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Course Highlights

LAWS LLM is a 1-Year Full-Time, Masters Level Course, and here are the top reasons to opt for this course.

  • This programme gives you the freedom to build your own bespoke LLM. You can choose from the wide range of Law School modules to build your programme.
  • This LLM enables you to build your customized degree by allowing you to pick from many of the modules offered across all specialisms.
  • The School of Law at Queen Mary University has consistently been ranked in the top 10 law schools in the UK for their research and teaching quality.
  • The School of Law is divided into two organizational units: the Department of Law and the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS). 
  • The School of Law hosts the largest and most diverse LLM programme in the UK.
  • The academics and students at the school interact with leading legal professionals, many of whom regularly teach and participate in seminars and conferences organized at the University.
  • QMUL has invested £105m in new facilities to offer students an exceptional learning environment over the past five years. 
  • Recent developments include the £39m Graduate Centre, providing 7,700 square meters of learning and teaching space.
  • The School of Law is part of the Queen Mary University of London, a member of the University of London and the Russell Group.
  • The school was ranked 30th Best University in the world by QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020.
  • You will be studying at the School of Law's postgraduate center and the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS), located in Lincoln's Inn Fields in London. This area is home to numerous barristers' chambers and law firms and is a short walk from the Royal Courts of Justice.

Course Eligibility

Key Eligibility Requirements: LAWS LLM

  • Bachelors - The minimum entry requirement is a 2.1 Honours degree (Minimum 60% average) (a Bachelor Degree (minimum three years) from selected institutions in Law or a degree with substantial law content.
  • Law graduates with a 2:2 honours degree who have other legal qualifications or substantial professional legal experience may also qualify.
  • Non-law graduates with a minimum second class honors degree that have also obtained a Merit (or 60 percent) in the Common Professional Examination (CPE) or Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) recognized by the UK professional bodies may also qualify. 
  • Non-law graduates may also be considered based on exceptional professional experience (of at least five years) in a legal area or an area directly related to their programme of study.
  • Offer conditions will vary depending on the institution you're applying from.
  • For India, offers may be made on the GPA scale.
  • Bachelor of Vocation (B. Voc.) for Masters entry is not considered at QMUL.
  • Candidates with relevant work experience and good academic potential are also encouraged to apply for this programme.
  • The criteria for selecting the students is the sole discretion of the university as per their guidelines.

 Exams: English language requirements

  •  IELTS grade: An IELTS score of 7.0 overall, including 7.0 in Writing, and 5.5 in Reading, Listening, and Speaking or an equivalent acceptable international qualification.

Course Fees

Course Fees: LAWS LLM

Categories

GBP ( Overseas Students )

Indian Rupee ( Overseas Students )

Tuition Fees

£26,250

26,68,800 INR

Hostel and Meals Expenses

£6500

6,48,084 INR

Personal Living Expenses

£1015

1,02,440 INR

Note: 

  • The above values are approximate and are subject to change.
  • The hostel charges may vary depending on the choice of accommodation opted by the student.
  • The above mentioned fees and expenses are for 1st Year of the course duration.
  • Depending on your chosen pathway, some of your modules may incur some additional costs

     

 

Career Prospects

  • There is a very high rate of employment for LLM laws students within six months of graduation.
  • The School of Law has consistently been ranked in the top 10 law schools in the UK for their research and teaching quality. 
  • Many of their internationally recognized staff act as advisers to governments, industry, and NGOs, both nationally and internationally.
  • You shall attend events and guest lectures from leading law firms and companies, including Baker McKenzie, Herbert Smith Freehills LL, the BIHR, Clifford Chance, and Dentons.
  • You will have access to specialist career advisers who organize events and find internship opportunities at the UK and international law firms, and other employers.

Key Learnings

  • You will be taught by a mixture of formal lectures and small group seminars. 
  • The seminars are designed to generate informed discussion around set topics and involve student presentations, group exercises, and open discussions. 
  • You will have a team of advisers to support you, including the LLM and Research Directors, your dissertation supervisor and tutors, and your module convenors.
  • You can access Queen Mary’s excellent Law Library and European Documentation Centre as well as their excellent facilities.
  • You will be assessed by a mixture of formal examinations and coursework in your taught modules.
  • You will undertake more self-directed work while completing your dissertation.

