University of Birkbeck Releases New Info About Their LLM in International Economic Law
The University of Birkbeck has announced new information about their admission for their LLM in International Economic Law.
There are two paths to this program which students can choose from:
- LLM International Finance and Economic Law
- LLM International Economic Law, Justice and Development
If you take the LLM International Finance and Economic Law your study of finance will be combined with the study of international economic institutions along with a range of specialized modules that students can pick from to further specialize their education.
The LLM International Economic Law, Justice and Development takes a critical approach of law, institutions, and practices that impact global and local economies. It is the only LLM in the UK that takes this critical approach to the study of economy and is therefore highly sought after.
Both paths are intensive and students have to take two compulsory modules and choose three or four optional modules.
Here are the fees for taking this LLM program:
- Part-time EU: £5500
- Full-time EU: £11000
- Part-time International: £8400
- Full-time international: £16800
Birkbeck doesn’t require students to finish their current studies in order to apply. The Birkbeck orientation is set for 28th September 2019 and it is a great opportunity to get familiar with the program.
For a full list of requirements, you should visit their official website. If you find anything confusing don’t hesitate to contact their student support channels.