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Main entry requirements
General Studies is not accepted.
You will also require GCSE English Language and GCSE Maths at grade 4 or above (for pre-2017 GCSEs, grade 4 equates to C grade). We will NOT accept other UK qualifications in place of GCSE English Language or GCSE Maths.
If your qualifications aren’t listed here, you can use our UCAS points guide of 120 and refer to the university’s website for full details of all entry routes and requirements.
% applicants receiving offers67%
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Tuition fee & financial support£9,250
Maximum annual fee for UK students. NHS-funded, sandwich or part-time course fees may vary.
If you live in:
- Scotland and go to a Scottish university, you won’t pay tuition fees
- Northern Ireland and go to an NI uni, you’ll pay £3,805 in tuition fees
- Wales you’ll pay £3,810 in fees and get a tuition fee grant to cover the rest
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Please note that the information set out on this website relates only to the full-time programme that commences in September 2018 The LLB Hons Law programme is a three-year degree. You will have the opportunity to study a range of specialist courses. The programme will equip you with practical transferable skills that will prepare you for future employment in a range of working environments. You will benefit from presentations by guest speakers and networking events with employers, professional bodies and alumni to help you with your career planning. You will also have access to workshops and events designed to assist you with your CV and job applications and in developing a professional digital presence. The School of Law has good links with a number of employers in London, including law firms, barristers’ chambers and financial institutions, through its well-established Law Advisory Forum. We have a long-standing record of providing opportunities for LLB Hons Law students to apply to be selected to take part in placements, internships and mentoring schemes with a variety of employers in the legal and regulatory sectors. LLB Hons Law students may apply to be selected to undertake pro bono work through various schemes run by the School, both on credit-bearing courses and as extracurricular activities. These include our Legal Advice Centre, winner of a 2015 LawWorks & Attorney General Student Pro Bono Award for its ‘tremendous impact on the community’. The centre enables students to work closely with volunteer lawyers and professionally qualified members of academic staff to provide advice to the public. The Innocence Project London is also run from the School of Law. Currently one of only ten international projects accepted as members of the US-based Innocence Network, and the only UK member, the project enables our students to apply to be selected to work on real cases concerning possible miscarriages of justice. This important work can lead to the submission of appeal applications to the Criminal Cases Review Commission. The school has a tradition of extracurricular activities, including a student-run Law Society. There are opportunities to take part in mooting, including competing to be part of the team entered for the OUP and BPP Mooting Competition against other university teams. Our LLB Hons Law students were finalists in the OUP and BPP National Mooting Competition 2014-15. Other competitions entered include the National Client Interviewing Competition. (Please note that all employability and extra-curricular opportunities listed above may be open only to certain students, and may require successfully passing a selection process.) The School of Law is proud of its continued high academic standards and the student experience it offers. Under the law subject area of the 2017 Complete University Guide and the 2016 Complete University Guide, of the universities listed in the London region, LLB Law at Greenwich was ranked first in the student satisfaction category. In addition, the LLB Hons Law programme at Greenwich has received excellent satisfaction ratings in the National Student Survey. In the 2014 and 2015 surveys respectively, for the LLB Hons Law programme, 97% and 96% of respondents indicated overall satisfaction.
From time to time we update our programmes, so the programme structure, mode, the courses and course structure and content can be subject to change from what is listed below. The availability of option courses also varies from year to year according to student preference, staff availability and may, for some courses, also depend on a student’s academic performance. Until the academic term immediately prior to the academic term in which an option is listed to run, we are not able to guarantee that an option listed will be available. In addition, please note that some courses may only be open to certain students and may also involve an application process which may include successfully passing a selection process to take the course. For these reasons, the structure (i.e. the mode(s), the courses and the course structure) of the programme shown in this information is shown for illustrative purposes only. Therefore, if your application is dependent upon studying a particular course (or courses), please contact the School of Law for advice at firstname.lastname@example.org **Year 1** * Public Law (30 credits) * Law of Contract (Level 4) (30 credits) * Crime and Problem Solving (15 credits) * Criminal Law 1 (15 credits) * Law in Practice (15 credits) * Civil Liberties (15 credits) OR Academic Writing for Legal Studies (15 credits) (NB choice of course taken by a student is made by the School of Law). **Year 2** * European Union Law (30 credits) * Land Law (Level 5) (30 credits) * Law of Torts (Level 5) (30 credits) * Criminal Law 2 (15 credits) * Advocacy and Professional Ethics (15 credits). **Year 3** * Equity and Trusts (30 credits) Plus a total of 90 credits (i.e. 3 courses) from: * Company and Partnership Law (30 credits) * Law of Evidence (30 credits) * Family Law (30 credits) * Intellectual Property Law (30 credits) * Project (Dissertation): LLB Law (30 credits) * Medicine and the Law (30 credits) * Human Rights Law (30 credits) * Competition Law (30 credits) * Law and the Environment (30 credits) * Legal Work Placement (30 credits) * Commercial Law (30 credits) * International Law (30 credits) * Miscarriages of Justice (30 credits)
The University of Greenwich offers students a chance to study at a choice of incredible locations on London’s doorstep. With a campus on a recognised World Heritage Site and our modern facilities in the new award–winning £76 million Stockwell Street development in the heart of Greenwich, open playing fields setting in Avery Hill in Eltham and the easily commutable Medway Campus in Chatham Maritime – the University of Greenwich has many advantages. And that’s without mentioning all the teaching, programmes, diversity, buzz and employment opportunities on offer.
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