University of London LLM
Gain a prestigious University of London LLM by distance learning
Study for a prestigious qualification in postgraduate laws anywhere in the world.
- World Class: Receive academic leadership and study materials from world renowned professors of law from Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) and University College London (UCL).
- Accessible: You don’t need a Bachelor’s degree to apply. Our flexible programme allows you to begin with a Postgraduate Certificate or Diploma and progress to the LLM.
- Flexible: You can take between one and five years to complete our LLM and choose a financial commitment that suits your needs.
- Wide-ranging: We offer a general postgraduate laws degree and over 30 specialisations. Choose from more than 65 courses.
Whether you’re a practising lawyer, LLB graduate, or non-legal professional, we have an option to suit you.
|You study||Study period||Cost (2017)||Cost (2018)|
|Postgraduate Certificate||5 modules (from up to 4 courses)||6 months-5 years||£3,400||£3,570|
|Postgraduate Diploma||10 modules (from up to 4 courses)||1-5 years||£5,900||£6,195|
|LLM||16 modules (from 4 courses)||1-5 years||£8,900||£9,345|
|Individual modules||You can take up to four modules on a stand-alone basis.||6 months-2 years||£545||£570|
Excellent career opportunities for all
Our degrees represent top professional standards, so our graduates regularly advance to high-level positions. Depending on which specialist areas you choose, you’ll be well placed for careers in a variety of sectors, including:
- research in the social sciences and humanities;
- banking, financial services, and financial regulation;
- human rights agencies;
- international development organizations;
- Civil and public service opportunities.
Valuable for legal professionals
The University of London LLM provides you with many of the key attributes required by law firms. It proves your commitment to hard work and is a powerful recognition of high achievement.
Many professional associations and Bar Councils also accept our qualifications towards the required professional development quotas.
For example, in England and Wales, the Solicitors Regulation Authority accredits our LLM (and any single modules taken as short courses) towards Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours.