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The programme was established in 1975 and is housed within the School of Psychology of the University of East London. The programme is characterised by a distinctive approach to its subject matter. Read more
The programme was established in 1975 and is housed within the School of Psychology of the University of East London. The programme is characterised by a distinctive approach to its subject matter. As well as providing teaching on the major approaches to clinical psychology theory and practice, it examines the assumptions which inform scientific activity, the problems in applying philosophies and methods from the natural sciences to human behaviour and the relationship between the philosophy of science and research activity; the programme also encourages the formulation of psychological problems within their social context.

Training at UEL is seen as a collaborative venture between the university and clinical psychologists in the North Thames region, who, in addition to supervising trainees’ clinical practice, are also closely involved in selection procedures and management of the programme. The long history of the Programme, together with a good retention rate of trainees within the region, has helped create effective working relationships with local NHS psychologists. The programme enjoys an extensive range of placement resources, particularly in specialist areas. There is an emphasis on reflexive practice and a serious commitment to equal opportunities, both in practice and in the curriculum. Trainees are actively involved in all aspects of programme organisation.

About the programme
In addition to providing teaching on the major approaches to clinical psychology theory and practice, this programme examines the assumptions which inform scientific activity, the problems in applying philosophies and methods from the natural sciences to human behaviour, and the relationship between the philosophy of science and research activity. The doctorate also encourages the formulation of psychological problems within their social context.


Programme structure
Professional doctorate programmes can be either ‘taught’ or ‘research’ in their emphasis (that is, when measured by student effort). Both have equal status and share the same learning outcomes. You should check with the relevant school to find out where the emphasis is for this particular programme.

The Programme is 3 years, full time. Approximately 50% of Programme time is spent in clinical placements; 20% on academic teaching; 20% on research and 10% on self-directed study. Placements and academic teaching run in parallel throughout the three years, following a four week induction in year 1.

Career opportunities
This doctorate will enable you to work as a qualified clinical psychologist in clinical psychology services or other settings. You could also progress to senior management in NHS services and a range of other clinical settings, or take up specialist positions in projects dealing with, for example, trauma and homelessness.

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Our architecture courses enjoy an international reputation for excellence, and for producing creative architects with hands-on, practical experience. Read more
Our architecture courses enjoy an international reputation for excellence, and for producing creative architects with hands-on, practical experience.

Under the guidance of our distinguished academic team, we will help you fulfil your artistic potential and develop your analytical skills. You will work on designs that tackle real-life issues and carry out live projects locally and internationally.

This diploma is designed to provide you with skills in landscape architecture as well as the core design and intellectual skills you will need if you decide to study for the MA Professional Landscape Architecture.

Fully accredited by the Landscape Institute, this diploma will give you a firm grounding in the best current local and international landscape practices. You will develop key professional skills in site analysis, evaluation and design as well as critical skills in contemporary landscape issues.

Based at our Docklands campus, you will benefit from and contribute to the exciting cultural life of the capital using London sites for your investigation and research.

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Energy and mineral resources is an increasingly important and complex sector. Governments, firms and citizens grapple with the legal and regulatory framework for resources extraction, the business risks, energy costs, threats of resources scarcity, environmental impacts and carbon emissions and climate change issues. Read more
Energy and mineral resources is an increasingly important and complex sector. Governments, firms and citizens grapple with the legal and regulatory framework for resources extraction, the business risks, energy costs, threats of resources scarcity, environmental impacts and carbon emissions and climate change issues. As the law, policy and practice in the energy and minerals industry and its institutional framework continue to evolve to address the competing interests in the industry, this is an exciting time to study in the field.

