Law A Level at Vandyke Upper School and Community College
A Level law provides a fascinating insight into so many different disciplines. It links all aspects of society. It helps students develop a range of transferable skills: analytical skills, attention to details, logical thinking, research skills, essay writing skills and the ability to produce a balanced argument.
Students will learn about:
The legal system and law making
The nature of law and criminal law
Human rights law
A grade 5 at GCSE English Language or Literature is essential.
The A Level qualification consists of three exam papers, each 2 hours long and each worth 33.33% of the marks. There is a variety of exam questions including: essay questions - legal scenario questions.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Vandyke Upper School and Community College directly.