Years 1 and 2 consist of the 7 core modules of a qualifying Law degree; Contract Law, Criminal Law, Land Law, Equity and Trusts, EU Law, Law of Tort and Public Law.
Year 3 consists entirely of both optional Law modules and History modules, giving you the freedom to shape your own learning experience and concentrate on your areas of interest.
Each student is assigned an Academic Mentor to help with:
- Academic Guidance
- Personal Development Planning
- Guidance on finding help with Personal Issues (which affect your wellbeing, attendance, and progress through University)
There are also student representatives in each year of our law programme as well as a School representative for undergraduate students. The school also has a dedicated student information office who will be able to offer academic assistance throughout your studies.
Meet your fellow students and take part in a variety of social opportunities by joining the Student Law Society, the History Society and/or the Student Bar Society, which are all run for students, by students.
This course is recognised by the Bar Council of India if certain conditions are satisfied.