Grade 4 in GCSE English Language
A Level Law is recognised by all universities.
Although it is not a necessary requirement to study Law at university, for those considering Law, it is a valuable introduction to the subject and the new A Level covers more substantive areas of Law (Crime, Tort and Contract) . Many of our students do go on to take degrees in Law or Law-related subjects. Equally, the skills you develop while studying A Level Law make it a good preparation for studying a wide range of non-Law subjects – for example, History, Maths, Business.
For students not intending to continue to Higher Education, again, the combination of subject knowledge and study skills make A Level Law a valuable and useful qualification.
Please see our leaflet ‘What Law Students Do Next’ for more information.