The Bachelor in Law programme is one of the undergraduate degrees with the most professional outlets. This is because every situation in day-to-day life has one or more laws affecting or regulating it. Consequently, upon completing the Bachelor in Law programme, you’ll be able to work independently, for law firms or for companies, enabling a multitude of life experiences, specialisations and professional pursuits.
In general terms, lawyers advise their clients regarding the fulfilment of laws and defend their interests in conflicts. Lawyers exercise their profession independently or as part of a team in a law firm. Lawyers also have an advantage if they want to sit various official exams: To become judges to hear cases or as notary publics to attest and certify contracts and wills. The Bachelor in Law programme is also ideal if you want a diplomatic or political career.