The University of Birmingham has a thriving population of more than 140 Indian students following a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses. We currently have three Indian LLM students and five LLB students studying in the Law School and look forward to building on these numbers in future years.
The UK is the home of Common Law and traditional universities such as Birmingham carry a powerful international reputation leading to enhanced job prospects.
The Law School undertakes an annual trip to India to speak to prospective students and further information about the 2013 visit will be posted here when details are available.
Many nationality groups form student societies during their time at the University of Birmingham. This is an excellent way to keep in contact with home and also provides an opportunity to highlight your culture and customs in the UK.
We have an active Indian Society at the University and you are welcome to visit their Facebook page. The page has been created by current students and it is a great way to meet other Indian students at the university.
80% average at standard XII with 75% in English (CBSE, ISCE) other state boards may require 85%, a satisfactory LNAT and an IELTS of 7.0 or equivalent.
A first class degree in a 3 or 5 year LLB programme from a recognised institution. Applications are also considered from students attaining a high upper second class degree. Students will also require an IELTS of 7.0 or equivalent.
An upper second class degree from a recognised institution in any subject area. Applications are also considered from students attaining a high upper second class degree. Applicants will also require an IELTS of 7.0 or equivalent.
Qualifying as a lawyer in India
Qualifying to practice Law in India is subject to the rules of the Bar Council of India [BCI]. The BCI requires 12 Years of school education followed by five years of higher education including a recognised LLB programme. All students then need to clear the All India Bar Examination in order to practice law in India
We asked one of our Indian alumni to tell us about his experiences at Birmingham, to view his comments please follow the link below.
We offer a range of school specific scholarships each year. For details please click on the appropriate link below.
International Office pages on India