Taught course

LLM (Trans-national Criminal Justice)

BPP University · BPP Law School

Entry requirements

To apply for the BPP University LLM (Trans-national Criminal Justice) Law you must meet the following minimum admissions requirements: You should hold an equivalent to: Minimum 2.2 law degree Minimum 2.2 degree in law and another subject Minimum 2.2 non-law degree and a pass in the GDL or CPE Minimum 2.2 non-law degree and appropriate/relevant professional experience Non-graduates with appropriate professional experience will also be considered

Months of entry

January, September, May

Course content

Our LLM (Transnational Criminal Justice) programme gives you the opportunity to develop a deep understanding and practical skills on how the law deals with the prevention, control and interdiction of transnational crime.

The BPP University LLM in Transnational Criminal Justice is designed for law, criminology and justice graduates, those working in law enforcement and regulation and practicing lawyers. It gives you an advantage in an increasingly competitive market, by providing you with a practical and relevant knowledge of key issues in trans-national criminal law.

Information for international students

•If your first language is not English you should have a minimum of IELTS (min. 6.5) or equivalent For more information: Tel: +44 (0)207 430 7065 Email: internationaladmissions@bpp.com

Fees and funding

Your studies are a smart investment so we want to give you every opportunity to use your money wisely.
We offer flexible payment options so you can spread the cost of your studies. This allows you to concentrate on your education without worrying about paying for it all upfront.
You can find out more about this by visiting: bppuniversity.ac.uk/studentfinance
Other funding options
For those who need it, BPP University’s Student Services support team can also provide funding information and assistance. This includes information on other options open to you, such as bursaries and grants from professional bodies, charities, employers and other institutions that give financial support. For instance, funding may be available through scholarships or interest-free payment plans. If you do not qualify for one of these options you may still be able to apply for funding via Future Finance student loans.
Further details of eligibility requirements, interest rates and other key terms of the Future Finance loan are available by visiting the Future Finance website at: futurefinance.com/uk. BPP University Limited acts as a credit broker and is not a lender for this arrangement.
We have a wide range of scholarships available across our law programmes. To find out more about the scholarships please visit:bppuniversity.ac.uk/scholarships

Qualification and course duration


part time
24 months
full time
12 months


AssessmentWhat kind of work will I be doing? (proportionally)
Written/ formal examinations47
Dissertation33 (10000 words)
Memorandum of advice20

Course contact details

03300 370 642