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Full time & Part time September LLM 1 year full-time / 2 years part-time
Law (22)

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Embark on your journey to becoming a qualified solicitor with the LLM Professional Practice (SQE) programme at the University of South Wales. Tailored for both law and non-law graduates, this unique pathway prepares you for the Solicitors Qualification Examination (SQE) while earning an esteemed LLM qualification. Delve into the Functioning Legal Knowledge (FLK) essentials for SQE1, covering a wide array of legal subjects. Enhance your legal skills through practical workshops and gain hands-on experience in the award-winning Legal Advice Clinic. Choose from a range of optional modules to tailor your learning experience, from Child Protection to Mergers and Acquisitions. Benefit from state-of-the-art facilities including a fully equipped courtroom and a legal practice library. With a blended learning approach and flexible study options, you'll be equipped to excel in the legal profession. Secure your spot by holding an undergraduate degree of class 2:2 or above and join the ranks of aspiring solicitors. Unlock your potential with USW's LLM Professional Practice (SQE) programme.

About the course

The LLM Professional Practice with a Solicitors Qualification Examination (SQE) pathway offers you the opportunity to prepare for SQE1, obtain an introduction to SQE2 legal skills and acquire some Qualifying Work Experience (QWE). In the process, you will gain an internationally recognised LLM qualification.

We are currently the only SQE preparation course that covers the FLK1 subjects, FLK2 subjects, an introduction to SQE2 and some QWE for both law and non-law graduate students.

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You will develop an in-depth understanding of the relevant Functioning Legal Knowledge (FLK) required for SQE1, as follows:

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Entry Requirements

Students must achieve an undergraduate degree of class 2:2 or above and will then be placed into either the law graduate or non-law graduate stream.

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