A-Levels - A Level Law

Business, Administration and Law

Business, Administration and Law
Business, Administration and Law
We are only accepting one application per candidate.

What will you be working towards?

Code 58068
Qualification Type GCE A/AS Level or Equivalent
Qualification Level Level 3
Course type Full Time


One of the most popular subjects in Wakefield College Sixth Form, the study of Law will provide you with the analytical and problem-solving skills needed to succeed in Higher Education or Employment.

Our Learning Resource Centre and well-equipped teaching rooms provide the support you need to get the most out of this subject. Our teaching staff have many years' experience of delivering this very specialised subject. You will also have the opportunity to visit local courts as well as participating in a programme of guest lectures, from legal specialists such as working magistrates, solicitors, the police and university law departments.


What you will study

This course will enable you to develop an understanding of the principles of English Law and the structure of major aspects of the English Legal System. You will investigate how Law is made and the role of judges, juries and the legal profession.

You will learn about aspects of criminal law, for example offences against the person, the law of homicide and the various property crimes. You will also study aspects of civil law including the law of tort (Negligence and Nuisance claims) and Human Rights.

Finally, you will study some of the more philosophical elements of the subject such as the relationship between law, morality and justice.

How will it be delivered?

Your progress will be assessed through completion of regular written work. There will be a mock exam period at the end of the Autumn Term. There is no coursework element for this qualification. A full revision programme will be provided in the second term that will run up until the summer examinations.

Entry requirements

5 GCSEs 9-4 including maths at grade 4 and English Language at grade 5 but grade 6 would be advantageous.

Your next steps...

Further study

Law develops valuable skills in analysis, reasoning and evaluation which gives a firm basis for all kinds of different undergraduate study at university.

Career opportunities

This subject provides a valuable first step for a career in Law. Apart from the professions of Solicitor and Barrister, there is a long list of associated career pathways such as Legal Executive, Paralegal, Police or any role within the Criminal Justice System. A qualification in Law is also useful for various careers in the world of Business.