Our Immigration and Asylum Law online course provides the most up-to-date developments in immigration and asylum law over 10 weekly evening classes.
No starting dates
Starting date to be confirmed
- Duration: 10 weeks (unconfirmed)
- Fees: £460 (unconfirmed)
- Location: Online (unconfirmed)
Immigration and Asylum Law Course overview
Immigration Law is a widely discussed topic – and a consideration within all workplaces. Our 10-week Immigration and Asylum Law course, taught by professional lawyers, provides in-depth knowledge of immigration law today.
Our Immigration law course covers a broad range of areas and applies these to practical and real case scenarios, similar to those dealt with by immigration lawyers.
You will examine refusal letters and case determinations in order to understand the decision-making process and discuss evidence that can demonstrate intention.
This short course can be beneficial for those wanting to study a degree in Law as it will provide a taster to progress further.
Who is it for?
Taught at introductory level, the Immigration Law course is ideal for those wishing to tip their toes into the legalities of immigration and asylum issues, for professional or personal reasons.
Find out more about our Law courses
This immigration and asylum law course takes place every Thursday at 18:30 for 10 weeks.
City Short Courses follow the academic year, delivering courses over three terms. These include:
- Autumn - October
- Spring - January
- Summer - April
- Study at a University with an excellent reputation in the field of law; with strong and established links within the legal sector
- Delivered by professional lawyers, with up-to-date industry experience
- Accessible, online learning taught in small groups
What will I learn?
By the end of our Immigration and Asylum short course, you will be able to outline the main features of immigration law relating to work, dependants, legal status of refugees, penalties and appeals.
Topics covered includes:
- British nationality
- Points based system employment
- Points based system students
- Spouses and relatives
- Human rights
- Asylum handing
- Asylum law
- Appeals and deportation.
Assessment and certificates
In this immigration and asylum law course, your tutor will encourage you to engage in discussion on individual topics. There are no formal assessments, but you will be involved in group discussion, classroom activities and questions and answers sessions as guided by your tutor.
You will be awarded an official City, University of London certificate if you attend above 70 percent of the classes, however, our short courses are not formally accredited.
No formal qualifications are required, only an enthusiasm for the subject of immigration law.
You will need a good level of spoken and written English to enrol on this course.
- Immigration Law Handbook, Phelan & Gillespie, 10th edition 2018
- OISC LEVEL 1 EXAM RESOURCE BOOK November 2021
- JCWI Immigration and Nationality Handbook
- Statutory materials and Cases will be available for reference in class