Located in Glasgow, the University of Strathclyde Law School has 50 solid years educating tomorrow’s lawyers. Among the LLM programs it offers is the LLM in Criminal Justice and Penal Change, which among others examines the range of legal, social and political responses globally. These responses are what is referred to today as the "penal crisis."
The LLM in Criminal Justice and Penal Change can be taken one year, full-time, or 2 years, part-time. The program starts September of each year and for academic year 2018/19, the tuition fees for full-time courses are £7,800 for students from EU, UK and Scotland and £15,100 for international students. Applications are on-going.
It would interest LLM aspirants to know that numerous scholarship opportunities are available to them if admitted to the LLM in Criminal Justice and Penal Change. The following is a list of the available scholarships with the corresponding application deadlines:
- John Fitzsimons Memorial Scholarships - May
- Strathclyde John Anderson International Student Scholarships - May
- Santander Scholarships - May
- Scotland Saltire Scholarships - March
- Aga Khan Foundation - Varies on the country of origin but typically March
- Carnegie Cameron Postgraduate Bursaries
- Glasgow Educational and Marshall Trust
- Leverhulme Trade Charities Trust
- McGlashan Charitable Trust
- Commonwealth Scholarships
- Chevening Scholarships
- Pakistan 50th Fund
To know more about each scholarship offer and the student's suitability for each, it is best to visit the LLM program's webpage. Besides the LLM in Criminal Justice and Penal Change, the Law School also offers other LLM programs, including the following: