Combine your existing degree with a law degree. Apply for our two year graduate entry courses in English and Scots law.
Combining expertise in another subject – history, politics, engineering or music – with a qualifying law degree (LLB) provides graduates with a unique combination of skills that is attractive to many employers including law firms and many other employers in business, politics and government, international relations, journalism, the police and armed forces, international NGOs and charities.
Highly ranked Law School
Dundee is a UK Top 20 Law School (Times Good University Guide 2016).
Dundee ranked 17th in the UK out of over 100 Law Schools In the 2016 National Student Survey (NSS) and 13th on the NSS scoring used by the Times and Sunday Times.
For Scots students, Dundee’s Diploma in Professional Legal Practice (PEAT I) and the next step in becoming a practicing lawyer in Scotland is very highly regarded.
For those interested in English Law, Dundee offers the unique opportunity to complete a qualifying law degree in English Law in Scotland. We offer training for the exams to enter the Institute of Professional Legal Studies in Northern Ireland and have close connections with providers of the Legal Practice Course and (LPC) Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) in England.
About the Law School
Dundee is a small and friendly law school where staff and students know each other.
You will be assigned an adviser of studies who will follow you through your studies offering support and advice on study skills, academic performance, careers options and employment.
Our Student Law Society runs excellent professional and social events, we run a Law Clinic and have a competitive mooting society.
The following are the minimum, up-to-date entry requirements.
Graduate Entry Accelerated (two-year) Degree
|Honours degree||Minimum of second class (2.2 or higher)|
|Ordinary degree||Appropriate degree with 60% or above in all Level 3 modules.|
English Language Requirement
For non EU students
Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF)
The University of Dundee has been given a Gold award – the highest possible rating – in the 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF).
How you'll be taught
Dundee is a small and friendly law school where staff and students know each other. You will be taught using a combination of face to face lectures, seminars and tutorials.
Even in the subjects students take with both streams, your lecture sizes will never be more than 165 students and seminars are limited to 25 students and tutorials are limited to 15.
How will your students be assessed?
Students are assessed using a range of techniques including essays, reports, presentations / graded moots, class exams and final examinations.
What you will study
The Graduate Entry LLB will provide you with a rounded legal education as well as covering all the mandatory subjects for the law societies.
These include: Foundations of Law, Contract Law, Tort or Delict, Criminal Law and Evidence, Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Human Rights, European Union Law, Property Law, Commercial Law and Family Law.
Students can also choose from a variety of options, which may include Roman Law, Careers, Environmental Law, Taxation, Intellectual Property, International Law and International Private Law.
Law ranks 5th in the Telegraph’s top 12 degree subjects for getting a job behind medicine and dentistry, veterinary science, medical related and education (August 17, 2015).
I am really enjoying the challenge of the Accelerated Scots Law LLB. It stretches me, challenging my preconceptions about the law and it can have so many applications, both in and outside the legal profession. I already have an honours degree so being able to offer an employer an LLB, along with my other skills and experience, will hopefully allow me to create my own niche in a competitive market.
The fees you pay will depend on your fee status. Your fee status is determined by us using the information you provide on your application.
Fees for students starting 2018-19
|Fee category||Fees for students starting 2018-19|
|Scottish and EU students||£6,000 per year of study|
|Rest of UK students||£9,250 per year of study. See our scholarships for rest of UK applicants.|
|Overseas students (non-EU)||£16,450 per year of study. See our scholarships for international applicants.|
Tuition fees for Overseas (non-EU) students are guaranteed not to increase by more than 3% per year, for the length of your course.
The normal UCAS deadline does not apply for the accelerated programmes, and we will consider applications received after 15 January.
Unistats data set - formerly the Key Information Set (KIS)
|Degree||UCAS Code||Unistats Data|
|Apply Now||Law (Eng/NI) - Accelerated LLB (Hons)||M101|
|Apply Now||Law (Scots) - Accelerated LLB (Hons)||M104|