The University of Bristol (UoB) belongs to the top 5 universities according to Research Excellence Framework's 2014 survey. Its law school ranked among the top 10 in the country based on The Times' 2016 ranking. With Bristol Law's rich and long heritage of being one of UK's best, you can't go wrong if you decide to take your LLM degree at UoB.
As an LLM student at UoB, you will be empowered, inspired and challenged by a team of highly distinguished legal scholars and mentors. A prominent legal career is yours for the talking upon completion of UoB Law School's rigorous LLM curriculum. The following LLM programmes are available for prospective students:
- LLM in Commercial Law
- LLM in General Legal Studies
- LLM in Public Law
- LLM in European Legal Studies
- LLM in Human Rights Law
- LLM in Law & Globalisation
- LLM in International Law
- LLM in International Commercial Law
- LLM in International Law & International Relations
- LLM in Labour Law & Corporate Governance
- MSc in Socio-Legal Studies
- MA Law
This year, UoB Law added another programme in its current roster, an LLM in Health, Law and Society. This degree goes beyond the normal healthcare courses and examines the relationship between health, law and governance across governments and society.
All the LLM programmes may be taken full-time for one year or part-time for 2 years. Each course starts in September of each year. Tuition fees are £8,200 annually for UK and EU students and £16,300 for international students. Applications for LLM classes in 2018 start October 2017.