Each pathway has a different list of core modules to choose from, but you only have to choose at least three of them.
Your other modules can be chosen from any of the modules available on our LLM pathways in that year. If you follow the LLM General pathway, you can choose any six modules from those available.
The list below reflects the latest information we have:
Students may also be allowed to choose one of their six modules from those offered by the Political Science and International Studies department. Some of the modules available include:
- Global Environmental Governance
- Sex, Death Gender and (in)security
- Ethnic Conflict and its Management: Theories and Cases
- Arguing against Tyranny
- Democracy and Development (please note this module has priority for POLSIS students and spaces for LLM students may be limited or unavailable)
- Globalisation and Governance
- Terrorism and Political Violence
- Post-conflict Peacebuilding and the International Order
- Authoritarianism and Development (please note this module has priority for POLSIS students and spaces for LLM students may be limited or unavailable)
(Please note that the list is indicative only and subject to change beyond the Law School’s control).
Detailed descriptions of modules.
Please note that the optional module information listed on the website for this programme is intended to be indicative, and the availability of optional modules may vary from year to year. Where a module is no longer available we will let you know as soon as we can and help you to make other choices.