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Law LLB (Hons)

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What is Law LLB (Hons)?

Explore the fundamental principles of law in England and Wales on a law degree designed to enable prospective lawyers to obtain the legal knowledge, skills and attributes needed to pursue a career in law, aligned with the Solicitors Regulation Authority and Bar Standards Board Common Protocol.

You’ll take part in engaging and stimulating teaching through our interactive and challenging teaching sessions. You’ll gain knowledge and skills in key areas such as legal methods, constitutional law, criminal law and property law. You can also specialise in a range of subjects including family law, company law, intellectual property law and human rights depending on your area of interest.

We’re ranked 18th in the UK for student satisfaction in Law and 13th for graduate prospects according to the Complete University Guide 2021.

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Study style

Through lectures, seminars and group work, you’ll put your learning to the test in class debates and mooting sessions. You’ll learn how to argue a case effectively in court, interview clients and negotiate agreements, benefitting from simulated trials and tribunals in our Moot Court Room. You can also take part in both internal and external mooting competitions and become part of our successful alumni of previous winners

You could spend a year on placement through the four year sandwich course option. You can also gain work experience throughout your studies, for example as a result of our collaboration with a local law firm on our Family Law module.

Put your theory into practice by advising real life clients as part of our assessed Law Clinic. You’ll have the opportunity to shadow a solicitor offering legal advice. All focused on perfectly preparing you for when you graduate.

Law clinic

The University of Gloucestershire Law Clinic offers pro bono legal advice to business and members of the local community, including charities, staff and students. Students can become Legal Advisors and can assist with real cases, under the supervision of a practising solicitor.

Becoming a Legal Advisor is an invaluable opportunity to take part in experiential learning, enhance your attributes and competencies, and become career-ready.

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Entry requirements

    • 112 UCAS tariff points, BBC at A levels, DMM at BTEC or a Merit in your T-Level..

      If you are using a combination of qualifications to achieve the required UCAS tariff points, they must either include at least 2 A levels, a BTEC or an equivalent qualification.

      If you are unsure whether we could make you an offer or you have any questions, just get in touch with our admissions team who will be able to advise you.

    • English Language or Literature and Maths Grade 4/C in GCSE (or equivalent) are normally required.

    • This course is available with an integrated foundation year to help you prepare. A degree with an integrated foundation year starts your studies with a year spent learning the skills required to progress onto a full honours degree. You will develop valuable study skills, communication, team work and problem-solving techniques which help to build your confidence and prepare you for the rest of your course.

      Typical offers
      48 UCAS tariff points, DD at A levels, PPP at BTEC or a Pass in your T Level.

      Grade C/4 in English Language/Literature and Mathematics, or equivalent (e.g. Level 2 Functional Skills).

    • We welcome applications from mature students (aged 21 and over) and do not necessarily require the same academic qualifications as school leaving applicants, although some entry requirements may still apply for Professionally Accredited Courses. We accept Access to Higher Education Diplomas and make offers on an individual basis.

Course modules


Fees and costs

See the further details of fees and potential extra costs when studying a course at the University of Gloucestershire.
Start date Location UCAS code Fee (UK)
per year
Fee (international)
per year
Sep 2022 Oxstalls, Gloucester M100 £9,250 £15,000
Sep 2023 Oxstalls, Gloucester M100 TBC TBC
Sep 2024 Oxstalls, Gloucester M100 TBC TBC

Possible careers

Graduates from this course can go on to work as:

  • Solicitor
  • Barrister
  • Politician or Government Official
  • Police Officer
  • Prison Service Officer
  • Probation Service Officer
  • Civil Servant
  • Legal Executive
  • Charity Worker.

Industry links

You’ll have access to real-world business experiences and challenges.
Our excellent professional links provide you with the opportunity to meet and network with local lawyers and legal professionals.

Solicitors in private practice, barristers, judges and in-house lawyers from large organisations such as HSBC and NATO will deliver inspiring lectures and give you real insight.

You can also visit the Supreme Court, Inns of Court, Parliament and city law firms. Real world application is embedded throughout your degree and you can take part in simulated trials and tribunals as well as mooting competitions.


Get ahead with extra-curricular skills

In addition to your personal tutor assisting with your academic programme, they will help you identify extra-curricular opportunities to gain wider life skills. For example, placements, voluntary work, clubs, societies, sports and lots more. So not only do you graduate with a qualifying law degree, you’ll have practical legal experience, plus a wider exposure to life overall.

Law students plractising in the moot court room

Successful students

Our graduates have gone on to work for leading law firms across Bristol, Birmingham and London including the Magic Circle as well as for major consulting firms. One of our recent graduates also won the coveted Inns of Court scholarship to train as a barrister.

Students on Law with Business course doing practical courtroom session in moot room at Oxstalls campus

ThreeSixty student consultancy

Students on this course will have the chance to get involved with our new student consultancy, ThreeSixty. Based at our state-of-the-art School of Business, you’ll get the opportunity to develop your graduate competencies and attributes by working with business, third sector and individuals on a consultancy basis, solving their challenges.

The Business School at Oxstalls campus
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Ranked in the top 20 in the UK for feedback satisfaction

Our Law courses are ranked in the top 20 in the UK for feedback satisfaction by the Guardian University Guide 2022.

Trips and experiences

You can visit the Supreme Court, Inns of Court, Parliament and city law firms.



Duration – 30 hours, in Level 4

Location – short-term placements are generally UK-based

Placement support – you’ll have access to guidance from the Placements Team throughout your placement search, and for the duration of your placement. You can either source your own placement or get support from the Placements Team and your lecturers.


"They truly want every student to succeed"

“I would say it is the lecturer support that made such a difference for me during my time at UoG. Whether it is due to small class sizes, their office open-door policy, or just their nature, they truly want every student to succeed and will go above and beyond to assist them.”

Natalie Warren, Law student

Law student in th moot court room

"Our primary focus is on ensuring students enjoy their studies"

“At the University of Gloucestershire, those studying law will benefit from intellectually stimulating teaching, one-to-one student support from academic staff and a diverse range of assessment and extra-curricular opportunities. Our primary focus is on ensuring students enjoy their studies and graduate with the range of employability skills needed to succeed in their careers.”

Lottie Park-Morton, Senior Lecturer in Law

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