The University of Glasgow (UG) is in the top 1% of universities worldwide. In fact, approximately 95% of its students are either employed or go on to post-graduate education within 6 months of graduating. Its College of Law is sought after by many students aspiring to excel in the field of law. The same goes with its post-graduate offerings, particularly UG's College of Law LLM programmes.
Several Master of Laws degrees are offered by the University of Glasgow to law graduates and professionals alike. All courses begins in September of each year. The LLM may be completed in 12 months full time or 24 months part time. These options afford students more flexibility, especially those with a busy schedule.
Potential applicants may choose from the following LLM programmes the course that would best fit their career needs:
- LLM in Law
- LLM in Corporate and Financial Law
- LLM in International Law
- LLM in Intellectual Property and Digital Economy
- LLM in International Law and Security
- LLM in International Competition Law and Policy
- LLM in International Economic Law
- LLM in International Commercial Law
Tuition and fees are £7,700 for UK and EU students and £17,250 for international students. Applications for the September LLM classes can normally be made between October 1 and December 15. This is what UG refers to as the equal consideration period.
However, UG also imposes a standard application deadline, under which applications received after the equal consideration period may still be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. This will only apply if programmes are not filled yet. Therefore, depending on the availability of slots, there is still a possibility to chance of attending a course starting September 2017.