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English and German Law

University College London

  • September, 2020 Start Date

  • 4 years Duration

  • Full Time Study Mode

  • £9250.00 Course Fee

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Course Description

With growing demand in Europe for lawyers qualified in more than one jurisdiction, this four-year dual degree programme involves two years of study both at UCL and at the Universität zu Köln in Germany, leading to the award of a Bachelor of Laws degree from each institution.

  • This programme leads to the award of both the LLB English and German Law honours degree from UCL and the Bachelor of Laws from the Universität zu Köln.

  • You will be taught by distinguished academics who are cutting-edge researchers in their fields. Their knowledge of law and their significant experience and influence will enrich your learning.

  • The international scope of our degrees is reflected in the content of different topics, itself reflecting the expertise of our staff in international and comparative law.

With growing demand in Europe for lawyers qualified in more than one jurisdiction, this four-year dual degree programme involves two years of study both at UCL and at the Universität zu Köln in Germany, leading to the award of a Bachelor of Laws degree from each institution. This programme leads to the award of both the LLB English and German...

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Course Content

An indicative guide to the structure of this programme, year by year.

Year 1

Core or compulsory module(s)

Contract Law
Criminal Law
European Legal Studies (German) I
Property Law I
Public Law

Optional modules

All first-year modules are compulsory.

Year 2

Core or compulsory module(s)

European Legal Studies (German) II
European Union Law
Property Law II
Tort Law

Optional modules

All second-year modules are compulsory.

Year 3

Study in Germany

Students are registered in the Bachelor of Laws degree programme as full-time undergraduates of the Universität zu Köln.

Year 4

Study in Germany

Students are registered in the Bachelor of Laws degree programme as full-time undergraduates of the Universität zu Köln.

An indicative guide to the structure of this programme, year by year. Year 1 Core or compulsory module(s) Contract Law Criminal Law European Legal Studies (German) I Property Law I Public Law Optional modules All first-year modules are...

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Available Dates

Location Start Date Price  

Classroom

Bloomsbury

Full Time, 4 years

September, 2020

£9250.00

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Entry Requirements

A Levels

Grades

A*AA

Subjects

Complete fluency in German required.

GCSEs

English Language and Mathematics at grade B or 6. For UK-based students, a grade C or 5 or equivalent in a foreign language (other than Ancient Greek, Biblical Hebrew or Latin) is required. UCL provides opportunities to meet the foreign language requirement following enrolment, further details at: www.ucl.ac.uk/ug-reqs

Contextual offer

Grades

AAB (more about contextual offers)

Subjects

Complete fluency in German required.

IB Diploma

Points

39

Subjects

A score of 19 points in three higher level subjects, with no score lower than 5. Complete fluency in German is required.

Contextual offer

Points

International Baccalaureate Diploma with 36 points overall, and a combined score of 17 achieved in three higher level subjects with no score lower than 5 (more about contextual offers)

Subjects

Complete fluency in German required.

ADDITIONAL TESTS

LNAT

English language requirements

If your education has not been conducted in the English language, you will be expected to demonstrate evidence of an adequate level of English proficiency. Information about the evidence required, acceptable qualifications and test providers can be found on our English language requirements page.

The English language level for this programme is: Advanced

A variety of English language programmes are offered at the UCL Centre for Languages & International Education.

A Levels Grades A*AA Subjects Complete fluency in German required. GCSEs English Language and Mathematics at grade B or 6. For UK-based students, a grade C or 5 or equivalent in a foreign language (other than Ancient Greek, Biblical Hebrew or Latin) is required. UCL...

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Assessment Methods

You are required to pass written examinations each year for most modules. In some cases an essay also counts towards the final module mark.

You are required to pass written examinations each year for most modules. In some cases an essay also counts towards the final module mark.

Student Satisfaction

Source: NSS

Overall student satisfaction
84%
of students were satisfied overall
The teaching on my course
89% of students strongly agree that staff are good explaining things
85% of students strongly agree that staff have made the subject interesting
96% of students strongly agree that the course is intellectually stimulating
78% of students strongly agree that the course has challenged them to achieve their best work
Learning opportunities
84% of students strongly agree that the course has provided them with opportunities to explore ideas or concepts in depth
67% of students strongly agree that the course has provided them with opportunities to bring information and ideas together from different topics
67% of students strongly agree that the course has provided them with opportunities to apply what they have learnt
Assessment and feedback
77% of students strongly agree that the criteria used in marking have been clear in advance
78% of students strongly agree that the marking and assessment has been fair
70% of students strongly agree that the teedback on their work has been timely
72% of students strongly agree that they have received helpful comments on my work
Academic support
83% of students strongly agree that they have been able to contact staff when they needed to
61% of students strongly agree that they have received sufficient advice and guidance in relation to their course
64% of students strongly agree that good advice was available when they needed to make study choices on their course
Organisation and management
62% of students strongly agree that the course is well organised and running smoothly
73% of students strongly agree that the timetable works efficiently for them
70% of students strongly agree that any changes in the course or teaching have been communicated effectively
Learning resources
74% of students strongly agree that the IT resources and facilities provided have supported their learning well
74% of students strongly agree that the library resources (e.g. books, online services and learning spaces) have supported their learning well
88% of students strongly agree that they have been able to 3ess course-specific resources (e.g. equipment, facilities, software, collections) when they needed to
Learning community
49% of students strongly agree that they feel part of a community of staff and students
44% of students strongly agree that they have had the right opportunities to work with other students as part of their course
Student voice
88% of students strongly agree that they have had the right opportunities to provide feedback on their course
74% of students strongly agree that staff value students’ views and opinions about the course
45% of students strongly agree that it is clear how students’ feedback on the course has been acted on
37% of students strongly agree that the students’ union (association or guild) effectively represents students’ academic interests

University TEF Outcome

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Statistics

Source: hesa.ac.uk

  • UCAS Points144

  • Employment Rate91%

  • Average Graduate Salary£22000

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