Our law programmes at undergraduate level prioritise intensive independent work for tutorials. Tutorials are weekly meetings between a tutor and a group of two or three students, for which everyone normally writes an essay. The workload and the intellectual demands are high but the rewards of such close academic attention are substantial. Are you the kind of person who would thrive on this challenge? If so, consider...
- The regular
three-year BA degree in Law, a superb university education that also
serves as a qualifying law degree for practice as a lawyer in England and
- The four-year BA in
Law with Law Studies in Europe, in which the extra year is spent
studying at a partner university in France, Italy, Germany Spain, or the Netherlands.
- The Diploma in
Legal Studies, a one-year sample of courses from our BA programmes,
aimed only at students visiting from our partner universities.
- A list of all
the courses available (and in some cases required) as part of our
BA/Diploma programmes, with brief course descriptions.
- Undergraduate programmes FAQs: brief answers to all your burning questions about life as an Oxford undergraduate law student.
- Information on Law Faculty Open Days and summer schools