Study Benefits

  • The School of Laws’s central focus is on law and its institutions in contemporary international society. 
  • In the Laws LLM course, you shall have free access to online databases and collections, including LexisNexis, Westlaw, Justis, Eur-lex, Hein-Online, and many more.
  • The Postgraduate School of Law Centre is located in Lincoln’s Inn Fields, and the Graduate Centre is situated at Mile End.
  • In addition to the Queen Mary’s excellent Law Library and European Documentation Centre, with this course, you will have access to the University of London’s Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (IALS) and the Library at Senate House.
  • You will interact with leading legal professionals, many of whom regularly teach and take part in seminars and conferences. 
  • Depending on the modules you choose, you may also have classes at the Mile End Campus of the University of London’s Institute of Advanced Legal Studies or Charterhouse Square.
  • You will have access to the Brand-new Graduate Centre, offering purpose-built state-of-the-art study spaces and an exclusive rooftop common room.

Core Modules

  • LAWS LLM enables you to build your customized degree by picking subjects from numerous law modules.
  • You will also be able to do an elective dissertation on any legal topic of your choice.
  • You don't have to choose your modules until you have learned about them in greater detail during your induction period.
  • However, not all of the modules listed will be available in any year, and the semesters listed can be subject to change.

List of Compulsory Modules 

Semester 1

Semester 2

Semester 3

  • Regulation of Financial Markets
  • International Finance Law
  • Banking Law International
  • Corporate Finance Law
  • Law and Ethics in Business and Finance
  • Company Law: Foundational and Constitutional Issues
  • Corporate Governance: Foundational and Theoretical
  • Animal Law, Welfare and Trade
  • Animal Law, Media, and Culture
  • Transnational Law and Governance Applied
  • Chinese Business Law
  • Multinational Enterprises: Business and Legal Organisation
  • EU Trade Law
  • International Construction Contracts and Dispute Resolution
  • International Commercial Litigation
  • Investment Treaty Arbitration: Foundations, Jurisdiction, and Procedure
  • International Competition Law
  • International Human Rights Law: History, Theory, and Politics
  • Terrorism & Human Rights: Constitutional Perspectives
  • International and Comparative Copyright Law
  • Licensing Intellectual Property
  • Intellectual Property and Fashion: Art and Culture
  • International and Comparative Law of Unfair Competition
  • Global Intellectual Property Law
  • Interactive Entertainment Law
  • The Law of Film
  • Intellectual Property Law in China
  • Trade Secrets
  • Mental Health Law: Capacity to Consent and Best Interests
  • Use of Force in International Law
  • Fundamental Questions in the Law of Treaties
  • Principles of Taxation
  • International Tax Law
  • Tax System Design and Policy in Emerging and Developing Economies
  • US International Taxation
  • International Environmental Law
  • General Principles of Insurance Law
  • Insurance Regulation
  • Charterparties: Law and Practice
  • Carriage of Goods
  • Legal Aspects of Paperless Trade
  • Admiralty
  • Public International & European Air Transport Law
  • Energy Law Principles
  • United States Energy Law, Regulation and Policy
  • International and Comparative Petroleum Law and Contracts
  • International Refugee Law
  • Ethics of Migration and Asylum
  • Comparative Immigration Law
  • Critical Jurisprudence
  • International Investment Law
  • WTO Law: Fundamental Principles
  • Law of Economic Crime: Proceeds of Crime
  • Policing in Local and Global Contexts
  • EU Criminal Law
  • EU Data Protection Law
  • Illegal Speech, Censorship, and Digital Rights: Social Media vs. "Old" Media
  • Telecommunications Policy, Law and Regulation
  • Media Regulation
  • E-Commerce Regulation
  • Compliance Systems in Practice
  • EU Immigration law
  • Trade, Climate change and Energy EU and International Perspectives
  • EU Competition Law
  • International Merger Control: The Jurisdictions
  • Law and Civil Disobedience
  • Corporate Violence
  • Climate Justice
  • International Migration Law
  • Philosophical Foundations of Private International Law
  • International Child Law
  • Cultural Diversity and Law
  • Comparative Law and Practice of International Courts and Tribunals
  • SOLM001 Securities Regulation
  • SOLM006 International Finance Law Applied
  • SOLM008 Banking and FinTech Law
  • SOLM010 Mergers and Acquisitions
  • SOLM017 Corporate Rescue and Cross-border Insolvency
  • SOLM018 Principles of Regulation
