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i-LLB (Hons) Law Degree

Next intake:
  • September 2016, September 2017
  • 4 years part-time
  • £4,500 per annum

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The i-LLB is a Qualifying Law Degree which equips students with the modern legal theory and practical skills needed to build a career in law, the wider legal sector and other business disciplines.

The University of Law has over 100 years' experience in training professionals. The LLB, or Bachelor of Laws, is an internationally recognised qualification from a UK institution. As a student you’ll receive tuition from tutors with years of practical experience working as solicitors, barristers, or judges. The i-LLB provides aspiring lawyers and non-legal professionals alike with the tools needed to attract the world’s leading employers.

As an online student you’ll be able to access our engaging learning resources, consult with the University’s most experienced tutors, and network with your peers from anywhere in the world.

Learning Outcomes

The i-LLB will focus on the following learning outcomes:

  • Attaining an in-depth understanding of modern legal theory
  • Acquiring practical legal skills which you can apply at work
  • Legal writing and oral presentations of your research findings
  • Gaining employability skills in career research, CV writing and interview practice
  • Developing analytical, problem solving, and communication competencies 

To earn the i-LLB qualification you will need to complete four years of part-time study. Each of the four years is comprised of two semesters, and each semester is made up of two modules. During year three and year four you will study an additional summer term. At the end of each semester you will be required to complete assessments, which can include examinations, coursework, and online oral presentations.

Online delivery of the i-LLB is designed to provide you with a high standard of innovative learning within a contemporary context. Once enrolled, you will benefit from:

  • 24/7 access to the e-learning platform and all study resources
  • HD video clips which you can stream on-the-go
  • Case studies drawn from real-life scenarios to hone in on practical skills
  • Dedicated and ongoing tutor support, guidance, and feedback
  • Employability workshops which cover career research, CV writing, and interview techniques
  • Networking opportunities with students and mentors from all over the world

Having successfully completed the programme you will receive an accredited Bachelor of Laws degree from The University of Law.

The course starts with a one-week online induction. You will study two modules each semester, worth 20 credits each. Each semester is 15 weeks long, including 12 weeks of tuition, one week for consolidation/revision, and two weeks to complete the assessment. During year three and year four you will study an additional summer term.

Year One: 31 study weeks
(including one-week online induction)
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Semester 1 - 40 credits
Legal Method & Ethics (20 credits)
Academic & Professional Skills (20 credits)

Semester 2 – 40 credits
Public Law (20 credits)
European Union Law (20 credits)

Year Two: 30 study weeks read more

Semester 1 – 40 credits
Law of Contract (20 credits)
Law of Tort (20 credits)

Semester 2 – 40 credits
Criminal Law (20 credits)
Law of Organisations (20 credits)

Year Three: 38 study weeks
(including summer term of eight weeks)
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Semester 1 – 40 credits
Land Law (20 credits)
Actions (20 credits)

Semester 2 – 40 credits*
Option (20 credits)
Option (20 credits)

*All options are available subject to numbers.

Summer Term – 20 credits
Extended Essay Module

Year Four: 38 study weeks
(including summer term of eight weeks)
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Semester 1 – 40 credits
Equity & Trusts (20 credits)
Transactions (20 credits)

Semester 2 – 40 credits
Option - Wills & Succession (20 credits)
Option – Advanced Company Law (20 credits)

Summer Term – 20 credits
Option – Criminal Litigation & Evidence

You will receive 11 uniits of tuition per module via e-learning, which includes video clips, directed reading, tests and activities. Assessments will be carried out at the end of each semester via examination, coursework, and online oral presentations.

UK entry requirements
BBB at A level and Grade C or Grade 4 or above in GCSE Maths and English language, or equivalent qualifications

International entry requirements
An English language level equivalent to IELTS 6.5 or above, with a minimum of 6.0 in each component.

For information about funding for the i-LLB (Hons) Law degree programme, please visit The University of Law’s Undergraduate funding page.

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