March 22, 2012
College of Law launches new LLB degree in Guildford
The College of Law is extending the delivery of its new LLB law degree to its Guildford centre when it launches this September. This decision has been made following greater than expected application rates.
To date almost 500 applications have been received for the unique two-year degree programme, which was initially set to run at the College’s Chester, Birmingham and London Bloomsbury centres in 2012 – the launch year.
Board Member for Business Development at the College of Law, Sarah Hutchinson, says, “We are delighted to be able to offer places on the LLB at Guildford for Sept 2012. This is because the number of LLB applications received so far for our Chester, Birmingham and Bloomsbury centres has exceeded our expectations. We can see from applicants’ profiles that there is a high level of interest in studying in the South so opening in Guildford enables us to meet our students’ demands for 2012.”
The LLB programme will run for two years, with tuition fees set at £9,000 per year, it features 11 hours per week of face to face teaching, which equates to 768 hours over two years.
From 2013 the College of Law’s LLB programme will also be offered at its Bristol and York centres.
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