SQE Training for Non-Law Graduates BPP University
Our SQE Training for Non-law graduates will initially build your core foundational legal knowledge, before developing expertise in the legal practice areas that will be assessed in SQE1. It will also start to develop the portfolio of skills that are assessed in SQE2.
How you can study
Whether you opt for full or part-time, you’ll receive a set number of contact hours per week, in the form of workshops with small groups. This provides an important social and collaborative learning environment as well as valuable interaction with our professionally experienced tutors, who use their expertise to bring your studies to life. Throughout the course, there will be designated breaks for the consolidation of learning.
You can choose to study this course through face-to-face learning at our centres, or online via Online Classroom Live; our premium virtual classroom. The course is exactly the same, with the same amount of live teaching, no matter which mode you choose.
Our full-time programme is taught over 12-16 months, depending on your start date:
- January start: 12 months
- May start: 13 months
- September start: 16 months
Our part-time programme is taught over 24-29 months, depending on your start date:
- January start: 24 months
- May start: 26 months
- September start: 29 months
You will typically receive four contact hours per week. In addition to this contact time, you will be required to complete approximately 10-12 hours of independent learning per week.
External SQE assessments authorised by the Solicitors Regulation Authority
Awards achieved upon successful completion
- Those studying the SQE Training for Non-Law Graduates course will receive a Master of Laws in Law and Legal Practice (Solicitor) (awarded by BPP University)