Master of Laws (LLM)
Northumbria University Law School has an enviable reputation for its practical, innovative Masters programmes, which are accessible to a wide range of professionals. These programmes attract a diverse and interesting students from all over the world. Various LLM programmes can be studied on a full-time basis, although many students now opt to study via distance learning which provides a more flexible approach more suited to busy lifestyles. All of our programmes make use of electronic learning and the Law School is involved in numerous continuing professional development programmes, which aim to make Northumbria a leading institution in this field.
The following LLM programmes are available on a distance learning basis at Northumbria:
- LLM Commercial Law
- LLM International Trade Law
- LLM Medical Law
Open to lawyers and non-lawyers. The standard entry requirements for the programmes are either a degree in law or other disciplines and also, other relevant professional qualifications. Students may also be considered for enrolment in certain programmes if they can demonstrate sufficient work related experience.
Applicants whose English is not their first language should have attained the following minimum English language level:
- IELTS 6.5
- TOEFL 600 (paper based)
- TOEFL 250 (computer based)
Mode of Study
Duration of Programme
Tuition Fees and Free Structure
For more detailed information on the programmes such as Intakes, Mode of Assessment and Course Units, please contact one of our counsellors.