Law is a fascinating subject that is beneficial for those wanting a career in law, or for those who just have an interest in the subject and want to develop their analytical and reasoning skills. It is a subject highly viewed by employers and so can lead to a wide range of career opportunities.
Students will have the opportunity to study various aspects of the English Legal System, whilst making comparisons to other jurisdictions. In addition, they will be able to study European Union Law, European Human Rights Law and International Law.
The University of Chichester provides a supportive environment in which to study Law and gives students individualized assistance to reach their full potential. The campus is a diverse and vibrant community with friendly and approachable staff, who are always willing to help.
A degree in Law is beneficial as it is accredited by the Bar Standards Board and Solicitors' Regulatory Society, therefore, providing a professionally recognized degree. Furthermore, it gives students the opportunity to apply for, and undertake, a work placement in a related field to develop their employability and practical skills.
A student who has studied a Law degree can go onto a number of careers including, becoming a legal professional, academia, working in the civil service, human resources officer, marketing executive, editor, mediator or management consultant.