As a student at one of our partner institutions, you are able to come to Essex as part of the Law Degree Transfer Programme.
If you would like to study law in the UK, you have the opportunity to:
You'll join our prestigious LLB Law, going directly into either the second or final year.
Essex Law School has always used technology to offer our students a more flexible and dynamic learning experience. COVID-19 has accelerated our search for innovative new approaches to support your learning and development. We have put together a tailored plan to deliver your educational experience whilst maintaining our high standards of teaching and learning.
Find out how you will be taught and assessed this year, or, download our student handbook (.pdf) which has lots of information on how to choose your modules, how you will be taught and assessed, how to balance your workload, deadlines for changing modules and options available to Third and Final Year students.
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If you want to professionally train to become a barrister after graduation, as an Essex LLB graduate you will have an exclusive conditional offer to study the Barrister Training Course (BTC) with BPP University (subject to meeting entry requirements). As an Essex graduate, you’ll also receive a £1,000 bursary towards your tuition.
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"I knew that this year would be different to any previous school year, so I wanted to make sure I was getting the most from my final year; Yet, it really hasn’t been different in a bad way at all! Our professors have been so wonderful about making sure they’re answering all our questions and helping us stay engaged, even though the computer and the sessions are recorded as well in case you’re in a different time zone."
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