Top 10 LLMs in Medical Law in the UK & Europe

An LLM covering Medical Law can be in pure Medical Law or in Health Care Law or in Health and Human Rights Law.

Here is our round up of ten of the best LLM programs in Medical Law available to study in the UK and Europe.* 

LLM specialisation in Law, Medicine and Life Sciences – University of Cambridge 

Cost: £26,115 for UK and EU students; £38,375 for international students. 
What You Will Study: This course at the University of Cambridge covers the difficult choices that society has to make regarding healthcare such as who should pay for medical mistakes or what does consent really mean? This LLM program takes nine months on a full-time basis to complete. 

LLM in Medical Law and Ethics – University of Edinburgh 

Cost: £19,500 total fees for all online students; £11,500 total fees for on-campus UK and EU students; £20,500 total fees for on-campus international students. 
What You Will Study: Students can choose to study this LLM either online or on-campus. Students from a variety of career backgrounds study the current and changing issues surrounding the provision of healthcare. The course at the University of Edinburgh takes one year on a full-time basis or up to three years on a part-time basis. 

LLM in Medical Law – Queen Mary University of London 

Cost: £14,250 total fees for UK and EU students; £20,700 total fees for international students. 
What You Will Study: Students at QMUL can complete this course in one year full time or in two years part time. Modules include Medical Jurisprudence, Mental Health Law and EU Healthcare Law Rights. 

LLM in Healthcare Ethics and Law – University of Manchester 

Cost: £9,500 for all UK and EU students; £18,000 for all international students. 
What You Will Study: Covering the diverse legal issues surrounding Medical Law, students at the University of Manchester can complete this Master of Laws in one year on a full-time basis or two years on a part-time basis. Students who demonstrate exceptional previous experience and understanding can access this course without an undergraduate degree. 

LLM – University of Birmingham 

Cost: £9,000 total cost for UK and EU students; £17,010 total cost for international students. 
What You Will Study: Students on the General LLM at the University of Birmingham can study a module on Human Rights and Health Care Law which explores modern Medical Law issues. This module combined with a dissertation on a topic of the student's choice allows students to gain an understanding of Medical Law. The course takes one year full time or two years part time to complete. 

LLM in Health, Law and Society – University of Bristol 

Cost: £8,600 for all UK and EU students; £17,100 for all international students. 
What You Will Study: This LLM program at the University of Bristol is studied in one year on a full-time basis or in two years on a part-time basis. It explores areas in Medical Law such as the involvement of government in public health and impact of ill health on society. 

LLM in Legal Aspects of Medical Practice – Cardiff University 

Cost: £6,350 for UK and EU students; £8,325 for international students. 
What You Will Study: Students complete this course at Cardiff University on a part-time distance learning basis and takes two years to complete. The course focuses on the increasingly complex issues surrounding Medical Law and how this impacts the NHS in the UK. 

LLM in Medical and Human Rights Law – University College Cork 

Cost: €7,000 for Irish and EU students; €17,000 for international students. 
What You Will Study: This course at University College Cork in Ireland covers the implications of changes to Medical Law and policy and is completed in one year full time or in two years part time. 

LLM – University of Antwerp 

Cost: €5,530 total cost all students. 
What You Will Study: Students complete this General LLM at the University of Antwerp in Belgium in two years on a full-time basis. The course has an international focus and modules include International and European Health Law course conducted in English. 

LLM in Medical Law and Ethics – University of Kent 

Cost: £7,460 total cost for UK and EU students; £15,200 total cost for international students. 
What You Will Study: This LLM program at the University of Kent takes one year on a full-time basis or two years on a part-time basis. Students cover issues surrounding Medical Law and students develop their understanding of the practical context of Medical Law.

*SOURCE: Top Universities – Law & Legal Studies

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