Law A/S at University Academy Keighley
A demanding and interesting course, which requires a high level of commitment. The law affects everyone and some students take the course just out of interest, others may be looking towards a further course of legal study and perhaps a career in law.
Students are provided with detailed notes of all topics but are expected to do background reading and to make their own detailed notes. As the course involves a lot of reading and writing a good fluency and accuracy in English is essential - if you are to do well.The course is assessed entirely by exam, there is no coursework element. In the AS year each paper last 1 hours. Paper 1 is essay based; paper 2 is a problem paper in which students apply their knowledge of the law to factual situations.In year 2 of the A level year, unit 3 last 1hrs and consists of a problem question and a critical evaluation essay. The unit 4 paper lasts 2hrs and consists of 50% problem questions and 50% essay questions.
In addition to the ASF Level 3 entry requirements, students must have a grade C or above in English Language.
Section B Introduction to Tort: Liability in negligence; The courts: procedure and damages. 50% of AS25% of A level
A Level Law is not required for entry to Law degree courses but it is accepted and is very useful for any further study in law or for other degree courses. It is a useful qualification for anyone looking for employment as a legal executive, legal secretary, social worker, journalist, civil servant, forensic scientist, banker, and accountant or tax advisor.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact University Academy Keighley directly.