Our brand new LLM energy and natural resources offers a comparative and socio-legal approach to contemporary upstream and downstream oil and gas and minerals regulatory trends in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. The programme offers you the opportunity to explore within a multidisciplinary and critical framework, the legal and regulatory and institutional aspects of the energy and minerals industry and the wider economic, business, environmental and technological issues that are fundamental to energy economies and market. It is aimed at law graduates or legal professionals and graduates of other disciplines seeking to work in legal practice, government, oil firms, international organisations, NGO or other professional roles in the mining and natural resources industry or market.
Key Facts

The Programme will cover themes such as:

Oil and gas finance and international economic law
Energy transactions - law, policy and practice
International energy regulatory models and market structure
The environment, energy security and sustainability law
Natural resources and international trade law
Renewable energy and alternative energy industry
Arbitration and dispute resolution

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This programme, taught by leading academics, offers critical perspectives of human rights in international, regional and national contexts. Read more
This programme, taught by leading academics, offers critical perspectives of human rights in international, regional and national contexts. The programme promotes a human rights culture that is based on issues of colonialism, Euro-centrism, racism and sexism.

Programme structure
Students undertake four modules and a dissertation. In addition to the core modules, International Human Rights and Current Issues and Research in International Law, candidates take at least one module from the following: Law and Development, Islam and Human Rights, , International Refugee law, International Environmental Law, Law of the World Trade Organization, Minority Rights under International Law, International Criminal Law, Business and Human Rights and War and Human Rights
Candidates may choose their fourth module from any one of the above or from any other LLM module. The Dissertation must be deemed by the Dissertation committee to be in the Human Rights area.

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This programme will offer students a range of modules combining the study of international business with international law. It will be of interest to students with an interest in issues of international corporate governance. Read more
This programme will offer students a range of modules combining the study of international business with international law.

It will be of interest to students with an interest in issues of international corporate governance

It will draw on the unique and vibrant research culture in international law at UEL School of Law.

It will offer options from a wide range of fields of international law allowing students to develop their own specialization.

Programme structure
There are three core 30 credit modules, one 60 credit dissertation of 15,000 words and one optional 30 credit module. The total programme amounts to 180 credits and is available one year full-time or two years part-time. Core modules are: International Law and Business, International Corporate Governance and Current Issues and Research in International Law; one module can be selected from a comprehensive list of business and commercial law modules that include Regulation of Transnational Corporations, The Regulation of Financial Markets, The Law of the World Trade Organisation, Business and Human Rights and Economic Integration in Developing Countries.

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At a time of political tension, a growing terrorism threat, communication without borders and business globalisation, the role of international law is in the spotlight as never before. Read more
At a time of political tension, a growing terrorism threat, communication without borders and business globalisation, the role of international law is in the spotlight as never before.

On this course you will study different issues and perspectives in a historical and contemporary context, gaining an understanding of how the law and international politics and business interact and sometimes collide.

This is a research-driven course suitable for you as a graduate, whether or not you have studied law before. It’s especially relevant if you are pursuing a legal career, have a general interest in the subject or would find it useful in your chosen field.

International law – its role, significance and influence – is a fertile ground for study and you will learn about and engage in contemporary debates.

If you want to keep on working and earn while you learn, you can. All our classes take place in the evening, with lectures also made available as podcasts and posted online.

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This programme provides a critical appreciation of the new legal regime emerging between international law and criminal justice symbolised by the creation of the International Criminal Court. Read more
This programme provides a critical appreciation of the new legal regime emerging between international law and criminal justice symbolised by the creation of the International Criminal Court.
Through a strong foundation in both international law and international criminal law, the programme offers the opportunity to develop expertise in terrorism studies, international policing, international organised crime, the laws of war and armed conflict, human rights and Islamic law.

Programme structure

In addition to the two core modules, Current Issues and Research in International Law and International Criminal Law, candidates take at least one module from the following: Terrorism Studies, War and Human Rights, International Policing, International Organized Crime, Contemporary Islamic Legal Issues, law of Armed Conflict, Feminist Legal Studies. Candidates may chose another of the above or one module form any other LLM programme. . The Dissertation must be deemed by the Dissertation committee to be substantially related to the area of International Law and Criminal Justice.

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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. Read more
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.

