Designed for aspiring undergraduate students aged 16-18 years old, the Immerse Law summer school programme offers participants an exciting glimpse into the life of a university Law student. During the law summer programme, participants will be introduced to Law as an academic discipline while looking at the everyday reality of the current legal system of England and Wales.
For most participants, the study of Law is completely new. Secondary school curriculums rarely touch on this challenging subject, meaning the initial year of undergraduate studies can feel challenging at first. This Law summer school course serves to bridge that gap, helping students build a solid foundation of essential knowledge, theories, and concepts in a programme designed and taught by experts from some of the world’s leading universities. By the end of the summer law school programme, participants will have taken part in a comprehensive curriculum covering the essentials of constitutional, criminal, human rights, and EU law.
Outside of the classroom, learning is supported with planned activities and complementary university preparation workshops. For example, participants will leave the comfort of the lecture hall to see the law in action during a visit to the Cambridge Magistrates’ Court. Additionally, all programme participants are invited to take advantage of a series of LNAT workshops where they’ll learn how to study for the challenging Law National Aptitude Test.