Located in the heart of London and consistently ranked among the top ten universities in the world, the University College London (UCL) is a wise choice for postgraduate education. Its Law School currently offers the following LLM programs, applications to which are on-going:
- Master of Laws (LLM)
- LLM in Comparative Law
- LLM in Competition Law
- LLM in Corporate Law
- LLM in Criminal Justice, Family & Social Welfare
UCL students can be proud of its rich heritage. Established in 1826, it was England's first university to accept students regardless of religion and the first to welcome women on equal terms with men. Today, UCL is one of UK's leading multidisciplinary university having over 38,000 students hailing from over 150 countries.
The LLM programs at UCL have a September intake and may be completed within 1 year full-time or 2 to 5 years part-time. UCL is quite strict with its deadlines and aspiring LLM students are encouraged to apply as early as possible. This is especially important for those who are seeking funding and those who need visas.
The deadline of applications for the September 2018 intake is 1 June 2018. Applications may still be considered after the deadline based on availability of space. The following application fees for 2018/2019 programs are as follows:
- £14,790 - full-time UK or EU students
- £7,550 - part-time UK or EU students
- £21,440 - full-time international students
- £11,030 - part-time international students
The LLM programs are open to holders of a UK law degree with upper second-class honors and evidence of capacity to succeed in the LLM program, or its overseas equivalent qualifications. Applicants without a prior law degree may be considered only if they have an upper second-class UK Bachelor's degree or it overseas equivalent. Those with a Graduate Diploma in Law (Common Professional Examination) accompanied by a good Commendation/Merit award may also be eligible.