Have a Legal Profession without a Law Degree through BPP‘s LLM Program
The name of BPP University originated from its founders, Alan Brierley, Richard Price and Charles Prior. It was first established in 1976 as Brierley Price Prior, a firm that provided exam training to accountancy students. Its Law School was founded in 1992. BPP gained its degree-awarding powers in 2005 and was given university status in 2013.
Today, it is known as the "University of Professions" being the only university in UK solely dedicated to business and professions, such accountancy. It also received the honor of being the Best Higher Education (institution) in the UK, awarded by the Education Investor Magazine.
In the 25 years of BPP Law School's experience in providing professional legal qualifications, it has become one of UK's largest law schools. It offers various postgraduate programs including LLM degrees. This article will provide significant information on one of the LLM programs that BPP opened not only to those with prior law degrees but also to non-law graduates.
LLM [Law Conversion]
The LLM [Law Conversion] program is designed for non-law graduates intent on transitioning into a career in law. Graduates of this program may choose to continue their legal education with BPP's Legal Practice Course (LPC) to become a solicitor or the Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) to be a barrister.
This program is available on-campus at BPP's London Waterloo campus or online. It can be taken full-time (9 months) or part-time (18 months). It has two intakes, January and September. The tuition fee for the LLM [Law Conversion] is £12,250 and those who has a prior degree (with a minimum 2:1 honors) in any subject from a recognized UK institution or its equivalent is eligible to apply.
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