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LLM in Legal and Political Theory

  • University of York
  • Adresse : 8A Minster Yard, York, York YO1 7HH, Royaume-Uni, York
  • Email administratif : law-pg-admissions@york.ac.uk
  • Site Internet : Consulter

Application

Applicants will normally be expected to have obtained an undergraduate Law degree with honours (2.1 or higher, or its equivalent).

If English is not your first language and you have not completed an undergraduate degree in English we will need evidence of your English language ability to the required level, in addition to any academic entry requirements.English requirements:  

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IELTS - a minimum of 6.5
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Pearson (PTE) - a minimum of 61

Application

Applicants will normally be expected to have obtained an undergraduate Law degree with honours (2.1 or higher, or its equivalent).

If English is not your first language and you have not completed an undergraduate degree in English we will need evidence of your English language ability to the required level, in addition to any academic entry requirements.English requirements:  

-IELTS - a minimum of 6.5
-Pearson (PTE) - a minimum of 61

Curriculum

The LLM in Legal and Political Theory taught programme of one year (or two years if taken part time). The LLM is made up of 180 credits. 120 credits are studied through a mix of compulsory and optional taught modules. The remaining 60 credits are obtained through undertaking a 13,000 word dissertation. The programme is structured in the following way:

  • Autumn Term: 60 credits (Foundational Issues in Legal Theory; Approaches to Political Theory; and one 20 credit option module)
  • Spring Term: 60 credits (Advanced Issues in Legal Theory; and two 20 credit option modules)
  • Summer Term/Summer: 60 credits (Dissertation, including research training)

Curriculum

The LLM in Legal and Political Theory taught programme of one year (or two years if taken part time). The LLM is made up of 180 credits. 120 credits are studied through a mix of compulsory and optional taught modules. The remaining 60 credits are obtained through undertaking a 13,000 word dissertation. The programme is structured in the following way:

  • Autumn Term: 60 credits (Foundational Issues in Legal Theory; Approaches to Political Theory; and one 20 credit option module)
  • Spring Term: 60 credits (Advanced Issues in Legal Theory; and two 20 credit option modules)
  • Summer Term/Summer: 60 credits (Dissertation, including research training)