fees waived

Subject ranking

UK / Guardian


Course feesS$31.3K / year
Entertainment, books
food & rent
S$24.6K / year
Beer S$10
MacDonalds S$13
Cinema S$20
Coffee S$6
TotalS$55.9K / year

Entry requirements

A Level ABB
International Baccalaureate


British Chevening Scholarships
100% for tuition and living expenses
Limited quantity


Sep 2024
Website (External)
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3 years
About the course

This is a qualifying law degree - your first step towards becoming a solicitor or barrister in England and Wales. You’ll gain all the skills you need to progress to the next stages.Why study LLB Law at Goldsmiths

  • We’re one of the highest-rated courses in the country. Our students rated our Law department as number 1 in the UK for its intellectually stimulating curriculum and programme management. We’re also the best Law department in London for our quality of teaching (National Student Survey 2022)
  • We have a rich heritage of social awareness and engagement. You'll be part of an environment that champions human rights, social justice and the international rule of law.
  • You’ll not only get a qualifying law degree, but the course has also been developed in anticipation of the new Solicitors Qualifying Examinations (SQE). Training for these is integrated throughout the degree, with the option to take an SQE module in your final year.
  • As a Goldsmiths student, you will also benefit from discounted access to SQE Prep with leading external provider BARBRI.
  • Future lawyers need a diverse range of skills. As well as grounding you in the fundamentals, you’ll also learn about subjects from big data to social media.
  • This degree is active, so you won't just be sitting and reading. You'll learn problem-solving, debating and advocating through a range of activities.
  • We're ahead of the curve, offering subjects like AI and disruptive technologies.
  • You'll benefit from our excellence in the fields of creative arts, humanities and social sciences, with optional modules in subjects like art, media, human rights and technology.
  • You'll visit the Supreme Court, Old Bailey, and leading commercial law sets. You’ll also attend Parliamentary committees and debates as well as relevant theatre productions, exhibitions and film screenings to enrich your studies.
  • You’ll work closely with eminent legal thinkers, internationally leading barristers and politicians. Our Visiting Professors are some of the greatest legal minds of our generation.
  • You’ll benefit from a variety of guest speakers who are experts in their fields. From practising legal professionals to solicitors from ‘Magic Circle’ law firms, and members of the Crown Prosecution Service to representatives from NGOs and the technologies sector.
Law and Policy ClinicsIn Goldsmiths’ Law and Policy Clinics, students confront challenging societal issues through supervised legal research and public engagement activity. Areas of research and public engagement activity covered by the Clinics include immigration, the law of financial wrongdoing, police interrogation, and counter-terrorism law. We offer our students unique access to the University of London’s Refugee Law Clinic and social welfare placements in law centres and legal advice clinics across London.Harvard Law School courseWe’re the first Law department in the UK to offer free access to Harvard Law School’s pioneering Zero-L course. Taught by 18 leading Harvard Law faculty members, with hours of video lectures, vocabulary, and periodic comprehension checks to take at your own pace. Materials developed by Goldsmiths Law academics to support the delivery of Zero-L direct you to key areas of interest in the programme and give you support to understand how it strengthens your understanding of English law helping you to develop legal skills.Student life and student supportYou'll belong to a close-knit community, and are supported by a network which includes academic personal tutors, career advisers, disability officers and other student support staff. We work in small groups in lectures and research seminars, and immerse in legal London as a group on a regular basis. The legal, institutional and cultural experiences you will gain in the LLB will stay with you forever.The LLB Law is a qualifying law degree accredited by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and the Bar Standards Board.

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