Law (AQA) at Stanford & Corringham Sixth Form Centre
An A level qualification in Law will prepare you for a wide variety of university degree courses, as it will develop your skills of analysis, comprehension, academic writing and debating.
Law is a well-respected subject and success in this course is likely to make you attractive to prospective employers and university admissions tutors alike. Students should be aware that the A-level is not required in order to study for a university degree in law.
The A level course is modular, with two or three modules studied each year.
Examinations are taken in June.
AS modules focus on:
• Nature of Law and the English legal system
• Criminal Law
A2 modules focus on:
• Law of contract
• Human Rights
5 GCSE passes at grades 9 - 5 (including English Language at grade 5). A Humanities GCSE at grade 5 is also preferred.
Law opens up avenues to many exciting career areas including:
* Court Clerk
* Customs Official
* Legal Executive
* Police Officer
* Local Government Officer & Social Worker.
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.