Law Courses at Salford

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Started to think about uni?

Leaning towards a law degree?

Ready to take your next step?


Salford Business School offers one of the most practical legal educations, where you prepare for career success studying a rigorous qualifying law degree in a friendly and supportive environment. We help you hone your professional skills through practical experience with opportunities to shadow working lawyers and judges, cultivate your persuasive arguments in mooting competitions, practise your learning during a year’s work placement and develop your client skills in our law clinics.

Extracurricular activities, like mooting and trips, are organised by our student led Law Society, complementing your studies and enhancing your experience throughout. Through initiatives like the CLOCK scheme (in partnership with Salford Citizens Advice), you’ll have the chance to offer support to people with welfare benefits appeals in the region, allowing you to not only practise what you’ve learned, but provide help for vulnerable people in the community.

We also support you to develop the soft skills employers are looking for: team working, communication, leadership, technology and ethical practice.

Bring curiosity, build confidence, develop resilience. Become unstoppable.

Explore our law courses


If you want to become a solicitor or a barrister, you need to understand Law. But a Law degree is also excellent training for many other legal jobs or for roles within business.


LLB Law with Foundation Year

LLB Law with Professional Placement Year

LLB Law with Criminology

This specialist area of Law combines the essentials of a qualifying Law degree with the opportunity to explore crime and justice from a sociological perspective,

LLB Law with Criminology

LLB Law with Criminology with Foundation Year

LLB Law with Criminology with Professional Placement Year



Choose to take a work placement between years two and three; you’ll earn a salary, pay no University fees and develop your skills for future employability


Develop your real-world experience and help the local community in our legal support schemes


Study in a supportive environment where the staff know you by name and your fellow students become your friends for life

Great placements. Great experience. Great for the CV!

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Thinking about doing a work placement? You'll earn money, you won't pay University fees but you'll build up some great experience and networks for after graduation. In our experience, too, students who have done a year's work placement are more likely to get a first class or a good second class degree.

We're proud of our close links with law practices and the law departments of businesses including: 

Shoosmiths law firm Express solicitors
Kenworthy's Chambers Ward Hadaway LLP
The Home Office HM Prison Risley

Experience Salford at an open day

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Think you know University of Salford? Think again! Our business programmes are all about giving you lots of real, hands on experience to get you ready for a great career. Come to one of our Open Days to find out about how we support you to achieve your best. It’s all about you getting as much information as possible to help you make your university decision.

  • Join a course-specific talk and get a better idea of what you learn at Salford Business School
  • Meet the staff you’ll be learning with and ask them questions about your course
  • Hear from current students and recent graduates about life at Salford
  • Find out more about how we support you to achieve your best – smaller class sizes, staff who know you by name, drop in times when you can ask questions about your studies, one to one disability support
  • Learn about the opportunities to get the real-world experience that will help you get a great job after you graduate
  • See the lecture theatres, teaching rooms, library and campus, all the places that will be the background to your studying.

Book your place at one of our open days.

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What’s the difference between a lecture and a seminar?

A lecture typically has a larger number of students.  The seminar is where you will work in smaller groups to solve problems and tackle exercises on topics covered in the lecture. At Salford Business School, you have at least as as much time in small group classes as in larger lectures, with opportunities for drop-in one-to-one sessions with your tutors. You will also do your own reading between classes.

Programme leader Faisal Sheikh describes it like this: "Think of a body. The lecture is the bones, it provides the structure of your knowledge. The seminar adds the muscle and the skin, that’s where you get the detail to support your learning."

Will the university help me to find work experience and placements?

Whilst students are responsible for securing their own work experience and industry placements, the dedicated Business School employability team will guide and support you through the process. Industry experience not only enables you to apply your knowledge in real-world situations but allows you to form those vital connections early on in your career. We have links with a range of leading organisations and, where possible, will assist students in securing placements.

Are there any relevant student-run societies?

There is a Business Society and a Law Society, run by students based in the Business School. In addition, the Salford students Enactus group gives you opportunities to develop your skills by working on community projects. The University of Salford Students’ Union is home to a huge range of societies and teams you might be interested in; they’re a great way to meet people and make friends.

What will my weekly schedule be like?

Your weekly timetable will vary from semester to semester and from year to year depending on what modules you are studying. Classes can be scheduled for any day of the week between 9am and 6pm, however, we do as much as we can to groups classes together and the University does not schedule teaching on Wednesday afternoons so that students can participate in clubs, societies and extracurricular activities. Most students are in three or maximum four days a week. You will get your timetable at the start of each year.

How many contact hours will I have each week?

You will have 12 hours per week of required attendance and there are also three one-hour slots each week if you want further help from your tutors with that week's work. You'll have three modules per semester, each with four hours of classes per week (a two-hour lecture and a two-hour seminar) to make up your 12 hours of attendance.

Ready to apply on UCAS?

If you are ready to apply for one of our business courses, here are some UCAS quick links

LLB Law with Criminology

Remember, all courses are also available with Professional Placement and Foundation Year options.