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two hours by car from London and less by train, Nottingham is a popular student alternative to the capital. As the commercial centre for the East Midlands, it is home to major UK and international companies, and financial and government offices.


International students are well supported by Nottingham Law School in terms of exploring a new legal culture and new legal language.


Furthermore, we offer international students who do not meet the full academic requirements, the opportunity to apply for a pre-Masters course which will introduce them to law and language, and enable them to obtain LLM places. As places are limited, you are encouraged to submit your application as early as possible to avoid disappointment. Please allow additional processing time for international applications from


countries that require a visa.


The full-time LLM programmes extend over a 12-month academic year commencing in September. The LLM programmes share one common module; the Dissertation. In addition, you will also study six elective and compulsory modules pertinent to the award that you wish to obtain. For a named LLM you will be expected to study certain subject core modules. Nottingham is a friendly, thriving city in the heart of England, at the centre of a web of road and rail links that makes most parts of the country easily accessible. Around


Trade, commerce, manufacturing and education have brought people to Nottingham from all over the world, offering an exciting mix of cultures and backgrounds. The large student population in this city of around 300,000 creates a vibrant multicultural society with opportunities for all. For further information on the LLM programmes, studying at Nottingham Law School and the city of Nottingham please visit our web pages: http://www.ntu.ac.uk/ nls/courses/Postgraduate_ and_professional/ LLM_courses/index. html?source=ukgradmag


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