If this does not answer your query, then please e-mail the Head of Admissions and Recruitment: email@example.com, clearly indicating that you have read the Frequently Asked Questions in the Subject
What is the structure of the SOAS LLM?
SOAS students have to select four subjects in total. Three of those must be taken at SOAS and one of these has to be in the form of a dissertation. The fourth course can be taken outside of SOAS with a partner institution, please contact the school of Law for further information regarding this or for any course updates. A course list is available from the website.
There is also the option to take a specialist LLM (Masters of Law ) programme such as LLM International Law or LLM Islamic Law. Information about what programmes are available can be found on the LLM Masters in Law pages.
You will be able to confirm which structure of the LLM you want to follow when you enrol on the programme.
For example, If you have applied to study for a specialist LLM programme (eg LLM in International Law), you will make your final course selection at enrolment. In order to be awarded a specialist LLM you must fulfil all the requirements attached to that programme
What is the structure of the MA Law programmes?
The MA Law programmes begin with a compulsory two-week course in legal reasoning and legal methods. Applicants must attend the course fully in order to proceed on the Master's programme.
For information and timetable please see the course outline and timetable.
Please note that the fee payable for this course is included in the Master's tuition fees.
For further information or queries about this course, please contact the Postgraduate Law team: firstname.lastname@example.org
Is there an additional fee for the preliminary courses?
There is a fee for the MA Law programmes preparatory course. This fee is included in the overall tuition fees.
Students who do not hold an offer on an MA Law programme but are interested in taking the preliminary course on an individual basis must contact the faculty of Law at email@example.com or phone 020 7898 4402 for details on how much to pay and payment procedures.