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Study Law at BU

We have a long tradition of offering high-quality, industry-focused law degrees that fully prepare you for your legal career. Take your first steps towards your future and find a place through Clearing this September.

Law courses

New A-level grades

Following the recent government announcement that A-level students will now receive Centre Assessed Grades – grades awarded based on teacher assessment – as their final result, we are still making offers for 2020 entry subject to availability.

We can appreciate that this a hugely unsettling time for those entering university this year. We are doing everything we can to assist those wishing to join us this September. If your circumstances have changed as a result of Centre Assessed Grading, or you’ve applied but did not receive a place with us based on your previous grades, please contact us today. You can learn more about our admissions position via our Centre Assessed Grades FAQs.

Call +44(0)1202 966777 to talk to us about places in Clearing or apply online now.

Why study Law at BU?

  • Our practical Moot Court experience tests oral and written skills in a courtroom environment and will give you valuable practical experience
  • Our LLB (Hons) Law degree is a qualifying law degree (QLD), meaning you’ll graduate with an accreditation from the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) and Bar Standards Board (BSB)
  • We work closely with the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA), the Bar Standards Board (BSB) and various members of the legal profession to develop course content that reflects the industry today
  • If you’re planning a career as a solicitor, the Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE) pathway assists you in preparing for the stage one SQE assessments
  • BU has excellent links with a range of legal firms; our students have completed placements with the likes of Steele Raymond, Law Debenture, Citizen’s Advice Bureau and the CPS
  • Contribute to the BU Law Review, an academic publication designed to enable students to further their interests relating to the law and to publish their excellent research.

Find a course starting this September through Clearing