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LL.B. in Law and French Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin

Ireland

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Summary

What is Law and French?

With continuing European integration and increasing globalisation, there is a need for lawyers with a transnational education. The Law and French degree course satisfies these needs as students graduate with a grounding in Irish law and fluency in a second European language. Graduates will have a real insight and knowledge of the general culture, political, economic and sociological make-up of France. The Law and a Language programmes are taught in collaboration with the School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies.

Law and French: The course for you?

If you like to be challenged and intellectually stimulated, have a keen interest in the cultural, social, historical and political backgrounds of France and would like to learn a second language, then this degree is for you. Legal training requires the ability to think logically and critically, precise and careful use of language, good writing skills and a facility for articulate expression are key attributes for legal scholars.

Law and French @ Trinity

The Law and French degree programme offers a unique opportunity to study, not just the Irish legal system but also the languages, culture and political systems of France. Students must undertake an Erasmus year in France, exposing them to the law of that legal system. The class sizes are small, fostering a close collegial relationship with peers and members of the faculty.

Graduate skills and career opportunities

The increasing Europeanisation of legal practice means that graduates of the law and a language degree programme have much to contribute to the legal and other professions in Ireland, as well as enjoying career opportunities in Europe. In addition to careers in the legal profession, Law and French graduates also find employment in business, journalism, accountancy, banking, insurance, politics, foreign affairs and diplomacy and public services. Graduates will have mastered a second language, which creates many opportunities for employment in large international organisations, not solely confined to the legal profession.

Law degrees and professional qualifications

No law degree entitles a person to practise law as a solicitor or barrister. If you wish to go on to obtain a professional qualification, the governing bodies for the profession require that you study certain modules in your primary law degree. Each of our five undergraduate degree programmes guarantees you that will have the opportunity to take these modules. Our programmes also offer additional modules required for entry into the UK professional bodies.

All students considering a career as a lawyer should consult the relevant professional body of their preferred jurisdiction to ensure they satisfy all entry requirements.

Course options

Here are the different ways in which you can study LL.B. in Law and French.

Full Time (4 Years)

Tuition fees

€20,609.00 (18,36,295) per year

EU Student Contribution: €3,000, EU fee in total: €5,681; Please refer Trinity College Dublin website for more up-to-date fee details.

*Price shown is for indicative purpose, please check with institution

From

Sep-21, Feb-22

Venue

Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin

College Green,

Dublin 2,

DUBLIN,

Dublin,

Republic of Ireland

Entry requirement for international students

Applicants must have completed a high school qualification equivalent to the Irish Leaving Certificate. General matriculation requirements include pass grades in English, mathematics and a language other than English. Additional requirements may apply for some courses.

  • TOEFL: Internet based 90 (with a written score of 21).
  • University of Cambridge: 180+ on Cambridge English scale with no less than 175 in each skill and use of English i.e. Proficiency Certificate, Grade C or better (CEFR Level C1 or C2), Advanced Certificate, Grade C or better (CEFR Level C1 or C2), First Certificate
  • Grade A (CEFR Level C1); IELTS: (Academic version) 6.5 (no individual band below 6)
  • Pearson Test of English (Academic) - PTE Academic: a minimum score of 63 (with no section score below 59).

* Please check with your chosen school for the exact entry requirements for your programme.

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