Our Postgraduate Open Day is an opportunity to learn more about the University and our programmes, and to meet our staff and current students.
Select your programme and preferred start date to begin your application.
Where available, individual programme fees are linked above. For details information on fee status, policies and payment see:
£100 for the LLM (R) and PhD programmes.
To study at postgraduate level you should have a first degree in an appropriate subject or relevant qualifications and experience.
Confirm with the School to find out whether there are specific entry requirements for this programme.
Check whether your international qualifications meet our general entry requirements:
If English is not your first language, you must have one of the following qualifications as evidence of your spoken and written English.
Find out more about our language requirements:
Find out more about the general application process for postgraduate programmes:
Research is central to the Law School's activities, with our staff actively engaged in research across a wide range of legal and socio-legal areas.
Rated a 4* in the UK's 2008 Research Assessment Exercise, the Law School has a strong international reputation for high-quality research.
As you will see from our website, our academic staff produce numerous books, articles and other scholarly publications.
Our research expertise informs our programmes of teaching and learning, meaning that students learn in a research-active environment, at an institution with a strong research reputation, and on programmes designed to lead them into exploring the key research issues in each field.
The School's research students form an important part of our academic community and are engaged in cutting-edge research in their respective fields.
Our School of Law research centres include:
Research training courses are offered to all research students.
We have dedicated facilities for research students and can provide supervision leading to LLM (R) degrees, which include:
We also offer supervision for PhD (minimum three years) degrees in any of the Law School's areas of study.
This article was published on Aug 27, 2014