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  Construction Law LLM/PgDip/PgCert

Online University of Strathclyde    Department of Law

Full time & Part time September, January PGCert, LLM, PGDip LLM: 12 months full-time, 24 months part-time PgDip: 9 months full-time, 18 months part-time PgCert: 8 months part-time
Architecture, Building & Planning (3) Law (22)

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Are you a construction professional looking to enhance your legal knowledge or a lawyer wanting to gain expertise in construction projects? Look no further than our Construction Law LLM/PgDip/PgCert programme. This flexible course offers both in-person and online options, allowing you to learn at your own pace. With a focus on the legal framework and processes involved in major construction projects, you'll gain a deeper understanding of the industry. No law degree? No problem! Our programme welcomes applicants from related disciplines, offering suitable professional qualifications and experience. Take advantage of our extensive library resources and networking opportunities with industry professionals. Start building your future today!

About the course

The course is designed for both construction professionals and lawyers. Construction professionals will learn about the legal framework to the construction industry and engage on the legal processes involved in major construction projects, from commissioning to completion.

Lawyers will gain a greater understanding of the processes and management of construction projects, as well as in-depth legal expertise relating to such projects.

Construction Law offers both an in-person and online version, with both versions offering the same content, with a mix of pre-recorded and live online lectures available. Students will also have access to a wide range of electronic information sources.

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Entry Requirements

First- or upper second-class Honours degree, or overseas equivalent, in a related discipline. Where an applicant has a lower second-class Honours degree in a relevant discipline, admission may be possible with suitable professional qualifications and/or considerable appropriate experience.

Please note: a Law degree is not a prerequisite for entry to this course.

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