Postgraduate taught

University of Law at Exeter programmes - 2021 entry

Overview

Thanks to an innovative collaboration with The University of Law, students can convert to law by studying the Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) and continue their journey to becoming a solicitor by studying the Legal Practice Course (LPC) after completing their LLB or GDL.

The University of Law will be responsible for providing the educational content of both programmes, which includes face-to-face teaching from qualified lawyers, tutor support and an award-winning employability programme to boost workplace skills. Students will also benefit from the campus experience offered at the Streatham Campus, which has recently received £380 million in investment and is known as one of the most beautiful campuses in the UK.

We can now also accept Tier 4 visas from international students who wish to study with us at Exeter. Further information on visa requirements can be found on our dedicated page.

Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL)

The Graduate Diploma in Law from The University of Law is the first step towards your legal career for graduates wanting to convert to law after completing a non-law undergraduate degree. Our law conversion course offers unrivalled levels of face-to-face teaching, tutor support and a range of flexible study options.

Find out more about the GDL.

Legal Practice Course (LPC)

Improve your career prospects with the Legal Practice Course from The University of Law. Learn the essential professional skills that legal employers are looking for, from qualified lawyers with extensive practice experience. With a clear focus on your future employability, we are more confident than ever in your success and offer our LPC Employment Promise. Get a job in nine months, or we’ll give you 100 per cent of your fees back (subject to full terms and conditions).

Find out more about the LPC.