Two October info events and one lecture in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro

King's College London (KCL) will be presenting its study programs - including its LL.M. programs - for prospective students from Brazil at two October events in São Paulo (on October 25) and Rio de Janeiro (October 26).

These presentations will provide general information on programs of study, the application process, scholarships, and life in London.

Prospective students interested in studying law will have a special opportunity to attend sessions focused on Law at King's, which will be given by a King's Law academic. Students will also be able to address questions to members of the King's School of Law faculty and international team.

On October 24, the Right Honourable Sir Robin Auld FKC of the King's College London Campaign Board will be giving a lecture, followed by an evening reception, in São Paulo, Brazil. Sir Robin, a KCL alumnus, is a former Lord Justice of Appeal, England and Wales, and is currently Justice of the Court of Appeal, Bermuda.

To book your place at any of the above events, please visit the website for prospective KCL students from Brazil.

To read more about the LL.M. programs at KCL, please see visit the KCL School of Law LL.M. website or their full LLM GUIDE directory profile.

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