BPP set to launch new 'flexible' LLB
BPP Law School is set to launch its Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree programme this month. The course, which has 80 students enrolled on it so far, will commence on 28 September 2009 and will cost £10,800. There will be additional start dates in January and May. Students will be able to study for the BPP LLB full-time over two to three years, or part-time over six years. There will also be an option to switch between part-time and full-time modules. Classes can be taken either face-to-face or online, with those opting for the latter method given access to BPP's facilities in London, Leeds and Manchester.
BPP Law School is set to launch its Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree programme this month.
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