Taught course

International Law, Globalisation and Development

Oxford Brookes University · School of Law

Entry requirements

Students will normally be required to have (or to be expecting) a good honours degree, or an equivalent degree awarded by a university outside the United Kingdom. The degree may be in Law or in a related discipline. We welcome applications from both non-Law graduates and work experience-based candidates.

Months of entry


Course content

The LLM in International Law, Globalisation and Development provides the opportunity to study the history, theories and application of the concepts of development and globalisation under international law. The course covers contemporary topics such as foreign investment, food security, the right to development and self-determination, post-conflict and transitional countries, and conflicts over energy and resources. Its contemporary and global perspective is ideally suited to students from a law, history, politic, business, economics or other social sciences background.

As well as the LLM in International Law, Globalisation and Development, we offer four other specialised LLM courses: International Trade and Commercial Law, International Economic Law, International Human Rights Law, and International Law.

Qualification and course duration


part time
24 months
full time
12 months


part time
18 months
full time
9 months


full time
9 months
part time
18 months

Course contact details

Programme Administrator
+44 (0) 1865 484931