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LLB (Hons) Law, Accelerated Degree

is accelerated

Apply now to start in October 2024


2 years

Study mode

Full-time, lectures, seminars and workshops 3 days per week

Start date

Apply now to start in October 2024

Awarding Body

Wrexham University

Fees year 1

Home: £11,000
International: £15,000


Taught at our Central London campus

UCAS code


Entry Requirements

112 UCAS tariff points

Be work ready when you graduate

Law students can gain hands-on clinical experience by providing legal advice through the Bloomsbury Law Clinic.

What’s it like studying law

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Course details

Course Modules

Each module is worth 30 credits and all Level 4 modules are mandatory. There are four Level 4 modules and you will complete two modules in your first term of Year 1, and two in your second term of Year 1.

Law and the Legal System

Are you ready to start studying English law? This module provides a broad understanding of legal methods and systems, including:

  • the nature of law
  • classifications of law
  • sources of law
  • doctrine of precedent that guide legal decision-making
  • principles of statutory interpretation
  • the court structure
  • the personnel involved within the English legal system
  • core principles of the law of contract.

You will also develop subject-specific and transferable skills which will enable you to study subsequent law modules with confidence.


Portfolio 50%
Coursework 50%
Clinical Legal Practice

An essential component of our LLB course, this module offers students the opportunity to develop their professional legal skills in a practical, hands-on setting.

Through this module, you’ll learn the professional legal clinical skills that you need to know to excel as a legal practitioner; from client care and professional conduct to collaborative working and file management. You’ll also learn how to conduct effective client interviews, conduct practical legal research, and hone your drafting and writing skills. You’ll also develop your Legal IT skills to achieve Westlaw UK Basic Certification and gain a deeper understanding of how artificial intelligence is set to transform the future delivery of legal services.

This module equips you with the skills necessary to undertake the role of Student Advisor in the Bloomsbury Law Clinic.


Coursework 50%
Report 50%
Dispute Resolution

This module provides a broad overview of the Law of Contract and tort allowing you to gain an understanding of the key aspects of civil litigation in the context of a contractual or tortious dispute.


Coursework 50%
Project 50%
Public and EU Law

Our Public and EU Law module helps you to understand the legal and political framework that governs the UK today. The module is designed to give a comprehensive understanding of the UK’s constitution and the key principles that underpin it. By the time you complete the module, you’ll be able to analyse and explain the nature and functions of the UK’s constitution, and understand the impact of the European Convention on Human Rights on this constitution. You’ll also explore the role of the Human Rights Act 1998 in protecting citizens’ rights and freedoms, and examine the impact of EU Law on the UK’s constitution following Brexit.

You’ll also gain a deep understanding of how public bodies operate and the decision-making powers they hold. Throughout the module, you’ll learn about the grounds of judicial review and when and how to apply them to challenge the decisions made by public bodies.


Portfolio 50%
Case study 50%

We use oral assessments, presentations, simulations, group, and individual, projects in addition to traditional assessment methods (examinations and coursework) so that you can explore and express your abilities in different ways. Assessments are not just a way of assessing whether something has been learned, but an opportunity to develop skills that will equip you in your future life and career.

Earn CILEx exemptions

Our LLB course is one of very few to be accredited by the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx) Regulation. Graduates who successfully complete the required modules in their final year will be exempt from two CILEx assessments should they choose to register as a Chartered Legal Executive.


You can complete an internship module as part of this course and expand your knowledge through the practical application of legal theory. Our Careers Hub also helps students to take part in paid and voluntary positions.

Applicants require:
  • 112 UCAS tariff points.
  • If you do not meet these requirements, you may be considered as a non-standard applicant.

Don’t meet these entry requirements?

Home students who do not meet these entry requirements can take our Admissions Assessments. The assessments consist of a short English test and a short Mathematics test that can be completed on campus or at home. If you are successful in our assessments, you will be invited to attend an interview which is normally carried out by one of the academics who teach on your chosen course.

During the interview you will be asked about yourself, what you know about the course, your motivation for studying and plans after completing your studies. There are no tricky questions, so just be yourself and use the opportunity to ask us questions too!

If you pass, you can be admitted to the course and we do not charge a fee for this.

How the application process works

Step 1

Complete the application form to let us know which course you would like to study and your existing qualifications.

Step 2

Apply for Student Finance as soon as you have submitted your application to avoid delays.

Step 3

You will be offered a place if you meet the entry requirements, or, invited to an Admissions Assessment.

Step 4

International applicants are issued a CAS or may take a Pre-CAS Interview in order to gain a Student visa.

Step 5

Welcome to Bloomsbury Institute! Enrolment and Induction take place the week before your studies begin.

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Support and development

We pride ourselves on supporting each and every student on an individual basis. Disabilities, long-term medical conditions, or specific learning difficulties are never barriers to success at Bloomsbury Institute.

Professional body accreditations

This course is accredited by CILEx Regulation. Accreditations and body memberships increase the value of your degree and in turn your employment prospects.

Student Guild

Our Student Guild is here to support you, enhance your experience and represent your views. The Guild is student-led so get involved and help improve the Bloomsbury experience for you and fellow students.

Travel bursaries

Don’t let the cost of travel prevent you from success in your studies. Travel Bursaries (covering Transport for London’s Zones 1 – 6) are available to all students funded through the Student Loans Company.

Year 1 £11,100
Year 2 £11,100
Total £22,200

Home student fees apply to students who do not require a Student Visa to study in the UK (e.g. UK and Irish citizens; EU citizens with settled or pre-settled status).

Gain a greater insight into learning

Have you got a question about studying with us? Check out our Podcast series, Insights into Learning, that covers all the issues that applicants frequently ask us.

You will gain insights from our subject experts and learn more about life at Bloomsbury Institute.

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The Bloomsbury Institute difference

Work experience on course

Students build up their hours on course, for example via Bloomsbury Law Clinic.

International scholarships

Upon graduation, all of our International Graduates receive £1,000. We also offer a £1,500 Entry Scholarship to our new MSc Accounting and Finance and MSc Finance and Wealth Management international students for the June and October 2024 intakes.

Based in Central London

In the heart of London’s education quarter, with access to Birkbeck’s vast library and resources.


Support to find work

As soon as international students are issued their CAS, they will have access to Student Circus, providing a wealth of vacancies, support, employability courses and resources.

International Student visa

The Student visa entitles students to work 20 hours per week, full-time during vacation,  and on graduation they receive a further two-year Graduate visa.

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