Undergraduate law courses
We offer undergraduate law degrees as full-time, sandwich, part-time, and accelerated courses.
- Accelerated (Two-Year) LLB (Hons)
UCAS code: M101
- LLB (Hons) Law
UCAS code: M100
- LLB (Hons) Criminal Justice
UCAS code: M1M2
Study law the Hertfordshire way
Hertfordshire Law School is at the forefront of legal education. Moving away from the traditional lecture-seminar format we have designed a more engaging approach that is unique among law schools.
Our approach delivers results: just ask the 65.4% of students who graduate with a 1st or 2.1 honours degree each year. We call it the Hertfordshire Way.
Our teaching is delivered in multiple stages:
- Lectures on Demand - All your lectures are delivered by academic experts. They are also recorded, creating a personal library across each module. You can watch them wherever and whenever you want via a range of devices.
- Develop your skills and put what you have learnt into practice - Following the lecture, you will develop a deeper understanding of the law in weekly two-hour small-group seminars. Aside from developing your knowledge you will also have the opportunity to develop key employability skills. Using realistic scenarios and legal documents, you will learn how the law applies in such situations and develop the skills necessary to address complex legal issues.
- Large group sessions - These additional lectures focus on assessment support, coinciding with coursework and exam periods.
- Weekly surgeries - We offer timetabled drop-in sessions, allowing you to see tutors on a one to one basis to raise any issues.
Hertfordshire Law School students benefit from a planned and varied assessment landscape which makes full use of the academic year and avoids student overload.
All our LLB (hons) Law degrees cover the academic stage of professional legal education and are recognised by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) and Bar Standards Board (BSB).
On graduation from one of our degrees you will be eligible to progress onto the professional stage of training to become a Solicitor or Barrister.
In addition to studying the foundation subjects necessary for a qualifying law degree, our programmes allow you to select modules and specialise in a particular area of law according to your interests or career plans.
We don't just teach you the law, we immerse you in it. Our original approach provides you with the practical skills sought by employers.
Alongside your degree, and at no additional cost, you will have the chance to take part in a range of co-curricular activities run by the School.
Our aim is that you leave us with a degree and skill set that will set you apart from other law graduates.