Home of the two-year degree, we are ranked 1st for Teaching Excellence in the UK* and are Europe’s first ever Positive University . Students are at the heart of everything we do: we’ve been 1st in England for Student Satisfaction for three years running (The Complete University Guide). You will love our personalised teaching model (with small class sizes), dedicated student support team, and beautiful, safe campus.
Whether you aspire to work in a top-tier law firm, improve access to justice, or pursue a career in international business, a Buckingham law degree lets you take the first step.
The server encountered an internal error and was unable to complete your request. Either the server is overloaded or there is an error in the application., our two-year LLB Law programme will give you the foundations you need to build your legal career. If you choose to study Law and Criminology, you’ll also graduate with knowledge relating to crime, criminal justice and criminal behaviour.
Our two-year law degrees equip you to practise almost anywhere in the world: or undertake a further 12 months of study and you could graduate with a Master of Laws (LLM) in just three years.
Our LLB course is a qualifying law degree (QLD) which fulfils all the requirements for the academic stage of going on to qualify as a solicitor or barrister, in addition to being a valuable degree for other careers such as banking and finance, local and national government and employment in industry.
Our part-time law degree offers more flexibility: attend lectures one evening a week and graduate in just four years.
WHAT OUR STUDENTS SAY
Joshua , LLB Law
“The standard of teaching is truly outstanding, and this, coupled with the personal attention and small tutorial teaching, makes for an intensive yet comfortable learning environment. There is plenty of time to immerse yourself in the global community of Buckingham and make friends with students from all around the world.”
YOUR FUTURE CAREER
Pursue a career as a lawyer or adapt to roles in a wide range of sectors, including non-government organisations (NGOs) and the public sector. You will develop your abstract and critical thinking and practical problem solving, all of which are key skills for not only lawyers, but managers, consultants, politicians, journalists, financiers, international aid workers, and more.
Within the first five years of their career, graduates earn an average of around £31,000.*
*Legal Cheek 2019
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*Teaching Excellence Framework: The Times Higher Education metrics rankings, 2017