Taught course

Procurement Law, Strategy and Practice by Distance Learning

Bangor University · Bangor Law School

Entry requirements

We welcome applications from those who have: an undergraduate degree in Law, Business, Management, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Marketing, Engineering or any other discipline); OR 3 years’ work experience in a procurement-related field (degree not necessary); OR a suitable professional qualification (e.g. MCIPS).

Months of entry


Course content

Focusing on procurement law, strategy and practice, this innovative distance learning programme will equip students with the key skills required to occupy senior level positions within public and private sector procurement. You will gain a prestigious Masters-level qualification with a specialisation in procurement law, strategy and practice, which will provide a springboard for those already working in procurement-related professions to accelerate their career progression. Those who desire to pursue a career in this area will be provided with a unique opportunity to rapidly elevate their understanding and to enter the profession at a senior level.

The programme will be delivered by the expert multi-disciplinary team at Bangor University’s internationally recognised Institute for Competition and Procurement Studies, and supplemented by expert guest masterclasses.

This course has a January start date. Delivered on a part-time, distance learning basis, this programme will appeal to candidates who wish to remain in full-time work whilst engaging in part-time study, or those who cannot physically move to the UK to engage in postgraduate study.

Information for international students

International applicants are normally required to provide evidence of English language proficiency.

Qualification and course duration


distance learning
24 months

Course contact details

Admissions Office, Bangor Law School
+44 (0)1248 382085