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LPC structure and assessment

Study mode Start dates Duration Compulsory Study hours Modules Contact Frequency Private Assessment Assessment
induction (including per hours per of contact study points for Masters
private semester week time required students
study)

9 months 15 hrs (5
5 (term one Approx. 3
(27 weeks two-hour
contains 2 months to
Full-time January & for LPC, 40 workshops & 5 days a average
1 day 55 per week double 2 periods complete after
Accelerated* July weeks for up to 5 one- week 40 hours
modules and the course
LPC hour
one single) finishes*
Masters) lectures)

10 months 12 hrs (4 2 or 4 days


February/ You will finish
(41 weeks two-hour per week
March, June, 3 weeks later
for LPC, 44 workshops & (assessment Average
Full-time September 1 day 45 per week 4 with some in than students
weeks for up to 4 one- may be on 33 hours
December only studying
LPC hour other
and January the core LPC
Masters) lectures) days)**

22 months 6 hrs (2 two- Up to 10


You will finish
(Day: once a hour Day hrs of
Part-time 3 weeks later
week; 22.5 per workshops & students: private
Day or September 2 days 2 On weekdays than students
evening: week up to 2 one- once a week study for
Evening only studying
twice a hour 9am - 6pm each
the core LPC
week) lectures) workshop
LPC structure and assessment
Study mode Start dates Duration Compulsory Study hours Modules Contact Frequency Private Assessment Assessment
Induction (including per hours per of contact study points for Masters
private semester week time required students
study)

12 hrs (4 or
5 two-hour Up to 10 hrs You will finish
22 months
3 days workshops & 1 weekend of private 3 weeks later
Part-time (26 two day 22.5 per On
September (Friday - 2 up to 4 one- every 2 or 3 study for than students
Weekend study week weekdays
Sunday) hour lectures weeks each only studying
weekends)
per study workshop the core LPC
weekend)

Up to 12
Self-study
10 - 15 days for Professional
8 days with 2 tasks
4 days at hours to exam and Practice
Online (i- March & Up to 2 20 spread over to be
Bloomsbury 2 reseach and assessments Dissertation
LLM LPC)* September years per week duration of submitted
centre complete on weekdays built into the
course every 10
each task and course
days^^
weekends
Notes on LPC structure and assessment
Assessment
You will be assessed in a variety of methods including a combination of open and closed book examinations, deadline driven
research assessments, written assignments and oral presentations

Private study
Private study consists of online test and feedback exercises, independent reading and research, completing preparatory
workshop tasks and consolidation.

Masters award students (face-to-face students only)


For MSc students, the course also requires the completion of the Law and Business module and the Business Case Study
Project; and for LLM students, either the completion of the Law and Business module or a fourth elective, along with the
Professional Practice Research Report. Full-time Accelerated students are expected to submit the Business Case Study
Project or the Professional Practice Research Report approximately three months after the end of the course.
* i-LLM LPC students please refer to the next page.

** These options are only available for Stage 1 of the course (September to March). Your schedule during Stage 2 (April to the
end of May) will depend on your choice of electives.

Disability support
The Disabled Students Allowance is available across all study modes on this course. Please contact the Disability Support
Service for advice on applying: disabilitysupportservice@law.ac.uk

Visa requirements
If you require a visa to come to the UK, see the visa section on the International pages.
Notes on i-LLM LPC structure and assessment
^ Note the i-LLM LPC differs from the face-to-face LPC. The course is structured around directed self-study, including i-
Tutorials, online test and feedback exercises and independent reading and research. Individual and collaborative tasks will be
submitted online, with electronic feedback. .

Assessment
The course is assessed by a variety of assessment methods including open book examinations, course work, which includes a
Professional Practice Dissertation, and oral skills role plays. More information about the Professional Practice Dissertation.

Attendance
^^ You need to attend in London for:-
The four-day induction course
Skills training in Interviewing and Advocacy oral skills
Examinations and oral skills assessments (held at either the London Bloomsbury or Moorgate centres).

Visa requirements
If you require a visa to come to the UK, see the visa section on the International pages.