The International Year One in the subject area of Law provides an excellent starting point for students aspiring to enter the realm of legal studies. These programmes introduce a wide variety of legal facets, such as Criminology, Law and Policing. Students have the opportunity to study at universities and colleges located in countries with a strong legal heritage, including the United Kingdom, the United States of America, and Australia.
Kickstart your legal career with the International Year One, nurturing crucial analytical and argumentative skills commonly associated with the legal profession. Whether your goal is to become a lawyer, a judge, or a legal consultant, this pathway paves the way for a promising future in the field of law.
View the universities and colleges listed below and complete the form at the bottom of the page or speak to your Study Centre if you are interested in progressing to any of these options.
Experience Australia’s robust legal system firsthand and broaden your global perspectives with our International Year One Law programme – a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in one of the world’s most respected legal environments.
- Griffith College
Study Law in the UK with the International Year One programme and gain firsthand experience in one of the world’s most influential legal systems, renowned for its depth and precedent-setting judgements.
- Cardiff University International Study Centre
- ONCAMPUS Aston University
- ARU College
- The College, Swansea University
United States of America
Studying Law in the USA, a country celebrated for its pioneering legal thought and robust judicial system, can offer you an unparalleled educational experience, equipping you with a distinctive set of legal skills recognised globally.
- Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi International Study Centre
- University of Hartford International Study Centre
- UMass Boston GSSP
If you are interested in applying to any of the above-listed institutions, please complete the form below and a member of NCUK’s Student Support team will provide you with more details. Please note that the availability of specific courses and admission requirements may vary between universities and programmes. Therefore, students are encouraged to contact NCUK for detailed information about available options.