054; LL6P01; LL6P51; LL6W51;
MN6W50; LL6XX1; LL605XX;
(CC-LL6007; LL6055; LL6056;
LL6057)
13. oral communication skills;
LL4001; L4002; LL4004; LL5001;
LL5003; LL5004; LL5006; LL5007;
LL5050; LL5W51; MN5W50; LL5051;
LL5052; LL6001; LL6002; LL6003;
LL6004; LL6005; LL6006; LL6008;
LL6009; LL6050; LL6051; LL6053;
LL6054; LL6P01; LL6P51; LL6W51;
MN6W50; LL6XX1; LL605XX;
(CC-LL6007; LL6055; LL6056;
LL6057)
14. IT skills: LL4001; L4002; LL4004; LL5001;
LL5003; LL5004; LL5006; LL5007;
LL5050; LL5W51; MN5W50; LL5051;
LL5052; LL6001; LL6002; LL6003;
LL6004; LL6005; LL6006; LL6008;
LL6009; LL6050; LL6051; LL6053;
LL6054; LL6P01; LL6P51; LL6W51;
MN6W50; LL6XX1; LL605XX;
(CC-LL6007; LL6055; LL6056;
LL6057)

15. problem-solving skills; LL4001; L4002; LL4004; LL5001;
LL5003; LL5004; LL5006; LL5007;
LL5050; LL5W51; MN5W50; LL5051;
LL5052; LL6001; LL6002; LL6003;
LL6004; LL6005; LL6006; LL6008;
LL6009; LL6050; LL6051; LL6053;
LL6054; LL6P01; LL6P51; LL6W51;
MN6W50; LL6XX1; LL605XX;
(CC-LL6007; LL6055; LL6056;
LL6057)
16. Work effectively as part of a team (teamwork skills);
LL4001; L4002; LL4004; LL5001;
LL5003; LL5004; LL5006;
LL5XX2; LL6002; LL6008; LL6050;
LL6051; LL6054; LL6011;
17. Evaluate and apply appropriate data (numeracy skills).
LL4001; LL5004; LL5006; LL5007;
LL6001; LL6006; LL6009; LL6011
Practical skills
18. the ability to use IT to access legal materials from legal databases;
LL4001; L4002; LL4004; LL5001;
LL5003; LL5004; LL5006; LL5007;
LL5050; LL5W51; MN5W50; LL5051;
LL5052; LL6001; LL6002; LL6003;
LL6004; LL6005; LL6006; LL6008;
LL6009; LL6050; LL6051; LL6053;
LL6054; LL6P01; LL6P51; LL6W51;
MN6W50; LL6XX1; LL605XX;
(CC-LL6007; LL6055; LL6056;
LL6057)

19. the ability to do research to find solutions to legal problems; LL4001; L4002; LL4004; LL5001;
LL5003; LL5004; LL5006; LL5007;
LL5050; LL5W51; MN5W50; LL5051;
LL5052; LL6001; LL6002; LL6003;
LL6004; LL6005; LL6006; LL6008;
LL6009; LL6050; LL6051; LL6053;
LL6054; LL6P01; LL6P51; LL6W51;
MN6W50; LL6XX1; LL605XX;
(CC-LL6007; LL6055; LL6056;
LL6057)
20. the ability to present oral arguments to solve legal problems;
LL4001; L4002; LL4004; LL5001;
LL5003; LL5004; LL5006; LL5007;
LL5050; LL5W51; MN5W50; LL5051;
LL5052; LL6001; LL6002; LL6003;
LL6004; LL6005; LL6006; LL6008;
LL6009; LL6050; LL6051; LL6053;
LL6054; LL6P01; LL6P51; LL6W51;
MN6W50; LL6XX1; LL605XX;
(CC-LL6007; LL6055; LL6056;
LL6057)

Principle QAA benchmark statements

Law 2015

Assessment strategy

The range of assessment methods to be employed on this course reflects the range of skills required by the discipline of law and the standards expected. They will include examinations (unseen, part-seen and wholly seen), essays and problem question coursework, oral presentations, advocacy, independent research papers, on-line diagnostic tests, multiple-choice tests, projects, research exercises, oral assessments and group presentations.

An assessment strategy has been designed to ensure a reasonable spread of contributory summative assessment.

In line with our policy on facilitating formative feedback and feedforward to students, the assessment strategy is designed to provide formative feedback on a piece of contributing summary assessment before another summative component is due to be submitted. At Level 4 students will have the opportunity to reflect on their learning process and engagement through the completion of a formative assessment in week 2.

Module assessment is thus varied and generally does not comprise 100% written examinations/in-class tests, unless this is required by professional bodies.

