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I would like to study criminal law or business law usuaing the international foundation program and I am wondering if that’s possible. What specific entry requirements would I need as well as what AS levels subjects are preferred for this course. Finally what over core is recommended in the IELTS
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Hi, yes it is possible to apply for a Law degree on the International foundation program. Successful completion of the IFP means a guaranteed place on the relevant Undergraduate degree course. To progress to Law you will need to apply for the Social Sciences IFP which has the option of a September or Spring start.

In order to apply for this course, you will need to complete an application form and upload your documents to it. You will need a 5.0 or more in UKVI IELTS if you require a visa to study.

You should be able to find the info you need on IFP here: https://www.kent.ac.uk/international...l-sciences-ifp

We welcome students with an interest in criminal law and in business law to apply, and offer a number of relevant modules through our LLB in Law.

Criminal Law is a core module on the LLB, as are modules in areas of law relevant to business, such as Contract Law. In addition, we offer an extensive range of optional modules in a wide variety of interesting and engaging areas of law. Relevant optional modules currently offered include Intellectual Property Law; Critical Law and Practice of Internal Business Transactions; Privacy, Data Protection and Cyber Security Law; the Law of Evidence; Policing, and many more (with modules subject to change, and a full list of optional modules currently offered to be found on our LLB in Law online subject profile).

In addition, we also offer joint honours programmes in Law and Criminology, and in Law and Management.

We are a highly international law school, both in our composition and outlook, and we happy welcome students through the University’s International Foundation Programme.

I hope this helps, Amy
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