Jan. 13, 2020
UCL Laws announces 10-month LLM for students joining from 2020/21 academic year
UCL Laws has launched a 10-month LLM (Master of Laws) program for students starting their studies in the academic year 2020/21.
The new 10-month/42-week LLM program will enable the students to graduate in July 2021 and then be able to return to their previous career commitments or apply for summer legal internships for an ideal stepping stone to their future career in law.
The decision to shorten the duration of the LLM was made after extensive consultation with UCL Laws alumni and leading law firms, this consultation led UCL Laws to conclude that a more intensive method of teaching would be extremely beneficial to LLM students. The course will now require students to study three taught modules of 45 credits each which will allow them the opportunity for greater depth of study in their chosen areas.
Faculty Director of Education and UCL Laws Vice Dean (Education), Olga Thomas, explains, “UCL Laws is leading the way in reforming our LLM to ensure our students receive the very best legal education that prepares them for their future careers.”
Find out more about the LLM at UCL Laws.
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Conted added on 13th January 2020.
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