Approx 200 spaces on the Diploma full-time course, approx 16 spaces available on the part-time option
Full-time and part-time study options available
Full-time course fees: £10,800 (part time students pay half the full time fee applicable for the year of study)
Cost for additional materials: Approx. £300 for textbooks - some materials may be available online.
If you're interested in Strathclyde's course, the best way to find out more is by attending their open day.
Tuesday 19 March.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to attend.
Watch the video to get an insight into how their course runs.
Students are assigned to firms of four at the start of the course. Most of the teaching and learning is done in these firms. Teaching and supervision is provided by practising solicitors, who have been trained as course tutors.
In addition to learning legal subjects, students will also develop generic skills which are required for professional life including:
- problem solving
- oral and written presentations
In the first semester full time students will study the core modules:-
Professional Practice and Ethics
Business and Financial Awareness
For the part time cohort, the core subjects are taken over the two years of study in the first semester of each year.
In the second semester students have a choice of 5 subjects (part-time students will study 5 electives over the 2 years; 2 in year 1 and 3 in year 2) from 14 available electives and the timetable will vary depending on the subjects taken. Classes will generally still be held over 4 days per week Monday to Friday.
Students on the full time course and year 1 part time course will also continue with the Professional Practice and Ethics module and complete the Personal Injury Claim Handling module.
Advanced Civil Advocacy
Advanced Criminal Advocacy
Advanced Private Client
Commercial Contracts and Intellectual Property
General Practice – Problem Based Learning
Mediation and Mediation Advocacy
Practical Public Administration
Project Management for Lawyers
Work Based Learning in a Legal Environment
Sample timetables are available on their website. These can be subject to change and will be updated before the course starts.
9 months - on campus during the day. Delivered September to April.
2 years – on campus during the evening.
Two blocks of study delivered September to April of each year of study.
A sample timetable provided by Strathclyde University is available here. Please note, this may be subject to change.
( part time students pay half the full time fee applicable for the year of study)
Payment via instalments is available - https://www.strath.ac.uk/studywithus/feesfunding/howtopay/tuitionfees/
Information for international students applying to Strathclyde can be found here.
An LLB from a Scottish University which includes passes in all of the LSS Foundation Programme Learning Outcomes.