Study Law at DMU

De Montfort University, UK

Study in our £35 million Hugh Aston Building - with its own mock courtroom, a client interviewing room and an integrated law library

De Montfort University, UK

Opportunities to take part in mooting and client interviewing


Leicester De Montfort Law School

Study Law in our state-of-the-art £35 million Hugh Aston Building, with its own mock courtroom, a client interviewing room and an integrated law library.

You can develop the practical professional skills that employers look for through activities such as mooting (a legal debate in a courtroom setting), giving free legal advice at our Law Clinic to staff and fellow students through client interviewing (under the supervision of qualified lawyers) and getting involved in our Street Law Society which aims to make legal issues more accessible to the local community.

Undergraduate courses IELTS


LLB Law (Hons)      6.5     £13,250
LLB Business Law (Hons) 6.5 £13,250
LLB Law and Criminal Justice (Hons) 6.5 £13,250
LLB Law, Human Rights and Social Justice (Hons) 6.5 £13,250
BA Business Management and Law (Joint Hons) 6.5 £13,250
BA Business Law and Economics (Joint Hons) 6.5 £13,250

*2019 undergraduate fees per year. All undergraduate law courses are 3 years in duration and start in September.

The Law LLB at DMU is recognised by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and the Bar Standards Board. The course combines academic rigour with projects that put your legal training into practice.

Postgraduate courses IELTS Fees
LLM International Business Law 6.5 £13,600
Legal Practice Course (LPC) 6.5 £10,250

Our Legal Practice course (LPC) is for those wishing to become solicitors and will provide you with the appropriate knowledge, skills and understanding of procedures and practice to embark effectively on the period of further training within a firm.

Entry criteria

Select your country to find out the academic entry requirements, or email us at

If you do not meet the IELTS requirements, or equivalent, listed on this page, you may want to consider joining a DMU pre-sessional English course to help you improve your English before you begin your studies.

How to apply

Step 1
Download a free application form. Undergraduate students can also apply via the Universities and colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) using the UCAS Institution Code: DEM/D26.

Step 2
Prepare the following documents:

  • A copy of your qualifications
  • A copy of your English language certificate  
  • A copy of your passport
  • 1 reference for undergraduate study/ 2 references for postgraduate study

Step 3
Return your application and documents to the International Admissions Office at


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You can also contact DMU's International Office at or +44 (0)116 250 60 70

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