  • SOLM019 International Commercial Law
  • SOLM021 Company Law: Corporate Finance and Management Issues
  • SOLM023 Corporate Governance: Operation and Practice
  • SOLM024 Comparative Contract Law
  • SOLM034 US State Law and Practice
  • SOLM038 Strategic Decision Making for Lawyers
  • SOLM040 Alternative Dispute Resolution: Theory and Context
  • SOLM046 Commercial Conflict of Laws
  • SOLM048 Investment Treaty Arbitration: Agreements and Substantive Protection
  • SOLM051 EU Competition Law and Practice
  • SOLM053 International Merger Control: Special Topics
  • SOLM055 Comparative Competition Law
  • SOLM057 Cartels, Collusion, and Competition Law
  • SOLM063 Human Rights of Women: Feminist Legal Theory
  • SOLM064 Human Rights of Women - Legal Framework and Issues
  • SOLM065 International and Comparative Social Right
  • SOLM070 International Human Rights Law: Law, Practice and Institutions
  • SOLM076 European and US Law of Patents
  • SOLM077 International Law of Patents and Related Rights
  • SOLM080 Intellectual Property and Fashion: Business and Law
  • SOLM083 The Law of Registered Trade Marks
  • SOLM087 The Business of Film
  • SOLM088 Law of Geographical Indications
  • SOLM090 Intellectual Property and the Creative Industries
  • SOLM092 Commercialisation of IP
  • SOLM094 Competition Law, Intellectual Property and Innovation
  • SOLM106 Competition and Regulation in EU Healthcare Markets
  • SOLM107 Law's Bodies: Donation, Reproduction, and Dying
  • SOLM113 Conduct of Hostilities in International Law
  • SOLM115 Enforcement of International Criminal Law
  • SOLM117 Special Areas in the Law of Treaties
  • SOLM120 International Tax Law in Practice
  • SOLM124 UK Tax Law
  • SOLM129 Transfer Pricing
  • SOLM130 Tax and Technology
  • SOLM137 Water Law
  • SOLM140 Insurance Contracts
  • SOLM144 Marine Insurance Law
  • SOLM147 Wet Shipping Law
  • SOLM149 Law of the Sea: Navigational Freedoms and Practice
  • SOLM152 Private International & European Air Transport Law
  • SOLM154 Maritime Conflict of Laws
  • SOLM160 Energy and Climate Change
  • SOLM162 International Energy Transactions
  • SOLM163 International Arbitration and Energy
  • SOLM164 EU Energy Law
  • SOLM167 Renewable Energy Law
  • SOLM175 Terrorism, Migration and Human Rights
  • SOLM177 Migration and Asylum Law through Practice
  • SOLM186 Comparative Law Methodology
  • SOLM187 Law and Authority in a Global Context
  • SOLM190 Foreign Investments and Public Policy
  • SOLM191 Legal Aspects of Financing Development
  • SOLM193 WTO Law Domestic Regulations and Trade Remedies
  • SOLM194 International Economic Law
  • SOLM195 International Trade and Investment Law of the EU
  • SOLM200 Law of Economic Crime: Corruption
  • SOLM203 Comparative Criminal Justice
  • SOLM207 Cybercrime: Substantive Offences
  • SOLM210 Information Security and the Law
  • SOLM216 Media Law: Reputation Management
  • SOLM219 E-Commerce Transactions
  • SOLM222 International and Comparative Data Protection Law
  • SOLM223 Compliance in Global Markets
  • SOLM237 Law and Finance in Practice
  • SOLM238 Esports Law
  • SOLM239 Interactive Entertainment Transactions
  • SOLM240 Artificial Intelligence, Human Rights and Migration
  • SOLM250 Advocacy and Mooting (Aviation or Shipping)
  • SOLM251 Exploitation of Energy Resources in Disputed Areas
  • SOLM252 Energy Decommissioning and Waste Management in International Law
  • SOLM254 International Natural Resources Law
  • SOLM255 Reinsurance Law and International Risk Transfer
  • SOLM261 State Crime
  • SOLM265 Media Regulation
  • SOLM267 Trade, Environment and IPRS
  • SOLM269 Sustainability and the Corporation
  • SOLM271 Children, Law and Society
  • SOLM013 Bank Insolvency and Resolution
  • SOLM014 Sovereign Debt Restructuring
  • SOLM027 Transnational Law and Governance in Practice
  • SOLM041 Alternative Dispute Resolution: Selected Issues
  • SOLM049 Ethics in International Arbitration
  • SOLM058 Economics of Competition Law
  • SOLM059 Competition Enforcement: From Investigation to Sanctions
  • SOLM081 Design and Intellectual Property: EU and United States
  • SOLM089 Music Industry Contracts
  • SOLM093 Intellectual Property and the Life Sciences
  • SOLM097 Digital Intellectual Property
  • SOLM126 UK Tax Avoidance
  • SOLM127 EU Tax Law
  • SOLM136 Climate Change Law
  • SOLM146 International Regulation of Shipping
  • SOLM157 International Energy Law and Ethics
  • SOLM168 Nuclear Energy Law
  • SOLM206 IT Transactions
  • SOLM208 Cybercrime: Forensic Investigations
  • SOLM211 Cyberspace: Jurisdiction and Dispute Resolution
  • SOLM221 AI, Robotics and the Law
  • SOLM266 Research Seminar
  • SOLM273 Legal Tech
  • SOLM274 Public Affairs Advocacy
  • SOLM276 Advocacy in Commercial Disputes

