Introduction to the Programme
The LLB Honours Law with International Relations Programme is offered at Middlesex University campuses in London and Dubai
Studying on this programme gives you an opportunity to complete a qualifying law degree while locating law in the turbulent, rapidly changing world of international relations. As well as fulfilling the requirements of students who wish to train towards general legal practice, the LLB Law with International Relations is especially suitable for students interested in pursuing a career within one of the many kinds of multilateral organisation to be found in increasingly globalised societies (e.g. political, diplomatic, regulatory, campaigning, service-providing, health, trade and other agencies, NGOs and charities).
Throughout this programme, students develop the knowledge and skills needed to follow a career in law with a specialist knowledge and understanding of International Relations. A career in law offers determined graduates excellent salary prospects and fast progression.
The LLB with International Relations degree satisfies the requirements of the UK professional bodies, the Solicitors Regulation Authority and the Bar Standards Board, to enable graduates to proceed to the professional exams, Legal Practice Course or Bar Professional Training Course, if they wish to do so.
Why Study LLB Honours Law with International Relations?
Our lecturers have extensive expertise in academia and practice, bringing a wealth of international experience, challenging you to think beyond the textbook. Alongside developing a thorough grounding in the core areas of English Law, you will gain the legal skills and academic grounding to embark on the next stage of training. A law degree is also an excellent platform for entering related professions.
The unique combination between the two disciplines in the current degree equips students with well-rounded knowledge and understanding of the contemporary issues of law and international relations and the necessary skills to apply them within a professional context.
Mode of Study Options: It is expected that by September 2021 we will have In-person classes and these could be supported by an online element. It is too early to commit to a 100% Online at present as it will depend on the Health & Safety situation and KHDA permissions. We can say at present that if the Health & Safety situation warrants it there could be a 100% online along with in-person classes.
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