The Bachelor of Laws of the University of London International Programmes is an internationally recognised degree course which leads to a Qualifying Law Degree and allows its graduates to exercise the legal profession.
Students are given the option to study full-time or part-time while the programme’s duration may range from 2 to 6 years. Pre-sessional courses are held during the last three weeks of September, regular courses start in October and are completed in April.
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Academic direction for this LLB degree is provided by six of the Member Institutions of the University of London which have Law Faculty or Department: Birkbeck, King’s College London (KCL), London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), Queen Mary, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) and University College London (UCL).
DEI College is a Recognised Centre of the University of London International Programmes authorised to provide the LLB degree course. This means that the University of London to its documented knowledge finds that DEI College adheres to the development of high standards in academic teaching, student support and administrative procedures.
This programme is for those who:
- Are highly qualified and interested in enhancing their skills and abilities in order to prepare for a career in law in Greece or abroad
- Wish to train in conducting advanced legal research in English
- Wish to acquire a prestigious law degree
Structure of the Programme
This degree course includes a minimum of nine modules – for candidates that are already holders of a degree admissible by the University of London – and a maximum of twelve modules to be completed within a period of at least two and three years respectively.
First year compulsory modules:
- Criminal Law
- Public Law
- UK Legal System and Methods
- Contract Law.
Second year compulsory modules:
- Tort Law
- Equity and Trusts
- EU Law
Third year compulsory modules:
- Property Law
- Jurisprudence and Legal Theory
Holding a degree from the University of London International Programmes is an accomplishment of excellence, internationally recognised by universities and employers. This is due to the fact that the University of London is one of the most acclaimed educational institutions in the world, universally renowned for its high academic standards. Graduates of this programme will have successfully completed an internationally recognised degree course and will have acquired all the necessary skills rendering their expertise a valuable asset in a wide array of professional fields in Greece and abroad.
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