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Law A Level at South & City College Birmingham

Course description

In the first year of the course, students will study AS Law. This is a stand-alone qualification that is co-taught with A-level Law. This course is suitable for students with no prior knowledge of the subject. Students will develop a comprehensive understanding of the role of law in today's society, alongside an awareness of the rights and responsibilities of individuals and how this applies to their lives. Students will also develop analytical and problem-solving capabilities as they learn to apply legal rules.Work ExperienceAll students are required to complete a minimum of 20 hours work experience in both year one and year two. This will help develop the personal qualities and skills required by universities and employers.

Entry requirements

Six GCSEs at grade 5 (C) or above including English language and maths.

Financial information

STANDARD_FEES: £ TBA
24+ LOAN FEES: £ 724.00
INTERNATIONAL_FEES: £ 5,000.00
. Our course fees vary depending on your circumstances.For full fee information do not hesitateto call us on 0800 111 6311

Future opportunities

Taken as part of a package of A-levels, this course can lead on to a degree course in Law or other subjects. You will also be equipped to go to university and to engage in careers in the Social Science pathways, which include but are not limited to: Criminology, Psychology, Journalism, Social Work, Corporate social responsibility, Criminal justice services / Youth Justice Services, Diversity and human rights, Economic development, Teaching, education and training/lifelong learning, Human Resources, Health services, Housing, Immigration services, International aid and development, Legal services, Police, Research and policy development or Government/politics

Further information

Please contact our admissions team on 0800 111 6311 or email hello@southandcity.com. You can also visit our website www.sccb.ac.uk and apply online.

How to apply

You can apply for this course through UCAS Progress. Add this course to your favourites so you can start making an application.

Last updated date: 19 September 2017
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