You must have a minimum of five GCSE grades 9-4, including Maths and/or English, and a minimum GCSE average of 5.3. For this course, you should also have at least a grade 4 in English Language.
This course will provide you with the perfect base for a career in Law or opportunity to explore what Law can help you to achieve. Within college, as part of our Upskilling Programme, why not take part in the Debating Society and compete regionally and nationally in competitions? We also have our Mooting team that recently came second in an event at the University of Hull – a brilliant addition to any personal statement! As well as this, you will be given the chance to hear from many visiting speakers and industry professionals, as well as visiting the courts in Hull to see your learning in action.
If you choose to continue your studies of Law there are many courses in higher education to choose from, some of which specialise in Law whilst others offer a chance to combine subjects. A Level Law is also a good option if you are looking for an apprenticeship or to go straight into work – it is highly valued by sectors like the Police Force and Probation Services.
Students who complete a qualification in Law go on to a wide variety of jobs. These can include: Solicitor, Barrister, Paralegal, Advice Worker, Human Resources Officer, Data Analyst or Teacher, to name a few.