Law (with Spanish Law) LLB
This four year law course provides an English law degree together with a detailed understanding of Spanish law and the legal systems of certain Spanish-speaking countries. You spend your third year at an excellent Spanish university law school.
Start your career with the Law (with Spanish Law) LLB
During your first year, you study Spanish Legal Terminology alongside your English law subjects, which will also help to strengthen your Spanish-language ability. We'll also introduce you to comparative law, in order to gain an understanding of non-English legal systems.
The second year provides a more advanced understanding of substantive Spanish law and the legal and political culture in which it exists. This part of the course, comprising two modules, is taught in Spanish by a Spanish academic lawyer. Learning from a native speaker will thoroughly prepare you for your year abroad at one of our many partner universities in Spain. During your time abroad, you will study the main aspects of public and private law and optional modules according to your interests.
Your final year concludes your study with completion of optional modules from a wide range of choices.
Learning and assessment
For an indication of how you'll learn and be assessed, please visit the central digital prospectus
Our campus and how we use it:
We timetable teaching across the whole of our campus, the details of which can be found on our campus map. Teaching may take place in a student’s home department, but may also be timetabled to take place within other departments or central teaching space.
The content of our courses is reviewed annually to make sure it's up-to-date and relevant. Individual modules are occasionally updated or withdrawn. This is in response to discoveries through our world-leading research; funding changes; professional accreditation requirements; student or employer feedback; outcomes of reviews; and variations in staff or student numbers. In the event of any change we'll consult and inform students in good time and take reasonable steps to minimise disruption.
Real world, real work
During your degree, you can join our in-house and community-based volunteering schemes, which provide you with the chance to help and advise real clients. There are opportunities to work at the local courts, or work with victims and witnesses of crime within local charities, or work in our Miscarriages of Justice Review Centre evaluating cases of possible wrongful imprisonment. In this way your criminological and real-world awareness is enhanced and you also use your education and skills to the benefit of others.
Our goal is to prepare you for the world of work in a relevant area. We provide a wealth of extracurricular sessions so you can gain the latest information from working law and criminology professionals, develop your own networks and hone your professional awareness skills.
Follow this qualifying law degree and your career path could lead you to become a barrister or solicitor in England or Wales. Our LLB Law degree is widely recognised by a number of bar councils abroad, providing an ideal starting point for a law career elsewhere in the world. Other employers also find our graduates well equipped for work in management, business and finance, research or academia.
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Fees and funding
You can find out information on tuition fees, student loans, scholarships, living costs, money management, and additional support on the undergraduate fees and funding web page.
You can look up tuition fees for our full time undergraduate courses on our Fees Look Up tool.
We are committed to giving you as many opportunities as possible to succeed. One of the ways we do this is through the range of scholarships and prizes that are available to you through the School as well as the wider University.
Other potential costs
We provide all undergraduate students with an annual allowance on their UCard which is designed to help offset some of the costs for materials and printing. It is up to the individual student to manage this allowance and budget accordingly.
There are no compulsory text books required for the undergraduate courses in the School of Law.
We provide a recommended reading list which is intended to give a general background to your undergraduate course. It is not expected that you will read every book over the course of the year, but you are encouraged to read as widely as possible to inform your coursework, project work and exams. Individual modules will provide more specific reading lists, which include readings that can be accessed electronically via the University's library.
You are encouraged to use the University's Library, which has an extensive collection of recommended books to support your studies.
If for any reason, you fail or are unable to complete an assessed piece of work which is a requirement to pass your course, you may be required to pay a reassessment fee. information about these fees can be found on the University's exam webpages.
On this course you will take your third year abroad. For the year that you spend overseas you will pay a reduced tuition fee to Sheffield. No tuition fees are payable to the overseas university. Please be aware that some Universities have additional fees, standard charges or 'non tuition' fees which all students are required to pay.
Additional costs for your year abroad:
Further information is available here.
Please be aware that this information can be subject to change if there is a change in policy.
All applications are considered on an individual basis based on an applicant's merit and satisfactory references. As a general rule we do not interview standard entry candidates.
Standard offers are A Level grades AAB (including Spanish) or international equivalent
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How to apply
Whether you are from the UK or overseas, you must apply through the University and College Admissions Service (UCAS) between 1 September and 15 January.
In order to apply to any UK university, you need to contact UCAS for an application pack:
You can also talk to the UCAS team on their social media portals:
You can apply online. Alternatively, UCAS forms are available from the British Council and by contacting UCAS:
We welcome mature students and are committed to ensuring they have an equal opportunity of access to our courses. We do not set an upper age limit for entry.
Please remember to highlight in your personal statement that you are applying as a mature student. This will ensure that the Admissions Tutor considers your application appropriately.
Applicants with disabilities or dyslexia
We welcome disabled students and are committed to responding effectively and appropriately to individual support needs. We take all practicable steps to ensure that students with disabilities can participate in their studies without disadvantage, and can make full use of the university's academic and support services.