LLB Marks by subject 2013: Europe (including all of Russia and excluding UK & CI)

LLB-London-logo-small The University of London has now kindly provided the information about this year’s LLB pass rates. The information includes (1) the class of degrees awarded for each of the LLB routes and schemes (2) the average examination mark for each of the LLB subjects (3) the percentage of students who failed each of the LLB subjects. Information provided in respect of requests (2) and (3) will be published by geographical region. The information in respect of requests (2) and (3) for students in Europe (including all of Russia and excluding UK & CI) is published below.

Europe 2013

Subject Number of candidates Average mark Percentage of candidates with a mark below 40% ('fail')
Administrative Law * 62.0 *
Commercial Law 17 50.8 0%
Common Law Reasoning and Institutions 131 35.0 53%
Company Law 16 48.3 19%
Conflict of Laws * 37.0 *
Criminal Law 128 37.2 45%
Criminology * 42.0 *
Elements of the Law of Contract 133 33.4 50%
EU Law 45 54.4 4%
Evidence * 52.0 *
Family Law 5 37.2 60%
History of English Law * 54.0 *
Intellectual Property 11 47.9 18%
International Protection of Human Rights 7 45.6 14%
Jurisprudence & Legal Theory 18 51.9 6%
Labour Law * 70.0 *
Land Law 71 39.3 45%
Law of Tort 55 42.5 38%
Law of Trusts 62 40.5 44%
Laws Dissertation * 59.7 *
Public International Law * 56.8 *
Public Law 84 33.9 54%

* Where low numbers (fewer than 5 students) risk the identification of individual examination marks, this information is exempt under Section 40 (2) of the Freedom of Information Act.

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