Law (Eng/NI) - Accelerated Graduate Entry LLB
A two year graduate entry course with the subjects you need to practise Law in England, Wales, Northern Ireland, or other common law jurisdictions globally
This course allows graduates with a degree in any area, to complete an English Law degree in two years, instead of three.
This course is recognised in common law countries that accept an English qualifying degree.
We offer training for the exams to enter the Institute of Professional Legal Studies in Northern Ireland.
This course can be used as part of an accepted pathway into practice as a solicitor or a barrister in England and Wales. Find out more about:
- the route to qualifying as a solicitor, using our guide to the Solicitors’ Qualifying Examination
- the process of becoming a barrister, at the Bar Standards Board website.
Kevin Wahba, from Canada, travelled to Dundee as an international student and graduated in 2014 from English Law – Accelerated Program and is currently Registrar of the Association of Ontario Land Surveyors.
"I consider the University of Dundee a significant part of the foundation of my success over the years and believe that any student searching for an opportunity for adventure, a quality learning experience, and the chance to make lifelong friends would be as impressed and satisfied as I am"
Along with your studies we encourage our students to join one of our Law societies:
- The Dundee University Law Society is one of the biggest and most active societies on campus and helps build your Law network.
- The Dundee International Law Society is a student-led society that arranges seminars, debates, colloquia and presentations on international law problems and prospects.
- The Law Review is a publication run by students and reviewed by academics to ensure high academic standards. This is an ideal opportunity to gain legal editing and writing experience.
- Our Mooting society provides training and practice in advocacy. Each year members participate in national and international competitions, including at the International Court of Justice in The Hague.
- The Telders International Law Moot Court Competition provides an opportunity for law students with an interest in public international law to hone their skills in front of leading experts and compete against teams from across Europe.
You can read more about the successes of our Law societies here.
Lucy Campbell, Accelerated Law