Thinking about a postgraduate degree in Law?

Students across all degree disciplines with an interest in studying a Master’s degree in law are invited to drop in to the Law School’s unique new ‘Open House’ event on Wednesday 1 June.

Law School staff and students will be welcoming visitors to the Eliot Extension foyer between 12.00-14.00, offering students an informal opportunity to explore their options, to learn more about the Kent LLM and to enjoy a free slice of pizza!

The Kent LLM attracts excellent law graduates from around the world and is also open to non-law graduates who wish to develop an advanced understanding of law in their field.

Students have the opportunity to develop specialisms in a host of subject areas including: Criminal Justice; Environmental Law; European Law; International Commercial Law; International Criminal Justice; International Environmental Law; International Law with International Relations; International Law; Medical Law and Ethics; and Human Rights Law. The innovative nature of the programme means that students have the option to leave their choice of specialism open until after they arrive, with their specialisms being determined by the modules that they select.

Details of modules are available online and an insight into the student experience can be gained by reading the Mastering Law blog.

A new system of postgraduate loans for Master’s degrees in the UK has been introduced for the 2016-17 academic year. Available to home and EU students for both full-time and part-time study, the new loans will provide up to ¬£10,000 a year for taught and research Master’s courses in all subject areas. They are subject to eligibility criteria based on age, nationality and residency.