Taught Masters Courses - On Campus & Distance Learning
Wherever you are in the world, you can study with us.
Whether you want to take a year out to study with us on-campus, or take your Master’s part-time by Distance Learning to allow you to choose when and where to study, we will make sure your effort has been worth your while.
We offer a range of Taught Masters' courses, taught both as on campus courses and as distance learning courses.
Our taught programmes are
All of these courses are available as on-campus courses, taught over1 calendar year (October-October) or as Distance Learning courses, where you are able to study over a period of up to five years.
Our Master's programmes are an opportunity to develop and deepen your understanding of the law. However, our masters' programmes are also available to students who have a bachelor's degree in a non-law subject, and are therefore particularly suited for those who are interested in acquiring a knowledge of the law in order to enhance and enrich their understanding of legal regulation and the involvement of the law on society more widely.
On-Campus: 1 October
Distance Learners: 1 October or 1 February
The closing date for applications is 31 July for 1 October entry and 30 November for 1 February entry, but generally we also consider late applications.