Law Foundation Course in Cambridge

Study at Cambridge Melchior College (CMC) and with Cambridge International Education Centre (CIEC) to prepare for your Law related degree. Join us on our 6 month programme in Cambridge. Successful students will receive both our CMC/CIEC Level 3 Diploma in Law and the ATHE (Ofqual approved) Level 3 Diploma in Law. These Diplomas will secure progression to a large number of law related degrees in UK universities, including for example Southampton Solent University, University of Bedfordshire, University of Northampton amongst others.

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About This Programme

This programme has been specially devised to prepare and equip students, especially international students, who intend to study for a law degree delivered and assessed in the English language. It seeks to develop the legal English and study skills which, together with legal knowledge and understanding, are so vital for success at university.

The ability to argue rationally, to think rigorously, and to express themselves persuasively in English will be as important to the future success of students as their knowledge of points of law. Indeed this Programme seeks to equip students to be effective independent learners, able to access and use legal documents and other sources, whether statutes, cases, reports or articles.

Cambridge International Education Centre (CIEC) specialises in Business and Management, including Law related education, with its key personnel having a globally recognised academic and publishing profile. It partners with universities worldwide in the joint delivery and accreditation of courses and CIEC has centres in a growing number of cities and countries.

Course Structure

The diagram below shows you the Units you will study in your two term course over six months.

Legal English & Study Skills
(30 Credits)
Legal Terminology & Communication
(15 Credits)
Additional English
Language and
Legal Study Skills
The English Legal System
(15 Credits)
Contract Law
(15 Credits)
Academic and Research
Skills for Law
(15 Credits)
Additional English
Language and
Legal Study Skills

Key Facts

Minimum age: 16.5+
Course length: 2 terms
Start dates: April 24th 2017, September 25th 2017, January 8th 2018, April 16th 2018.
Entry requirements: Satisfactory completion of secondary or high school education, IELTS 5.0 or equivalent
Location: Cambridge
Assessment: Continuous assessment
Teaching hours: 20 hours teaching a week and other structured activities
Tuition fees: £13,950 for the whole course
Accommodation fees: Residential accommodation £235 per week (Twin room with full board)
Homestay accommodation £180 per week (Twin room with full board)

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