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The areas of International law and International relations have been developed by specialists in their field who have published widely including books on the modern state, international environment, international law after September 11 2001, the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, the African Human Rights system, Islam, Human Rights and Land law. Read more
The areas of International law and International relations have been developed by specialists in their field who have published widely including books on the modern state, international environment, international law after September 11 2001, the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, the African Human Rights system, Islam, Human Rights and Land law. The teaching team comprises of staff who acted as consultants to international organizations and held visiting professor positions in the Middle East, Africa and South and South East Asia.

Programme structure

There are two core 30 credit modules, one 60 credit dissertation of 15,000 words and two optional 30 credit modules. The total programme amounts to 180 credits and is available one year full-time or two years part-time. Core modules are: Current Issues and Research in International Law and Critical International Relations; two modules can be selected from any available LLM International Law or MSc International Relations module.

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Students undertake four modules and a dissertation. There are 3 core modules. Read more
Students undertake four modules and a dissertation. There are 3 core modules: Law of the World Trade Organization, Globalization and Current Issues and Research in International Law (CIRIL).Students are required to take CIRIL and at least one of the other two; with students from a non-law background recommended to take at least the Globalization option. Candidates take one option module from the following: Transnational Corporations, Law and Development, Economic Integration in Developing Countries, International Environmental Law or International Human Rights. The Dissertation must be deemed by the Dissertation committee to be in the area of International Law and the World Economy.

Career opportunities

Graduates with an LLM in International Law and the World Economy can look to the expanding market and professional choices available in this field. A wide range of possible career paths includes specialised legal practice, work in the public sector and government, development agencies and organisations, journalism and advocacy.

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This programme offers a unique, interdisciplinary approach to legal issues in the Middle East and Islam. Read more
This programme offers a unique, interdisciplinary approach to legal issues in the Middle East and Islam. The programme is built on the work and expertise of UEL’s Law School in the areas of the Palestinian–Israeli conflict, the Iraq crisis, Islamic feminism, Islamic legal discourses and post-colonial analysis of Islamic legal history. The programme offers challenging perspectives on Islamic law, international law, human rights, democracy and pluralism in the context of critical Islamic and Middle East Studies.

Programme structure

There will be two core modules, Law and Policy in the Middle East and Current Issues and Research in International Law. Candidates then take at least one module from the following: Islam and Human Rights, Islamic Legal Cultures, Islamic Legal Theories, Feminist Legal Theories, International Human Rights, law, International Environmental Law, International Trade Law, Law of Armed conflict and International Criminal Law. Candidates may choose their second option from any one of the above or from any other LLM module.
The Dissertation must be deemed by the Dissertation committee to be substantially related to the areas of Islamic & Middle Eastern Studies.

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Students study the core module Current Issues and Research in International Law and have an unrestricted choice for the three option modules from existing… Read more
Students study the core module Current Issues and Research in International Law and have an unrestricted choice for the three option modules from existing modules such as International Refugee Law, Globalisation, International Environmental Law, Islamic Legal Theories, International Human Rights, Law of the World Trade Organisation, International Criminal Law, Regulation of Transnational Corporations, Minority Rights under International Law and Islam and Human Rights. Candidates take one core and chose three option modules and write a dissertation approved by the Dissertation committee.

Career opportunities

Graduates of this degree can look to the expanding market and professional choices available in this field. A wide range of career paths exists, including working in the legal sector, the public sector and government, developmental agencies, journalism and advocacy.

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The MA Acting offers a unique postgraduate programme to combine academic study in performance with a practice-based approach to performance. Read more
The MA Acting offers a unique postgraduate programme to combine academic study in performance with a practice-based approach to performance. In collaboration with the MA Theatre Directing programme, students will produce and perform a range of work during the MA while undergoing a professional programme in actor training. The programme is taught in the evenings and on Saturdays and is available for both full- and part-time study.

Modules include:
Actor Training
Performance Laboratory
Staging Performance
Research Methods
Dissertation/Production

The Acting Master’s programme benefits from the inclusion of a wide range of visiting practitioners – both directors and actors. In addition to giving ‘masterclasses’, these practitioners deliver some of the modules on the programme. Each year, a different theatre company acts as a mentor for the Staging Performance module taking students through the whole process of putting a production together from its inception right up to the performance.

