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LLM - Master of Laws
Studying a Master of Laws (LLM) could give you an advantage in an increasingly competitive market, by developing your knowledge in a specialised area of law.
Qualification you'll receive
Master of Laws in chosen specialism (awarded by BPP University).
Our Master of Laws (LLM) offers a unique experience and education for professionals needing highly relevant expertise in key areas of law, along with practice of particular relevance to the modern financial and business world. You can select from our specialist legal electives to build your own LLM. With flexible full-time and part-time study options, you can undertake an LLM at any time in your academic or professional career.
What will you learn on the Master of Laws (LLM)?
The Master of Laws is delivered by a range of international experts and guest lecturers, from leading academics, researchers, judges, officials and practitioners from various legal systems. In addition, each LLM specialism is led by professional lawyers with extensive knowledge and practical experience in that subject area. Their experience gives you valuable insight into the legal system, helping you to not only apply theory to practice but also network and connect with those in practice.
Assessments and examinations
The programme features a variety of assessments including coursework and examinations. Coursework is in the form of essays, reports or case studies, while group or individual presentations may be required to assess other competencies. Examinations will be with written elements or multiple-choice questions and maybe unseen or part-seen, where assessment material is released in advance.
BPP University offers flexibility in how these assessments are undertaken, and the programmes will utilise online tools where available to deliver assessments. On occasion, some assessments may require attendance at a physical location.
For this course (per year)
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The entry requirements to study the Master of Laws (LLM) at BPP University Law School are as follows: Law degree (including criminology and criminal justice studies) (minimum 2.2); or A degree with some legal/regulatory content and relevance to the programme (minimum 2.2); or Non-law degree (minimum 2.2) and a pass in the GDL or CPE; or Non-law degree (minimum 2.2) and appropriate/relevant professional experience; or Non-graduates with appropriate professional experience will also be considered.