University of Edinburgh
LLM in Law
LLM in Law
To be effective on the international stage, legal professionals, business people and policymakers need to understand different legal cultures and ways of operating and communicating within alternative business contexts and regulatory frameworks. This programme provides an ideal learning environment for such individuals to develop the skills and knowledge upon which further study or a relevant career can be built.
The programme offers breadth and flexibility, enabling you to choose modules that best reflect your personal and professional interests, without specialising in one area of law.
It provides an ideal learning environment for you to develop the skills and knowledge upon which further study or a relevant career can be built.
The programme spans foundational issues in areas of law, including:
• Commercial law
• Information technology law
• Intellectual property law
• Medical law
Having studied the programme, you will emerge with an understanding of legal issues not just in the legal context, but with a sound grounding in ethics, social and theoretical contexts.
Accreditation:The University of Edinburgh and the Edinburgh Law School is an Internationally recognised Higher Education institution accredited to provide advanced education. It should be noted that a postgraduate masters degree in Law from the University of Edinburgh does not qualify for entry into the Scottish (or other country's) Legal Practice. Advice from your local Bar Association or Law Society should be sought if you wish to pursue legal practice in your country of domicile.
Facts & Figures
Financial Aid: Yes
Out State Tuition (per year): "The tuition fee for International students on this programme for 2017 entry is: Full-time (over 1 year) £18,400 Part-time (over 2 years) £9,200 Part-time (over 3 years) £6,135 Please note these fees are subject to annual increases."
Classification: Higher Education Institution (Not Carnegie Classified)
Locale: Midsize City