Undergraduate degree courses in Law (LLB)

Undergraduate students at the University of Reading

Our core LLB degree (click on the link for more information):

We also have two further undergraduate programmes that build on our core LLB degree:

  • LLB Law with International Legal Studies: 4-year degree course with year abroad (by internal transfer from the LLB Law (M100) only). Please note that the LLB Law in International Legal Studies replaces our previous 4-year LLB Law with Legal Studies in Europe, which we have had to replace due to the uncertainties surrounding the Erasmus programme in light of Brexit.

  • LLB Law with Integrated Foundation Year for International Students: 4-year degree course with a foundation year and progression (subject to standard achieved in the foundation year) to the 3-year LLB Law (M100)

Our undergraduate degree courses cover the core areas of English law necessary for professional accreditation, while allowing you to tailor your studies to suit your own interests and ambitions. Core modules will focus on areas including criminal law, public law (constitutional and administrative law), equity and trusts, land law, legal skills and tort. Our wide range of optional modules spans areas including company law, criminal justice, criminology, employment law, environmental law, EU law, family law, human rights law, international law and medical law.

 

 

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