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The structure of the Full Time Fast Track Degree allows you to complete the Unclassified Degree in 2 years and is for Graduate entrants only of any discipline. Apply for full-time study through http:www.ucas.ac.uk The degree has been designed to fulfil the requirements of the Law Society of Scotland. Why choose this programme? Glasgow Caledonian is accredited by the Law Society of Scotland as a provider of the LLB - Bachelor of Laws which, together with other training, is the main route for entry to the solicitors profession. As one of a small group to enter the LLB, you will gain your degree within a supportive and vibrant learning environment. What you'll learn Year 1 - Scots Private Law, Public Law, Managerial Finance, EC Economic & Social Law 1, Legal Theory. Scots Private Law, Public Law, IDA Year 2 - Commercial Law, Legal Skills, EC Economic & Social Law 2, Conveyancing, Evidence. Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Taxation, Law option Career Opportunities Many graduates seek entry to the Diploma in Legal Practice - the next stage for those who wish ultimately to qualify as a solicitor in Scotland. An LLB undoubtedly remains one of the elite degrees, carrying great weight with employers and, in addition to Law firms, a wide range of employers recruit law graduates, particularly in business and the public sector. Examples include banks, building societies, insurance companies, accountants, universities and further education colleges, the civil service, local government, health authorities and voluntary organisations, the police force and retailers. (Source Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services)

The structure of the Full Time Fast Track Degree allows you to complete the Unclassified Degree in 2 years and is for Graduate entrants only of any discipline. Apply for full-time study through http:www.ucas.ac.uk The degree has been designed to fulfil the requirements of the Law Society of Scotland. Why choose this programme? Glasgow Caledonian is accredited by the Law Society of Scotland as a...

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