UEA Law School offers four innovative and academically stimulating law degrees that cover the legal systems of the UK and France, as well as the rest of Europe and the US. As well as being academically rigorous, our courses train students in the skills they will need as lawyers as well as in general “transferable” skills, both of which will be built upon throughout the LLB Law degree with a variety of modules incorporating teaching methods such as problem based learning, small group exercises and class presentations. We offer a wide range of optional modules and students also have an opportunity to hone their skills further through the exciting range of extra-curricular activities offered within the Law School.


Qualification: LLB
A Level: AAB
International Baccalaureate: 33
Scottish Highers: with One Advanced Higher preferred
Scottish Advanced Highers: AAB (acceptable on its own or in conjunction with other qualifications)
Irish Leaving Certificate: AAAABB
Access Course: Pass with Distinction in 45 credits at level 3 in a related subject
BTEC: DDD in a related subject
European Baccalaureate: 80%



Salidas profesionales

We produce highly employable students due to the programmes and opportunities we offer. The School enjoys excellent links with our alumni and our courses place a strong emphasis on employability, with a focus on mentoring, internships and transferable skills.

We maintain and develop excellent relationships with the wider legal community and beyond.
Employment features as a fundamental part of the curriculum with an active focus on Law in Practice (which develops career management skills).
The Legal Method, Skills and Reasoning module help develop useful transferable skills.
The School has one of the largest internship programmes of any law school in the UK with 40 places kept solely for UEA law students and a number of scholarships and prizes from law firms.
The Mentor Scheme matches second year students with established barristers and solicitors.

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