BlogLegal ResourcesUniversity of Cambridge: Studying Law Online Course

October 27, 20210

The Faculty of Law is delighted to announce the launch of a major new outreach initiative, Exploring Law: Studying Law at University.

Exploring Law is an innovative, open-access online course, designed primarily for 16 to 18-year-olds who are considering whether to study law at a university in the UK. It is free for anyone to access and complete.

The course is a key outreach initiative for the Faculty of Law, intended to help any student, whatever their background, and whatever their particular university aspirations.

During the course’s six weekly modules, students are introduced to fundamentals of the law – its nature, sources and major categories – and explore in depth some fascinating questions of criminal law, public law and private law. They also gain valuable insights into, and have a chance to practice, skills that every law student needs. The final course module provides useful advice on how to make an effective university application.

The Exploring Law course is intended to be a positive, engaging and rich experience. Academic experts guide students as they work through online activities that allow them to learn about, and interact with, the law in different ways.

The Exploring Law course will run for the first time from Monday 18 October 2021. It is possible to register for the course immediately, and at any time before 29 November 2021, via the Exploring Law course page. The course will be offered again on a regular basis in the future.

For further information about enrolling on the course, see the Faculty of Law’s Exploring Law: Studying Law at University webpage.

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