Law degrees are highly regarded, as they give you the ability to reason, to analyse and negotiate, and communicate with people from all walks of life.
A good law school can lead to an exciting and challenging career as a lawyer, solicitor or barrister, but it can also offers high-paying career opportunities in business, banking, politics and government.
You could also use your college of law study to fight for human rights, working in third world aid and development projects, or in international law.
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You can study at schools of law and law colleges around the world – but the important thing to check is whether your own country will recognise that qualification when you return.
English Law, or ‘common law’, is the basis for many legal systems, including those in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, India and Pakistan. An international law degree is a great asset in the global economy of today as many business deals are negotiated across borders.
Although the USA also uses common law, it offers a different style of legal study. In the US, you can study a JD (Judicial Degree), your first law degree, and then progress to an LLM (Masters of Law) as a graduate.
In the UK, Australia and New Zealand, you can study an LLB (Bachelor of Law) as an undergraduate law degree, and combine it with other degrees for a double major. But you’ll still need to pass post-graduate bar exams to qualify as a professional lawyer.
You can also choose a legal specialisation. Criminal law could lead you into law enforcement, forensic science and psychology. Commercial law specialisations include intellectual property and taxation law. And you can also study constitutional law, analysing government and policy decisions.
No matter which law university you choose, make sure it has a well-stocked law library. You’ll be doing a lot of reading and research to find solutions to typical legal problems, work on your thesis, and pass you examinations.
We have selected over 1450 Law courses at different levels of cost and reputation for you to apply to online.
*Students with a lower score may still be accepted if they complete an English language course or a foundation year before going on to their chosen degree.
In some countries, you can also study a joint degree, adding degrees in areas such as business, IT, international relations or psychology to your law degree.
Entry requirements vary, but all international applicants from non-English speaking countries will need to prove a certain level of English language ability. You will need to be very confident in your written and spoken English skills to be a successful law student.
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