With the 2017 GCE O-Levels results releasing this Wednesday, 11th January and the GCE A-Level within the next month, you will find yourself contemplating on the choices available to you. Chances are, if you are reading this article, you may have thought about reading Law.
There are several options you can consider to achieve a Law degree and fulfil your ambitions. You can either read law at a public tertiary institution, complete an international programme or study abroad.
Stansfield College provides you with 2 of these pathways to achieve your dreams through the illustrious University of London, International Programme.
Studying Law abroad?
If you are interested in reading Law in the UK, Australia, Canada or New Zealand, you can take the Certificate of Higher Education (CertHE) in Common Law to do so. Completing this course with good grades, will allow you to apply for a place in colleges such as University College London (UCL), Queen Mary University of London and more.
This UOL CertHE qualification was previously termed as the Diploma in Common Law. This qualification can also be used to enter a range of social science courses abroad should you discover a newfound passion in your academic walk.
Stansfield College also offers students with the option of completing the entire University of London, LLB international programme in Singapore Full-time / Part-time. This degree is awarded directly by the University of London and has always be held in high esteem in both the corporate and academic arena.
The big question is: “What can I expect after reading Law?”
Contrary to what you may have been watching on the television and movies, there is a wide range of career choices for Law graduate besides practicing as a Lawyer after graduation.
Law affects every part of our lives and we often interact with law much more than we consciously realise. From taking the public transport to watching your favorite YouTube channel, we walk in and out of the field of law almost everyday; whether consciously or not.
The most valuable investment you can make is in yourself.
This reflects why becoming a Law graduate can be one of the most valuable investment one can make. Across all industries, businesses and public institutions, the Law safeguards the interests of its stakeholders and employers are constantly looking for professionals who are well-versed in understanding the Law, its interpretation and application. As globalization continues to intensifies, the concept of Law will only be more important and reading Law can be your best bet yet.