 

Research Project: Dissertation

  • A part of your assessment in the LLM laws will be the successful completion of a compulsory 10,000-word dissertation.

Scholarships

School of Law International Postgraduate Scholarships

  • The School of Law International Postgraduate Scholarships is 30 scholarship awards of £3000 for outstanding applicants who wish to pursue LLM and MSc programmes at Queen Mary's University.
  • All applicants who have achieved a UK first-class honors degree (or equivalent) and are on course to achieve a first shall be considered.
  • No requirement for a separate application for School of Law International Postgraduate Scholarship.
  • You also need to have a domicile in one of these eligible countries. Bangladesh, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Egypt, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Japan, Kenya, Lebanon, Malaysia, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, South Africa, South Korea, Taiwan, Turkey, Vietnam

Important Details

  • Should be an overseas fee payer 
  • Should not receive any other University scholarship or full-fee scholarship from any other source.
  • The scholarship will be deducted directly from tuition fees payable to the University.

Commonwealth Master's Scholarships

  •  The Commonwealth Master's Scholarships are 100 % tuition fee scholarships for candidates from low- and middle-income Commonwealth countries for full-time study at a UK university.

Important Details

  • You must also apply to QMUL for admission to the Masters's programme and make an application for the scholarship. 
  • Queen Mary does not influence their selection procedure and timelines. 
  • The Scholarship was Co-founded by Queen Mary and the UK Department for International Development (DFID). 
  • Applicants must be domiciled in one of the eligible countries. (Antigua and Barbuda, Belize, Botswana, Dominica, Eswatini, Fiji, Ghana, Grenada, Guyana, India, Jamaica, Mauritius, Montserrat, Namibia, Nauru, Papua New Guinea, Rwanda, Samoa, South Africa, Sri Lanka, St Helena, St Lucia, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu)

Chevening Awards 

  • Queen Mary works closely with the Chevening - the UK government's international scheme to develop global leaders.
  • They provide full scholarships for studying one-year master programme to the postgraduate students.

Important Details

  • All Chevening awards cover total overseas tuition fees and provide a stipend for living costs, airfares, and various other expenses to the students.
  • Applications for all scholarships must be made directly to Chevening, and complete details are available on their website.
  • The applications for September 2022 are open now on their website.

Queen Mary Alumni Loyalty Award 

  • The Queen Mary Alumni Loyalty Award is a £1000 award open to all Queen Mary graduates enrolling for a postgraduate degree programme except those rewarded with full scholarships.

Important Details

  • £1000 or 20% discount depending on the programme of study.
  • Anyone undertaking an undergraduate or postgraduate degree at the Queen Mary University of London is eligible for this scholarship.
  • This discount is automatically applied upon enrolment.

Children of Alumni Loyalty Award 

The Children of Alumni Loyalty Award is for children of international alumni enrolling for a full-time programme for 1000 pounds with self-funding criteria.

Important Details

  • Should be enrolling for a full Bachelors, Master's, or Doctoral degree
  • They should be a child of Queen Mary alumnus.
  • Should pay at least £1000 of your fees (i.e., not total sponsored)
  • Should be an overseas fee payer 

Last updated on January 12, 2022

LAWS LLM is a 1-Year Full-Time, Masters Level Course, and here are the top reasons to opt for this course.

