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UCAS CODE M111
Why this course?The Law School at Strathclyde is one of the UK’s leading providers of legal education.Studying law concerns the obligations, duties and rights of every member of society in relation to their neighbours and society.This degree will provide you with grounding in the key laws and principles underpinning English Law.CareersUndertaking a degree in law at the University of Strathclyde will help you to gain confidence and develop persuasive oral communication skills. Youll also develop
Why this course?
The Law School at Strathclyde is one of the UK’s leading providers of legal education.
Studying law concerns the obligations, duties and rights of every member of society in relation to their neighbours and society.
This degree will provide you with grounding in the key laws and principles underpinning English Law.
Undertaking a degree in law at the University of Strathclyde will help you to gain confidence and develop persuasive oral communication skills. You'll also develop excellent written communication skills, being able to write concisely and pay attention to detail.
You'll be able to show excellent research and analytical skills alongside being able to interpret and explain complex information clearly to a wide range of audiences.
As a Law student, you'll also be able to formulate sound arguments, think laterally and develop strong problem-solving skills.