Kent Law School adds two new programmes to its portfolio of International LLM degrees
Kent Law School now offers 13 taught LLM programmes after recently adding an LLM in International Criminal Justice, and an Erasmus LLM which enables students to study at both Kent and at a European partner during the one year programme.
Rated as the sixth best law school in the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise, Kent is known as a leading critical law school, with teaching and research grounded in a philosophy which places the law within a wider political, social and economic context.
Kent is one of the most international law schools in the UK, with students and staff drawn from around the world. All of the LLM degrees at Kent have an international and comparative focus, as do the legal research centres at Kent (such as the Centre for Critical International Law) in which postgraduate students are often involved.
Mindful of its international student base, Kent offers a variety of taught and research scholarships, some of which cover the full cost of tuition fees.