The University of Law launches a range of new Master’s Programmes in Law for September 2019

18 December 2018

The University of Law (ULaw) has launched a series of new Master’s Award in Law programmes aimed at those wanting to specialise in a particular area of the law.

Our new courses include: LLMs (Master of Laws), MAs (Master of Arts), an MSc (Master of Sciences) and a PGDip (Postgraduate Diploma). 

Whatever the award designation, successfully completing a Master’s Award in Law is a great achievement. It allows students to pursue specialist areas of law and it can also give them an insight into how the law works in practice. 

While it is true that Master’s degrees are not required in order to get a training contract, they are increasingly important for those wanting to pursue careers overseas, in academia or for those wanting to specialise early on in a particular area of law. 

Master’s programmes in the UK are particularly attractive to international students. Whatever their background, students are likely to make positive connections with a wide range of people from different industries, backgrounds and countries. This improves the student’s personal network as well as communication and self-motivation skills.

With maximum flexibility built in, these courses are available to study full-time either face to face, in one of ULaw’s campuses, completely online or face to face and online at the same time. 

The new postgraduate courses now available are:

New Master of Laws (LLMs) courses
  • LLM Company Law - Full-time. Locations: London Moorgate, Bristol, Leeds, Manchester, Online
  • LLM Corporate Governance - Full-time. Locations: London Moorgate, Bristol, Leeds, Manchester, Online
  • LLM International Business Law - Full-time. Locations: London Moorgate, Bristol, Online 
  • LLM International Corporate Governance - Full-time. Locations: London Moorgate, Bristol, Online
  • LLM International Human Rights Law - Full-time. Locations: London Bloomsbury, Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester, Online 
  • LLM Investigative Legal Journalism - Full-time. Locations: London Bloomsbury, Online 
  • LLM Mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution - Full-time. Locations: London Bloomsbury, Birmingham, Leeds, Online
  • LLM Medical Law and Ethics - Full-time. Locations: London Bloomsbury, Birmingham, Manchester, Online 
  • LLM Master of Law (General) - Full-time. Locations - London Moorgate, London Bloomsbury, Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds, Manchester, Online 
New Master of Arts (MAs) courses
  • MA Company Law - Full-time. Locations: London Moorgate, Bristol, Leeds, Manchester, Online
  • MA Corporate Governance - Full-time. Locations: London Moorgate, Bristol, Leeds, Manchester, Online
  • MA International Business Law - Full-time. Locations: London Moorgate, Bristol, Online 
  • MA International Corporate Governance - Full-time. Locations: London Moorgate, Bristol, Online
  • MA International Human Rights Law - Full-time. Locations: London Bloomsbury, Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester, Online 
  • MA Investigative Legal Journalism - Full-time. Locations: London Bloomsbury, Online 
  • MA Medical Law and Ethics - Full-time. Locations: London Bloomsbury, Birmingham, Manchester, Online 
New Master of Sciences (MSc) course
  • MSc Legal Technology - Full-time. Locations: London Moorgate, Leeds, Nottingham (new campus), Online 
New Postgraduate Diploma (PG Dip) course
  • PG Dip Legal Technology - Full-time. Locations: London Moorgate, Leeds, Nottingham (new campus), Online

Leyanda Purchase, ULaw’s National Programme Director, said: “Studying a Master’s Degree in Law at ULaw will allow you to pursue specialist areas of law whilst also giving you an insight into how the law works in practice. The flexibility of each of our programme means you will have more choice over your degree to realise your career ambitions.”

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