Studying law at Essex Online isn’t like any other place. We’re used to doing things a bit differently – we’re the only institution that offers 100% online and part-time law courses, with no requirement to travel to assessment centres or complete timed examinations.
We deliver qualifying law degrees that are accredited by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. They are a great first step to progress to the professional training stage to qualify as a legal professional. You can also combine your legal study with our other complementary subjects: business, criminology or psychology.
We are employability focused, equipping you with skills required for careers in the legal sector, and transferable skills which are highly valued by employers in other sectors.
Our modules are delivered by experienced academics and legal practitioners who will help you to develop the legal knowledge and skills required for legal practice.
With a 50+ year heritage, the University of Essex is an award-winning institution. The University is part of the elite group of ‘dual intensive’ universities for teaching and research excellence. It is rated 27th in the UK by the Complete University Guide (CUG 2022).
The University of Essex also delivers undergraduate and postgraduate courses online. They are delivered by Kaplan Open Learning, this partnership is since 2007. Students across 140 countries study online programmes. In the National Student Survey (NSS 2021), the University rated 95% for overall student satisfaction: top for overall student satisfaction when compared to other mainstream universities in the UK.
You will study in an interactive Virtual Learning Environment. With engaging, interactive course content, it is specifically designed for students to study online and informed by relevant pedagogic principles.
There are discussions, lecture casts and reading all available in an online format which can be accessed anytime and anywhere.
The LLB (Hons) Law is made up of the following modules and, upon completion, is equal to a total of 360 credits.
For the academic entry route you must have the following qualifications as a minimum:
■ three A-levels or equivalent
For the work experience entry route you must meet the following criteria:
■ GCSE Maths and English at grade C or above, or equivalent
■ three years’ relevant work experience
If English is not your first language, your English ability should be equivalent to an IELTS score of 6.0. If you do not hold an IELTS or equivalent qualification, we will ask you to pass our free online English test.
01 September 2022Enquire for this programme