I received my letter of confirmation from University of London and am now officially a Student of Law under Queen Mary, University of London. I will be working towards a Masters in Laws LLM but due to my PhD study in Manchester that I’ve deferred to 2013, I will articulate the LLM first with a PGCert in Law. Then the PhD. Then the LLM.
For the PGCert I will be specialising on Computer and Communications Law. Graduation for the PGCert will be this October, upon which I will take a 3 year sabbatical to complete my PhD, and then continue with my LLM route specialising in Public Law for the Diploma phase and then Criminology and Criminal Justice in the final LLM phase. However, since my PhD research is on distance education, I may perhaps use the end-user experience of enrolling in a distance programme to justify findings.
Renowned for excellence in legal education, the University of London is one of the largest and most respected institutions in the world. We’ve been offering the opportunity for students around the world to obtain the Master of Laws (LLM) of the University of London since 1925.
The Postgraduate Laws programme has been developed by academics within Queen Mary and UCL Law departments, both of which have outstanding reputations (both 5-star faculties). You’re assessed to the same standard as students studying at the College.
If so happens I am able to complete the first phase by the expected exam date October, I will continue with either the Diploma phase or enrol for the Cert Management offered by University of Wales.