University of GlasgowThe University of Glasgow was first established in 1451 and is one of the oldest and most prestigious educational institutions in the UK. It is consistently named one of the top 100 universities in the world and one of the top-ranked Scottish Universities by various publications.
Scotland itself is well-known for its historic castles, lovely scenery, dynamic cities, warm hospitality and its traditions. Glasgow is the business capital of Scotland and is its largest city.
The University is located in the western part of the city of Glasgow and is situated at the center of one of the most cosmopolitan destinations in Europe.
The law school
The Glasgow School of Law has a long and storied history. It is consistently rated as one of Scotland's leading law schools, with more than 1,000 students attending.
The Glasgow School of Law has received excellent ratings for its research and its approaches to teaching.
The School itself is located in the historic Stair Building, in the middle of the University's Gilmorehill campus. All members of the law school staff have offices in the Stair Building.
Home and EU Students: £4,250
International Students (non-EU): £10,750
Home and EU Students: £2,125
Entry requirements for the LLM at Glasgow School of Law consist of:
A good first degree in Law. Upper second class (2:1) or equivalent OR a good first degree in which 50% of the credits are in law
Where law has not been studied for the first degree, the school may consider professional examinations and relevant work experience.
Applicants must demonstrate proficiency in English. Once admitted, students may be required to take a language class as part of their programme.
The LLM programme is either 1 year (full-time) or 2 years (part-time).
The Master of Laws (LLM) degree at Glasgow School of Law is a taught masters programme, made up of teaching, assessment and a dissertation. Class sizes are limited to 25 students per class.
Students take four courses, each of which run over two semesters. Three must come from the courses available on the chosen LLM. In the summer period, students are required to write a 15,000 - 20,000 word dissertation under supervision.
There are five LLM programmes available:
LLM in Corporate and Financial Law
LLM in International Law
LLM in International Commercial Law
LLM in International Competition Law and Policy