  • This programme gives you the freedom to build your own bespoke LLM. You can choose from the wide range of Law School modules to build your programme.
  • This LLM enables you to build your customized degree by allowing you to pick from many of the modules offered across all specialisms.
  • The School of Law at Queen Mary University has consistently been ranked in the top 10 law schools in the UK for their research and teaching quality.
  • The School of Law is divided into two organizational units: the Department of Law and the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS). 
  • The School of Law hosts the largest and most diverse LLM programme in the UK.
  • The academics and students at the school interact with leading legal professionals, many of whom regularly teach and participate in seminars and conferences organized at the University.
  • QMUL has invested £105m in new facilities to offer students an exceptional learning environment over the past five years. 
  • Recent developments include the £39m Graduate Centre, providing 7,700 square meters of learning and teaching space.
  • The School of Law is part of the Queen Mary University of London, a member of the University of London and the Russell Group.
  • The school was ranked 30th Best University in the world by QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020.
  • You will be studying at the School of Law's postgraduate center and the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS), located in Lincoln's Inn Fields in London. This area is home to numerous barristers' chambers and law firms and is a short walk from the Royal Courts of Justice.

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Key Eligibility Requirements: LAWS LLM

  • Bachelors - The minimum entry requirement is a 2.1 Honours degree (Minimum 60% average) (a Bachelor Degree (minimum three years) from selected institutions in Law or a degree with substantial law content.
  • Law graduates with a 2:2 honours degree who have other legal qualifications or substantial professional legal experience may also qualify.
  • Non-law graduates with a minimum second class honors degree that have also obtained a Merit (or 60 percent) in the Common Professional Examination (CPE) or Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) recognized by the UK professional bodies may also qualify. 
  • Non-law graduates may also be considered based on exceptional professional experience (of at least five years) in a legal area or an area directly related to their programme of study.
  • Offer conditions will vary depending on the institution you're applying from.
  • For India, offers may be made on the GPA scale.
  • Bachelor of Vocation (B. Voc.) for Masters entry is not considered at QMUL.
  • Candidates with relevant work experience and good academic potential are also encouraged to apply for this programme.
  • The criteria for selecting the students is the sole discretion of the university as per their guidelines.

 Exams: English language requirements

  •  IELTS grade: An IELTS score of 7.0 overall, including 7.0 in Writing, and 5.5 in Reading, Listening, and Speaking or an equivalent acceptable international qualification.

Show More

Course Fees: LAWS LLM

Categories

GBP ( Overseas Students )

Indian Rupee ( Overseas Students )

Tuition Fees

£26,250

26,68,800 INR

Hostel and Meals Expenses

£6500

6,48,084 INR

Personal Living Expenses

£1015

1,02,440 INR

Note: 

  • The above values are approximate and are subject to change.
  • The hostel charges may vary depending on the choice of accommodation opted by the student.
  • The above mentioned fees and expenses are for 1st Year of the course duration.
  • Depending on your chosen pathway, some of your modules may incur some additional costs

     

 
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  • There is a very high rate of employment for LLM laws students within six months of graduation.
  • The School of Law has consistently been ranked in the top 10 law schools in the UK for their research and teaching quality. 
  • Many of their internationally recognized staff act as advisers to governments, industry, and NGOs, both nationally and internationally.
  • You shall attend events and guest lectures from leading law firms and companies, including Baker McKenzie, Herbert Smith Freehills LL, the BIHR, Clifford Chance, and Dentons.
  • You will have access to specialist career advisers who organize events and find internship opportunities at the UK and international law firms, and other employers.

Show More

  • You will be taught by a mixture of formal lectures and small group seminars. 
  • The seminars are designed to generate informed discussion around set topics and involve student presentations, group exercises, and open discussions. 
  • You will have a team of advisers to support you, including the LLM and Research Directors, your dissertation supervisor and tutors, and your module convenors.
  • You can access Queen Mary’s excellent Law Library and European Documentation Centre as well as their excellent facilities.
  • You will be assessed by a mixture of formal examinations and coursework in your taught modules.
  • You will undertake more self-directed work while completing your dissertation.

