Average 21 hours per week, plus homework and private study
Preparation for the LNAT (not offered to students starting in January)
Completed 11 – 12 years of schooling (GCSE or equivalent)
Minimum IELTS 5.5 (5.0 in Reading and Writing) or equivalent
Gain a sound understanding of law in society, criminal and civil process, hand the sources of national and international law
Gain a qualification which is accepted by nearly all of the UK universities, including most of the UK universities currently approved by the Singapore Bar
Raise English to university level
"The staff are amazing — they were so supportive and helpful with everything and you really need that as an international student. "
Tsz Tung Nicole
University of York
Universities do not specify the subjects they require for a Law degree. Instead, they are looking for committed students who demonstrate an understanding of the importance of law in a society, as well as an appreciation of national and global politics and relations.
Students also need to be able to demonstrate an ability to digest large volumes of text and information.
We therefore support our students in developing these skills through careful subject choices and the compulsory attendance at the debating society, as well as lectures relating to the study of Law.
We suggest that Government and Politics, History, Business Studies, Economics and/or Geography are good subject choices for a Law student.