MA Law (Conversion)

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Our MA Law (Conversion) is the new pathway into practice for non-law graduates who want to gain a general qualification at master's level. This conversion course is a great option for non-law graduates who want to keep their options open, as you can either progress onto our LLM Legal Practice (SQE1&2) or the SQE1 Preparation Course to qualify as a solicitor, or the Bar Practice Course (BPC) to qualify as a barrister.

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Apply through LawCAB for a full-time course using the GDL/law conversion or SQE preparation course application form.

Apply directly to The University of Law for part-time and online options.

Eligibility requirements

UK Bachelors 2:2 (or equivalent)

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Qualification Level

Level 7

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Course fees

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