Law Level 3 Vocational at Worcester Sixth Form College
Law is an exciting and challenging subject that would benefit any student aiming to persue a legal career or simply holding a general interest.
We assume no previous knowledge of the subject, and the main qualities needed to suceed are enthusiasm and determination.
If a student does not have either GCSE Maths and/or English Language this must form part of their programme. Where a student has a high average GCSE score but needs to take both GCSE Maths and GCSE English Language then they will do this in combination with 2 or 3 AS levels or BTEC Certificates, or a BTEC 90-credit Diploma.
Ability to cope with demands of coursework. Commitment to study independently.
This involves applying legal rules to case studies to determine liability for a range of offences including murder and manslaughter.
Resources and Facilities
All students are provided with a range of key texts, which can be supplemented from the well stocked legel section of the Learning Resouces 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.