LLM in Law (General)

LLM in Law (General)

The LLM programme is designed to enhance students' legal skills and enrich their knowledge of a variety of legal subjects across a broad spectrum from criminal law, to competition law, property and human rights law. It is suited to those looking for an advanced legal education but who do not wish to focus on a single branch of law. The range of choice is designed to facilitate students to develop their own unique profile in combining various branches of the law into which they will develop the deeper knowledge and understanding brought about by postgraduate study.

Bachelor of Laws (Graduate Entry)

Bachelor of Laws (Graduate Entry)

The LLB (Graduate Entry) programme is a two year full-time programme specifically designed to provide a legal education to graduates in disciplines other than law. Graduates from any discipline other than law may apply and no prior legal knowledge is necessary. Entry is competitive and the minimum entry requirement is a 2nd class honours grade 2 undergraduate degree. The programme is ideally suited to graduates who wish to supplement their primary studies with a legal education or to graduates who are seeking a career change.

MA in Languages and ICT Content Development

MA in Languages and ICT Content Development

The MA in Languages and ICT Content Development is a one-year taught MA and is offered on a full-time basis using a combination of faculty-student contact hours and self-directed learning and research. The purpose of this programme is to equip graduates with the skills needed to design and develop multimedia content and technology-enhanced learning solutions in German, French or Spanish.

Grad Dip/MA in Journalism

Grad Dip/MA in Journalism

The Graduate Diploma/MA in Journalism is a one year full-time, or a two year part-time programme. The course teaches professional skills vital to all journalists entering the ever changing multimedia work place. These skills include: news and feature writing; broadcasting; multimedia journalism; interviewing; investigative reporting and research methods. The application of these professional skills to print, broadcasting and multimedia journalism, will be a major part of the course.

MA in Irish-German Studies

MA in Irish-German Studies

The MA in Irish-German Studies is a unique programme harnessing particular strengths in UL thanks to the Centre for Irish-German Studies while combining it with attractive and complementary existing MA programmes in Ireland (Galway), Germany (Berlin, Lüneburg and Jena), Austria (Vienna) and Switzerland (Bern). It aims to attract highly qualified students who will benefit from a strongly interdisciplinary and internationally focused academic programme.

International Symposium on Bilingualism (ISB11)

International Symposium on Bilingualism (ISB11)

MA in International Studies

MA in International Studies

The MA in International Studies is a one year, full-time programme which uses the disciplinary insights provided by international relations theories to investigate and explain contemporary international issues such as terrorism, nuclear proliferation, global inequality and child soldiers. Core modules are supplemented by a wide range of departmental electives, allowing students develop expertise in areas of their own interests.

LLM in International Commercial Law

LLM in International Commercial Law

The LLM in International Commercial Law has been a very successful programme since its inception, with, on average, over 88% of graduates finding employment within a year of graduation. The programme will be particularly attractive to law graduates who wish to develop a specialisation in commercial law, and especially an ability to understand and apply commercial law in multi-jurisdictional scenarios.

LLM/MA in Human Rights in Criminal Justice

LLM/MA in Human Rights in Criminal Justice

The LLM/MA in Human Rights in Criminal Justice is designed to give graduates an understanding of the interaction between human rights and criminal justice in the 21st century and knowledge of the legal actors, supervisory bodies and institutions central to the field. Students will be given an in-depth understanding of the legal regimes operating at national, regional and global levels and sources of human rights law in the field of criminal justice.

MA in History of the Family (Online)

MA in History of the Family (Online)

The central purpose of the MA in the History of the Family is to combine the strengths of two traditions: that of the independent researcher into family history and that of established disciplines in history particularly the well developed sub discipline of the history of the family. The objective is a history that is fully contextualised, culturally significant and academically grounded. It will consist of six modules. The modules will run consecutively; three during semester one and two during semester two.

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