University of London LLM Programme

The course offers a learning experience characterised by a challenging timetable of autonomous study, highly participative round-table seminars, and a corresponding regime of close individual or small-group interaction with teachers.

University of London LLM Programme

Legal practice is continually developing and evolving as a result of a global structure that is itself experiencing rapid cultural and social changes and advances. Whilst studying for a Master’s Degree from the University of London, you’ll come across, examine and experience real-world samples and illustrations to develop and enhance your understanding of how this revolution is mirrored in financial, banking and corporate practices and the way that we do business, as well gain an in depth knowledge of the legal structures that govern their day to day working and which is used to regulate them. The University of London is known for its world class gold standard degrees and the Department of Law is well known both for its interdisciplinary approaches to legal scholarship and its contextual approach to legal study. With a graduate degree from the University of London you will be in an admirable position to pursue your career goals, and it will assist you to actively realise your ambitions and aspirations. If you’re a lawyer wishing to enhance your understanding of law and legal systems without taking a career break you can do so by joining one of these disciplines offered at our Institute.

Entrance Requirements for LLM

Structure & Eligibility

We accept a range of qualifications from around the world: 



Your entry point is just your starting point in the Postgraduate Laws Programmes. Irrespective of your entry point, you can be awarded the PGCert, the PGDip, the LLM, or all three, provided that you complete your study within five years.


For the LLM entry point, you normally need one of the following:

1.       A Bachelor of Laws (LLB) with second-class honours from the University of London.

2.       A second-class bachelor’s degree (or equivalent), where at least half the units are in law-related subjects.

3.       A pass in the Bar Vocational Course (BVC) of England and Wales, or the Qualifying Exam of the Solicitors’ Regulation Authority of England (or corresponding exams in Scotland or Northern Ireland), plus a second-class bachelor’s degree (or equivalent).

4.       The Common Professional Examination or a Graduate Diploma in Law, plus a second-class bachelor’s degree (or equivalent).


5.       You are qualified as a solicitor or barrister in England or Wales or the equivalent elsewhere.


Term to apply for the LLM





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