Kent Law School

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Undergraduate Degrees

Situated just a few miles from London and continental Europe, Kent Law School offers a truly international experience at the UK's European University.  We offer a range of undergraduate degrees at our two campuses; our main Canterbury campus, and our smaller Medway campus. 

Students at Kent experience inspiring and engaging teaching, support for the development of a successful career, and an active student experience.

Canterbury Campus

Kent Law School was founded in 1967 and is based within the 300 acre parkland campus of the University of Kent.  With modern buildings dotted amongst trees, fields and lots of wide open spaces, the Canterbury Campus is the perfect place to live and study.

3 year LLB programmes

2 year LLB programmes

4 year LLB programmes

4 year joint honours programmes (BA Hons)

3 year joint honours programmes (BA Hons)

Kent Law School offers a range of joint honours degrees, all of which can lead to a professionally qualifying law degree.

  • Law and Business Administration (MN12)
  • Law and Criminology (MM19)
  • Law and Economics (ML11)*
  • Law and Politics (LM21)
  • Law and History (VM1C)
  • Law and Philosophy (MV15)
  • Law and Sociology (LM31)

*requires an additional module to be taken for qualifying status

Entry Requirements

A levels: AAA/AAB
M104: AAA

We welcome and encourage International Baccalaureate (IB) applicants, and require: 34 points (or 17 at Higher Level)

Many other international qualifications are also welcomed and accepted.  Please contact us for more information.

Required Subjects

M100, M120, M103, M104: No required subjects

Courses M121, M122, M123, M124, M125, M1R4, M1R1: A level grade B (or equivalent) in related modern language.

We encourage applications from students with non-traditional qualifications.

Please note: any applicant to Law (this includes all Law programmes, including all joint programmes) who is currently studying or has previously studied law at university level, even if the qualification was only partly completed or is incomplete, must state this clearly in the qualifications section of the UCAS form, and provide transcripts detailing this study direct to the university where available.





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Last Updated: 23/04/2014