• i-LLB 2017

    Online law degree
    starting September 2017


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  • i-LLB (Qualifying Law Degree)

    The i-LLB, LLB (Hons) Law Degree is suitable for all students that require greater flexibility and who wish to study 100% online.

    Our four-year course, studied part-time, has a high level of interaction with students receiving peer and one-to-one professional tutor reviews.

    You will study the key legal topics and related skills that are critical for the modern law student. It has a practical focus with employability embedded in the course and is a Qualifying Law Degree.

    The University of Law (ULaw) has been ranked 1st for Student Satisfaction with a 97% student satisfaction rating in the 2016 National Student Survey.

    • Entry grades or points only form part of our assessment of your suitability for the course. Applications are considered holistically and offers are based on both academic qualifications and other information, such as your personal statement and reference.

      Read more about our undergraduate entry requirements.

    • Our modular structure enables you to get experience of the areas of law that are most useful in legal practice.

      You will study two modules per semester so as to ensure you get a firm grounding in the legal areas. There are two main Semesters per academic year for the i-LLB. Each semester is 15 weeks long, 12 weeks tuition, one week consolidation/revision and two weeks to complete the assessments.

      Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4
      1st Semester:
    • Legal Method & Ethics
    • Academic & Professional Skills
    • Law of contract
    • Law of Tort
    • Land Law
    • Actions
    • Equity & Trusts
    • Transactions
    • 2nd Semester:
    • Public Law
    • European Union Law
    • Criminal Law
    • Law of Organisations
    • You study two options*. Over the summer you study an extended essay.
    • Wills & Succession
    • Companies: Governance, Tax and Insolvency
    • Over the summer you study Criminal Litigation and Evidence.

      * All options are available subject to numbers.

    • Academic year

      The course starts with a one week on-line induction. There are two main semesters per academic year for the i-LLB. Each semester is 15 weeks long, 12 weeks tuition, one week consolidation/revision and two weeks to complete the assessments.

      • Year 1: 31 study weeks including a one-week induction
      • Year 2: 30 study weeks
      • Year 3: 38 study weeks
      • Year 4: 38 study weeks
      Tuition

      Students will receive the equivalent of 11 large group sessions and 11 two hour workshop sessions per module via e-learning. As this course is exclusively online there are no face-to-face contact hours. However, you will be allocated a module subject supervisor and a personal tutor to assist you with your online studies. You will also receive individual professional tutor feedback on 8 submitted tasks per module as well as other online feedback.

      Employability workshops

      At least 36 hours will be devoted to employability through a mixture of on-line activities. The activities are designed to develop valuable skills that will be of use in the workplace and to enhance your knowledge of the world of work. They specifically work towards assisting you in getting a job. Activities such as: research (so you know what it is you want to do), developing skills in how to make applications and how to write cvs, as well as developing interview technique and assessment centres will be covered.

      Assessment

      Assessment is spread out over the four years of the course. At the end of each semester you’ll have one revision week and two weeks to complete assessments. A range of assessment methods are used. Some will be by examination, some by coursework (essay, project report or portfolio) and some by way of oral presentation done online. Overseas students will be able to sit examinations at recognised venues (eg British Council premises).

      The i-LLB, taught 100% online, has the same learning outcomes and assessments as our other LLB courses and is also a Qualifying Law Degree.

      iLLB part-time Programme Demands document (PDF)

    • The i-LLB starts on 18 September 2017.

    • i-LLB Course Fees are £18,500 for the total course fees, whether you are a UK/EEA or international student.

      Further information about course fees and instalment options.

    • Applications are made directly to The University of Law for our online law degree. Find out more about how to apply or apply now.

  • ULaw’s practice-based and innovative learning approach sets the institution apart

    Orla Devine, Tutor, Manchester
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