Law with Economics

Course introduction

Students looking to study Law will find the New College of the Humanities programme both challenging and rewarding. All of NCH's LLB Law degrees lead to a Qualifying Law Degree, enabling graduates to pursue a career from a wealth of choices. The aim of the Law programme is to provide a thematic basis to legal studies that align to career paths, provide legal knowledge and skills in areas which align with the College's LAUNCH programme in developing entrepreneurial abilities, and to equip students for further postgraduate study.

The Law with Economics LLB is a Qualifying Law Degree, covering all of the Solicitors’ Regulation Authority and Bar Standards Board required areas of study to permit progression onto the professional training courses for qualification as a solicitor or barrister. The Economics minor is designed to provide students with three types of economic grounding. Economic Principles provides the basic toolkit for the academic study of Economics. Economic Development fosters the student’s ability to apply those tools to real-world cases, and considers how to build a good economy. Finally, Political Economy develops a solid foundation in the history of economic thought, for in-depth understanding of past and current economic debates.

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Course modules

First Year
- English Legal System
- Public Law
- Contract Law
- Economic Principles

The NCH Diploma
- Critical Reasoning: Formal & Informal
- Critical Reasoning: Scientific Reasoning
- LAUNCH: Introductory Capabilities

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Tuitions and fees

Duration & Attendance Qualification Tuition fees Fee type
3 Years - full-time Bachelor of Law - LLB £14000 European Fees
3 Years - full-time Bachelor of Law - LLB £9250 Home Fees
3 Years - full-time Bachelor of Law - LLB £14000 Overseas Fees