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LLB (Hons) Law


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Bishop Otter campus (Chichester)

3 years, Full Time

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Entry Requirements and Fees


2021/22 UK fee: £9,250

2021/22 International fee: £14,050

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For further details about international scholarships, please see our Scholarships page.


Typical Offer (individual offers may vary):

  • UCAS Tariff points: 96 - 120 (A levels or combination with AS / EPQ / BTEC / Cambridge Technical)
  • A levels: BBB - CCC 
  • BTEC/Cambridge Technical: DDM - MMM
  • Access to HE Diploma: Pass 
  • International Baccalaureate: 28 points 
  • IELTS 6.0 overall with no element lower than 5.5

Student view

Ellie, LLB (Hons) Law student
LLB (Hons) Law
"I chose to study Law full-time after taking an introductory class under another course at the University of Chichester - I was hooked! The topics are so interesting and the tutors are incredibly supportive. It’s been a wonderful experience so far."
Morgan, LLB (Hons) Law student
LLB (Hons) Law

"I chose Law because it’s a diverse field of study I know will always give me opportunities to continue learning throughout and after my degree. I always want to be learning, to me a day I haven’t learnt something new even if it is small, is a day wasted. That coupled with The University of Chichester has been a great fit for me, there are two beautiful campuses and plenty of facilities to make the most of your Degree! The teaching methods are personal and give opportunities to ask questions, discuss and understand subject material in every face to face session as well as outside of the classroom."

Course content

This degree is accredited by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and Bar Standards Board as a Qualifying Law degree.

The Chichester Law degree offers you a relevant and informed approach to real world legal skills. It provides debate, discussion and learning on the core seven areas of knowledge required to progress in the profession. These include Public Law, Criminal Law, Tort Law, Contract Law, Land Law, EU Law, and Equity and Trusts.

The focus is to provide you with the skills required to understand and debate the role of law in society. What does law mean - both for professional practice and for the wider society? How do legal practices and codifications change over time and why and how does this occur? You will have access to Westlaw, the leading legal research service to support your studies.

Tihs course will:

  • Provide you with a qualifying law degree that is accredited by the Bar Standards Board and Solicitors’ Regulation Authority
  • Give you support in preparing for the first Solicitors’ Qualifying Examination
  • Provide a range of optional modules, including the ability to study criminal law in each year of your degree
  • Give you the opportunity to complete a work placement in the legal environment, or an associated sector of your choice, through our vast network of work placement providers
  • Develop academic and practical skills essential for a career in the legal profession or any graduate employment

Situated on the South coast, you will gain work placement opportunities, gaining experience not only from scholars but also professionals in the field. 

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Our facilities

You can take advantage of our range of facilities including:

  • Specific subject librarians are there to offer advice and assistance for your study area, they can provide specialised reading lists and bibliographies if you are having difficulty finding the right materials
  • Additional academic support available such as referencing, essay planning, presentation skills, research and information gathering, plus general dissertation skills
  • Access to over 500,000 e-books, 4,500 e-journals and 100,000 streamed media clips
  • Library and IT services located on campus with Wi-Fi, open access workstations, individual study rooms and group working spaces

Indicative modules

Year One

  • Introduction to the English Legal System
  • Criminal Law I
  • Contract Law I
  • EU Law I
  • Constitutional Law

Year Two

  • Tort Law
  • Criminal Law II
  • International Human Rights
  • Administrative Law
  • Company Law
  • EU Law II
  • Work Placement
  • Professional Skills and Client Care (optional)
  • International Environmental Law 

Year Three

  • Dissertation
  • Land Law
  • Equity and Trusts
  • Intellectual Property Law (optional)
  • International Law (optional)
  • Family Law (optional)
  • Morals and Policy in Criminal Law (optional)
  • Committing Crime under Duress (optional)


International English Studies

Include International English Studies: 

Teaching and assessment

Small group teaching and seminar discussion on key legal practice

Short case work style assignments

Argument and evidence based research

Level by level progress to enhance knowledge and skills - tested via essay assignment or examinations 

Law dissertation research project on specialist aspect


Additional Costs

Include Additional Costs: 

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