Bachelor

Bachelor of Laws degree in international law (University Nottingham Trent)

Nottingham Trent University in Nottingham, United Kingdom, offers a Bachelor of Laws degree in international law that is accredited by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and the Bar Standards Board as a qualifying degree for a law license. The program lasts for three years and is offered on a full-time basis only. Students have the opportunity to participate in international summer school and study abroad programs. An award-winning mooting team is also housed on the campus. To qualify for admission to the program, students must have a secondary school diploma with grade C coursework in mathematics, science and English.

Bachelor of Laws degree in European and International law (University of Sheffield)

The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom, offers a Bachelor of Laws degree in European and International law that is accredited by the Privy Council. Previously, the school has been named one of the top 10 law schools in the United Kingdom for prospective barristers. The program lasts for 48 months. Students spend the first two years on campus and then study abroad the third year. During the final year, students return to campus to complete their final courses. Qualified applicants will have a high school diploma with previous course work in law, business studies, humanities and social sciences.

Bachelor of Laws degree in Law (University of Strathclyde)

The University of Strathclyde is Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, offers a Bachelor of Laws degree in Law. During the program, students will have a chance to work at the largest student-run law clinic in Scotland to gain real-world experience. Students will have a chance to take courses in a wide range of fields including Local Government Law, International Private Law, Human Rights Law and Intellectual Property Law. For priority admission, students must have a high school diploma and completed four A levels and one B level. Students with three A levels and four B levels may qualify for admission on a case-by-case basis.

Honors Bachelor of Laws degree in International Law (Coventry University)

Coventry University in Coventry, United Kingdom, offers an Honors Bachelor of Laws degree in International Law. The program is accredited by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and the Bar Standards Board to satisfy the requirements for becoming a barrister in the United Kingdom. Students in the program have the opportunity to study abroad or to apply for work placements to gain real world work experience. The university also has a legal advice clinic staffed by student volunteers and a dedicated mock court room. Qualified applicants will have five GCSEs at grade levels of A to C. Mathematics and English coursework is mandatory for admission.

Bachelor of Laws degree in International Law (University of Hull)

The University of Hull, United Kingdom, offers a Bachelor of Laws degree in International Law. During the three-year program, students will have the chance to earn course credit working in the university’s law clinic or to study abroad at partner universities in Europe. The university also has a mock trial team and a Student Law Journal. All students in the program take classes in Systems of justice, Obligations, Public Law and Criminal Law. Admission to the program is determined by a points system. Applicants receive points for A levels, diplomas, leaving certificates and other qualifications.