Study for a practical law degree by distance learning


The LLB in Legal Practice is a law degree with a difference. It enables you to combine essential legal knowledge with practical legal skills while gaining a valuable law degree from Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU).

Developed jointly by Manchester Law School, part of Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU), and CILEx Law School, the degree is taught via supported distance learning, so you can study from anywhere in the UK. The legal practice electives fulfil all the academic study required to become a Chartered Legal Executive, which is what makes this programme so distinctive.

In common with other law degrees, the LLB in Legal Practice will also prepare you for further training if you want to become a solicitor or barrister. On graduating you will be able to apply legal theory to practical law with confidence, making you more employable than graduates who have studied a traditional law degree.

Fees for the 2014 intake are £3,850. Subsequent years may be subject to a small inflationary increase of between 2-5% per annum. Total fees for the four-year course for those enrolling in 2014 will be in the region of £17,000. A student loan may also be available from Student Finance England depending on your circumstances.

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