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University of East Anglia
In Norwich (Grossbritannien)

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Tipologie Postgraduate
Ort Norwich (Grossbritannien)
Beginn nach Wahl
  • Postgraduate
  • Norwich (Grossbritannien)
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Beschreibung

OVERVIEW
UEA Law School offers four innovative and academically stimulating law degrees that cover the legal systems of the UK and France, as well as the rest of Europe and the US. As well as being academically rigorous, our courses train students in the skills they will need as lawyers as well as in general “transferable” skills, both of which will be built upon throughout the LLB Law degree with a variety of modules incorporating teaching methods such as problem based learning, small group exercises and class presentations. We offer a wide range of optional modules and students also have an opportunity to hone their skills further through the exciting range of extra-curricular activities offered within the Law School.
COURSE STRUCTURE
This is a three-year degree programme, which covers the core foundational subjects as well as offering a wide range of optional modules with legal and career management skills.
Year 1:
The first year provides the foundation for the remainder of the degree. Several of the foundational legal subjects are covered in this year together with modules that provide you with skills for practice as a lawyer, including legal writing, legal research and legal reasoning skills.
You will take six core modules: Legal Method, Skills and Reasoning; Law in Practice; Constitutional and Administrative Law; English Legal Process; Principles of Criminal Law; and Contract Law.
You will also be required to take the skills development programme run by the School and will have the opportunity of taking part in extra-curricular activities, such as mooting, negotiation and pro bono work.
Year 2:
You will cover four more core modules required for a qualifying law degree. These are Land Law, Tort Law, EU Law and Trusts. You will then choose two optional choice modules. All of these modules are for one semester only.
The second part of the Skills Development Programme is also taken in this year and focuses extensively on career development skills....

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Voraussetzungen: ENTRY REQUIREMENTS 2017/8 A Level AAA International Baccalaureate 34 points Scottish Advanced Highers AAA Irish Leaving Certificate AAAAAA OR 6 subjects at H1 Access Course An ARTS/Humanities/Social Science pathway preferred. Pass with Distinction in 45 credits at Level 3 BTEC D*D*D* Acceptable BTEC subjects Applied Science, Applied Law and Business European Baccalaureate 85% Entry Requirement You are required to have Mathematics and English Language at a minimum of Grade C or Grade 4 or above at GCSE. UEA recognises that some students take a mixture of International Baccalaureate...

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Norwich
University Of East Anglia, NR4 7TJ, Norfolk, Grossbritannien
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Contract Law
IT Law
EU Law
Administrative Law
Politics
Law of Tort
Trusts
Land Law
Employment Law
English
International
Law
University
School

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COURSE MODULES
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Compulsory Study (120 credits)
Disclaimer
Whilst the University will make every effort to offer the modules listed, changes may sometimes be made arising from the annual monitoring, review and update of modules and regular (five-yearly) review of course programmes. Where this activity leads to significant (but not minor) changes to programmes and their constituent modules, there will normally be prior consultation of students and others. It is also possible that the University may not be able to offer a module for reasons outside of its control, such as the illness of a member of staff or sabbatical leave. Where this is the case, the University will endeavour to inform students.

Compulsory Study (120 credits)
Students must study the following modules for 120 credits:
Name Code Credits
CONSTITUTIONAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
LAW-4003A
20
CONTRACT LAW
LAW-4006B
20
ENGLISH LEGAL PROCESS
LAW-4004A
20
LAW IN PRACTICE
LAW-4001Y
20
LEGAL METHOD, SKILLS AND REASONING
LAW-4002A
20
PRINCIPLES OF CRIMINAL LAW
LAW-4005B
20

Compulsory Study (80 credits)
Students must study the following modules for 80 credits:
Name Code Credits
EU LAW
LAW-5006A
20
LAND LAW
LAW-5008A
20
THE LAW OF TORT
LAW-5016B
20
THE LAW OF TRUSTS
LAW-5007A
20
Option A Study (40 credits)
Students will select 40 credits from the following modules:
Name Code Credits
ANIMAL WELFARE LAW
LAW-5019B
20
EMPLOYMENT LAW 1
LAW-5015B
20
EU CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
LAWZ5018B
20
FAMILY LAW: CHILD LAW
LAW-5012B
20
FURTHER TOPICS IN CONTRACT LAW
LAWZ5017B
20
LAW AND BUSINESS
LAW-5013B
20
PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW
LAW-5014B
20

