Information for students applying to take a course unit in Laws
applying to study a LLB module at UCL Faculty of Laws
for applications - Friday 28th September 2012)
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The following Laws modules have
limited places available to non-UCL Law students:
- Intermediate (first
- students with no experience of studying law at university level
are eligible to study first year LLB modules ONLY
- Public Law - LAWS1011
- Property I - LAWS1002
- Contract Law - LAWS1001
- Criminal Law - LAWS1012
- Part I (second
- EU Law and Human Rights
- Property II*
- Part II (final
- Commercial Law (must have
completed Contract Law)
- Company Law
- Conflict of Laws
- Crime and Criminal Justice
- History of English Law
- Roman Law
- Public International Law
- Family Law
- Environmental Law
- Employment Law
- Competition Law (not
running in 2012/13)
- Intellectual Property
- Lawyers: Practise and
- Unjust Enrichment
All LLB modules are full
course units (i.e. they run for the full academic year, covering both
Please note that in addition to the minimum standard needed to obtain a
place on a
Laws course unit (see 'Eligibility' section below), non-laws student
applying to take these course units must have already completed and passed
the pre-requisite Intermediate module in the same subject (if applicable).
Students with no experience of studying law at university level are eligible
study first year LLB modules only.
Outlines of these
and all the above listed courses can be viewed here.
How to apply for a place on a course unit in Laws
UCL students and other University of London Laws students interested in taking
a LLB course unit need to complete one of the following forms:
- UCL students - Form
- Non UCL students - Form
The form must be
completed, signed by the Departmental or Faculty Tutor from your home department/faculty
handed in to the Undergraduate Office (room 103, Bentham
House, Endsleigh Gardens) as soon as possible. The form must be accompanied
by a short statement outlining your interest in taking a LLB module. Students
from other institutions within the University of London should also submit
a print-out or transcript of their university grades acheived to date.
Applications will be
referred to the relevant Course Convenor for consideration and the Undergraduate
Office will notify candidates of the final decision made.
Please bear in mind that when timetabling the undergraduate teaching we cannot
take into account the timetables of other UCL departments or University of London
institutions. If there is a timetabling clash it is your responsibility to resolve
deadline to submit an application is Friday 28th September 2012.
Students who have
no experience of studying Law at university level are eligible to apply to
Intermediate (first year) LLB modules only - Contract,
Public Law, Property I, and Criminal Law.
Any student applying
to take a course unit in Laws must be of a good 2:1
standard or, alternatively,
three grade As at A level, or the equivalent, if the student is in their
first year of study. In addition, students wishing to study one of the Part
Intermediate module in the same subject (if applicable).
Even if a student fulfills the above
criteria, the relevant Course Convenor maintains
the right to refuse a student a place
on one of the Laws course units should they consider them not suited to the
course, or should the course have already reached its full capacity.
If you are interested
in taking a course unit in Laws and have any questions, or require any further
please email the Undergraduate Office at: email@example.com,
or telephone: 020 7679 1401/1400.