Located in the world-famous and diverse city of Manchester, the University of Manchester Law School is one of the most prestigious in Europe. Its alumni include popular and celebrated law graduates. There are 25 Nobel prize winners who either studied or worked at Manchester University. It is this combination of prestige and high standard of education that attracts many law students and professionals to pursue post-graduate law degrees at Manchester Law.
A wide range of choices is offered to prospective LLM students by Manchester Law. These include full-time LLM degrees in the following fields:
- LLM in Law
- LLM in Corporate Governance
- LLM in Intellectual Property Law
- LLM in Healthcare Ethics and Law
- LLM in Security & International Law
- LLM in International Business & Commercial Law
- LLM in International Finance
- LLM in International Trade Transactions
- LLM in Transnational Dispute Resolution
All of the LLM courses have a duration of 1 year if taken full-time, on site. This means that the LLM student will need to study at Manchester for 12 months to finish the course. The tuition for the entire course is £9,000 for UK and EU students, and £17,000 for international students.
All classes commence in September and while most of the slots have been filled, students may still submit their application online in case available spaces are still available in the LLM programme of their choice. Manchester Law has no official closing dates for the submission of applications to most of the master's degrees. However, since classes will start next month, availability may be limited, if still available. It is therefore necessary to act now if you want to start your LLM course this year. However, you can always opt to apply for 2018 offerings to allow you more time to prepare the requirements.