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Law (AS & A Level)

Course Summary:

As a Law student at OSFC you will develop the knowledge and skills to debate important concepts such as justice and equality. You will see how Law is made and its operation and effect on our everyday lives in England and Wales. You’ll study areas of criminal, tort and contract topics, as well as the nature of Law. These include areas such as non-fatal offences, fatal offences, negligence, morality and justice. It’s a fascinating subject that aims to help you develop transferable skills such as analysis, evaluation and problem solving.

Higher Education Destinations:

  • The University of Manchester – Law
  • The University of Sheffield – Law and Criminology
  • The University of Chester – Accounting and Finance
  • The University of Chester – Law and Spanish
  • The University of Salford – Psychology

Career destinations:

Law A Level is the perfect stepping-stone to HE courses or careers in areas such as the Legal Professions, Civil Service or Inland Revenue. Former students are currently studying for degrees or apprenticeships in Law, Corporate Law and Criminology across the country.

Entry Requirements:

A grade 4 in Maths and English Language.

Assessment Method:

AS exams will be taken at the end of the first year. There are two papers to sit each 1.30 minutes long.

In the second year three exam papers taken at the end will make up the student’s A Level Result. These three papers are all two hours long.

 

Student Case Studies:

Bethany Woodward

Bethany Woodward

“Law is my favourite subject. I feel that it challenges me academically and also interests me as it gives you the skills to apply theory to real life situations. The Law staff are friendly and approachable which makes lessons more enjoyable. When I finish College I plan to go on to university and study Criminology.”