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Bachelor of Laws (Graduate Entry)

The LLB (Graduate Entry) is a two-year, full-time course (National Framework of Qualifications Level 8) in the University of Limerick School of Law that provides a legal education for graduates in disciplines other than law.

The LLB (Graduate Entry) is designed for graduates who wish to add a law degree to their undergraduate training. The course is ideal for non-law graduates who wish to enter the legal profession or for whom a legal qualification would enhance their career prospects.

Law graduates from civil law jurisdictions will find that the course provides a thorough foundation in common law.

Applicants must hold a primary degree (level 8 NQAI) or equivalent in a discipline other than law. 

While places are generally offered to students with a minimum of a 2.2 (2nd class honours grade 2) undergraduate degree, entry onto this course is competitive. Depending on the number of applications, a higher grade of 2.1 (2nd class honours grade1) in an undergraduate degree may be required to secure a place.

The closing date for applications to the Bachelor of Laws (Graduate Entry) is 10th July 2020.


Applications to the Bachelor of Laws (Graduate Entry)
must be made via the online Undergraduate Application Form. 

Applications have now closed.