Language and/with International Law with Foundation Year (BA) 72 months Undergraduate Program By Birkbeck, University of London |Top Universities

Language and/with International Law with Foundation Year (BA)

Subject Ranking

# 301-340QS Subject Rankings

Program Duration

72 monthsProgram duration

Main Subject Area

Modern LanguagesMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Modern Languages

Degree

BA

Study Level

Undergraduate

The BA Language and/with International Law with Foundation Year gives students the opportunity to combine the study of a modern foreign language with international law to a high level. Students may study a number of cross-cultural modules exploring specific themes across a variety of language-speaking areas. The law component of the programme will equip students with the tools to understand the operation of law in the modern world and in particular the ways in which law is deployed to mark distinctions between the national/international and global. Students will have a chance to gain a strong grounding in UK constitutional law, the English legal system and European Union law, public and private international law, migration law (including asylum), and human rights. Before proceeding to the main degree, students will spend their Foundation Year preparing themselves for a degree in the arts by improving their study and research skills and gaining arts-related knowledge and understanding. Students will also have the opportunity to take a language module as part of the Foundation Year. Upon successful completion of the Foundation Year, students can automatically progress on to the three-year, full-time evening study BA Language and/with International Law. Graduates can pursue careers in international organisations and businesses, education, journalism or the legal profession. This degree may also be useful in becoming a translator, human rights lawyer, human resources officer or higher education lecturer.

Program overview

Main Subject

Modern Languages

Degree

BA

Study Level

Undergraduate

The BA Language and/with International Law with Foundation Year gives students the opportunity to combine the study of a modern foreign language with international law to a high level. Students may study a number of cross-cultural modules exploring specific themes across a variety of language-speaking areas. The law component of the programme will equip students with the tools to understand the operation of law in the modern world and in particular the ways in which law is deployed to mark distinctions between the national/international and global. Students will have a chance to gain a strong grounding in UK constitutional law, the English legal system and European Union law, public and private international law, migration law (including asylum), and human rights. Before proceeding to the main degree, students will spend their Foundation Year preparing themselves for a degree in the arts by improving their study and research skills and gaining arts-related knowledge and understanding. Students will also have the opportunity to take a language module as part of the Foundation Year. Upon successful completion of the Foundation Year, students can automatically progress on to the three-year, full-time evening study BA Language and/with International Law. Graduates can pursue careers in international organisations and businesses, education, journalism or the legal profession. This degree may also be useful in becoming a translator, human rights lawyer, human resources officer or higher education lecturer.

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

6+
1200+
83+
Jan-2000

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