It’s not too late to get a place to study law at Swansea University. Find out more about their clearing opportunities and how you can apply.
Swansea has four law courses available in clearing this year:
Swansea’s law faculty is currently ranked as 3rd in the UK for Overall Satisfaction (NSS 2021), top 10 in the UK for Career Prospects (Guardian University Guide 2021) and is in the top 300 courses in the world (QS World Rankings 2021).
More broadly, Swansea University has performed excellently in 2021. The University has received a TEF Gold Rating for Teaching (Teaching Excellence Framework) and is ranked in the UK Top 10 for teaching (NSS 2021) and is a UK Top 25 Institution (Guardian University Guide 2021).
You will gain a comprehensive grounding in all of the compulsory modules needed for a qualifying law degree across the first two years of your degree. This undergraduate degree structure leaves you with complete flexibility for your final year optional modules to gain deeper knowledge into a wide range of specialised subject areas, allowing you to shape your own learning.
These include but are not limited to:
At Swansea, you are able to complete a work placement in a variety of practice areas, or study abroad for 12-months before the final year of your degree. Some of Swansea’s partners even allow you to complete your work placement abroad, so you can combine the two.
Swansea’s law faculty also allows for students to make a difference through its internal law clinic. Here, members of staff and the general population can receive legal advice on issues such as immigration and asylum cases, benefits and landlord and tenant disputes.
Students are uniquely positioned to both give and receive advice on these legal problems! This can be achieved by enrolling on one of the following 20-credit modules: Miscarriage of Justice Project or Clinical Legal Education.
Billy is now a Senior Lecturer at the Hillary Rodham Clinton School of Law, but he joined Swansea through clearing! Find out more about his experience, and how he went on to win awards for his academic performance on one of Swansea’s law courses.
Clearing can be used for several reasons: changing your mind about one of the institutions you firmed or insured on UCAS, achieving better or lower grades than expected, or even changing course completely.
If you would like to learn more about law clearing opportunities at Swansea, make sure you:
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