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Manchester Law School offers high quality programmes at every stage of the legal profession, from Legal Services Apprenticeships, to the LLB, to professional solicitor and barrister training.
You could enter the legal profession via an exciting and innovative route.
This course combines the Legal Practice Course (LPC), in order to go on to practice as a solicitor, with further LLM elements of study.
Full time, Part-time
Designed to provide you with the skills and expertise you will need for a successful career as a barrister, this BPTC course will provide you with the rigorous training demanded by the Bar.
Designed to prepare you for life as a solicitor, the LPC programme at Manchester Law School will provide you with a thorough and rigorous start to your career.
Designed for non-law graduates or those without formal qualifications in law, this programme provides a thorough grounding in the core legal subjects, offering high levels of face-to-face teaching.
Graduate Diploma in Law (2014-15),
Bar Professional Training Course (2015-16)
'There are so many extracurricular activities that students can get involved with. I was elected President of the Law Society, which included bringing in guest speakers and responsibility for social events including the annual Law ball. During my GDL year I was part of the University’s external mooting team, and we would travel around the county to moot against other universities. We progressed well in the competition thanks to the support and guidance we received from tutors!'
We offer a number of scholarships towards GDL, LPC and BPTC fees. Our LLM programmes are also eligible for the government’s Postgraduate loans.
Find out about the excellent facilities and support available to you, and the opportunities to practice key legal skills through pro bono and mooting activities.