If you do not successfully complete the whole course, you would still potentially be eligible for:. The certificates would evidence your attainment of particular competencies and would be of value to you in pursuing another legal or non-legal career. PGDip Full time: the course runs for nine months, from September to May, with up to 14 hours of face-to-face tutorial group teaching a week three to four days a week.
You will be required to spend approximately 30 hours a week on independent study, on top of your taught contact hours. PGDip Part time: this weekend course runs for two years, from September to May in each academic year, over up to 12 study weekends a year. Each weekend will consist of face-to-face tutorial group teaching on a Saturday and Sunday, every three weeks on average.
You will be required to spend approximately 15 hours a week on independent study, on top of your taught contact hours. LLM: The taught part of the course is delivered over one year full time and two years part time. In both instances the dissertation will constitute an additional year in the form of self-study, away from campus making a total of two years duration for full-time and three years for part-time.
You will study further modules to complete the master's award. Taught option modules can be undertaken immediately after completing the compulsory modules, and account for up to 30 credits, with up to 20 hours of contact time per module a week. Alongside this, you will undertake project or dissertation modules which are predominantly self-study. Civil Litigation and Criminal Litigation assessments are set by the Central Examination Board, on behalf of the Bar Standards Board, and examined using multiple choice questions.
All other assessments are also set locally and are either completely seen or partially seen, in that you will receive information in advance to research the relevant areas of law. We use mock assessments with feedback to help you monitor and improve your performance, and prepare effectively. Our tutors have extensive experience of the centralised assessments, so are well placed to support you.
For added flexibility, there is some choice about when you take your assessments, although we structure the teaching to allow you to complete them at the earliest opportunity. See our full glossary of assessment terms. Our support includes access to fantastic facilities, study tools and career consultants, plus practical help to access everything from funding to childcare.
A stunning city for student living with all the qualities to make you want to stay. There is more to your experience here than study. Choose to make the most of it and try new things. Discover our campuses and the wealth of facilities provided for our students. This course is accredited by the Bar Standards Board.
You'll be based in the Bristol Law School, on our Frenchay Campus, with access to extensive facilities to support your learning, including:. You'll also have access to all the other facilities on our Frenchay Campus, including hour access to our library, and a wide range of academic support, wellbeing and careers services. Learn more about UWE Bristol's facilities and resources. Many of our graduates go on to work as barristers, working either as self employed or inhouse counsel, or for the Government Legal Profession or Crown Prosecution Service.
Other graduates take their BTC into careers as legal associates, managers or legal advisers, or into other sectors. Alongside support from our award-winning university careers services, you'll receive careers advice and support specific to this course, including access to CV clinics, careers talks, 'ask the experts' events and mock interviews, to enhance your chances of obtaining pupillage and help you plan your career path. We can also help with planning for a career overseas through our international careers service.
Through our strong links with Chambers in Bristol and nationally, you will have regular opportunities to connect with practice, and take part in:. As well as working with charities such as Support Through Court, we have our own Business Law Advice Clinic, where you can tap into diverse work experience opportunities, to give back to the community and enhance your employability at the same time. At an additional, but highly reduced cost, we also offer students the opportunity to become a civil commercial mediator through an internationally respected mediation training provider.
See our funding pages for more information. Our BTC is a very popular programme with limited places. If the number of applications exceed places available you may be placed on a waiting list. Applicants meeting the eligibility criteria will be required to attend an interview as part of the admissions process.
Interviews are conducted by the BTC team of academic tutors and further details will be provided on receipt of your application. All students applying for a place on the UWE BTC course will be considered for an offer according to the extent that their application form and interview demonstrates:.
These criteria will be assessed by reference to answers on the applicants online application form and at an interview conducted by the BTC academic admissions team. All prospective barristers must be able to demonstrate that their English language ability is at least equivalent to:. All applicants should have an effective command of the English language and be able to use it appropriately, accurately and fluently to handle complex and detailed argumentation.
International students will be required to produce a certificate evidencing the necessary IELTS or Pearson test scores. The method for verifying that a prospective barrister has met this requirement will be determined by UWE Bristol. UWE Bristol reserves the right to require any candidates who successfully self-certify to undertake the IELTS academic test or Pearson test if they do not subsequently demonstrate the English language requirement set out above. Due to the popularity of our BTC programme, applicants who wish to secure their place on the course will need to complete their application by 22nd July and pay a deposit towards the course fee.
Your tuition fee deposit will be automatically deducted from your course tuition fee when you come to UWE Bristol to register. Please note that if the number of deposits exceed places available you may be placed on a waiting list.
This course is open for applications. To apply, please visit the Entry section below. Introduction Maximise your chances of securing pupillage by building your legal knowledge and skills side by side. Accreditations and partnerships:. Structure Content The optional modules listed are those that are most likely to be available, but they may be subject to change. Deen Dayal P. This teacher education programme aims at preparing teachers for the elementary stage of education, that is, classes I-VIII.
The elementary teacher is called upon to engage with children of years in a variety of socio-cultural contexts. It is not an easy job being a teacher. This is a profession full of great responsibilities and challenges. One has to receive years of training and experience to become a teacher. The conduct of the teacher can motivate or demoralize the students. He plays a hugely influential role in the lives of young kids. Because of the accountabilities associated with this job, one must be adequately trained for the job.
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