LLB degree courses

The LLB degree is probably the most common type of undergraduate law degree, and is studied by undergraduates seeking to practice in law as well as those students who eventually enter into other non-law related professions. LLB degrees are well regarded as rigorous degrees that train graduates for a wide range of career opportunities.

LLB course content

A good quality LLB degree will include the study of the seven base subjects of a Qualifying Law Degree plus the opportunity for students to follow their individual interest by means of a range of optional law modules which allow for specialisation. Examples include Company Law; Consumer Law; Environmental Law; Evidence; Family and Welfare Law; Media Law; Private and International Law; Taxation; Intellectual Property Law and European Legal Systems. More information...

LLB courses at Bangor

Every Bangor LLB degree is a Qualifying Law Degree which denotes they are all approved by the Law Society of England and Wales and recognised for entry onto professional vocational training to become Solicitors or Barristers.

Whilst providing a thorough foundation in the fundamentals of law, Bangor LLB degrees also reflect the legal environment of the 21st century by focusing on developing the legal skills required not only in the UK but also in Europe and the wider international community.

In the latest National Students Survey (2016), Bangor University was awarded an impressive 93% student satisfaction rating in the subject area of Law, highlighting the high level of support and smaller class sizes offered at Bangor compared to other larger UK law schools.

Five of our LLB degree courses are recognised by the Bar Council of India. Find out more, including which courses...

Other types of Law degree

If you'd like to studying another subject in addition to Law, but you also want to ensure you study a Qualifying Law Degree, then you should consider one of our 'Law with another subject' degree courses.