The International Foundation Year in Law provides a route to a number of Law degrees at Lancaster University Law School. Degree options include Criminology, Law, and Law with Politics.
The International Foundation Year in Law leads to a choice of degrees at Lancaster University Law School – one of the UK’s most respected law schools. To prepare for your degree, you will study core English language modules and subject modules for Law.
Law, Law Sciences
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Total fees: $23797
Start date: January,October
Duration: 3 terms
A minimum Academic IELTS for UKVI 5.0, with minimum 5.0 in all sub-skills*
Academic: Good high school graduation grades or equivalent
What will I study?
You will study a combination of core modules designed to boost your English language and university-level study skills, along with subjectspecific modules. You will investigate key concepts of justice and ethics, including criminal and civil law and contract law. You
will learn about important cases and the fascinating history of the law and legal issues. You will also study democracy and key political
institutions, and learn about how the economies of countries work and interact.
You will complement your studies with either globalisation, exploring some of the different interpretations of global issues and contemporaryevents, or core mathematics, developing your knowledge and understanding of mathematical terms and techniques.
• Academic English Skills
• Project and Research Skills
• Globalisation or Core Mathematics
Age: 17+ upon entry to the International Study Centre
After studying this course, you will be able to join one of these programs.