Nottingham Trent UniversityNottingham Trent University was ranked 1st amongst universities for its environmental commitment by the 2009 Green League.
Nottingham has 24,000 students and is investing £130 million across its three campuses to create a stimulating learning environment.
With nearly 95% of students in employment or further study six months after graduating, Nottingham is a leading UK university for employability.
Nottingham is conveniently located with easy accessibility to public transportation.
The law school
One of the largest university Law schools in the UK, Nottingham Law School at Nottingham Trent University has over 100 full-time lecturers and 2,800 students.
NLS has a reputation for innovation, delivering the highest standards of legal training and education in the UK unparalleled by other law schools.
NLS offers the only MBA in Legal Practice of its kind in the world, as well as a wide range of LLMs, both academic and professional.
In addition, the school recognises that flexible study is increasingly important, offering full-time, part-time and distance learning programs.
For the 2010/2011 term: Home/EU students:
Full-time fees: £4,000
Part-time fees: £2,000 (per year)
Full-time fees: £9,250
Part-time fees: £4,625
The University will award you 90 credit points towards the 180 credits required for the LLM degree, after successful conclusion of Nottingham Law School's LPC or BPTC.
Applicants who have not fulfilled their LPC or BPTC with Nottingham Law School can take this requirement, but should contact NLS in advance as you may need to complete additional elements or provide verification of learning.
For many years Nottingham Law School has been in the forefront in the field of various practice Masters programs.
Now it is possible to take credits from the completion of the LPC or BPTC (formerly the BVC-Bar Vocational Course) and add them to further activity to be eligible for the award of an LLM in Professional Practice.