You May Still Get Your LLM Degree in 2017 from Nottingham Trent University Law School
While most universities offering LLM programmes have closed applications for the academic year 2017-2018, you can still begin that sought after Master of Laws degree in 2017. Nottingham Trent University Law School has recently launched a new LLM programme in International Financial Law. There are currently a few more slots for this LLM course, which begins in September 2017.
It may take time to prepare all of the documentary requirements prior to applying for any LLM degree. However, should you have them ready, you may apply now through Nottingham Trent's website.
This new LLM International Financial Law programme is just one of the LLMs available at Nottingham Trent that starts in September 2017. Applicants may also be interested in the other courses depending on the field of law they wanted to specialise in. However, slots may be limited for the September 2017 classes. The other LLM courses are:
- LLM General Law
- LLM Corporate and Insolvency Law
- LLM Oil, Gas and Mining Law
- LLM Health Law and Ethics
- LLM Sports Law
- LLM Human Rights and Justice
- LLM Intellectual Property Law
- LLM International Trade and Commercial Law
If taken full time, the Master of Laws degree in Nottingham will be finished within one year. The tuition fee for EU and UK students is £6,500 while for international students, it is £12,900. Given the tight deadline, it would be wise to apply now.