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Online Talk: Intensive LLM/MA Courses

Venue: Online

Have you considered studying for a Masters in Law, but the time commitment has always stopped you?

Join us for an online talk introducing the Intensive LLM/MA - a postgraduate course of study where face-to-face teaching is conducted over a concentrated period of time (2 weeks in March and 2 weeks in June), allowing you to gain a postgraduate qualification without disrupting your existing work and family life.

Programme Director, Professor Stewart Motha will discuss how the programme is taught, how it is assessed and the benefits of studying at Birkbeck.

This will take place in an online 'chat-room'. Professor Motha will present live via a video feed and you will be able to post any questions you may have via instant messaging.

The link for this will be posted here shortly.

Which programmes are available?

Constitutional Politics, Law and Theory (LLM)
Human Rights (LLM / MA)
International Economic Law (LLM)

Why Study On The Intensive Programme?

Are you looking to change careers, move sector or build on your existing skills and training? Whether you live in the UK, Europe or internationally, this is your opportunity to study in London without having to set up a new home, or leave your current job.

Are you a skilled professional, activist or public/private sector worker with experience or an interest in law? The Intensive Masters programmes are designed so that you can conduct postgraduate study without substantially disrupting your existing work and family life.

Are you looking for a new and better job but you need to acquire more skills, knowledge and qualifications? We focus on major social, economic and legal developments. Use your knowledge and experience to acquire new skills in a rapidly changing world.

We will be hosting Virtual Taster Evenings for the following courses:

International Economic Law, Justice and Development (LLM) 20 November, 17.15-17.45

Constitutional Politics, Law and Theory (LLM) 21 November, 17.00-17.30

Human Rights (LLM/MA) 21 November, 18.00-18.30

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