Students are encouraged to work in teams as this enables students to learn from each other and develop important team work skills.

Organised work experience, work based learning, sandwich year or year abroad

Students are able to experience the legal environment through the compulsory work related learning element at Level 5 or Level 6 of their course programme.

Students will undertake accredited work-related learning (in the form of either a work placement, a ‘live’ project with a partner organisation, or by planning to set up a small business) as a core, compulsory element in the second or third year of the course programme.

Work-related learning provides students with:
• the experience of a competitive recruitment process or pitch for an opportunity;
• a work-related experience or project which impacts a real organisation;
• assessment and feedback/feedforward on their reflections on their experience of the work-related learning and planning for their future career.

Where possible, through the dedicated placements and careers teams, students will be supported in finding suitable opportunities which can be either be a placement, part-time role or ’live’ project for an external organisation untaken within the university.

The suitability of the opportunities will be assessed by the module leader on an individual basis. It is the student’s responsibility to apply for opportunities and engage with the relevant University personnel who will assist them in gaining a suitable role.

Students may be able to utilise their existing part-time / vacation employment (whether or not this relates to their subject area), providing they can demonstrate that it is personally developmental and involves responsibility (decided upon submission of the role details by the module leader).

Modules required for interim awards

Certificate in Higher Education – all Level 4 core modules
Diploma in Higher Education – all Level 4 core modules and the three Level 5 cores plus either 30 credit option or 2 x Level 5 15 credits
Degree without Honours – all Level 4 modules and Level 5 cores and a further 30 credits at Level 5 plus at least 60 credits from Level 6 modules
Degree with Honours – all Level 4 modules and Level 5 core modules and a further 30 credits at Level 5 plus Level 6 core and further modules providing a total of 120 credits at Level 6.
Students must take a work placement module (or APEL).

Students wishing to for the QLD must take and pass Foundation modules within three attempts and within 6 years (FT)

Arrangements for promoting reflective learning and personal development

Reflective learning and personal development planning is introduced and developed through the Legal System module at Level 4 and is further developed and articulated through the core modules at all levels.

Further opportunity for reflective learning is presented in specific modules including the Work Placement, Dissertation and Extended Essay modules.

Independent and self-managed learning is introduced at Level 4 and encouraged and developed at all levels of the course.

Students are encouraged to engage in their own learning around the subject including engagement in extra-curricular activities, talks and pro bono work.

Career, employability and opportunities for continuing professional development

Many LLB graduates go on to train as a solicitor or barrister. As well as qualifying students for this next stage of training, the course also opens the door to many other graduate careers, including roles in business, media, voluntary organisations and NGOs. A number of students continue to postgraduate study (typically an LLM).
Throughout the degree, students will have the opportunity to gain relevant experience while studying though legal work placements, mooting and pro bono opportunities. Students studying this course are also eligible to join the Law Mentoring Programme, where students are paired with postgraduate London Met mentors in order to obtain support in relation to personal and professional development, selecting career paths, acquiring work experience and commercial awareness, and writing CVs and covering letters.


As part of the programme, participants are able to attend interactive careers workshops, postgraduate ‘taster’ sessions, and networking events, attended by students, London Met staff, and legal professionals, as well as our annual ‘Get Into Law’ day, where students are given the opportunity to hear from, and grill, a panel of legal professionals about their careers and how to get ahead in the legal profession.
Employability skills are also developed through extracurricular activities including presentations and events organised by the Mansfield Student Law Society and the careers service, together with work experience and networking with other students.
Career management is encouraged through reference to the relevant professional bodies, work experience and careers advice. Guidance and feedback from an individual personal development profile is provided to prepare you for a professional career. Our online vacancy system, Prospects Net illustrates opportunities for part-time, full-time, vacation and voluntary work.

Professional Statutory and Regulatory Body (PSRB) accreditations & exemptions

This course is recognised as a Qualifying Law Degree for progression to the Legal Practice Course (solicitors) or the Bar Professional Training Course (barristers).

Career opportunities

Legal work placements, mooting and pro bono opportunities enable you to gain relevant experience while studying. Many LLB graduates go on to train as a solicitor or barrister, but you could also pursue a career in fields including business, media, voluntary organisations or NGOs.

Employability skills are also developed through activities including presentations and events organised by the Mansfield Law Society and the careers service, ensuring you're well-equipped for the working world.

Entry requirements

In addition to the University's standard entry requirements, you should have:

  • for entry in the 2017-18 academic year: a minimum of grades BBC in three A levels (or a minimum of 112 UCAS points from an equivalent Level 3 qualification, eg Advanced Diploma)
  • GCSE English at grade C or above, or Higher Diploma (or equivalent)

All applicants must be able to demonstrate proficiency in the English language. Applicants who require a Tier 4 student visa may need to provide a Secure English Language Test (SELT) such as Academic IELTS. For more information about English qualifications please see our English language requirements.