Show More

  • The School of Laws’s central focus is on law and its institutions in contemporary international society. 
  • In the Laws LLM course, you shall have free access to online databases and collections, including LexisNexis, Westlaw, Justis, Eur-lex, Hein-Online, and many more.
  • The Postgraduate School of Law Centre is located in Lincoln’s Inn Fields, and the Graduate Centre is situated at Mile End.
  • In addition to the Queen Mary’s excellent Law Library and European Documentation Centre, with this course, you will have access to the University of London’s Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (IALS) and the Library at Senate House.
  • You will interact with leading legal professionals, many of whom regularly teach and take part in seminars and conferences. 
  • Depending on the modules you choose, you may also have classes at the Mile End Campus of the University of London’s Institute of Advanced Legal Studies or Charterhouse Square.
  • You will have access to the Brand-new Graduate Centre, offering purpose-built state-of-the-art study spaces and an exclusive rooftop common room.

Show More

  • LAWS LLM enables you to build your customized degree by picking subjects from numerous law modules.
  • You will also be able to do an elective dissertation on any legal topic of your choice.
  • You don't have to choose your modules until you have learned about them in greater detail during your induction period.
  • However, not all of the modules listed will be available in any year, and the semesters listed can be subject to change.

List of Compulsory Modules 

Semester 1

Semester 2

Semester 3

  • Regulation of Financial Markets
  • International Finance Law
  • Banking Law International
  • Corporate Finance Law
  • Law and Ethics in Business and Finance
  • Company Law: Foundational and Constitutional Issues
  • Corporate Governance: Foundational and Theoretical
  • Animal Law, Welfare and Trade
  • Animal Law, Media, and Culture
  • Transnational Law and Governance Applied
  • Chinese Business Law
  • Multinational Enterprises: Business and Legal Organisation
  • EU Trade Law
  • International Construction Contracts and Dispute Resolution
  • International Commercial Litigation
  • Investment Treaty Arbitration: Foundations, Jurisdiction, and Procedure
  • International Competition Law
  • International Human Rights Law: History, Theory, and Politics
  • Terrorism & Human Rights: Constitutional Perspectives
  • International and Comparative Copyright Law
  • Licensing Intellectual Property
  • Intellectual Property and Fashion: Art and Culture
  • International and Comparative Law of Unfair Competition
  • Global Intellectual Property Law
  • Interactive Entertainment Law
  • The Law of Film
  • Intellectual Property Law in China
  • Trade Secrets
  • Mental Health Law: Capacity to Consent and Best Interests
  • Use of Force in International Law
  • Fundamental Questions in the Law of Treaties
  • Principles of Taxation
  • International Tax Law
  • Tax System Design and Policy in Emerging and Developing Economies
  • US International Taxation
  • International Environmental Law
  • General Principles of Insurance Law
  • Insurance Regulation
  • Charterparties: Law and Practice
  • Carriage of Goods
  • Legal Aspects of Paperless Trade
  • Admiralty
  • Public International & European Air Transport Law
  • Energy Law Principles
  • United States Energy Law, Regulation and Policy
  • International and Comparative Petroleum Law and Contracts
  • International Refugee Law
  • Ethics of Migration and Asylum
  • Comparative Immigration Law
  • Critical Jurisprudence
  • International Investment Law
  • WTO Law: Fundamental Principles
  • Law of Economic Crime: Proceeds of Crime
  • Policing in Local and Global Contexts
  • EU Criminal Law
  • EU Data Protection Law
  • Illegal Speech, Censorship, and Digital Rights: Social Media vs. "Old" Media
  • Telecommunications Policy, Law and Regulation
  • Media Regulation
  • E-Commerce Regulation
  • Compliance Systems in Practice
  • EU Immigration law
  • Trade, Climate change and Energy EU and International Perspectives
  • EU Competition Law
  • International Merger Control: The Jurisdictions
  • Law and Civil Disobedience
  • Corporate Violence
  • Climate Justice
  • International Migration Law
  • Philosophical Foundations of Private International Law
  • International Child Law
  • Cultural Diversity and Law
  • Comparative Law and Practice of International Courts and Tribunals
  • SOLM001 Securities Regulation
  • SOLM006 International Finance Law Applied
  • SOLM008 Banking and FinTech Law
  • SOLM010 Mergers and Acquisitions
  • SOLM017 Corporate Rescue and Cross-border Insolvency
  • SOLM018 Principles of Regulation