The programme is taught in the evenings and on Saturdays and is available for both full- and part-time study.



Students will study at University Square Stratford (USS), our brand new campus in the heart of Stratford and benefit from facilities including:

State of the art performing arts spaces, with over £750,000 of brand new specialist equipment
3 performance studios, kitted out with advanced lighting rigs and AV equipment
72 person capacity Harvard Lecture Theatre with live lecture capture technology
The Weston Learning Centre, a multi media space open 24/7 in term time, where students can study, engage in group
work and take advantage of the learning facilities USS has to offer

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Whether you want to expand your field of expertise, or deepen it, this unique one-year MA Architecture and Urbanism course will enrich your knowledge and enhance your career. Read more
Whether you want to expand your field of expertise, or deepen it, this unique one-year MA Architecture and Urbanism course will enrich your knowledge and enhance your career.

The programme is aimed at architecture graduates wishing to specialise, or at those within the “built environment” – such as planners, psychologists, quantity surveyors or designers.

This is a bespoke degree in which you can take advantage of the wide range of study areas, or concentrate your energies on a specific area.

For instance, if you work as a planner, you might find the Urban Design modules most profitable. If you are a conservation officer, the range of options for Architecture and Heritage could fit the bill. If you are an architect, the Architecture and Practice specialisms could add most to your own practice.

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On this cutting-edge course, we specialise in giving our students an advanced and comprehensive understanding of the relationship between conflict, displacement and human insecurity. Read more
On this cutting-edge course, we specialise in giving our students an advanced and comprehensive understanding of the relationship between conflict, displacement and human insecurity.

We will help you to develop the skills and understanding to prepare for employment in the fields of conflict management and resolution, humanitarian assistance and displacement, human rights and development initiatives. The key aspects of your learning will be the focus on conflict and displacement. We value a people-centred approach and an emphasis on human security which combines both human rights and human development.

The course approaches development as an important security strategy and considers displacement a measure of human security. We will encourage you to adopt an independent critical approach to contemporary theories of conflict, human rights and human security.

You will work with academics involved in the latest research and have access to wide-ranging expertise in our research centres, covering human rights in conflict, social justice and change, migration, refugees and belonging and gender research.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

This course will help you to develop important skills for a key role in the area of conflict, displacement and human security.
By the time you complete it, you should have acquired advanced critical and evaluative abilities, research management skills, the ability to design and deliver substantial written reports and social research projects, and high levels of competence in library and bibliographical research.

You will also have gained skills in data collection and analysis. You will have enhanced abilities in verbal presentation, familiarity with means of dissemination and mobilising research findings, and an advanced ability to collaborate in research groups and teams.
The course provides an inter-disciplinary approach to the study of the conflict, generalised violence and social inequality in contemporary global contexts. It examines the complexities of global, regional and local structures, and the relationships to the changing character of conflict.

Your studies will focus on two core modules: Conflict; Displacement and Human Security, and Research Methods and two specialist option modules in the areas of displacement, development, human rights, global environmental politics and community development. This will prepare you to begin a dissertation during the summer term for submission in September.

YOUR FUTURE CAREER

Our course is specifically aimed at giving you the skills, knowledge and understanding for a career in the fields of conflict management and resolution, humanitarian assistance and displacement, human rights and development initiatives.

You will develop the critical thinking skills and flexibility for a role in an NGO or in a government department or agency, both in developing and developed countries.

The course will also develops your skills for further academic research in conflict, displacement, development and human rights fields, as well as in associated areas of social and political theory.

MODULES

The following are the core and optional requirements for this programme:

• Conflict, Displacement and Human Security ( Core)
• Qualitative Research Methods (Social Sciences) (Core)
• Dissertation (Core)
• Introduction to Forced Migration (Option)
• Development in the International Context (Option)
• Current Issues in Forced Migration (Option)
• Global Environmental Politics (Option)
• War and Human Rights (Option)

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