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The entry requirements for admission are:
- An accredited UK Honours degree with minimum 2.2 classification or international equivalent qualificaiton. Some professional qualifications at UK Level 6 may also be considered. Extensive professional experience may be considered in very exceptional cases.
- Official transcripts from all universities, colleges and other post-secondary educational institutions attended.
- English Proficiency: Students satisfy the English proficiency requirements provided their Bachelor degree was UK taught, OR if they present a GCSE score with a minimum grade of “C” or IELTS (Academic) with an overall score of at least 6.0 (and no individual component lower than 5.5) or equivalent qualification.
- Personal Statement (minimum 500 words) explaining how the programme of study will benefit the student’s career progression.
- Up to date CV
- Two references (academic or professional) listed on CV stating referee’s full name, contact details, and relationship to the applicant.
Applications from non-standard applicants are welcome and will be considered individually.
* Entry requirements may vary depending on the programme of study.
Months of entry
January, March, May, July, September, November
General Programme Aims:
This programme is designed to give you the opportunity to:
· Enhance your capability to find rewarding, satisfying and productive employment.
· Provide you with a relevant, interesting and stimulating learning experience.
· Engender a lifelong learning attitude that will enhance employment opportunities, future career development and further study
Overall learning Outcomes
· Develop an advanced understanding of law in a variety of contexts.
· Critically engage with the major theoretical debates on the role of law in a given field.
· Display the ability to deal with different types of legal systems and laws.
· Apply critical and contextual approaches across a wide variety of subject matter.
· Develop the ability to analyse, articulate and write on the subject, by linking previous or current experience with an academic inquiry, particularly via a dissertation or an extended work-based LLM project.
o Ability to command key areas of legal discourse and doctrine
o Ability to understand the working of key national and/or international socio-political
o structures and institutions.
o Develop expertise by linking previous or current experience with current scholarship and
o legal debates, particularly via the dissertation or work-based LLM project.
2. Thinking skills
o Ability to engage with principal debates in specific areas of law.
o Awareness of the contribution of non-legal legal disciplines to legal study.
o Understanding of important debates within given areas of legal doctrine.
Fees and funding
Government funding and student loans:
There are various opportunities for government funding and student loans which you may be eligible to apply for. For more information you may visit:
Qualification, course duration and attendance options
- part time24-48 months
- Online learningis available for this qualification
Course contact details
- Applicant Enquiries