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University of Bedfordshire

Law with Psychology LLB (Hons)

Foundation Year, Undergraduate
3 years, 4 years
Tuition fee

Course description

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The LLB (Hons) Law with Psychology programme develops a student’s knowledge of the law and, in addition, allows them to apply it to real-life situations. Students undertake academic research and study legal and political writings. Students on this course can pursue positions in forensic, investigative and forensic psychology. The course programme is designed to help understand the mechanisms that drive offenders and aid in their rehabilitation.

Why study Law with a degree in Psychology (Honours)?

  • Law courses at the University of Bedfordshire are among the top courses that offer greater opportunities for graduates
  • The teaching team has proven professional experience in the world of criminal justice and forensic psychology

What skills does the course participant gain?

  • The Law with Psychology (Honours) course allows you to develop important skills for the legal and legal profession
  • The course syllabus includes legal and psychology subjects
  • Participants are educated in areas such as psychology and criminal behaviour, psychology and mental health, social psychology, psychology and criminal justice, and forensic psychology in practice
  • Students can participate in extra-curricular projects, such as a law clinic or a legal aid project for refugees

Where is this course taught?

Legal studies in England are characterised by high levels of education and many areas of specialisation. Our university offers the Law with Psychology BA (Hons) programme at our Luton campus.

This course is organized by:
School of Accounting, Finance and Law

This course awards the qualifications:
LBB Hons

Foundation year:

Pre-settle/Settle status/UK passport*/indefinitive leave to remain


Two years’ working experience(CV)
High school or technical school leaving certificate with an average of 3.0/ Baccalaureate passed at 45% overall

Language test:

Internal language test passed at 4.5pct level (scale 1-8)

Year one:

Pre-settle/Settle status/ British passport/indefinitive leave to remain


Baccalaureate passed with an average of 60% in all subjects

Language test:

Internal language test passed at 5.5pts (scale 1-8)
*People who only hold a UK passport can only apply through our agency if they are over 25 years of age