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LLB Law with Study in Continental Europe

Course overview

LLB Law with Study in Continental Europe ()

Course duration

4 year(s) full-time

Part-time study is not available for this course

Application method

Full-time: Entry by transfer

You can only transfer to this course after 1 year of study on LLB Law (UCAS code M100). You cannot apply as an external candidate.

Fees

£9,250 per year, home students

£22,200 per year, international students

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Location

Clifton campus, Placements

Law is a global profession. An understanding of more than one legal system, language and culture can open up a world of opportunity.

This four-year degree course is an expansion of our LLB Law, with the addition of a year abroad at one of our partner universities. Currently, we partner with institutions in Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland and Spain.* To find out more about studying abroad, visit Global Opportunities.

A broader cultural experience, living in another country and the ability to articulate the benefits of different legal systems will see you graduate with a valuable skill set ideally tailored to the globalised workplace and sought after by leading employers.

You can apply to transfer to our Study Abroad degree from the LLB at the end of your first year. Selection is on the basis of first-year results and language ability if you plan to study in a country where you will not be taught in English (various options to study in English are also available).

Second-year units provide the opportunity to deepen your legal knowledge and focus on legal themes that interest you most. Typically, you will spend your third year abroad studying the law of the country you are visiting.

An exciting range of optional units will help specialise further in your final year at Bristol. Inspired by their year abroad, many students choose units suited to global law firms and international organisations, such as business and finance, environmental, human rights or technology law – subjects that may open doors to top-flight careers across the world. Your final-year dissertation provides an opportunity to engage critically with your chosen topic.

Accreditation

The routes to qualification for solicitors and barristers have changed. For more information visit the Solicitors Regulation Authority or the Bar Standards Board.

*Our international partnerships are reviewed annually. Please check for the 2022/23 update before applying.

Course structure

Full details about the course structure and units for this course can be viewed in the programme catalogue.

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Entry requirements

Applicants must also meet these requirements

GCSE profile requirements

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English language requirements

If English is not your first language, you need to have one of the following:

Further information about English language requirements and profile levels

Additional requirements

LNAT, the National Admissions Test for Law, is required. See the LNAT website for details.

Selection process

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