Prospective LLM students who want to take their LLM degrees as soon as possible may still consider the LLM program offered by the University of Hertfordshire School of Law. The next LLM class at the Law School starts 20 January 2018. Applications for both full-time and part-time programs will be considered until all slots are filled. Submissions can be made through the Law School’s website or UCAS.
The University of Hertfordshire is an excellent choice for students. It is ranked 21 out of 125 universities in the UK, with 92.2% of its graduates employed or taking further education within six months of graduation. Its Law School has recently built a £10 million Law Court Building on its de Havilland campus and is now home to a state-of-the-art courtroom and Mediation Centre.
The Master of Laws program of Hertfordshire Law School has two intakes: January and September. Those who miss the January 2018 deadline can still apply for the Fall 2018 intake, applications for which are also ongoing. The LLM program is open to those with a prior law degree or those with a degree in related fields, e.g. Political Science, Business or International Relations.
Students of the LLM program have the option of taking a specialized field of concentrations from any of the following:
- Commercial Law
- Maritime Law
- International Law
- E-Commerce Law
- Commercial Dispute Law
- Intellectual Property Law
- International Financial Law
Those who prefer to take their LLM degrees by 2019 may already submit their applications as the Law School is also accepting them, either directly or via the UCAS.