UCL FACULTY OF LAWS

Master of Laws (LLM) Programme

Modes of study

The LLM is an attendance-based taught masters programme that can be studied on a full-time, part-time, or flexible basis. It is not possible to study the LLM at UCL by distance learning or online. If you wish to study an LLM via distance learning, you may wish to consider the University of London LLM programme via distance learning.

Full-time Study (1 year)
The programme is completed in 12 months (September to September).

Part-time Study (2 years)
The programme is completed in two years, with 60 credits of taught modules completed each year. The dissertation is undertaken in the second year, with some informal preparation for it beginning in the first year. Each module must be completed within 12 months.

Flexible Study (up to 5 years)
The programme is completed in up to five years. The dissertation is undertaken in a later year, with some informal preparation for it beginning in the preceding year. Each module must be completed within 12 months.

Modules offered on the LLM programme may not run in every academic year. If there are any modules that are integral to your study, you should check whether they are running in the relevant academic year.

Continuing Legal Education

If you do not wish to undertake the full LLM programme, it is possible to study individual modules as a Continuing Education Student. For more information on studying in this way, please see the Continuing Legal Education section of this site. You will not gain academic credits by studying as a Continuing Education Student.

APPLICATION NOTICES

The application process for the 2014-15 academic session, for entry in September 2014, is now open.

Please refer to the How to apply section for information on the application process.