Study llm in UK offers students an unparalleled opportunity to work alongside world-renowned legal experts. This provides students with an excellent way to enhance their law-related skills and knowledge as well as improve career prospects, build confidence and interact with people from different cultural spheres – not to mention patience, communication skills and self-motivation skills!
An LLM degree is a postgraduate qualification that provides you with the freedom to specialize in an area of law – anything from corporate and commercial law, human rights law and international criminal law, to international criminal law and more. Most LLM courses allow students to specialize in certain fields for greater job market advantage and career advancement.
Minimum requirements for an LLM in the UK differ by university, but typically include at least a first or second-class honours degree in law (though they may also accept applicants with degrees in other subjects that demonstrate relevant experience and knowledge). Proof of English proficiency will also be necessary; an IELTS score of 7.5 or above should suffice.
Discover more about our Sheffield LLM programme’s modules when applying and select the path of your choice if possible; otherwise, take your time selecting modules from our comprehensive selection upon arriving and complete it as flexiblely as possible.