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  1. Entry and English Requirements

Entry and English Requirements

You will be admitted to the programme either on the basis of recent academic achievement or through evidence of achievement in the sphere of paid or voluntary work.

If you are relying on academic achievement you should have:

  •  Key skills or GCSE English language at grade C or IELTS at 6.5 (for overseas students)

And should satisfy one of the following:

  •  GCE A level passes in 3 subjects at grades ABB
  •  GCE A level passes in 2 subjects at grades AB and AS passes in 2 subjects at grades BB taken at the same sitting
  •  BTEC National Certificate or Diploma at Distinction grade + 1 GCE A level at grade B or above
  •  Advanced GNVQ at Distinction grade + 1 GCE A Level at grade C or above
  •  Scottish Certificate of Education with 5 passes of which 3 are at the higher level, grades BBBBC
  •  Irish Leaving Certificate with passes in 6 subjects at the higher level, grades BBBBCC
  •  International Baccalaureate with a minimum of 30 points with at least 5 in each subject
  •  ACCESS qualification indicating academic strength
  •  A pass in the law units and skills elements of the Foundation Degree 
  •  Pass in a CILEx Level 6 law and practice course or professional skills course
  •  Pass in CILEx Level 3 Professional Diploma in Law and Practice
  •  Pass in CILEx Level 3 Certificate in Law and Practice
  •  Pass in CILEx Law School Certificate in Criminal Prosecution or Criminal Justice Administration

Alternatively, you should provide evidence of your motivation and commitment to a degree programme of legal studies through your achievements in the workplace. If you do not have the qualifications to apply for the LLB then you can still qualify as a Chartered Legal Executive lawyer through the traditional route.