University of Lincoln
International Law LLM
Master of Laws
24 months / (4 semesters)
2,220 GBP per semester
- Part Time
This LLM International Law from the University of Lincoln has been created for individuals with an undergraduate degree in law or a related field and are looking to further their national and international legal skills and knowledge. Taught entirely online, when you study you’ll connect with fellow postgraduate students across the world, giving you the opportunity to expand your global network as you learn. As this law Master’s degree is studied part-time, you’ll also be able to fit your learning around your life without taking a break from your career as you continue to earn and develop.
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Details on admission requirements
|Bachelor's Degree in the similar field and English Language Fluency Certificate|
Before joining a University of Lincoln postgraduate taught program, you will need to have completed a Bachelor honor's degree, or an equivalent qualification, at a recognized institution. You will also need to obtain a specific grade/classification in order to be accepted into the program.
Previous years of professional experience
In addition to meeting the academic requirements outlined above, you will also be expected to meet the University's English Language requirements. As a guide, the majority of our programs require an IELTS score of 6.0, 6.5, or 7.0. To find out more about the specific English Language requirements you will need to meet. As an alternative to IELTS, we accept a minimum of 70% in the Standard XII awarded by CISCE or CBSE (for courses requiring IELTS 6.0). These qualifications should usually have been completed no more than 5 years before enrolling at the University of Lincoln. However, this requirement will usually be waived for applicants who achieved the required High School English grade and subsequently completed a degree in their home country that was taught fully in English. An official letter from the previous institution, confirming that the degree was taught in English, may be required.Note: Admission requirements might be changed based on the student's country.
|2,220 GBP per semester|