Pre-Master's in Law

Stay Campus London's Pre-Master's in Law programme is a three-term course designed for international students wanting to progress onto an LLM (Master of Laws) or other law-related Master’s degrees in the UK.

Age
Type
Pre-Master's
Location
London, England
Institution
Stay Campus London
Qualification
Diploma in English & International Law
Duration
3 Terms
Intakes
September

Pre-Master's Programme: Including Diploma in English & International Law

This programme focuses on different aspects of UK and international law including the English legal system, contract law, law of tort, equity and trusts, and international law.

Course Content

Stay Campus London's methods of teaching encourage students to evaluate, analyse, and apply information, and to appreciate the relationship between theories and concepts and the real world of legal practice. You will learn how to improve your communication skills which will also help you in future employment scenarios, such as delivering effective presentations and making a good impression at interviews.

It is appreciated that for students whose first language is not English, achieving the necessary IELTS score to meet university entry requirements is a daunting prospect. Throughout our programme, you will receive six hours tuition of Academic English per week which is specifically focused on the IELTS test.

As an integral part of the programme, students are given one-to-one assistance in choosing and applying to law related master's courses at UK universities. External expert speakers supplement the teaching programme and also trips are arranged to universities and other places of specific interest to law students such as the Courts of Justice and the chambers of legal firms.

This Pre-Master's in Law course will enhance your chances of securing a place at a good university and also give you a strong foundation for success once you get there.

Admission Requirements

Students who enrol on this Pre-Master's programme are expected to have completed an undergraduate degree at a university - either in your home country or abroad.

In addition to providing proof of a Bachelor's degree or higher education diploma, your English language level needs to be equivalent to one of the following:

  • 5.5 in IELTS
  • 46 on TOEFL
  • 162 on Cambridge English
  • B2 CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference)

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