Suitable for non-law Graduates who hold an undergraduate degree
Qualifying Law Degree (QLD)
A student will hold a qualifying law degree if they have studied and passed the Nine core modules awarded by a UK University recognised and approved by the Bar Standard Board of England and Wales, the Solicitors Regulatory Authority of England and Wales or the Bar Council of Pakistan.
Successful completion of the core modules is required to complete the academic stage of the Bar and entry as a Solicitor in England and Wales.
A non-law Degree from a UK University
Or, a recognised degree from an overseas University such as a Bachelors Degree or Masters Degree
English IELTS Level 6 (for overseas students unless your degree was taught in English)
MCL offer their students flexible study which means students can complete the UK degree within two, three or four years. MCL offers face to face tuition by qualified tutors with 24/7 online access to the course materials.
Portfolio of Work
Students will have to pay the registration fee of the UK University and the tuition fees of MCL.
Available upon request.
MCL recommends that students who wish to study for the UK validated Law Degrees check the requirements of their professional body in the jurisdiction in which they wish to practice.
Our first entry shall comment from September 2019 and thereafter January 2020. MCL encourages students to apply early to secure their place on their choice of course. Students must have qualification certificates available to support admission. This will help us to process your application quickly and promptly and advise if you need to take an access course.
All students must pay an application fee of £150 which needs to be paid before the application can be considered. We would encourage students to pay online via a debit or credit card or bank transfer to avoid delaying the decision on you application.