Exeter Law School (Cornwall Campus) / Skol an Lagha Karesk

Law degrees in Cornwall form part of a portfolio of programmes available at our world-class Exeter Law School. Our collaboration with the University of Exeter Business School is unique to the Penryn Campus. Our modules in Environmental law, Commercial law and Access to Justice are available to undergraduate students across Campus, creating a learning environment which respects and benefits from such a diverse cohort of learners.

We are committed to creating a diverse and thriving student community. We believe that this is achieved by providing a supportive learning environment, which nurtures talent through-out your time with us. In addition, in Cornwall, students will benefit from a bespoke learning experience with intentionally low student-staff ratios and an unrivalled commitment to excellence in teaching.

Our Penryn Campus offers a welcoming atmosphere where it’s easy to make new friends and where staff and students know each other well. The stunning campus buildings offer the very best in learning and teaching facilities, with lecture theatres and seminar rooms equipped with the latest technologies. The campus is shared with the University of Falmouth, which creates a vibrant mixture of students from science, engineering, humanities and arts backgrounds, both on campus and in the local area.

  • Now in the Top 80 for Law in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2019 
  • High quality education in a small, friendly campus
  • The LLB Law with Business includes practical experience of law through clinical work
  • Working in partnership with law firms to develop skills and improve opportunities for our students
  • Inter-disciplinary law modules unique to Cornwall Campuses

Professor Richard Moorhead, Head of the Exeter Law School, on our new Law and Business programmes:

“The thing that really excites me about these programmes is that they blend together law and business in ways which encourage students to learn how law influences business and business influences law. These students will be better equipped to understand how law and business work, but also how business and law can work together better. The emphasis on content, skills, and collaboration that runs through the course is potentially powerful and transformative. And it has attracted an exceptionally diverse and talented cohort of students, well beyond our expectations for Year 1.”