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What makes a pathway in Law at the University of Worcester International College (UWIC) special?

The School of Law is equipped with a purpose built courtroom and specialist teaching facilities. Our LLB (Hons) Law programme is a Qualifying Law Degree recognised by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and Bar Standards Board as covering the academic stage of qualification to be a Solicitor or Barrister. From 2017 students will also be able to study on the LLB (Hons) Law with Criminology and LLB (Hons) Law with Forensic Psychology. The teaching team is made up of barristers, solicitors and legal academics with a range of research interests and professional experience. All the team are highly experienced lecturers and active researchers in their areas. Students in the School of Law will be taught by lecturers who are not only experienced and highly motivated teachers but also legal academic experts in their fields.

Law at Worcester is designed with employability in mind and students will have many opportunities throughout their studies to take up opportunities such as mentoring, work placements and mini-pupillages.  Many of these will be provided through the Law Forum, a body made up of leading legal professionals, designed to provide opportunities for School of Law students. Students also have the opportunity to work in the School of Law’s Legal Advice Centre, giving free advice to members of the public under the supervision of practicing solicitors.

The University of Worcester is one of the UK’s most supportive universities. We have an established heritage of outstanding teaching.

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Pathways at the University of Worcester

Undergraduate pathway

Entry requirements

What qualifications will you need?

Entry requirements

Stage 1 (Foundation)

5 GCSE passes or equivalent, with a minimum C-grade average overall

Stage 2 (First year degree)

120 UCAS tariff points at GCE A/AS level or equivalent

Please download our entry requirements document to find out more about equivalent qualifications from your own country.

English language requirements

The language of instruction at UWIC is English. To attain entry into the undergraduate or postgraduate pathway, you must be able to demonstrate you have a suitable level of English proficiency.

Download our entry requirements document to find out more about English language requirements.

Course content

What will you study?

Here is an overview of current modules available on this course. Regular updates may mean that exact module titles may differ.

Stage 1

University Foundation

Modules TBC

Stages 2, 3 and 4

Stages 2, 3 and 4 follow the module structure of the First, Second and Third year of the University of Worcester degree programme that you decide to progress on to. Please see the relevant course page for details:


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Why choose UWIC?

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Find out why the University of Worcester International College could be your perfect way to study in the UK.

Qualification

What qualification will this pathway give you?

Awards

Successful completion of this pathway will lead to one of the following awards from the University of Worcester:

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Popular careers

  • Barrister
  • Legal Advisor
  • Solicitor
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The City of Worcester

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Discover why Worcester is such a great student city.

Study location and duration

Where and when will you be studying?

Duration

Stage 1: Two semesters

Intakes

Stage 1: September, January

Study Location

St John's Campus
University of Worcester
Henwick Grove
Worcester
WR2 6AJ

Costs

How much will it cost?

Tuition fees

University Foundation
£10,995 (two semesters)
£7,500 (one semester)

First Year Degree
£11,225

Second Year Degree
£11,700

Final Year Degree
£11,700

Accommodation

Finding the right accommodation is paramount to your university experience, and our welcoming student communities are great places to live and study.

We have over 1,000 rooms across our halls, 358 of which were new in 2009. We offer halls of residence to suit every budget and need, from our 'Traditional Hall' at £94 per week to the £153 per week 'En-suite Extra'.

For full details visit our accommodation page.

Apply

How do you apply?

Direct application

Please make your application directly to UWIC, via our application form.

 

Get in touch

If you have any questions, please get in touch. We're here to help you every step of the way.

Admissions Office

01905 855111
admissions@worc.ac.uk