Official use and codes

Approved to run from 2013/14 Specification version 1 Specification status Validated
Original validation date 11 Sep 2013 Last validation date 11 Sep 2013  
Sources of funding HE FUNDING COUNCIL FOR ENGLAND
JACS codes 100490 (international relations): 50% , 100485 (law): 50%
Route code LAWINR

Course Structure

Stage 1 Level 04 September start Offered

Code Module title Info Type Credits Location Period Day Time
GI4005 Introduction to International Relations Core 30 NORTH SPR+SUM TUE PM
          NORTH AUT+SPR MON PM
LL4001 Legal System Core 30 CITY SPR+SUM MON AM
          CITY AUT+SPR TUE AM
LL4002 Contract Law Core 30 CITY AUT+SPR WED AM
          CITY SPR+SUM TUE PM
LL4004 Criminal Law Core 30 CITY SPR+SUM THU PM
          CITY AUT+SPR FRI AM

Stage 2 Level 05 September start Offered

Code Module title Info Type Credits Location Period Day Time
LL5001 Public Law Core 30 CITY AUT+SPR THU PM
LL5003 Law of Tort Core 30 CITY AUT+SPR WED AM
LL5004 Property Law Core 30 CITY AUT+SPR MON AM
GI5005A Approaches to International Relations and Forei... Alt Core 15 NORTH AUT TUE PM
GI5005S Approaches to International Relations and Forei... Alt Core 15 NORTH SPR TUE PM
LL5W51 Work Placement for Professional Experience Alt Core 15 CITY AUT WED PM
          CITY SPR THU AM
          CITY SPR WED PM
          CITY AUT THU AM
MN5W50 Creating a Winning Business 1 Alt Core 15 CITY SPR WED PM
          CITY AUT WED PM
GI5005 Approaches to International Relations and Forei... Option 30 NORTH AUT+SPR TUE PM
GI5065 Shifting Global Power in the 21st Century Option 15 NORTH AUT WED AM
GI5066 Strategy in the Contemporary World Option 15 NORTH SPR WED AM
LL5006 Employment and Equality Law Option 30 CITY AUT+SPR MON PM
LL5007 Consumer Rights Law Option 30 CITY AUT+SPR MON PM
LL5050 Medical Law Option 15 CITY AUT TUE AM
LL5052 Law of Evidence Option 15 CITY AUT MON PM
LL5053 Law of Advocacy and Mooting Option 15 CITY SPR MON PM
XK0000 Extension of Knowledge Module Option 30 NORTH SPR    
          NORTH AUT    

Stage 3 Level 06 September start Offered

Code Module title Info Type Credits Location Period Day Time
LL6001 Equity and Trusts Core 30 CITY AUT+SPR TUE PM
LL6002 European Union Law Core 30 CITY AUT+SPR FRI PM
LL6W51 Work Placement for Professional Experience Alt Core 15 CITY SPR WED AM
          CITY SPR THU PM
          CITY AUT THU PM
          CITY AUT WED AM
MN6W50 Creating a Winning Business 2 Alt Core 15 CITY SPR WED PM
          CITY AUT WED PM
GI6064 African Politics Option 15 NORTH SPR TUE PM
GI6065 Latin American Politics Option 15 NORTH AUT TUE PM
GI6066 Action and Identity: Gender and Political Parti... Option 15 NORTH SPR WED AM
LL6003 Intellectual Property Law Option 30 CITY AUT+SPR WED AM
LL6004 Civil Liberties and Human Rights Option 30 CITY AUT+SPR TUE AM
LL6005 Public International Law Option 30 CITY AUT+SPR THU AM
LL6006 Company Law Option 30 CITY AUT+SPR THU AM
LL6008 Immigration and Asylum Law and Tribunals Option 30 CITY AUT+SPR WED AM
LL6009 Family and Child Law Option 30 CITY AUT+SPR FRI AM
LL6011 Law of International Trade Option 30 CITY AUT+SPR MON PM
LL6050 Jurisprudence Option 15 CITY SPR    
          CITY AUT MON AM
LL6051 Environmental Law Option 15 CITY AUT MON AM
          CITY SPR    
LL6053 Landlord and Tenant Law Option 15 CITY AUT THU PM
LL6054 Penal Policy Option 15 CITY SPR THU PM
LL6P01 Law Dissertation Option 30 CITY AUT+SPR MON AM
LL6P51 Law Extended Essay Option 15 CITY AUT+SPR MON AM