LLM: Health, Law and Society

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LLM: Health, Law and Society

This distinctive LLM programme goes beyond traditional courses on healthcare law to look at the relationships between law, governance and health across society and governmental sectors. Students will enjoy the opportunity to study wide-ranging questions concerning the impacts of law, regulation, policy and practice on health and wellbeing. 

Your LLM: The University of Bristol LLM offers a variety of possibilities to study law at an advanced level and the opportunity to specialise in particular areas. There are a number of specialist programmes enabling you to study a set of related units that, together, provide a more in-depth knowledge and understanding of those themes. Alternatively, you can opt for a broader and more general set of unit choices. In all cases, you are encouraged to explore at a deeper level your chosen areas of law and to see how those legal fields operate in different contexts, considering the relevant issues theoretically and practically and from a range of perspectives. This is an exciting and stimulating set of degree programmes being offered, each of which prepares you well for many different possible careers. If you have an interest in studying law at a level beyond your undergraduate degree and are seeking to enhance your analytical, research and legal writing skills, you will find Bristol's LLM to be a challenging and rewarding experience. We have a large and vibrant international community of LLM students in Bristol

Our Prospectus: 

Our online prospectus will help give you a taster of what it will be like to study and live in Bristol.

UK/EU Full-time: £9,500

Overseas: Full-time: £18,400

UK/EU: Part-time (two years): £4,750

Further information on funding

Entry requirements to this course is an upper second-class honours degree in Law or a degree with an adequate law component. International students with equivalent qualifications should supply a transcript of their examination results (an official English translation if the original is in a language other than English).  See international equivalent qualifications on the International Office website.

95% of graduates in work or further study

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