Date of entry

September 2020

We support and develop your career skills as you study. Our close links to employers will help you to find a job when you graduate.

A new qualification route to practicing as a solicitor in England and Wales is currently (June 2019) being developed. This will be a centralised Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE). This LLB course will still enable you to pursue qualification as a solicitor until after these reforms come in. For more information on these reforms and what they might mean for your journey to practice, visit theĀ Solicitors Regulation Authority.

We also run an annual Legal Recruitment Fair. This attracts high profile employers and organisations wishing to to meet students and graduates and uncover talent for graduate positions, internships, placements, and other opportunities.

Law graduates work in many different careers. Some choose to practice law as solicitors or barristers, in private practice, government departments, or as in-house counsel in businesses.

Other law graduates choose to go into business, politics, journalism, or academia.

Studying a language is one of the best ways to make yourself even more employable. Our language graduates have gone on to work all over the world in a range of areas such as:

  • teaching English as a second language
  • publishing
  • tourism
  • government
  • NGOs
  • business
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