LLB (Hons)
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LLB (HONS)
 
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OVERVIEW

Recognised by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) and the Bar Standards Board (BSB) as a Qualifying Law Degree (QLD), BPP University law degrees are ideal if you want to move on to the Legal Practice Course (LPC), if you want to be a solicitor, or the Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC), if you aim to be a barrister. You can use the knowledge and skills you learn to open the doors to a wide variety of rewarding careers.

 

WHY CHOOSE LLB (HONS)?

  • You will join a world-renowned law school with exclusive, global law firm clients
  • You can plan and chart your progress through your degree with a study planner and study guides for the foundation modules
  • You will have access to your programme leader and tutors through an online classroom environment
  • It is designed specifically for students who cannot attend a BPP University study centre but want to study a Qualifying Law Degree at one of the top law schools in the UK

 

  • BPP University Tutors frorn the UK will visit School of Accounting and Management (SAM) in Trinidad & Tobago and conduct induction and revision sessions for students from time to time
  • You will benefit from BPP University's online delivery of lectures, small group tutorials and associated online learning materials
  • A specialist Pastoral Student Manager for the LLB (Hons) will provide pastoral care and offer study skills support

Level 4

Compulsory

 English Legal System and Skills

Contract Law

Criminal Law

Public Law

 

Level 6 Electives**(Choose 2 modules)

  • Introduction to Comparative Legal Systems
  • Legal Research
  • Banking Law and International Finance Law
  • Family Law - Adult and Child
  • Principles of Company Law and Governance
  • Intellectual Property Law: Brands and Copyright, Patents and Designs

Level 5

Compulsory

Land Law

Equity and Trusts

Law of the European Union

Tort Law

Professional Skills in Practice

 

  • Legal Research
  • Employment Law and Resolving Inequality in Employment
  • Independent Experience Project (Research Module)
  • Commercial Law
  • Public International Law Law of Armed Conflict

Level 6

Compulsory

Legal Ethics

 

 

 

 

 

  • Medical Law
  • Property Tax
  • Law of Financial Crime
  • Corporate Law in Practice
  • Law of Evidence

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Successful completion of BPP University Certificate of Higher Education (Legal Studies) which will exempt students from Level 4 of this programme; or

Successful completion of BPP University LLB (Hons) Admissions Test; or

Minimum grade C in English Language and Maths GCSE 128+ UCAS points or three A-levels: Minimum ABB

IELTS 6.5 with a minimum 5.5 at each level or other equivalent BPP University recognised SELT

The applicants final five years of secondary schooling being taught and assessed in English and leading to successfully completing GCE A Level or B qualifications

**Please note: electives modules run subject to demand. A minimum of 10 students are required for an elective to run.

LENGTH OF PROGRAMME
Three Years Full-Time
Six Years Part-Time
MODES OF STUDY
Online learning with some live interactive webinars and face-to-face support taking place at School of Accounting and Management (SAM)
ASSESSMENT
Coursework, examinations and computer-based assessments
START DATES
September; May
TOTAL FEES
YEAR 1
BPP University Fee - £1,200
SAM Pastoral Support Fee - TT $12,000
 
YEAR 2
BPP University Fee - £1,600
SAM Pastoral Support Fee - TT $14,200
 
YEAR 3
BPP University Fee - £2,200
SAM Pastoral Support Fee - TT $15,600
 
*Fees include Registration, Tuition, Law Texts, Lecture Notes, Study Skills Support and 24/7 Access to BPP University’s Online Library.

Objectives:

This module will introduce and develop the skills and knowledge surrounding entrepreneurship and business start-up. The core to this module will involve developing an understanding of the key stages associated with a business start-up. In addition, the module will explore the practical skills required to establish an entrepreneurial venture and the processes associated with: the management of all the elements connected with business planning: for example; creativity, management and leadership and building key business relationships, financial planning and understanding the importance of setting and achieving realistic goals.

 

Target Audience:

This programme targets a wide audience including: all levels of employees, Entrepreneurs and anyone with a keen interest in Entrepreneurial Management.

 

Content:

  • Creativity and Idea generation (putting the idea into practice): Exploring how to develop an idea into a business opportunity. Fostering a culture of creativity and the benefits of a creative organisation.
  • Traits, attitudes and behaviour of the entrepreneur: Customers: who are they and what do they want. Evaluating Customer Demand Levels.
  • Introducing the purpose of business plans: why write it, what should it include: Environmental analysis, operations of the business, marketing aspect, finance, and keeping the business legal and ethical.
  • The importance of accurate market research: Planning and managing market research.
  • The importance of cash flow, break even points and financial planning.
  • Role of the Government: Designing a brand for your business ideas. Brief discussion on the cultural differences and their brand in Trinidad (Case studies will be used).
  • The importance of building a brand: Digital Tools for Generating Sales. Digital Tools for engaging your customer. Case Study.
  • Identifying the challenges associated with Entrepreneurial ventures-SME’S: Identifying challenges and creating competitive advantage for your business idea.

 

Duration: 21 hours

 

Price: $3,500

 

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