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A 2:2 or above in a relevant subject (a relevant subject would include all social science, humanities and business and management programmes).
Non-law graduates will be required to successfully complete a two-week Introduction to Law course before the start of Semester 1.
Months of entry
Our Master of Laws (LLM) programme gives you an in-depth knowledge of law in its international context. You’ll evaluate research and advanced scholarship in areas of legal study such as jurisprudence legal theory, human rights and international law.
With a range of optional modules available alongside the core curriculum, you’ll be able to tailor the programme to your areas of academic interest and your career aspirations.
You’ll learn from School of Law academics with significant research expertise and international legal experience in areas including:
- social justice
- criminal law
- human rights
- energy and environment
- competition law
- intellectual property
You do not need to have studied law at undergraduate level to take the LLM in International Legal Studies. If you have not previously studied law, you will take a two-week Introduction to Law course before the start of the programme to ensure you are familiar with the basic legal institutions and sources.
In addition to providing specialist legal knowledge, the LLM will equip you with abilities valued in any profession, such as research, analytical and communication skills. The programme also gives you an insight into how international law shapes global society, and how we operate within it. This means you’ll be equipped to explore a broad range of career opportunities once you graduate.
Qualification, course duration and attendance options
- full time12 months
- Campus-based learningis available for this qualification
Course contact details
- Postgraduate Admissions