International Social Justice LLM

UNIVERSITY OF SALFORD

International Social Justice LLM Information

Course summary

A new approach to human rights and social justice, learners study the concepts and law underpinning human rights, development, and legal empowerment; students also employ a wide range of skills, methods and techniques required to work in domestic and international social justice.

Course modules

Modules available to study are; Regulation and compliance in a globalised world; legal empowerment and social justice; methods and application of human rights and development practices; international human rights law; international political economy; treatment of vulnerable groups; climate change - law, impact, adaptation and mitigation; dissertation.

Entry requirements

Applicants with a minimum 2.2 degree in the relevant discipline are encouraged to apply; applicants with relevant experience or the ability to pursue the course successfully are welcome; for admission to course of study at the University an applicant whose native tongue is not English must possess a current qualification deemed acceptable by the University as evidence of proficiency in the English language; such a qualification must equate to a minimum average score of 6.5.

KEY INFORMATION

Qualification type

LLM

Subject areas

International Law International Studies

Course type

Taught

International Social Justice LLM Study options

STUDY MODE DURATION UK FEES INT. FEES STARTS VENUE
Distance without attendance24 months£ 1500 per module£ 1500 per module01 Sep 14
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COURSE VENUE

University Of Salford

The Crescent

Salford

Greater Manchester

M5 4WT