Law (Two Year Fast Track) LLB

Location Stoke-on-Trent campus
Duration Normally two years full-time.

2016/17 New Entrants, Full-time

  • Home and EU students: £9,000 per year of study
  • International students: £10,600 per year of study
Course Start September
Faculty Faculty of Business, Education and Law
Location Mode Start date Apply
Stoke Full-time 2016/17 Academic Year Apply via UCAS

This course - accredited by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) and the Bar Standards Board (BSB) - lets you gain a full Honours degree in just two years. It's ideal if you can commit to accelerated learning.

Course outline

Our Law (Two-year Fast-track) degree has all the advantages of the three-year Law degree, with the additional benefit that you'll graduate a year earlier.

In June of the first year, you'll complete a period of intensive learning from 9.30am to 5.00pm every day for two weeks. A further 60 credits are taught over the summer and you'll develop the skills you need to succeed with the distance-learning aspects of the course.

Final results are published in the September so you can continue your studies onto our highly-regarded Legal Practice Course or onto our taught LLM programme, which will allow you to specialise in a variety of areas.

You can also choose to take part in various competitions. These include mooting, interviewing and negotiation - all skills important in the workplace.

Graduate destinations

Many graduates from our LLB(Hons) awards progress to the professional stage of qualification as a lawyer by studying either the Legal Practice Course leading to qualification as a solicitor, or the Bar Professional Training Course leading to qualification as a barrister. Some go on to qualify as chartered legal executives or as licensed conveyancers. Other graduates work in a variety of law and business related jobs including the Courts Service, human resource management, Customs and Excise, accounting and insolvency practice, company secretary, law enforcement and the civil service.

Entry requirements

Typical UCAS Offer: 320 BTEC: All applicants are individually assessed.

What our students say

"After graduating, I went on to complete the Bar Professional Training Course and I can honestly say that the solid grounding I gained during my time at Staffordshire University helped me to succeed. I was 'Called to the Bar' in November 2011 and, after completing a twelve-month pupilage at a Chamber in Essex, began practicising family law earlier this year."

James Holmes, Barrister and LLB(Hons) Law 


Key features

We have a reputation for preparing students to take on the world. Our courses deliver the skills and experiences employers value. Our lecturers know what it is you need to succeed in business because they’re industry professionals. What we teach is not only quality assured but informed by the latest thinking and developments in the real world. And with excellent facilities, a lively social scene, and low cost of living, Staffordshire University is a great place to be a student.

Module overview

Year 1 (Core) - Teaching Blocks 1 and 2

  • English Legal System and Legal Skills
  • Contract and Problem Solving
  • Tort Law and Civil Remedies
  • Law and Society
  • Constitutional Law

Year 1 (Core) - Teaching Block 3

(Level 5 Foundation of Legal Knowledge)

  • Criminal Law OR
  • Property Law and Application

Year 1 (Core) - Teaching Block 3

  • Legal Principles

Year 2 (Core)

(Level 5 Foundation of Legal Knowledge)

  • Criminal Law OR
  • Property Law and Application


  • Law of Trusts and Equitable Remedies
  • Administrative Law and Human Rights
  • European Union Law

In year 2 you can apply to spend time advising real clients in our Legal Advice Centre (SULAC) - which will provide you with the perfect opportunity to develop and practise vital work-based skill.

Year 2  (Options)

  • Advice Clinic with Client Interviewing
  • Criminology
  • Criminal Justice and Punishment
  • Commercial Transactions
  • Company Law
  • Intellectual Property Law
  • Information Technology Law
  • Environmental Law
  • Family Law
  • Sports Law
  • Healthcare Law and Ethics
  • Employment and Equality Law
  • Mooting
  • Social Welfare Law and Practice
  • Rules of Criminal Evidence

Where next

On successful completion of the two-year degree, those of you who wish to do so can move directly onto the Legal Practice Course.

Students can progress to become Solicitors or Barristers. Many of those wishing to be Solicitors stay with us to complete the Legal Practice Course in our purpose built suite of practice offices; others pursue a more academic route by studying on our LLM Masters awards. Alternatively, the skills our students develop open up a wide range of careers, for example; in finance, commerce, public administration or management in industry.

Staffordshire Law graduates will benefit from 15% discount off the LPC tuition fees.

Have you also considered?

  • LLB Law (Three year)


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