The University of Law PG

i-GDL

The University of Law PG
Semipresencial
  • The University of Law PG

Price on request
PREMIUM COURSE

Important information

Typology Postgraduate
Methodology Semipresencial
Duration 21 Months
Start September 2018
other dates
  • Postgraduate
  • Semipresencial
  • Duration:
    21 Months
  • Start:
    September 2018
    other dates
Description

Emagister adds to its catalog the Graduate Diploma in Law: supported online learning, which aims to kick-start your legal career and is designed for non-law graduates who want to become a solicitor or barrister.


Click on our website emagister.co.uk in order to find all the information related to the course. We will inform you about the course without any obligation.

Important information

You must have one of the following qualification levels to take this course: Bachelor's Degree, Professional Diploma, Masters , Doctoral Degree (PhD)

Facilities (1)
Where and when
Starts Location
Sep-2018
Jan-2019
Blended
Starts Sep-2018
Jan-2019
Location
Blended

What you'll learn on the course

IELTS
IT Law
Teaching
English
Law
University
Industry
Team Training
Team Training
English
IT Law
English
IT Law

Course programme

Course Programme


- Balance your studies with other commitments and receive equally high levels of training and feedback
- Build the practical legal and business skills that employers want
- Explore an area of law that interests you via your own Research Project module
- With our modular study pattern, foundation module teaching and assessment is spread out so you can focus on selected modules each term To be eligible to take up your place on the GDL, you must comply with the following requirements:
* A UK undergraduate degree in any discipline (minimum 2:2), or an equivalent qualification.
* Overseas graduates and mature non
-graduates:
- Future barristers
- please apply for a Certificate of Academic Standing from the Bar Stand Board (BSB)
- Future solicitors
- please send your qualifications through to the Admissions team who can deem whether you are eligible for the course
* A sufficient command of English is required to successfully complete the course
* If you have a legal qualification from outside England and Wales or have studied aspects of law as part of a non
-qualifying degree course, you may be exempted from certain elements of the GDL. If this applies to you:
- Future barristers
- please apply for a Certificate of Academic Standing from the Bar Standards Board (BSB)
- Future solicitors
- please e
-mail a copy of your degree certificate through to the Admissions team who can deem whether you are eligible for certain exemptions on the GDL
* If you are claiming full exemptions for the GDL you will need to apply for a Certificate of Academic Standing from the Bar Standards Board or Solicitors Regulation Authority

Further information can be obtained from the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) (for future solicitors) or Bar Standards Board (BSB) (for future barristers)

If you have completed a degree outside the UK and you do not come from a majority English speaking country: A certified copy of any document that proves that you are qualified in English at CEFR level B2 or above in each of the four components of language learning.

Providers that we would suggest you contact are:
- IELTS (academic): Score of 6.5 in all four areas
- ISE III (Trinity College London): Pass in all four components
- Pearsons (academic): Score of 58 in all four areas
- Cambridge English: First Certificate, Advanced and Proficiency (tests taken from January 2015): Overall 176 with no one component below 176
- Cambridge English: First Certificate (test taken before January 2015): Pass at Grade A and Exceptional in all four components
- Cambridge English: Advanced (test taken before January 2015): Pass at Grade B or C and Borderline in all four components
- Cambridge English: Proficiency (test taken before January 2015): Pass at Grade C1 and Weak in all four components
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