LLB Law with German Law
On completion of the year students should have:- enhanced their knowledge of German law;- practiced and developed their linguistic skills in German, including legal German (in oral and aural proficiency, in context-sensitive communication skills, and in written language skills);- extended their knowledge of German culture and allowed them to place their study of German law within that wider context;- experienced German culture and German legal culture first hand and gained intercultural competence.
Transferable (key) skills
Students will have had the opportunity to:- Develop skills of legal analysis, reasoning and writing appropriate within the German legal system;- Learn to cope with different educational, learning and assessment styles;- Adapt to a different environment and problem solve as part of that adaptation- Reflect on cultural difference, and their own positioning with that difference- Communicate effectively in German, in both formal and informal registers
Achievement will be assessed by the host university, using their own assessment strategy. In addition, students will be assessed via a series of submitted reflections, which require them to consider issues of cultural, educational and legal difference.