LAW

Why Study Law?

The study of Law spans the Social Sciences and Humanities and gives students an opportunity to apply intellectual understanding to practical, real life experiences. Our course covers a number of undergraduate topics and it is designed to give students an introduction to the study of Law.

Not everyone who studies Law necessarily become a lawyer, as the degree builds critical skills such as practical problem solving and abstract thinking, and our course also develops these skills. Using real life case studies as examples, students will explore the complexities of the legal system and how the law is the language by which our relationships, rights, interactions and obligations are defined.

Dates   19-23 July 2021

Times   10.00-15.00 BST daily

Location   Online

Ages   16-18 years

Fees   £795

Additional Support available

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LAW

Oxford Tutors Cambridge Tutors Online Summer School

Why Study Law?

The study of Law spans the Social Sciences and Humanities and gives students an opportunity to apply intellectual understanding to practical, real life experiences. Our course covers a number of undergraduate topics and it is designed to give students an introduction to the study of Law.

Not everyone who studies Law necessarily become a lawyer, as the degree builds critical skills such as practical problem solving and abstract thinking, and our course also develops these skills. Using real life case studies as examples, students will explore the complexities of the legal system and how the law is the language by which our relationships, rights, interactions and obligations are defined.

What will we cover?

Topics may include:

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The Role of Culture in Constitutionalism

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Law on the High Seas

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Rights, Duties and Wrongs

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The Conflicts of International and National Law

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Copyright Law in the Modern World

Oxford and Cambridge Tutors Online Summer School University Admissions
Oxford Tutors Cambridge Tutors Online Summer School

Application Guidance

Our Law course is perfect for students interested in making an application to study a top university. As well as covering core undergraduate content, we help students understand the application process and learn what they can do now in order to be prepared. In 2019-20, students who worked with Oxford Tutors to apply to study Law were 3.36 times more likely to receive an offer from Oxford and Cambridge than the average applicant.

Oxford and Cambridge Tutors have years of experience in working with students applying to study Law and Jurisprudence in the UK. Our team comprises exclusively academics from the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge with first-hand experience of what it takes to apply successfully. As well as our expert Subject Tutors, we also have an ex-Oxford University Admissions Tutor on our team, who will run a workshop with students to give insider guidance on how best to approach an application.

We cover all aspects of the application process in detail, through a range of interactive seminars and discussions. We consider the pre-application preparation required, from writing a Personal Statement to making the right choice when it comes to colleges and universities. Students will also spend time learning about the post application process, including the LNAT and Oxbridge interviews.

What is included?

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5+ hours of live Law seminars, led by our expert tutors

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5+ additional hours of live interactive teaching

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4+ hours of directed learning each day

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A one-to-one Oxbridge-style tutorial

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Live guest lecture from a leading Oxbridge Academic

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Application workshops, from personal statements to mock interviews

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Law reading list and lecture guide

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Certificate on completion of the course

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Example Timetable

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Oxford Tutors Cambridge Tutors Online Summer School

Additional Support

Included in our course fees are a range of sessions designed to help students prepare for their application to study Law at a top UK University. The entire admissions process is covered, from writing Personal Statements to strategies for approaching Admissions Tests and preparing for interviews.

Students who are applying this year may opt for additional personalised specialist support. These optional extras would being during the Summer School, and continue afterwards, to help students prepare for their upcoming application.

Please click below to find out more.

 

Personal Statement Consultation

The Personal Statement is a key part of any university application and a student’s opportunity to demonstrate their passion for their subject. We understand a Personal Statement is a long-term project and we have designed a 3-hour package which guides and supports students through the writing process.

During the Summer School, students will have an initial 1-hour consultation with a Subject Specialist to set out a plan on how to develop and strengthen their Personal Statement over the coming months. Students will also receive advice and guidance from an ex-Oxford University Admissions Officer—an expert in competitive university admissions.

Students will meet twice more with both the Subject Specialist and the Personal Statements Expert before the UCAS deadline, once they have had a chance to develop and improve their Personal Statement. This ensures that by the time our students submit their application, they are confident they have presented themselves as strongly as possible.

Admissions Tests

We have designed and produced an LNAT paper, and students may purchase a test package alongside the Summer School at a reduced rate. The test paper exactly replicates the style of the original paper, and the package comes complete with a mark scheme, full solutions and a question-by-question video walk-through. These tests cannot be found elsewhere online and are entirely unique, therefore fully replicating the Admissions Test experience for the student.

Mock Interviews

Students can also add a Mock Interview to their Summer School course. Interviews are one of the most important parts of an application and for students making an application in 2021, a baseline interview in the summer is an excellent way to prepare. A baseline interview allows students to work on their development points throughout the autumn and perhaps undertake additional Mock Interviews closer to the time to hone their skills.

Our Mock Interviews are conducted by our specialist tutors with Oxford and Cambridge interview experience. They last 45 minutes: 30 minutes for the interview, followed by 15 minutes of verbal feedback, discussing how the interview went and points for improvement. Students will also receive a detailed written report, which explains the content of the interview, assesses the student’s critical thinking and analytic skills, gives notes on their interview style and explains how they can improve next time.

Dates   19-23 July 2021

Times   10.00-15.00 BST daily

Location   Online

Ages   16-18 years

Fees   £795

Additional Support available

Book now