?An intriguing area of study with superb employment prospects, insurance law is a dynamic field that is continually developing in response to new legislation. The LLM Insurance Law is one of just a few masters degrees to offer a comprehensive understanding of this fascinating subject, taught by inspiring academics and informed by the latest research being conducted within the Law School’s prestigious Insurance Law Research Group. As well as studying insurance law and marine insurance law in depth, you’ll be able to tailor your course by choosing from a range of complementary modules that draw on our academics’ extensive expertise in areas such as maritime, company and intellectual property law. You can also choose a topic of interest for your dissertation that will showcase your skills and knowledge to potential recruiters. Part of a close-knit learning community, you’ll receive plenty of academic and career support to help you achieve your goals. Your specialist knowledge will give you the advantage when it comes to applying for jobs in the insurance sector, or you might opt to explore this rich area of law further at PhD level.
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In accordance with University regulations, applicants whose first language is not English must provide evidence of competency in English by offering one of the recognised tests in English. Alternatively, you should supply evidence that you have undertaken formal study in English at an institution that teaches award-bearing programmes in English.
The following test scores are accepted for direct entry:
IELTS 7.0 with 6.0 in each component
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A score of IELTS 6.5 with a minimum of 6.0 in each component together with satisfactory completion of the six week LLM Pre-sessional programme on English legal language and skills will be accepted.
Please see here for more information about the LLM Pre-sessional.
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The LLM Insurance Law will give you a career advantage by equipping you with specialist knowledge as well as exceptional research, critical analysis and communication skills. You could become a solicitor or barrister, or go into insurance broking, insurance underwriting or claims management, or join an insurance company’s in-house graduate scheme.
The degree is also excellent preparation for further research; many of our graduates have begun PhDs to continue their insurance law studies.