Postgraduate taught programmes
The Law School has one of the most diverse ranges of specialised LLM programmes available in the UK. We also offer MA, MSc, and MRes programmes as taught postgraduate degrees.
A one-year taught Masters degree in law, suitable for Law and non-Law graduates (programme dependent).
LLM programmes are available to students who have not had prior training in English common law, but it may be recommended that you take a Foundation Unit.
- LLM Commercial Law
- LLM European Legal Studies
- LLM General Legal Studies
- LLM Health, Law and Society
- LLM Human Rights Law
- LLM International Commercial Law
- LLM International Law
- LLM International Law and International Relations
- LLM Labour Law and Corporate Governance
- LLM Law and Globalisation
MA, MSc, and MRes
- MA Law
MSc Socio-Legal Studies
A one-year, disciplinary Masters degree into the study of law and legal phenomena, suitable for graduates from a wide range of disciplines (including the Arts, Social Sciences and Law) who have an interest in the way law works in society. If a student is awarded ESRC funding, they have the opportunity to further their studies into a PhD.
MRes Sustainable Futures
A one-year, multidisciplinary Masters degree into sustainability research for the maintenance of human well-being in spite of rising populations, limited natural resources and a fragile environment. The programme is suitable for graduates in a relevant social sciences or law discipline. If a student is awarded ESRC funding, they have the opportunity to further their studies into a PhD.
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Not sure what type of postgraduate programme would suit you? Find out more about taught and research programmes.