Option A Study (100 - 120 credits)
Students will select 100 - 120 credits from the following modules:
Name Code Credits
COMPANY LAW
LAW-6006A
20
COMPARATIVE LAW
LAW-6008A
20
COMPETITION LAW
LAW-6010A
20
CRIME AND SENTENCING
LAWZ6023B
20
DISCRIMINATION LAW
LAW-6011A
20
DISSERTATION
LAW-6002Y
20
EMPLOYMENT LAW 2
LAW-6021B
20
FAMILY LAW: ADULT RELATIONSHIPS
LAW-6013A
20
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW
LAW-6019B
20
INTERNATIONAL AND EU ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
LAW-6014A
20
INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW
LAW-6020B
20
INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW AND REFUGEE LAW
LAW-6007A
20
INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAW
LAW-6017B
20
INTERNET LAW
LAW-6001A
20
JURISPRUDENCE
LAW-6018B
20
LAW AND MEDICINE
LAW-6016B
20
MEDIA LAW
LAW-6009A
20
MISCARRIAGES OF JUSTICE
LAW-6027B
20
THE CRIMINAL PROCESS
LAW-6015A
20
Option B Study (0 - 20 credits)
Students will select 0 - 20 credits from the following modules:
Name Code Credits
ANIMAL WELFARE LAW
LAW-5019B
20
BEGINNERS' ARABIC I
PPLB4029A
20
BEGINNERS' CHINESE I
PPLB4034A
20
BEGINNERS' FRENCH I
PPLB4013A
20
BEGINNERS' FRENCH I (SPRING START)
PPLB4015B
20
BEGINNERS' GERMAN I
PPLB4018A
20
BEGINNERS' ITALIAN I
PPLB4038A
20
BEGINNERS' JAPANESE I
PPLB4040A
20
BEGINNERS' JAPANESE I (SPRING START)
PPLB4042B
20
BEGINNERS' RUSSIAN I
PPLB4043A
20
BEGINNERS' SPANISH I
PPLB4022A
20
BEGINNERS' SPANISH I (SPRING START)
PPLB4024B
20
BLACK FREEDOM STRUGGLES: THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT
AMAH5050B
20
BRITAIN AND EUROPE
PPLI5058B
20
BLACK FREEDOM STRUGGLES: SLAVERY, 1619-1865
AMAH5043A
20
DEMOCRACY
PPLX5051B
20
DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICE
PPLX6098B
20
EMPLOYMENT LAW 1
LAW-5015B
20
EU CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
LAWZ5018B
20
EU'S FUTURE AS AN INTERNATIONAL ACTOR
PPLI5046B
20
FAMILY LAW: CHILD LAW
LAW-5012B
20
FURTHER TOPICS IN CONTRACT LAW
LAWZ5017B
20
GENDER AND THE MEDIA
AMAM5031A
20
HUMAN RIGHTS: THE HISTORY OF AN IDEA
HIS-5043A
20
IN AND OUT: THE POLITICS OF MIGRATION
PPLI5060B
20
INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I
PPLB5150A
20
INTERMEDIATE GERMAN I
PPLB5151A
20
INTERMEDIATE ITALIAN I
PPLB5039A
20
INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I
PPLB5152A
20
INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION AND GLOBAL GOVERNANCE
PPLI5057A
20
INTERNATIONAL POLITICS SINCE 1945
PPLI5045A
20
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORY
PPLI5059A
20
INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
PPLI5056B
20
INTRODUCTION TO BRITISH SIGN LANGUAGE I
PPLB4031A
20
INTRODUCTION TO BRITISH SIGN LANGUAGE I (SPRING START)
PPLB4033B
20
LANGUAGE AND GENDER (LEVEL 6)
PPLL6035A
20
LAW AND BUSINESS
LAW-5013B
20
POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
DEV-5008B
20
POST A-LEVEL FRENCH 1/I
PPLF4016A
20
POST A-LEVEL GERMAN 1/I
PPLB4020A
20
POST A-LEVEL SPANISH 1/I
PPLH4025A
20
POWER AND SOCIETY
PPLX5159B
20
PROPAGANDA
HIS-5050B
20
PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW
LAW-5014B
20
THE MODERN MIDDLE EAST
HIS-5048B
20
THE POLITICS OF ELECTIONS AND ELECTORAL MALPRACTICE
PPLX6091B
20
THE US SUPREME COURT, 1900-TODAY: THE RIGHTS REVOLUTION
AMAH6041B
20
TOPICS IN BRITISH POLITICS
PPLX5048A
20
WARS AND HUMANITARIAN CRISES
DEV-6003A
20

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