Law Undergraduate Courses

A law degree from Leicester will help you on your way to a successful career in whichever area you choose.

Our degree programmes are designed to allow you to develop a range of valuable skills that will prepare you for life beyond university. Our graduates regularly go on to find employment in the legal sector as well as business and finance, social welfare, the civil service, publishing, and teaching.

Why choose Leicester Law School for your LLB

  • Teaching rated as 'excellent' in the last Higher Education funding assessment
  • Ranked 7th in England for graduate prospects in 2016 (Complete University Guide)
  • 91% of our 2014 graduates were in employment or further study 6 months after graduating (UNISTATS)

Our degree courses



Typical UK entry requirements


3 years

AAB from 3 A-levels (or equivalent)

LLB Law (Senior Status)

2 years

A high 2:2 university degree
(or equivalent)

LLB with a Year Abroad

4 years

Apply to LLB Law in the first instance, transfer during Year 1

LLB / Maîtrise Double degree

4 years

AAB from 3 A-levels (or equivalent). Applicants must also be fluent in French

LLB Law with Criminology

3 years

AAB from 3 A-levels (or equivalent)

LLB Law with a Modern Language

4 years

AAB from 3 A-levels including a modern language (or equivalent)

LLB Law with Politics

3 years

AAB from 3 A-levels (or equivalent)

All of our undergraduate degree programmes are campus based and full-time.

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