The University of Southampton Law School has invited applications for its one-year LL.M. course in Finance Law. The programme covers the entire range of financial markets, their regulation and the principal legal issues that will imbue students with knowledge about the finance industry and the skills to work in that field.
The Southampton Law School is offering 30 per cent scholarships to suitably qualified Indian students on its postgraduate LL.M. programmes. Students applying for the programme are required to have a degree in Law or its international equivalent, but account may also be taken of practical experience within the relevant field of study. English language requirements are at IELTS 7.0 with no less than 6.0 in any component.
The annual fee for the programme is £13,500. The programme commences in September.