The LLB Law and French programme is both challenging and stimulating, enabling you to build the skills required for a career in law or a wide range of professions.
A legal degree is a gateway to a career as a solicitor or barrister, but it is not the only path you can choose; there are many options beyond the legal profession that are available to you
Jobs directly related to your degree include:
Chartered legal executive (England and Wales)
Jobs where your degree would be useful include:
Civil Service administrator
Human resources officer
Trading standards officer
Remember that many employers accept applications from graduates with any degree subject, so don't restrict your thinking to the jobs listed here.
Legal practice increasingly takes place on a global stage, and Cardiff's LLB programmes in law and languages aim to produce lawyers not only fully competent in the law of England and Wales, but also fluent in the chosen language and conversant with the general culture, political institutions and legal system of another country. The Law and French programme is taught in collaboration with the School of Modern Languages.
Programme Structure Year One compulsory modules Public Law Contract Criminal Law Legal Foundations Contemporary French Language Modern France: War, Conflict and Culture Modern France: Politics, Economy and Society
Academic Entry Requirement
Academic Requirements Typical A-level OfferABBTo include a B in French. It is not necessary to have A-level Law and we do not require students to sit the LNAT test. However, A-levels must include a minimum of two traditional academic subjects. Please see our FAQs page for more information. General Studies is not accepted.Typical WBQ Offer Advanced Diploma with a Grade A in the Core and grades BB at A-level.Typical Int Bacc Offer32 points, with 6,5,5 at HL (with 5 in French)