LLB (HONS) WITH ENGLISH
AND MAURITIAN LAW
The LLB (Hons) with English and Mauritian Law is a Qualifying Law Degree for the purpose of practice in both England & Wales and Mauritius. It enables you to go on to the professional stages of legal training in England & Wales; either by way of the Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) for barristers, or the Legal Practice Course (LPC) for those wishing to become a solicitor (for practice in England & Wales only). It is also recognised by the Council for Vocational Legal Education (CVLE) in Mauritius for admission onto the vocational examination conducted under the supervision of the CVLE. This LLB will give you a detailed understanding of both English and Mauritian law and legal systems equipping you with employability skills relevant to a broad range of disciplines and countries. The programme is aimed specifically at those students who wish to work in an environment such as Mauritius where English and Mauritian law are combined.
Contract Law | Criminal Law | Legal Method | Fundamentals of Mauritian Law & Judicial Review
EU Single Market Law | Tort Law | Constitutional & Administrative Law | Mauritian Criminal Law
Equity & Trusts | Land Law | Mauritian Property & Family Law | Mauritian Law: Les Obligations
BBC at A-Level or equivalent with ‘O’ level Maths, English and French grade C.
UCLan operates a flexible admissions policy and treats everyone as an individual. This means that your educational achievements and predicted grades (where applicable) together with your application as a whole, including work experience and personal statement, will be taken into consideration.