Law A Level at Worcester Sixth Form College
- GCSE English at grade B or above
- Desirable: Average GCSE score 5.7. If below this please advise students to discuss BTEC Law with this department.
Reason logically and apply evidence to principles. Developed writing skills.
Typically A Level assessment involves a combination of essay writing and analysis of legal problems.
Optional trips: London - approx £80
Many students decide to study Law at University, or choose related subjects such as Criminology. A degree in Law provides a route to a legal career, as well as being a qualification that is highly regarded by employers in areas such as business. Others have taken advantage of employment with opportunities for further training, for example working as Legal Executives or joining the Police.
Resources and Facilities
All students are provided with a range of key texts, which can be supplemented from the well stocked legal section of the Learning Resources Centre. The Department of Social Science has networked computer rooms with Internet access which are available to Law students.
There are opportunities to visit the Crown Court at Worcester and the Royal Courts of Justice and Parliament in London. Some second year students will also have the opportunity to visit Birmingham Courts.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Worcester Sixth Form College directly.