Setting your sights on a high-flying career? Nottingham Law School at Nottingham Trent University is the perfect place to start.
If you study Law at Nottingham Trent University you will become part of one of the largest and most innovative Law Schools in the UK. All our undergraduate Law degrees are recognised by the Bar Standards Board and Solicitors Regulation Authority as Qualifying Law Degrees, enabling you to progress on to further legal training to become a solicitor or barrister.
This course incorporates a good deal of flexibility and choice. In Year 2 you can choose between two different pathways which enable you to either take year-long specialist modules or combine half-year modules with the chance to study abroad, take a work placement, clinical legal education or Business modules. In the final year you will choose five modules that reflect your interests from a wide range of optional modules. You will also undertake the Path to Professional Practice or an Independent Law Research Project module.
With an award-winning pro bono scheme, mooting club, thriving student law society, school magazine, international summer schools and social and networking events there are plenty of opportunities for you to get involved with Law School life and really make the most out of your time here.
Discover life at NTU for yourself at one of our open days. During the day you'll be able to take a guided tour of the campus, speak to staff and current students, and find out more about Student Support Service.
Alternatively, if you are unable to attend any of our open days take a look at our Virtual Open Day which includes videos and photos of the campus and all the information you can expect to find on an open day.
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Our prospectus will give you a taste of what it's like to study at NTU and live in Nottingham.
The University reviews and sets fee levels on an annual basis. Visit our fees page for the most up-to-date fee information.
Nottingham Law School is a truly international school, and aims to recruit the most able students from around the world, ensuring both quality and diversity in its student populations.
Studying Law in England will give you an opportunity to reflect on the differences in how law is made here compared to your own country and to appreciate other legal systems.
International and EU students should be aware that they will need to meet the English language requirements.
Employability is your passport to the world of work. It’s about more than just a degree, which is why we pack your student experience with opportunities that will enable you to graduate with a CV that’s bursting with the qualities employers are looking for.
Our close links with over 800 organisations worldwide ensures that our courses meet the needs of employers. Organisations will be involved throughout your course, providing live briefs, attending recruitment fairs and events and delivering guest lectures, meaning you’ll benefit from the knowledge, expertise and opportunities they can provide.