Bachelor of Laws (LLB)
The LLB, a law qualifying degree in both England and Wales, is a challenging course of study based on the common law. Graduate-entry students enroll with both the University of London and AAU for a two-year intensive course of study.
|Accreditation||UoL + MSMT|
|Degree||Bachelor of Laws (LLB)|
|Tuition||CZK 449,000 + UoL|
|Intake||Fall / Spring|
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PLEASE NOTE: Due to the Brexit transition period, AAU is awaiting approval from the Czech Ministry of Education for permission to continue operating the University of London programmes in the Czech Republic under the new post-Brexit framework. The application processing takes approximately three to five months. Until then, all law students will be registered and study as Life-Long Learning students. Upon receiving permission from the Ministry, AAU will automatically change all law students back to the Standard status and they will continue as usual. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Program
Students who have already obtained an undergraduate degree may opt to enroll as a graduate-entry student. This route allows for LLB studies to be completed in two years rather than three, taking nine classes rather than twelve. Interested applicants should first check with their desired jurisdiction to ensure that a two year law qualification satisfies the local requirements.
“I’m studying UK law taught by professors who know my name and genuinely care about me, with students from Montenegro, Tunisia, South Africa, and so on. I’m working a legal internship with an AAU alumni that has given me incredible experience and unique opportunities. All this against the magical backdrop that is the City of a Hundred Spires. What more could I ask for?”Hanna Ripper, Law student, musician, Student of the Year 2016
Graduate-entry students start their studies with the four standard first year LLB courses. The second year of study consists of five LLB courses and is shared with both second and third year undergraduate students, depending on the courses selected. Graduate entry students are encouraged to participate in local courses such as Legal Research and Writing or Moot Court, which will help to develop the skills expected of a laws graduate.
Lecturers at AAU follow the course content set out by the University of London and teach to ensure that students have the knowledge and abilities required to earn a law qualifying degree. The University of London develops the courses, selects the materials, sets the examinations, and grades to their internal standards, thus, the degree awarded is equal in integrity to the University of London Law Consortium institutions, institutions such as LSE, UCL, and King’s College. All LLB courses are year-long and exams are held during May and June at the British Council.
LLB coursework completed at AAU is not formally graded but is utilized to assist students in developing their writing skills and knowledge of the subject matter. Participation and regular attendance are essential; the intimate nature of our classrooms and small class sizes ensure each student receives personal attention during each session. The integration of the University of London’s Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) and course materials with AAU’s mock exams, essays and extensive individualised feedback help students prepare for their examinations while developing skills inherent to the study of law.
Your Degree & After
Courses at Anglo-American University are taught by highly-qualified instructors with Master’s and Doctorate degrees in law, primarily from common law jurisdictions. Furthermore, as many instructors are adjunct instructors, they also have extensive professional legal experience. Courses are led by instructors with intensive facilitated discussions with students. Furthermore, throughout the course, students have written assignments and mock examinations, in which they are provided with detailed feedback from their instructors.
“The most exciting thing that happened to me in law school was the Moot Court. Even though it was more of a study case, it felt real and required an enormous amount of preparation, research and dedication. I spent nights and days trying to find appropriate case law and legislation to stay prepared. Thanks to this practical experience, I have learned that it is always better to settle the case before going to trial”Iskender Mederov, Law student, Kyrgyzstan
Examinations are then administered and graded by the University of London and students sit for the examinations at the British Council in Prague. As such, the final diploma for the LLB is awarded by the University of London.
Both AAU and UOL are able to provide information and confirmation of study regarding the program to prospective employers, postgraduate program applications, and application to Bar and professional legal examiners.
Bachelor of Laws (LLB) is a full-time 3-year study programme completed on location at Anglo-American University in Prague.
At Anglo-American University, students take a total of 12 year-long LLB courses as part of the University of London LLB program. Each course runs from September through May. There are 32 teaching weeks per academic year. Each class meets once per week at the AAU campus for 2 hours and 45 minutes. Therefore, for each class, students attend 88 hours of in-class instruction per course per academic year. This does not include all time preparing readings and assignments that students must do outside of class time.
Legal Systems and Methods
Torts, EU Law
Elective (such as International Protection of Human Rights or Commercial Law)
Equity and Trusts,
2 Electives (such as Intellectual Property Law, Company Law or Dissertation)
For more information on the University of London Programme structure, modules and specification.
AAU also offers skill-based support courses for Law students such as Fundamentals of Legal Research Writing and Analysis, Legal English, Legal Research and Writing, Moot Court, Legal Skills Development, and Cross Cultural Negotiations and Dispute Resolution.
For more information on the modular structure and the study program, please contact our admissions team at email@example.com.
Credit Value of Modules
Further information about the credit systems used by the University of London and universities in the UK and Europe is provided by the Quality Assurance Agency and the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System.
For the LLB each module has been assigned a credit value of 30 at either FHEQ Level 4, 5 or 6.
- Standard Entry LLB requires completion of 360 credits in total, equivalent to 180 ECTS credits.
- Graduate Entry LLB requires completion of 270 credits in total, equivalent to 135 ECTS credits.
One UK credit equates to a notional ten hours of study.
University of London Exam Information
The UofL administers all official exams for the LLB program.
For general information about the exams click here
Recognition by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports
AAU as a branch of a European foreign higher education institution (pursuant to Act no. 111/1998 Coll. on Higher Education Institutions, Part XIV, Section 93d) fulfilled the information obligations and was registered by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports on 16 November 2017. Thus, the study of the students has been made equal to study at higher education institutions in the Czech Republic under the State Social Support Act or under the Pension Insurance Act (Students have the legal status of a student for these purposes).
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