An upper second class (2:1) degree or non-UK equivalent.
Months of entry
Law and Social Justice is an interdisciplinary programme designed for those who are already practitioners or aspire to become a practitioner in the field of law or areas such as the NHS, social services and beyond.
This course allows you to advance your knowledge and understanding of concepts, policies and practices at the forefront of the contemporary understanding of law and social justice. You will learn in an interdisciplinary setting with the expertise of the School of Law and the School of Sociology and Social Policy.
Throughout the course we will encourage you to:
- examine critical issues in law and social justice
- develop strong critical and analytical thinking, oral presentation and writing skills
- contribute to seminar discussions to critically evaluate issues relating to equal treatment, privilege, prejudice and the fair distribution of resources.
Fees and funding
The School of Law offers a number of partial fee scholarships. See the website for further details.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- School of Law Postgraduate Admissions Office