  • SOLM019 International Commercial Law
  • SOLM021 Company Law: Corporate Finance and Management Issues
  • SOLM023 Corporate Governance: Operation and Practice
  • SOLM024 Comparative Contract Law
  • SOLM034 US State Law and Practice
  • SOLM038 Strategic Decision Making for Lawyers
  • SOLM040 Alternative Dispute Resolution: Theory and Context
  • SOLM046 Commercial Conflict of Laws
  • SOLM048 Investment Treaty Arbitration: Agreements and Substantive Protection
  • SOLM051 EU Competition Law and Practice
  • SOLM053 International Merger Control: Special Topics
  • SOLM055 Comparative Competition Law
  • SOLM057 Cartels, Collusion, and Competition Law
  • SOLM063 Human Rights of Women: Feminist Legal Theory
  • SOLM064 Human Rights of Women - Legal Framework and Issues
  • SOLM065 International and Comparative Social Right
  • SOLM070 International Human Rights Law: Law, Practice and Institutions
  • SOLM076 European and US Law of Patents
  • SOLM077 International Law of Patents and Related Rights
  • SOLM080 Intellectual Property and Fashion: Business and Law
  • SOLM083 The Law of Registered Trade Marks
  • SOLM087 The Business of Film
  • SOLM088 Law of Geographical Indications
  • SOLM090 Intellectual Property and the Creative Industries
  • SOLM092 Commercialisation of IP
  • SOLM094 Competition Law, Intellectual Property and Innovation
  • SOLM106 Competition and Regulation in EU Healthcare Markets
  • SOLM107 Law's Bodies: Donation, Reproduction, and Dying
  • SOLM113 Conduct of Hostilities in International Law
  • SOLM115 Enforcement of International Criminal Law
  • SOLM117 Special Areas in the Law of Treaties
  • SOLM120 International Tax Law in Practice
  • SOLM124 UK Tax Law
  • SOLM129 Transfer Pricing
  • SOLM130 Tax and Technology
  • SOLM137 Water Law
  • SOLM140 Insurance Contracts
  • SOLM144 Marine Insurance Law
  • SOLM147 Wet Shipping Law
  • SOLM149 Law of the Sea: Navigational Freedoms and Practice
  • SOLM152 Private International & European Air Transport Law
  • SOLM154 Maritime Conflict of Laws
  • SOLM160 Energy and Climate Change
  • SOLM162 International Energy Transactions
  • SOLM163 International Arbitration and Energy
  • SOLM164 EU Energy Law
  • SOLM167 Renewable Energy Law
  • SOLM175 Terrorism, Migration and Human Rights
  • SOLM177 Migration and Asylum Law through Practice
  • SOLM186 Comparative Law Methodology
  • SOLM187 Law and Authority in a Global Context
  • SOLM190 Foreign Investments and Public Policy
  • SOLM191 Legal Aspects of Financing Development
  • SOLM193 WTO Law Domestic Regulations and Trade Remedies
  • SOLM194 International Economic Law
  • SOLM195 International Trade and Investment Law of the EU
  • SOLM200 Law of Economic Crime: Corruption
  • SOLM203 Comparative Criminal Justice
  • SOLM207 Cybercrime: Substantive Offences
  • SOLM210 Information Security and the Law
  • SOLM216 Media Law: Reputation Management
  • SOLM219 E-Commerce Transactions
  • SOLM222 International and Comparative Data Protection Law
  • SOLM223 Compliance in Global Markets
  • SOLM237 Law and Finance in Practice
  • SOLM238 Esports Law
  • SOLM239 Interactive Entertainment Transactions
  • SOLM240 Artificial Intelligence, Human Rights and Migration
  • SOLM250 Advocacy and Mooting (Aviation or Shipping)
  • SOLM251 Exploitation of Energy Resources in Disputed Areas
  • SOLM252 Energy Decommissioning and Waste Management in International Law
  • SOLM254 International Natural Resources Law
  • SOLM255 Reinsurance Law and International Risk Transfer
  • SOLM261 State Crime
  • SOLM265 Media Regulation
  • SOLM267 Trade, Environment and IPRS
  • SOLM269 Sustainability and the Corporation
  • SOLM271 Children, Law and Society
  • SOLM013 Bank Insolvency and Resolution
  • SOLM014 Sovereign Debt Restructuring
  • SOLM027 Transnational Law and Governance in Practice
  • SOLM041 Alternative Dispute Resolution: Selected Issues
  • SOLM049 Ethics in International Arbitration
  • SOLM058 Economics of Competition Law
  • SOLM059 Competition Enforcement: From Investigation to Sanctions
  • SOLM081 Design and Intellectual Property: EU and United States
  • SOLM089 Music Industry Contracts
  • SOLM093 Intellectual Property and the Life Sciences
  • SOLM097 Digital Intellectual Property
  • SOLM126 UK Tax Avoidance
  • SOLM127 EU Tax Law
  • SOLM136 Climate Change Law
  • SOLM146 International Regulation of Shipping
  • SOLM157 International Energy Law and Ethics
  • SOLM168 Nuclear Energy Law
  • SOLM206 IT Transactions
  • SOLM208 Cybercrime: Forensic Investigations
  • SOLM211 Cyberspace: Jurisdiction and Dispute Resolution
  • SOLM221 AI, Robotics and the Law
  • SOLM266 Research Seminar
  • SOLM273 Legal Tech
  • SOLM274 Public Affairs Advocacy
  • SOLM276 Advocacy in Commercial Disputes

