Graduate Student Advisors – friendly and experienced postgraduate students who can offer support and advice. You will choose further law courses to expand your specialist knowledge, and will have the option to study a Dissertation in Law or Dissertation in Politics. In the final year, modules may also take the form of two-hour seminars allowing for deeper engagement with more specialised topics. This includes the ability to collect and synthesise information, read and evaluate complex materials, assess the evidence for a range of different positions, construct arguments, exercise independence of judgement and communicate effectively both orally and in writing.

  • The module covers themes such as globalisation, security, war and diplomacy and students will examine policies such as humanitarian intervention and environmental protection.
  • Seminars provide an opportunity for you to explore the ideas outlined in the lectures.
  • Where an applicant is taking the EPQ alongside A-levels, the EPQ will be taken into consideration and result in lower A-level grades being required.
  • The module will introduce you to a range of theoretical traditions of migration, as well as a variety of case studies from both the UK and overseas, to enable you to understand and analyse a phenomenon that is highly relevant in contemporary politics.
  • Much of the module is devoted to a detailed exploration of the elements of and legal concepts related to that tort.

Introduction to Political Systems and Institutions immerses you in political institutions and systems, focusing mainly on the UK but also using examples from the US. The module is designed to give you an introduction to, and understanding of, how politics works in practice in terms of institutions, systems, personnel and campaigns. Focusing mainly on the UK, teaching will also draw on some examples from the US. International students who do not meet the entry requirements for this integrated foundation year course may be eligible to study anInternational Foundation Year stand alone programme. This valuable opportunity is a great way to make connections and build a network of professionals within the field.

Entry requirements

You may also meet the course entry requirements with combinations of different qualifications to the same standard as recognised by the University. Pass HNC with overall Distinction to include 105 distinctions in level 4 credits. Pass HND with overall Distinction to include 75 distinctions in level 5 credits. For full-time study, you must satisfy the General Entrance Requirements for admission to a first degree course and hold a GCSE pass at Grade C/4 or above in English Language. The aim of this module is to examine the law’s involvement with medicine and to raise ethical and contextual awareness of selected medical topics.

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Please note that the equivalency will correspond to the broad UK degree classification stated on this page (e.g. upper second-class). Where a specific overall percentage is required in the UK qualification, the international equivalency will be higher than that stated below. If your education has not been conducted in the English language, you will be expected to demonstrate evidence of an adequate level of English proficiency. As a minimum, an upper second-class Bachelor’s degree from a UK university in a related subject such as Politics, Law or Philosophy; or an overseas qualification of an equivalent standard. Our staff are active researchers with diverse interests, from British politics to the Middle East, which is reflected in our teaching and the breadth of our programmes.

Compulsory modules

Political Ideologiesexplores the principle ideas, significance and impact of the major political ideologies in contemporary political life. The module first considers the nature of political ideology and then proceeds to examine and critique each system of ideas and consider the context that shaped their birth, development and evolution. You will also examine the ways in which political ideologies influence or determine political choices in contemporary societies. You may have the opportunity to get involved with national and international mooting competitions which you can document and use to support future job applications.

Teaching & assessment

For the most up-to-date list of optional courses please visit the relevantSchool Calendar page. Introduces thinking philosophically about the law and familiarises you with the main methodological and normative questions concerning the law and its legitimacy. The LLB degree is a three year degree consisting of a combination of core and optional courses to the value of 12 units. This means that even if you are predicted or if you achieve the grades that meet our usual standard offer, this will not guarantee you an offer of admission. Usual standard offers are intended only as a guide, and in some cases applicants will be asked for grades which differ from this.

A summary; critical approaches to the study of contract and tort; guidance to legal problem solving. Typical entry requirements for 2022 entry remain published on the UCAS course search website. These provide a rough guide to our likely entry requirements for Clearing applicants. Our popular mooting programme develops your advocacy skills in a simulated courtroom setting before a bench comprising local judges, practising barristers, solicitors and lecturers.

This module continues the induction process and also offers students an opportunity to obtain information about careers and personal development and to observe the legal system in practice, via court visits and events such as guest speakers. Law of Armed Conflict- Armed conflict is a major feature of modern international relations that engages the armed forces of most States, including the United Kingdom and Ireland. The legitimacy of military interventions and the conduct of armed forces are topical issues that are much debated in government; and also in the courts. This module examines the role of law in armed conflict in mitigating the effects of the use of armed force, for example in regulating the conduct of hostilities and in the protection of civilians. The aim of this module is to introduce you to international law and to the various different international organisations that you will come across in the course of your studies. The focus is on enabling you to acquire an understanding of the basic principles and core rules of the relevant laws applicable in armed conflict such that you will be able to consider and explore the potential and limit of law as a protective force in armed conflict.