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Law and Language (French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish) LLB Hons

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Full-Time

LENGTH

3 years course

LEARNING

On Campus

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Law and Language (French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish) LLB Hons

Our LLB in Law and Language is a specialist course that allows you to study towards a career in legal practice while developing proficiency in a language. In an ever-globalising world and workplace, this

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What you will need to do

Apply by 29 Jan

What you won’t need to do

Audition for a Place
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Submit a portfolio
Pass an entry test

Points of entry for Law and Language (French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish) LLB Hons

Year 1

Entry requirements for Law and Law at Birkbeck, University of London

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Required subjects for Law and Language (French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish) LLB Hons at Birkbeck, University of London

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Asked for: 112 UCAS Tariff points

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Teaching on the Law programme is divided into lectures and seminars. Lectures tend to be an hour and a half and consist of lecturers teaching the year group the core aspects of each topics considered on the course. Seminars, on the other hand, are undertaken in much smaller groups (usually about 10-15 students) and are more interactive in nature. These encourage students to be familiar with course material beforehand so that they can be more involved in any discussions or debates which may arise. Similarly, seminars offer students with the opportunity to ask questions and be curious. Most lecturers and seminar tutors are generous with their time and are willing to arrange to meet with students on an individual basis. read more

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