 

Research Project: Dissertation

  • A part of your assessment in the LLM laws will be the successful completion of a compulsory 10,000-word dissertation.

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School of Law International Postgraduate Scholarships

  • The School of Law International Postgraduate Scholarships is 30 scholarship awards of £3000 for outstanding applicants who wish to pursue LLM and MSc programmes at Queen Mary's University.
  • All applicants who have achieved a UK first-class honors degree (or equivalent) and are on course to achieve a first shall be considered.
  • No requirement for a separate application for School of Law International Postgraduate Scholarship.
  • You also need to have a domicile in one of these eligible countries. Bangladesh, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Egypt, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Japan, Kenya, Lebanon, Malaysia, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, South Africa, South Korea, Taiwan, Turkey, Vietnam

Important Details

  • Should be an overseas fee payer 
  • Should not receive any other University scholarship or full-fee scholarship from any other source.
  • The scholarship will be deducted directly from tuition fees payable to the University.

Commonwealth Master's Scholarships

  •  The Commonwealth Master's Scholarships are 100 % tuition fee scholarships for candidates from low- and middle-income Commonwealth countries for full-time study at a UK university.

Important Details

  • You must also apply to QMUL for admission to the Masters's programme and make an application for the scholarship. 
  • Queen Mary does not influence their selection procedure and timelines. 
  • The Scholarship was Co-founded by Queen Mary and the UK Department for International Development (DFID). 
  • Applicants must be domiciled in one of the eligible countries. (Antigua and Barbuda, Belize, Botswana, Dominica, Eswatini, Fiji, Ghana, Grenada, Guyana, India, Jamaica, Mauritius, Montserrat, Namibia, Nauru, Papua New Guinea, Rwanda, Samoa, South Africa, Sri Lanka, St Helena, St Lucia, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu)

Chevening Awards 

  • Queen Mary works closely with the Chevening - the UK government's international scheme to develop global leaders.
  • They provide full scholarships for studying one-year master programme to the postgraduate students.

Important Details

  • All Chevening awards cover total overseas tuition fees and provide a stipend for living costs, airfares, and various other expenses to the students.
  • Applications for all scholarships must be made directly to Chevening, and complete details are available on their website.
  • The applications for September 2022 are open now on their website.

Queen Mary Alumni Loyalty Award 

  • The Queen Mary Alumni Loyalty Award is a £1000 award open to all Queen Mary graduates enrolling for a postgraduate degree programme except those rewarded with full scholarships.

Important Details

  • £1000 or 20% discount depending on the programme of study.
  • Anyone undertaking an undergraduate or postgraduate degree at the Queen Mary University of London is eligible for this scholarship.
  • This discount is automatically applied upon enrolment.

Children of Alumni Loyalty Award 

The Children of Alumni Loyalty Award is for children of international alumni enrolling for a full-time programme for 1000 pounds with self-funding criteria.

Important Details

  • Should be enrolling for a full Bachelors, Master's, or Doctoral degree
  • They should be a child of Queen Mary alumnus.
  • Should pay at least £1000 of your fees (i.e., not total sponsored)
  • Should be an overseas fee payer 

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Last updated on January 12, 2022

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