What is the LLM?
- LLM stands for ‘Master of Laws’
- LLB/JD graduates can leverage their general legal knowledge into LLM specializations that qualify them as law practice niche experts
Why should I study the LLM?
- Law firms, boutiques, corporations and government want to hire specialists that can provide added value services to clients
- LLB/JD graduates and lawyers are increasingly recognizing the need to obtain a graduate legal career credential to acquire legal expert status and overcome the underemployment predicament confronting general law degree holders
What is the MA Law?
- MA Law stands for ‘Master of Arts Law’
- Aspiring professionals can leverage their undergraduate degree into a graduate MA Law degree specialization that qualifies them as a legal services specialist in career niches in their preferred professional field
Is the MA Law right for me?
- Having legal services niche expertise in your professional field enables you to stand out as a preferred recruitment candidate
- Consultants, public sector agencies, NGOs, non-profits, health services, international human rights organizations, social services and advocacy agencies want to hire legal services specialists with niche expertise in the increasingly complex regulatory environment
Professional Career Launcher can offer this unique free service because our funding is provided from the British universities that have appointed us to represent them. This means we can offer students a choice in terms of programs, institutions and geographical locations in the UK.
No we cannot. All final decisions are made by the Admissions team at each university and decisions are based on your own academic qualifications, standardized test results, personal statement and reference, and in some cases, a portfolio of work or audition tape. However we believe that by using our service you will increase your chances of acceptance, because we make sure that you are applying to universities that match your subject preferences and academic ability.Through our expertise and knowledge of the UK admissions process and criteria, we help you ensure that your application presents you in the best possible light to maximize your chances of acceptance.
This depends on where you are from. Our Advisors can help you determine this, and if you do need one, they will help you apply for a visa in time for your studies.
No. All of our partner universities vary and so it is best to check with a Professional Career Launcher Advisor for the exact requirements needed. Department entry grades vary within the universities and can be higher than the minimum requirements of a university.
In general international students can work for up to 20 hours a week while studying in the UK. For more information, visit the Home Office website. Professional Career Launcher's British partner universities each have a careers service to help students find an appropriate job either on campus or in the local community. They will provide a wide range of help including: - Access to job adverts - Guidance with writing CVs and job applications - Support on preparing for job interviews - Information about working in the UK.