Fast track to your career in law

Our Law programmes are more than just a degree...

You'll be equipped with the knowledge and professional skills necessary to fast track your career in Law and help you achieve your career goals.

You'll study in the heart of London and our connections with industry mean you'll gain direct exposure to the professional world. Through regular legal workshops, termly industry conferences, guaranteed internships and real-world teaching from legal practitioners, you'll have the commercial awareness to graduate career ready.

We offer programmes that start you on the path to a solicitor, barrister and a legal professional in the corporate world.

What Law degrees do we offer?

LLB (Hons) Law with Business Management

Mode of study: 3 years, Full time UCAS Code: M206

LLB (Hons)/MLaw Legal Professional Practice

Mode of study: 3 years, Full time UCAS Code: M200 (LLB) M203 (LLM)

I got to experience things that only Pearson College London can offer a student, like the industry events put on with some of the biggest and best companies in the world. 

Craig Willcocks, Operations Manager at Pittards PLC

What makes our Law degrees unique?

As a student at Pearson Business School, you are guaranteed an internship (subject to academic performance) and you will also be able to attend our exclusive industry workshops throughout the year. These workshops put you in contact with big brands and global businesses, helping you to develop your understanding of the business world way beyond the classroom theory.

How will your work be assessed?

Formative assessment

Each module contains at least one piece of practice or ‘formative’ assessment for which you receive feedback. Formative assessments are developmental and do not count towards your overall module mark.

Summative assessment

As you will be able to greatly personalise your degree by choosing elective modules to suit your needs, we cannot provide a precise break-down of your assessments. Typically your assessment will be designed to reflect the kind of activities you may be asked to do in the workplace, either individually or as part of a team. For example, report writing, data analysis, preparing strategies and presentations. You’ll also submit different types of coursework and sit written exams as part of the assessment for some modules.

Apart from receiving feedback for your formative assessment, you will also receive feedback for your coursework and practical exams, and upon request, for your written examinations.

Progression

In order to progress to the next stage (from first to second year, and from second to third year), you will have to achieve 120 credits at the end of the academic year.

For further information, including pass marks and progression rules, please see the Student Handbook.