Deadlines for programs at 30 law schools in the United Kingdom & Ireland

Below is a short list of application deadlines for full-time, taught LL.M. programs in the United Kingdom or Ireland beginning in Fall 2013. The 30 law schools listed below were chosen based on the most-viewed UK/Ireland university profiles on LLM GUIDE.

Oxford - January 18

Kings - March 31

LSE -
 - LL.M.: No formal deadline
 - Executive LL.M.: 2 months prior to start of program

Queen Mary - May 1

Edinburgh - July 31

Cambridge - LL.M.: November 15; MCL: January 15

UCL - May 1

City - No deadline information.

Essex - No deadline information.

Glasgow - July 19 (international); August 23 (UK/EU)

Nottingham Trent - No deadline information.

Trinity Dublin - June 1

Aberdeen - End June

Kent - No formal deadline.

Reading - Recommended: June 1 (international); August 1 (UK)

Manchester - August 15

Liverpool - By June (recommended)

Southampton - No formal deadline.

Nottingham - May 31

Strathclyde - Mid-July (overseas); mid-August (EU)

Dundee - June 28; CEPMLP programs: March 31

Swansea - July 31 (encouraged)

Exeter - May 10 (international); July 26 (UK/EU)

Bristol - June 1 (international); July 1 (UK/EU)

Warwick - No deadline information.

SOAS - June 30

Sheffield - No formal deadline.

Durham - End of February (encouraged)

Westminster - No deadline information.

NUI Galway - December 15 (round 1); February 15 (round 2); March 31 (round 3); May 1 (round 4); June 1 (round 5)

Important: All prospective students are advised to double-check application deadlines with the law schools they are interested as soon as possible before applying.

For more information about the LL.M. programs at specific schools, please follow the links below.

Comments


Related Law Schools

Oxford, United Kingdom 730 Followers 780 Discussions
Reading, United Kingdom 63 Followers 29 Discussions
Southampton, United Kingdom 43 Followers 122 Discussions
Aberdeen, United Kingdom 133 Followers 238 Discussions
Dundee, United Kingdom 75 Followers 113 Discussions
Edinburgh, United Kingdom 361 Followers 460 Discussions
Glasgow, United Kingdom 74 Followers 94 Discussions
Swansea, United Kingdom 63 Followers 102 Discussions
Dublin, Ireland 99 Followers 79 Discussions
Galway, Ireland 54 Followers 37 Discussions
Sheffield, United Kingdom 25 Followers 26 Discussions
Coventry, United Kingdom 62 Followers 115 Discussions
Glasgow, United Kingdom 155 Followers 120 Discussions
Nottingham, United Kingdom 107 Followers 271 Discussions
Nottingham, United Kingdom 104 Followers 52 Discussions
Manchester, United Kingdom 114 Followers 176 Discussions
Bristol, United Kingdom 75 Followers 150 Discussions
Cambridge, United Kingdom 666 Followers 701 Discussions
Canterbury, United Kingdom 130 Followers 106 Discussions
Colchester, United Kingdom 96 Followers 181 Discussions
Durham, United Kingdom 55 Followers 176 Discussions
Exeter, United Kingdom 21 Followers 40 Discussions
London, United Kingdom 74 Followers 145 Discussions
London, United Kingdom 689 Followers 878 Discussions
London, United Kingdom 643 Followers 866 Discussions
London, United Kingdom 807 Followers 804 Discussions
London, United Kingdom 70 Followers 168 Discussions
London, United Kingdom 516 Followers 862 Discussions
London, United Kingdom 55 Followers 71 Discussions
Liverpool, United Kingdom 40 Followers 20 Discussions

More LLM News

University of Chicago Now Offering Three-Year JD / MBA

Oct 03, 2019

More LLM News

LLM Articles

An LL.M. in New York City: Why the Big Apple is a Great Place to Study Law

Oct 11, 2019

From the myriad top law schools to the ability to mingle with some of the countries’ most influential lawyers, New York offers it all

LL.M. Applications: What to do When You’ve Been Waitlisted

Sep 09, 2019

“Waitlisting” candidates is a growing trend, but there are many concrete steps that an applicant can take to improve their chances of admission to a top LL.M. course

LL.M. Programs in California: From Hollywood to the Redwoods

Aug 15, 2019

With beautiful deserts in the south and towering forests in the north, it’s no surprise that the diverse state of California is the number one in America for international students.

More Articles

Related Top 10 Lists

More Top 10 Lists