Our online law degree, known as an LLB or Bachelor of Laws, is equivalent to a BA or BSc. If your career aspiration is to be a solicitor or barrister in the UK, this degree is perfect for you as it is recognised as a Qualifying Law Degree. And if you have set your sights on a career in politics, business, or journalism our Qualifying Law Degree, with the transferrable skills it gives you, is an excellent launch pad for these ambitions and more.
With our professionally focused qualification, you can expect to learn practical skills coupled with a focus on your future employability. Choose to study this course online and you can enjoy the flexibility of studying when, where and how you like while still receiving the same level of expert guidance and support.
If you’re looking to pursue a career in the legal or wider commercial sector, but want to study in a more flexible way, then this 100% online Qualifying Law Degree could be the degree for you.
Just like the on campus version of the LLB, this course has a practical focus, with employability integrated into the programme. There is a high level of interaction and you will receive peer and one-to-one professional tutor reviews, with over 90% of our tutors being qualified solicitors and barristers.
The course aims to deliver an insight into critical legal topics and develop your knowledge and understanding of key concepts through practical activities and engaging content. You will develop skills in analysis, research, problem solving and communication.
When you study an LLB with us you receive:
The highest standard of online teaching from experienced professionals
Flexibility to learn whenever, wherever and however you want
Access to loads of online resources to help your studies
Access to a large specialist careers service and pro bono clinics
A variety of specialist modules to enhance employment prospects
This degree will complete the required academic stage of training if you want to qualify as a solicitor or barrister. It also provides the foundation for Master’s degree study, or you can move into employment within the wider legal sector and other commercial or business fields.