University of London to End Intercollegiate LL.M. in 2007

Last intercollegiate program begins this September

Prospective students interested in LL.M. programs in London should be advised that the last intercollegiate LL.M. will begin in September 2006. From September 2007 (the next academic year), the participating University of London colleges (King's College London, University College London, Queen Mary, and School of Oriental and African Studies) will offer their own LL.M. programs.

Queries about the future LL.M. course offerings at the four colleges can be made directly to the law departments.

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