Over the years since its founding in 1966, Brunel University has been teaching law. Located in Uxbridge, Middlesex in UK, Brunel Law School was officially established as a self-standing Law School only in October 2006 but has become a major player in the law research landscape of the United Kingdom. Currently, it is ranked as one of UK's top law schools for research. Among its offerings are five LLM programs, as follows:
- Master of Laws (LLM)
- LLM in International Financial Regulation & Corporate Law
- LLM in International Human Rights Law
- LLM in International Commercial Law
- LLM in International Intellectual Property Law
All programs may be completed within a year if taken full-time or up to two years, part-time. All have two intakes each year, i.e., January and September. While most LLM programs at other law schools which will start in Spring have closed their applications, Brunel Law School gives LLM candidates until 1 December 2017 to submit their applications. Those who will miss this deadline may be considered on a space-availability basis or for the Spring 2018 intake.
Applicants whose native language is not English may not be able to meet the 1 December 2017 deadline unless their IELTS (at least a grade of 6.5), Pearson (grade of 58) or BrunELT (65%) test results are readily available. Those who need a UK visa to apply might also fail to meet the deadline for the January intake and simply settle for the Spring 2018 classes. Application may be done online through Brunel Law School's admissions website.