Law Conversion with SQE Preparation LLM


University of Chichester    Law

Full time & Part time September LLM 1 year full-time (15 months with SQE top-up), 2 years part-time (30 with SQE top-up)
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Unleash your potential with our Law Conversion with SQE Preparation LLM programme. Dive into the intricate world of law, even with a non-law background, and pave your way to becoming a qualified Barrister or Solicitor. Choose your path by opting for or without SQE exam preparation, tailored to your career aspirations. Delve into modules covering Contract Law, Criminal Law, EU Law, and more, honing your legal expertise. Benefit from small group teaching, expert guidance, and a chance to undertake an independent research project. Our programme offers a unique blend of academic rigour and practical skills development, preparing you for the dynamic legal profession. With entry requirements of a 2.2 Honours degree or above, including non-UK degrees with a Bar Standards Board certificate, we ensure a diverse cohort of aspiring legal professionals. Join us to unlock a world of opportunities through mooting competitions, pro bono work, and more. Embrace the future of law with us.

About the course

Law exists to regulate pretty much everything we do, which is why it remains such a relevant and fascinating subject to study.

Our Master of Laws (LLM) degree will enable students who have achieved a degree in a subject other than Law to study the Foundations of Legal Knowledge.

This will enable you to meet the academic stage to qualify as a Barrister and provide legal understanding for the first Solicitors’ Qualifying Examination (SQE), for those who want to progress to a career in the legal profession.

Choose your route

You can choose to study our LLM Law Conversion course with or without the preparation for the SQE exam.

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Entry Requirements

Typical Offer (individual offers may vary):

Honours degree 2.2 or above. This qualification can be in any subject.

If an applicant has a non-UK degree and intends to qualify as a barrister, they should also have a certificate of academic standing from the Bar Standards Board.


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