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Law – LLB Honours

Programme length: 3 years full time
Next intake: September
Programme leader: Tenia Kyriazi

Programme Details

The School of Law brings together disciplines with a long-standing reputation at Middlesex University.

At our London campus, the School offers undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in Law, Criminology, Sociology, Politics, Development, Environmental Governance and International Relations. Our LLB Honours Law programme is also offered at our Mauritius and Dubai campuses. We have a thriving cohort of doctoral students, including a significant number who work on issues connected with human rights law, international criminal law, criminology, migration and social policy.

The teaching, research and advocacy strengths of the School are reflected in our Law and Criminology and Sociology departments, alongside The Social Policy Research Centre, European Human Rights Advocacy Centre, and Doctoral Institute. These provide an optimal basis for high-quality applied teaching, research and public engagement.

Over 1,700 students, including doctoral students, study within the School. The intellectual environment within the School and our overseas links facilitate contributions to issues of social justice in many parts of the world.

With our London location close to the centre of policy and practice in key national, European and international issues, the diversity and excellence of our academic staff, and investment in enhancing academic leadership, the School is building on its existing strong reputation as an internationally competitive, broad based Law School.

The School of Law has pioneered online learning technologies, ensuring our students have access to rich learning materials to supplement lectures, seminars and workshops. We emphasise skills development in practical areas such as mooting and legal research. Our student-focused teaching staff, in conjunction with our network of administrative staff, are available to speak to students individually and ensure that you are well supported during your time at the University.




  • English Legal System (30 Credits) – Compulsory
  • Law of Contract (30 Credits) – Compulsory
  • Legal Method (30 Credits) – Compulsory
  • Public Law (30 Credits) – Compulsory


  • Consumers and the Law (30 Credits) – Optional
  • Criminal Law (30 Credits) – Compulsory
  • EU Law (30 Credits) – Compulsory
  • Human Rights (30 Credits) – Optional
  • Jurisprudence (30 Credits) – Optional
  • Tort (30 Credits) – Compulsory


  • Business Organisations (30 Credits) – Optional
  • Child and Family Law (30 Credits) – Optional
  • Employment Law (30 Credits) – Optional
  • Equity and Trusts (30 Credits) – Compulsory
  • Evidence (30 Credits) – Optional
  • Immigration, Nationality and Asylum Law in the UK (30 Credits) – Optional
  • Land Law (30 Credits) – Compulsory
  • Medical Law (30 Credits) – Optional
  • Project (30 Credits) – Optional
  • Public International Law (30 Credits) – Optional
  • Work Placement (30 credits)- Optional


Note: Modules both core and optional, are constantly updated and under review. As with most academic programmes, please remember that it is possible that a module may not be offered in any particular year, for instance because too few students opt for it. Middlesex University reserves the right to vary or withdraw any course or module.




Number of Modules Tuition Fees Per Module Tuition Fees per Year* Tuition Fees Total
12 AED 12,500 AED 50,000 AED 150,000

* Fees for full-time enrolment i.e. 4 modules per year.

Entry Requirements

The entry requirements for this programme is different compared to all the Undergraduate programmes that we offer.

We accept students with a diverse range of entry qualifications and from varying backgrounds. The following qualifications are normally considered for admission into undergraduate programmes:

  • We normally make offers on 260 UCAS tariff points. GCSE English and Maths with a minimum of Grade C are required, however, the minimum points required for entry are 160 UCAS tariff Points

UCAS tariff points are calculated as follows:

A-level grades

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  • NOTE: A* grades were introduced to GCE A-level achievement from 2010. Some A-level subjects are not accepted towards undergraduate programmes.
  • Indian secondary school certificates issued by the CBSE/ISC boards may be considered: minimum grade of 65% overall
  • International Baccalaureate: completion of IB diploma with 30 points overall
  • A BTEC Level 3 qualification may be considered for direct entry into an undergraduate programme- Diploma 2 A levels with 2 Distinctions / Extended Diploma 3 A levels 3 Merits

This list shows only a selection of qualifications and if your high school system does not appear here, please contact our Admissions Office and we will be able to advise you further.

English Language Requirements – Undergraduate

All programmes at Middlesex University Dubai are taught in English and applicants with previous education outside of English-speaking countries (such as the UK, the United States, Canada, England, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand), must demonstrate English language proficiency as follows:

International English Language Testing System (IELTS) (Academic exam ONLY) Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)
Computer-based Internet-based Paper-based
Overall: 6.0 213 79 – 80 550
(minimum 5.0 in each band)

British national curriculum (GCSE): grade “C” or higher in English at O-Level/ AS-Level/ A-level. Additionally, students with the following qualifications may be considered as having met the English language requirements:

  • International Baccalaureate: English A1 or A2 (Standard or Higher Level) – minimum grade 4; English B (Higher Level) – minimum grade 4; English B (Standard Level) – minimum grade 5.
  • Indian secondary school certificates issued by the CBSE/ISC boards: minimum grade of 70% in English

Career Opportunities

The common career route for LLB graduates is as a solicitor or barrister, but there are many related sectors where a law degree is also highly desired, they include: business (including Human Resources, Tax and Insurance), charity, management or administration. Careers you might pursue include: Solicitor, Barrister, Legal Executive, Paralegal, community advisory work, or in-house legal departments.


The following documents must accompany an Application for Admission download here or fill in online

  • Two (2) recent passport-size photographs
  • Copy of your passport and your UAE residency visa, if available. Candidates who wish to apply for Middlesex University sponsored student visas can findmore information here
  • International Foundation Programme: Applicants should submit copies of secondary school records including a certificate of completion and a statement of grades/marks. Students may need to additionally provide results of their GED Tests.
  • Undergraduate Programmes: Applicants should submit copies of secondary school records including a certificate of completion and a statement of grades/marks. If you are seeking credits for previous study completed at university/post-secondary level, please provide official documents (e.g. transcripts, certificates, etc) showing the subjects completed and marks/grades achieved along with detailed information on the content of courses and an explanation of the grading system.
  • Postgraduate Programmes: Students should submit copies of their undergraduate qualifications including degrees and/or a statement of completion and transcripts showing grades/marks. For the MBA programme, students must additionally provide evidence of minimum 3 years professional full-time work experience. For candidates without a degree, a full description of the jobs is essential, to show clearly your successful career path and the contribution you can make to your postgraduate programme. You must provide information on the employer(s): size of Company (e.g. annual turnover, number of employees, geographical breadth), own responsibilities (e.g. size of budget, number of people reporting to you, to whom you report) and job content.
  • Two (2) academic references
  • A personal statement (200 words or more)
  • Evidence of satisfying the English Language requirements, where applicable.

If you require additional services such as a Middlesex University sponsored Student Visa or housing in our Halls of residences or our Transportation services please indicate this clearly on the application form.

Applications with the supporting documents should be sent to the Admission Office by the required ‘Application Deadlines’ on the following contact details:

Admissions Office

Middlesex University Dubai
Room 002, Block 16
Dubai Knowledge Village

PO Box 500697
United Arab Emirates

Email: admissions@mdx.ac

For admissions related enquiries call: +971 (0)4 3678100 OR +971 (0)4 3751212
To contact us via Fax dial: +971 (0)4 3678043