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With this course you can study a dual Qualifying Law Degree in Spain and the UK over four years. If you aspire to become an international law professional who sets themselves apart from traditional law tracks, the Dual LLB will help you develop an outstanding profile when entering the legal job market.
Entry requirements are those of IE University and include an interview.
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This course is run in partnership with IE University, Spain.
The Dual LLB is a 4 year programme delivered in partnership with IE University, Spain. The programme is built upon the pillars of both common and civil law.
IE University, like The University of Law, values the importance of innovative teaching methods and professional and personal networking. Both institutions strive to help you develop the necessary skills and knowledge that will provide an essential foundation for a successful professional career.
You will experience a truly international learning experience, combining three years of study with IE University in Madrid and Segovia, Spain, and a fourth year on an international internship or at The University of Law. Successful completion of the course means you will be awarded both a qualifying Spanish law degree and a Qualifying Law Degree in England and Wales.
Your fourth and final year with The University of Law gives you the opportunity to choose between studying the Legal Practice Course (LPC) or Bar Practice Course (BPC), so that you can qualify as a solicitor or barrister, respectively, in England and Wales.
If you aspire to become an international law professional who sets themselves apart from traditional law tracks, the Dual LLB will help you develop an outstanding profile when entering the legal job market.
To get the full details of this course, please visit the IE University website.
For the first three years of this course, you’ll be studying in IE University’s campuses in Madrid and Segovia, Spain.
This is a truly unique program that gives you comprehensive knowledge of the fundamentals of Civil and Common Law, with a focus on European Union Law.
IE University has been granted a European Module within the Jean Monnet Programme to support the teaching and research of European common private law.
Possession of the European Module demonstrates that the study of European common private law is approached transversally through four different courses: European Legal History, EU Law, Contracts, and Property, plus Advanced Seminars and international conferences. The Module allows students to develop a more integrated, global, and sophisticated understanding of European common private law.
To get a full picture of how studying this course works during the year, take a look at our course date breakdowns.
Please note: These documents are still being developed, please check back at a later date to get a full breakdown of the dates for this course.
At the end of each semester you’ll get a week for revision before two weeks of assessments.
Exams: Two hours, ten multiple choice questions and two long-form questions
Coursework: Essay, project report or portfolio
We run mock assessments to allow you to practise before too.
You must pass each module to be awarded your degree. A pass mark is 40% and above.
We care about your career, which is why we offer support with job applications and other work experience opportunities as soon as you accept your place.Discover more
UK/EU students per year: 21,000 Euro per academic year.
International students: please contact IE University for more information.
If you need to fund your studies with a student loan you can apply via Student Finance.
We have students from over 120 different countries throughout our campuses, with a dedicated team to help international students.