Posted October 06, 2019 11:03:57Students who want to get into a law school must take a £2.4 million online course before applying to the University of Oxford for a law diploma, according to the government.
The Department of Education has published details of the £2 million online programme at the start of September.
Students can now take up to five online courses in total.
The courses can be taken by people aged between 18 and 26 and by people of any age.
However, people aged over 50 must have a degree or be eligible to apply to study at a UK law school.
Some of the courses require that students have a “legal background check”.
Students can use the University’s online application portal and the UK-based Law Student Services portal to submit an application for their courses.
The courses are available for anyone from anywhere in the UK to apply for and students who have a UK address must be able to prove that they live in the country where they plan to study.
Anyone applying to study will need to be at least 21 years old.
Students are able to apply online and have their course assessed by a specialist professional before taking it.
This means they can then apply to the UK for a degree from the University if they are able.
Students who have already taken one of the UK’s six approved law degree courses, or any law degree from an approved UK law institution, will be able apply to take one of their online courses again.
This is similar to how students from outside the UK apply for law degrees from accredited UK universities.
Students must also have a personal reference.
A reference will be required if they have previously taken an approved law course or the University has confirmed they are eligible to take a UK degree.
For those who have not previously taken a law course from an accredited UK law college, the Government has established a referral service which will ensure that the student is eligible for a UK qualification.
The Government said that a “pass-through” process will be introduced for those who do not currently hold a UK legal qualification and will ensure the student has a reference for their UK qualification as well as their university’s.
Students who apply will be offered a letter of recommendation, which will help to secure a job.
Students will also be encouraged to write to the Secretary of State for Education, Universities and Science and ask him or her to recommend a university.
The new programme will not be introduced until after 2020.
The University of Edinburgh will continue to be the UK law university of choice for students from other countries.
The move follows the closure of the Law, Justice and Home Affairs departments.
The UK has a shortage of law graduates, with a shortage estimated to be as high as 10 per cent.
According to the Higher Education Funding Council for England, the shortage is largely due to the Government’s failure to invest in the law schools system.
It has also seen a sharp decline in the number of UK graduates taking law degrees, with only 20 per cent of all applicants graduating in 2020.