GCE A Level
Trips: Courts, University Law Departments charged at minimal cost.
B (5) grade or above in English Language or English Literature.
Entry requirements on ‘SSFC Course Information, Advice & Guidance’ document also apply.
What will I study?
The Law may be simplistically defined as rules that society as a whole is required to follow and which may be enforced in the courts.
The Law is not fixed however – it evolves with changes in society.
The study of Law at A level develops knowledge and understanding of the English legal system. Students solve problems through the application of legal rules.
The course is enjoyable and engaging and a basis for degree level study or a variety of employment options.
Where does it lead?
Higher/Continuing Education: Students usually progress to higher education to read Law as a single discipline or to combine it with humanties subjects. Graduates tend to pursue careers in the Legal Profession, Accounting, Government Services or Business Management. Alternatively, students have progressed to legal apprenticeships.