The Certificate of Higher Education in Common Law is a one-year programme that focuses on students who may not have the qualifications required to enroll for LLB (Honours), but are sufficiently mature and demonstrate the necessary ntial and ability to study at degree level.
The Certificate of Higher Education in Common Law consists of four compulsory courses. The Certificate of Higher Education in Common Law can lead to standard entry of the LLB with credit for all four modules passed. Please note that online access is a requirement for registration to the Certificate of Higher Education in Common Law
Four compulsory courses
- Common law reasoning and institutions
- Criminal law
- Contract law
- Public law
to be eligible for CertHe Common Law you must be:
- You must be aged 18+ by the date of registration to register with the University of London
- admitted to a course of instruction for the CertHe Common Law at an institution that has been granted “Permission to Teach” status by university of London.
- Application form, enclosing all supporting documents and eight photographs.
- Written entrance test