NCHS 2+1 LLB Transfer programme provides entry to the final year of Ulster University, UK LLB degree.
- 1st Year
- Criminal Law
- Exploring Law
- Public Law 1
- Law of Tort
- Administrative Law
- Law Politics and Governance
- 2nd Year
- LAW310 Contract Law
- LAW319 Introduction to Property Law
- LAW328 Jurisprudence
- LAW313 European Law
- LAW334 Business and Commercial Law
Ulster is consistently regarded as one of the most outward-looking institutions in the world, ranked in the top 25% of UK universities for world-leading research based on research power in REF 2014 with 72% of its research activity regarded as ‘world-leading’ and ‘internationally excellent’.
Research emerging from the School of Law is both pioneering and world-leading, with results from the UK National Exercise (REF) assessing its research as 4th overall in the UK, eclipsing the results of larger and more established law schools.
The School of Law in the National Student Survey results 2017 had an overall satisfaction of 96%, way above the national average, and in the Guardian University League Tables for 2018 Law at Ulster ranks in the top 20 UK Law Schools.
All Ulster University students are members of the Students' Union (UUSU)- a hub for social events, entertainment, trips and activities.
The Sports Union is part of UUSU and coordinates over 65 sports clubs across the campuses offering a range of activities from archery to volleyball etc. UUSU represents the student population on all University committees, ensuring the student voice is heard; giving feedback on teaching and facilities.
Clubs and societies are an integral part of the Students' Union and university life. Students can get involved in meeting new people, having fun and trying something new while gaining valuable experience, skills to enhance the CV.
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In preparation for the exciting tenure at Ulster, students are groomed at NCHS to gain the skill set needed for international success. Students are given individual attention in the classroom, and encouraged and supported to reach their full potential.
Student union activities, clubs and societies, give students the opportunity to develop their soft skills and leadership skills, which is an integral part of education at NCHS.