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Bar Vocational Studies (Part-time) - PgDip/LLM


City, University of London The City Law School

Part time September LLM, PgDip 2 years part-time

About the course

We understand at City that you may want to study for the Bar alongside work, family and other commitments and our two-year part-time programme allows you to do just that.

Who is it for?

Whichever of the three routes you take, the part-time course is perfect if you want to study for the Bar alongside other commitments, whether as a first career choice or as a career change. It can also be a perfect platform for combining legal skills with other professional qualifications.

The Bar Vocational Studies part-time programme will particularly appeal if you want all the benefits of the full-time course, but the ability to choose when and where you study.

You will have a regular class structure to motivate your study and help you achieve your goals and access to a carefully designed digital platform

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Entry Requirements

The minimum entry requirement is an undergraduate degree classified as not less than a lower-second class honours (2:2) or equivalent. This can be either a law degree or a non-law degree plus further graduate/postgraduate study in Law and in either case must cover the seven foundations of legal knowledge and satisfy the Professional Statement competence. The Bar Standards Board can advise on non-standard qualifications.


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