course structure LL.M. Glasgow


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Hello everyone,

I am interested in an LL.M. in IP law in Glasgow, starting in September 2014. I have one question about the structure of the program:

I understand that each course has 15 seminar sessions of 2 hours within the 22 teaching weeks. Can anyone explain what that means? Does the seminar only take place in 2 of 3 weeks, or are there other lectures in the remaining 7 weeks? Does someone have a sample of a timetable?

Thanks a lot for your help and best regards from Germany :-)

Hello everyone,

I am interested in an LL.M. in IP law in Glasgow, starting in September 2014. I have one question about the structure of the program:

I understand that each course has 15 seminar sessions of 2 hours within the 22 teaching weeks. Can anyone explain what that means? Does the seminar only take place in 2 of 3 weeks, or are there other lectures in the remaining 7 weeks? Does someone have a sample of a timetable?

Thanks a lot for your help and best regards from Germany :-)
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The LLM courses at Glasgow are seminar based with each course having 15 x two hour seminars. The University is organised into two x 11 week semesters, so the 15 seminars are split over a 22 week period meaning you will not have a class every week.

You will find the timetable for session 2013/14 on the current enrolment page -
http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/law/enrolment/postgraduatetaught/

The LLM courses at Glasgow are seminar based with each course having 15 x two hour seminars. The University is organised into two x 11 week semesters, so the 15 seminars are split over a 22 week period meaning you will not have a class every week.

You will find the timetable for session 2013/14 on the current enrolment page -
http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/law/enrolment/postgraduatetaught/
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Thanks for the reply! :-)

Thanks for the reply! :-)
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