LLM Applicants at the University of Glasgow Can Again Submit Online Starting February 14

LLM Applicants at the University of Glasgow Can Again Submit Online Starting February 14

After a scheduled maintenance, applications to the different LLM programs at the University of Glasgow School of Law will again be accepted through its Online Application and Applicant Self-Service webpage starting February 14. The University caters for legal professionals and law graduates worldwide, equipping them with the legal skills and education needed in today's competitive legal market, particularly through its LLM programs.

A general LLM in Law program gives students their much needed flexibility to structure their pathway according to their career goals. Besides this general LLM, the School of Law also offers seven other specialized LLM programs as follows:

All programs have a September 2018 intake and will run for one full academic year. The LLM degree is divided into two semesters with September and March starts each year. LLM students may need to attend induction sessions one week prior to the start of classes. The programs may also be taken part-time if preferred. The following are the standard application deadlines for the 2018 classes:

  • 21 July 2018 - for non-EU/international students
  • 25 August 2018 - for EU and UK applicants

The applicable tuition fees for the 2018/2019 academic year are as follows:

  • £8000 - full-time fee for UK and EU students
  • £889 - part-time (20 credits) for UK and EU students
  • £17900 - full-time fee for international students

Various scholarships, discounts and funding opportunities are offered to students accepted to the LLM program.