Does Cardiff Law School run a Senior Status programme for students who already have a degree?
Cardiff Law School runs a two year, senior status degree for applicants with a degree in another discipline. We require a good Honours degree (2:1 or equivalent), supplemented by good A level and GCSE results (if applicable). In the first year of the senior status programme, students study 120 credits in the mandatory first year modules: Public Law, Legal Foundations, Contract and Tort. In the final year of the programme, students are required to study 140 credits, comprising Land Law, Law of the European Union, Criminal Law, Trusts and a 20 credit optional module. Cardiff Law School will also consider applications from students who have attained a degree from outside the UK.