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Law LLB Hons

STUDY MODEFull-Time
LENGTH3 years course
LEARNINGOn Campus
PLACEMENT YEARNot Available
YEAR ABROADNot Available
FOUNDATION YEARYes

Law LLB Hons

About the course

In this LLB, you’ll gain a solid grounding in English law as well as exploring international, European and Canadian law. You will also cover:

  • how the law regulates the relationship
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Most helpful review for Law and Law at University of Sussex

member1367074
10th March 22

Law, LLB Hons FullTime

The seminar tutors are helpful and good space to ask questions!

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What you will need to do

Apply by 25 Jan

What you won’t need to do

Audition for a Place
Attend an interview
Submit a portfolio
Pass an entry test

Points of entry for Law LLB Hons

Year 1

Entry requirements for Law and Law at University of Sussex
Entry requirements are the formal requirements students need to meet to be considered for a place on a university course. But, each year many universities accept students with lower grades. The bar chart below shows the actual UCAS tariff points of students currently on this course.
A,B,B
Required subjects for Law LLB Hons at University of Sussex
You should also have a broad range of GCSEs 9-4 (A*-C), including good grades in relevant subjects.
UCAS points for current students on Law and Law at University of Sussex
English language requirements
6.0
Additional details
Including at least 5.5 in each component.

How good is this course?

Most relevant Student Reviews for Law LLB Hons at University of Sussex

member1367074
10th March 22

Law, LLB Hons FullTime

The seminar tutors are helpful and good space to ask questions! read more

Value for Money
Teaching Quality
Personal Tutor
Course Content
Job Prospects
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member541039
5th August 19

Law, LLB Hons FullTime

Some really good teachers, some not so much. My main issue is with job prospects. According to Chambers Student's 2019 report, Sussex supplies 1.2% of trainee lawyers from a sample of 7,000 trainees from 139 firms - interpret that how you want. It's never going to be Russell Group but it's not awful either. There and again, 84 trainees is not encouraging. If you are going to be studying law at Sussex, make your CV stand out. Be aware that you will have to do a lot more than your Russell group competitors. Network; moot/client interviewing/negotiation etc. competitions; volunteer; shortlist firms/chambers and get out applications. Tick boxes. Join a society, take up a leadership position if possible. Don't put all your eggs/any in the magic circle basket because it probably won't happen. I want Sussex to do well and think they should start with reviewing their teaching standards. Law is very hard to study and I think faculty should do a lot more to genuinely help students. read more

Value for Money
Teaching Quality
Personal Tutor
Course Content
Job Prospects
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member107050
24th April 15

Law, LLB Hons FullTime

A good law course with key city links and good job prospects. An active law society run debating and mooting competition which are run in conjunction with the law school. There are alway unique events going on including study abroad events, talks from law firms, career events etc. A wonderful law school. read more

Value for Money
Teaching Quality
Personal Tutor
Course Content
Job Prospects
All reviews are the views of StudentCrowd members, not of StudentCrowd Limited

Most relevant Student Reviews for Law at University of Sussex

member1367074
10th March 22

Law, LLB Hons FullTime

The seminar tutors are helpful and good space to ask questions! read more

Value for Money
Teaching Quality
Personal Tutor
Course Content
Job Prospects
All reviews are the views of StudentCrowd members, not of StudentCrowd Limited
member541039
5th August 19

Law, LLB Hons FullTime

Some really good teachers, some not so much. My main issue is with job prospects. According to Chambers Student's 2019 report, Sussex supplies 1.2% of trainee lawyers from a sample of 7,000 trainees from 139 firms - interpret that how you want. It's never going to be Russell Group but it's not awful either. There and again, 84 trainees is not encouraging. If you are going to be studying law at Sussex, make your CV stand out. Be aware that you will have to do a lot more than your Russell group competitors. Network; moot/client interviewing/negotiation etc. competitions; volunteer; shortlist firms/chambers and get out applications. Tick boxes. Join a society, take up a leadership position if possible. Don't put all your eggs/any in the magic circle basket because it probably won't happen. I want Sussex to do well and think they should start with reviewing their teaching standards. Law is very hard to study and I think faculty should do a lot more to genuinely help students. read more

Value for Money
Teaching Quality
Personal Tutor
Course Content
Job Prospects
All reviews are the views of StudentCrowd members, not of StudentCrowd Limited
member107050
24th April 15

Law, LLB Hons FullTime

A good law course with key city links and good job prospects. An active law society run debating and mooting competition which are run in conjunction with the law school. There are alway unique events going on including study abroad events, talks from law firms, career events etc. A wonderful law school. read more

Value for Money
Teaching Quality
Personal Tutor
Course Content
Job Prospects
All reviews are the views of StudentCrowd members, not of StudentCrowd Limited

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