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Law A Level at Lytham Sixth Form College

Course description

The study of law develops students’ ability to structure arguments effectively and to interpret theoretical evidence so as to apply it to practical situations. In this programme, students will focus on the following areas of study: Understanding Legal Values, Structures and Processes; Understanding Legal Reasoning, Personnel and Methods; Criminal Law; Understanding Substantive Law; Understanding Law in Context. A law qualification is directly relevant to the legal profession and especially for those looking to become Legal Executives, Criminologists, Solicitors or Barristers; however, it can also prove beneficial for careers in media and journalism, the Civil Service, business and administration, management and politics.

Entry requirements

In order to study this A level programme students must gain 5 GCSEs at grades A* - C or an equivalent full Level 2 qualification, including English Language at grade B and a grade B or Merit in Law.

Assessment

A Levels are assessed by a mixture of coursework and exams.

Financial information

You could be eligible for a 16-19 bursary to help with education-related costs.

Further information

When filling in your application, we would be grateful if you would supply all the information we ask for as clearly as possible.Remember to include:- your full name, address and a contact number- the full name of the course/qualifications you’re applying for- the qualifications you have and/or are currently studying, including your predicted grades or grades already achievedYou will be invited for an interview, which is an informal opportunity to discuss your chosen course.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Lytham Sixth Form College directly.

Last updated date: 10 September 2015
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