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Undergraduate Courses

The School of Law at Queen Mary is ranked first in London and third in the UK by the Guardian University Guide 2018, behind only Oxford and Cambridge.

We pride ourselves on offering a unique learning experience to our students. We have several undergraduate degree programmes to offer, each of which is designed to provide an excellent foundation for a legal career, among others. Our teaching framework is relevant and demanding, and facilitated by leading academics. Our aim is to deliver an enriched learning environment and provide our graduates with knowledge and skills that will last a lifetime.

Undergraduate Law Degree Programmes

  • M100 LLB Law (Three years)
    The three-year LLB is recognised as a qualifying law degree by both branches of the legal profession in England and Wales, and allows the appropriate exemptions from professional examination requirements.
  • M101 LLB Law (Two years)
    The two-year LLB is an accelerated version of the three-year course, for non-law graduates of an approved university.
  • M105 LLB (Hons) Global Law (Four years)
    This four-year LLB in Global Law provides the opportunity to spend your third year studying at one of a number of law faculties around the world.
  • M120 LLB LawEu4 (Four years) English and European Law
    This four-year LLB in English and European Law provides the opportunity to spend your third year studying at one of a number of European law faculties.
  • M1V1 LLB/LawHis (Three years)
    This three-year LLB is a mix of law and history modules. It is recognised as a qualifying law degree by both branches of the legal profession in England and Wales, and allows the appropriate exemptions from professional examination requirements.
  • ML13 LLB/LawPol (three years)
    This three-year programme is a mix of law and politics modules. It is recognised as a qualifying law degree by both branches of the legal profession in England and Wales, and allows the appropriate exemptions from professional examination requirements.

Placement year options

These programmes are new for 2016 and are not currently available through UCAS; you should apply for the regular LLB and you will have the opportunity to apply for these once you are enrolled. 

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