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The workplace is changing, employers' needs are changing – so Kingston Law School's law degrees are changing too. Our new degrees are geared around your future career and employability.

They are stimulating, challenging and practical.

Advantages for students

  • Flexibility
  • Greater employment prospects
  • Professional experience
  • Professional skills
  • Critical understanding and improved results
  • Better career choices
  • International experience

Kingston Law School is looking for aspirational, hard-working, ambitious students – students who see how Kingston Law School can prepare them for success, and launch them on their professional journeys.

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Achieve all this in just three years – at the same cost as a traditional degree.

Professional experience

Professional experience

Our three-year law degrees include the option of up to two summer internships or professional ethics modules depending on availability.

Professional Readiness Programme

Professional Readiness Programme

Our Professional Readiness Programme aims to equip you with skills that will enable you to undertake a professional internship or a professional module with confidence and prepare you for the real world of work.

Professional development

Professional development

Choose from a range of short courses, professional qualifications and/or exemptions to complement your practical and academic experience. You can also choose to spend a year studying abroad – a big advantage in an increasingly international workplace.

Real estate management degree

Real estate management degree

Real estate management students will have the opportunity of doing a work related placement in the third year of years two and three. The course also includes a trip to a major city in the first and second years and a trip (currently to a European city) in the final year.

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Kingston University Admissions

  • Tel: 0844 855 2177 (UK only)
  • Tel: +44 (0)20 3308 9932 (outside the UK)
  • Email us
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