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Many countries have a different education system than the UK, which means your qualifications may not meet our entry requirements. Completing your Foundation Certificate, as offered by the University of Liverpool International College, means you are assured of a place in the course of your choice. Depending on your personal situation, you may automatically be eligible for a reduction in admission requirements for this course up to two levels. When you apply, we consider a number of factors, such as where you live, to determine if you qualify for a grade reduction. You don`t need to ask for a note reduction – we do all the work. We are aware that many schools no longer offer AS level qualifications and therefore do not formally use AS level results in admission decisions. If applicants have completed AS levels, we expect them to record UCAS application results, but we will not specifically require students to have completed AS levels to access our programs. This module provides an introduction to one of the main areas of intellectual property law – copyright. It will cover the different conditions for obtaining copyright protection and will deal with the extension of the rights available to copyright holders. The module will examine the complexity of copyright infringement due to the advent of digital technologies and whether private rights conferred by copyright are properly balanced with the protection of public interests.

This module provides you with an understanding of the fundamentals of professional conduct and clinical legal education. You will demonstrate skills in client interviews, advocacy, case and problem analysis, legal research and writing. You will conduct a client interview in a clinical setting (via our legal advice centre) with appropriate supervision and develop the skills to think critically about legal services in a university law clinic. You can automatically benefit from reduced entry requirements through our contextual offer program. We consider a wide range of UK qualifications, including Scottish Advanced Highers, AQA Baccalaureate, Cambridge Pre-U and access to the HE degree. Details of the specific admission requirements for applicants offering these qualifications can be found in the online prospectus for students. This is the deadline for applications that must be completed and submitted for this course. If the university or college still has vacancies, you can apply after this date, but your application is guaranteed not to be considered.

GCSE Mathematics and English required in 4th year/C. Applicants with equivalent qualifications or who do not meet these GCSE requirements will be considered individually based on their situation. Learn about the updates we`ve made since this course was published. We document changes to information such as course content, admission requirements, and how you are taught. The University recognises the value of the Core Maths qualification to support the development of mathematics skills. Although the University will not include basic mathematics in our admission requirements, we welcome the additional skills it will provide to students. We do not accept basic mathematics instead of A/A level mathematics or equivalent qualifications when mathematics is a requirement of the subject. International students must have an internationally recognised English language qualification.

For more advice on accepting a full range of qualifications for non-native English students, please see our English Entry Requirements. The following entry points are available for this course: This module provides students with an introduction to the most important aspects of family law in England and Wales in the context of public and private proceedings. Students begin with a critical examination of the legal regulation of various family relationships (particularly marriage, civil partnership and cohabitation) in the light of human rights standards and recent reforms. It examines the legal requirements for establishing regulated family relationships and the legal consequences of terminating such relationships, both financially and in terms of childcare arrangements. The module then examines the conditions under which the State can legitimately intervene in family life and the various arrangements available to it to protect children from abuse and neglect. All of this will be based on a detailed review of the legal framework, relevant case law and scientific commentary. Select your country or region to view specific entry requirements. Most combined degrees allow you to adjust the weighting of each by 25% after the first year, which helps you keep your options open. Please note, however, that students studying a degree program in economics or business in combination with another subject cannot move from 25% to 50% or from 50% to 75% and it is not possible to move from a law from 50% to 75%. To learn more about your choice of program, please first visit our combined degree websites: liverpool.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/courses/combined-degrees. The qualifying law degree is recognised by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) with the aim of completing the academic standard. This program is available with one year in China.

The year in China offers students the opportunity to spend a year in our joint venture, Xi`an Jiaotong-Liverpool University (XJTLU), after XJTLU has completed the BA China Studies. XJTLU is an entirely English-speaking university in Suzhou.