LLB and Diploma in Law Revision Programme
This five-day programme provides in-depth, structured lectures for LLB or Diploma in Law students revising for their examinations. Central to the programme are core subjects prescribed by the legal profession in England and Wales and which are also essential to the syllabuses for the LLB and Diploma in Law qualifications.
About the programme
This programme is open to LLB and Diploma in Law students, and offers:
- structured revision lectures in a number of subjects
- six hours of lectures per subject over five days from Monday 24 to Friday 28 March 2014 inclusive.
The timetable of subjects for 2014 includes: common law reasoning & institutions, contract law, criminal law, EU law, land law, public law, law of torts and law of trusts.
Please note: the deadline for applications has been extended until Monday 10 March 2014
Students will enjoy:
- teaching by experienced lecturers from the University of Cambridge Faculty of Law
- access to the world-renowned Squire Law Library
- an opportunity to network with other law students from around the world.
If you require further information regarding the syllabuses from which the course materials are based upon please contact email@example.com
Course timetable (PDF, 21KB) (updated 3 March 2014)
What our students say
Here's what some of our students had to say about the 2013 programme:
"It covered topics in a logical and coherent way"
"Greatly improved how to use the knowledge I have in a fluid way. I feel more confident and eager to write my exams"
You may choose any combination of subjects, from a minimum of two courses to a maximum of four:
- 2 subjects: £650
- 3 subjects: £875
- 4 subjects: £1,100
Kindly note that this includes a non-refundable deposit of £200, and does not include accommodation. Refer to Policy 1 of our Fee and refund policy for further information.
Payment of the course and accommodation fees may be made via credit card online, or, if you opt to make a bank transfer please contact us for specific information to supply to your bank.
Please note also that we have ensured that compulsory finals courses and Diploma courses do not clash with each other; however we cannot guarantee that an optional finals course or additional option will not clash with your personal plan. We are unable to make changes to the timetable for individual choices, therefore, please check the timetable carefully before you book.
Accommodation for those who wish to stay in a Cambridge college will be at Selwyn College, just a short walk from the Faculty of Law.
All accommodation will be en-suite and on a full-board basis as follows:
- Option A: Full board, 6 nights (23-29 March): £560
- Option B: Full board, 5 nights (24-29 March): £480
- Option C: Full board, 4 nights (24-28 March): £385
- Option D: Non-resident: course fee only
These dates are flexible; should you wish to stay on a different combination of dates please contact us.
Virtual Learning Environment
We will be able to offer you access to our Virtual Learning Environment (VLE), which will enable you to interact with your fellow students in the ICE online common room. Access to the VLE will be available to students two weeks prior to the start of the programme, throughout the duration and two weeks after the programme has ended. Kindly note that this resource will only become available to you once you have registered and paid your fees in full.
Computing facilities at the University
Once enrolled you will have automatic access to the use of computer facilities during your stay, which will enable you to have the use of computers and printing facilities on the Sidgwick Site, and at various other sites within the university.
How to apply
Payment of the course and accommodation fees may be made via credit card online using the link at the top of this page, or, if you opt to make a bank transfer please contact us for specific information to supply to your bank. Alternatively, you may also secure your place by completing and returning the paper application form (see below).
Unless otherwise stated, teaching and assessment for ICE courses is in English. Students for whom English is not their first language should refer to the Competence in the English Language Policy for further guidance.
Printable versions of our brochures are available to download from the Institute Publications page.
To book on this course please download the application form or contact us directly:
Write to usElizabeth Moore
Institute of Continuing Education
University of Cambridge
Madingley Hall, Madingley
+44 (0)1223 746418
24 March 2014
28 March 2014
10 March 2014
Faculty of Law
University of Cambridge
10 West Road
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