fees waived

Subject ranking

Law and Legal Studies
UK / Guardian
Law and Legal Studies
UK / Guardian


Course feesS$29.7K / year
Entertainment, books
food & rent
S$17K / year
Beer S$6
MacDonalds S$11
Cinema S$14
Coffee S$5
TotalS$46.7K / year

Entry requirements

A Level BBB
Diploma 2.9
International Baccalaureate 31


Northumbria Undergraduate Global Scholarship
£3000 for tuition
Unlimited quantity
Alumni Discount
20% for tuition
Unlimited quantity
Northumbria Postgraduate Global Scholarship
£2000 for tuition
Unlimited quantity
British Chevening Scholarships
100% for tuition and living expenses
Limited quantity


Sep 2024
Website (External)
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+65 9650 3225
+65 6333 1300


3 years
About the course

Northumbria University’s Law LLB Degree (Hons) is designed for those looking for a stimulating and engaging law degree. The undergraduate degree provides a thorough grounding in legal principles, including the study of the 7 foundations of legal knowledge which are required to make this a Qualifying Law Degree (QLD). This is the first stage of legal education for those intending to pursue a career as a solicitor or barrister. The foundation subjects are Public Law (Constitutional and Administrative Law), Law of Contract, Crime, Equity and Trusts, EU, Land and Tort. In addition, you will be able choose from a range of specialist options.All Northumbria law undergraduate students start on the Law (LLB (Hons) pathway which then provides students with a range of programme route choices. Students select their preferred programme route at the end of their second year of study. The route choices available to students at the end of year 2 are: • The 3 year LLB (Hons) route. Students graduating from this route will do so with a qualifying law degree making them eligible to undertake a Legal Practice Course (LPC) or Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC). The LLB (Hons) route is also available as a 4-year programme in which students can choose to take a placement or study abroad year• M Law Exempting route. The M Law (Exempting) programme route is designed for students who intend to pursue a career as a solicitor. This integrated Master of Law programme allows you to combine your LLB (Hons) degree with an exemption from the Legal Practice Course (LPC) and a master’s degree award. • The M Law Exempting (Bar Course) route. The M Law Exempting (Bar Course) programme route is designed for students who intend to pursue a career as a barrister. This integrated Master of Law programme allows you to combine a qualifying law degree with an integrated master’s degree award and an exemption from the Bar Course. Entry on to the M Law Exempting (Bar Course) route is by application to transfer from LLB to M Law during year 2 of the LLB programme and is contingent on a number of requirements including successful completion of the BCAT aptitude test and admission in to one of the four Inns of Court.The entire Law programme routes allow students the opportunity to engage with our award winning Student Law Office and to learn from a broad range of professionally qualified and research engaged academic staff. An undergraduate law degree is valuable, whether you want to become a lawyer or to choose a different career path and the flexible nature of our programme routes mean you don’t need to make these decisions immediately. Northumbria University’s LLB and MLaw graduates have secured successful careers across the legal sector as well as in various other areas including finance, business and management. Study abroad or work placement opportunities on this course also offer professional experience and industry contacts, further enhancing your career prospects. In the Times Good University Guide 2019 Northumbria Law School was ranked in the sector upper quartile for both Teaching Quality (21st) and Student Experience (24th)

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