Sept 2017 UK/EU/Full-time £9,660 Sept 2017 International £12,480
07 December 2016
The programme is one year full-time or two years part-time. Two modules are taught in each of two semesters for full-time students and one module in each of four semesters for part-time students. The dissertation will be researched and written during the summer period between semesters (June-September). The programme will consist of four taught modules and a dissertation. Two of the taught modules will be core and required: Current Issues and Research in International Law and the Regulation of Financial Markets. The other two modules will be options. One module will be chosen from a list of international law modules and another from a list of financial and economic law modules. Each module is rated at 30 credits. The dissertation is rated at 60 credits.
Career opportunities Graduates with a specialisation in LLM International Law and Financial Markets will have a good background for work in the financial sector of the legal profession, in financial institutions, business, the public services and NGOs.