Firstly, let’s look at the advantages of Distance Learning in general.
- You can fit your learning around your work and home life
- You can set your own pace of study
- You can choose when and where you study
- You can gain a degree from anywhere in the world
- A distance learning course often costs less than full-time study
- You can study a wide variety of courses at every level, so there’s something for everybody
Universities and colleges ensure that their distance learning programmes and qualifications are of the same high quality as campus-based programmes.
So which distance learning institution do you choose?
Oxford Learning College is one of the world’s leading distance education providers. Why choose anything other than one of the best, after all!
Why study for an A Level in Law?
Studying Law gives you an understanding of the role of Law in today’s society and raises your awareness of the rights and responsibilities of individuals. The skills learned on this course, such as analytical, critical analysis and problem-solving skills, are all skills that are highly sought after by higher education and employers.
This course consists of four units:
- The Nature of Law and the English Legal System
- Criminal Law
- Contract Law
The AQA A-level Law course, delivered by Oxford Learning College, provides students with an understanding of the English legal system and substantive law, including both criminal and civil law.
The course develops excellent written communication skills and research skills, while engaging you in real life challenges. You will be required to write clearly, concisely and in a logical manner. You will develop your problem-solving skills, and learn how to identify legal issues and apply the relevant law to a scenario to reach a conclusion. You’ll also gain critical evaluation skills to ensure that you can confidently express views which are substantiated with evidence, encouraging them to reflect on contemporary issues in society.
– Studying law at A-Level gives you a broad overview of the subject and enables you to experience what the subject itself is really about.
– It introduces you to the subject of Law itself before you go to university which may make undergraduate study of Law easier to understand.
– Studying Law at A-Level can develop your interest in the subject further, in turn giving you specific examples and knowledge to use when writing personal statements.