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We've been helping students find the right postgraduate course for over a decade.
Study this world-class LLM anywhere in the world. We welcome candidates of all backgrounds and give you the flexibility to fit your learning around your other commitments.
With more than 30 specialisations and 60 courses, you can build a broad range of skills or specialise in a specific field, such as public law for government or human rights law for NGOs.
Boost your career with a prestigious degree that will provide you with many of the key attributes valued by law firms.
The University of London LLM is an internationally recognised postgraduate law degree.
The programme is developed by Department of Law at Queen Mary University of London and the Faculty of Laws at UCL, which have outstanding reputations.
These schools plan the structure and course content, develop your study materials, set the examination papers, and mark your scripts.
The course can be studied online anywhere in the world, with support from a Virtual Learning Environment and academic staff.
Your study materials include a handbook, study guides, e-resources (including video-casts, online tutorials, and revision tutorials), and past exam papers, which will help you to prepare for assessments.
You can sit your exams at hundreds of approved centres around the world, so you don’t have to come to London.
This programme provides career advancement opportunities for both law graduates and non-law graduates.
Many students choose our programme to gain expertise in a specialised field of law. Law firms welcome our LLM graduates because of the confidence they have in our qualifications.
Non-law graduates can gain expertise in specific areas of law that may suit their current field or profession. The choice of courses should appeal to a large pool of industries.
Our entry requirements can be met with a wide variety of qualifications from around the world. We also consider relevant work experience.
Even if you are not qualified for direct entry onto the Masters you may well be qualified to enter the Masters programme via the postgraduate certificate or postgraduate diploma in law.
You can apply at any time, though we recommend that you register by certain points of the year if you wish to sit exams at the first opportunity.