*This module is only for students who are applying for the Distance Learning Postgraduate Certificate/Diploma/LLM in Computer and Communications Law (Distance Learning).*
This pre-sessional law will enable non-law graduates to gain the legal methods, research and writing skills necessary for study on the:
If you do not have a law degree or legal experience, but have a degree in a subject area related to Computer and Communications Law, such as business, marketing, IT or media studies.
This module will:
This module will cover:
Application deadline: 22 July 2018 (Programme start date: 29 August 2018)
Upper second class degree in IT related fields including business, media and engineering.
This pre-sessional module on Legal Systems, Research Skills and Writing for IT Law for non-law graduates is for those who are applying for the Distance Learning programmes: Postgraduate Certificate/Diploma/LLM in Computer and Communications Law (Distance Learning).
Applicants should apply for one of the above programmes, if you do not meet the entry requirements for that programme you will be considered for the Pre-sessional Legal Systems, Research Skills and Writing for IT Law, with a conditional offer made for the Certificate programme.
Applicants that commence on the Pre-sessional Legal Systems, Research Skills and Writing for IT Law will be made a conditional offer for the Certificate programme commencing January and are advised to make a gradual progression to their desired programme Diploma or LLM. On the Certificate programme you will be required to take the core module Legal Principles and Concepts in Computer and Communications Law plus a further three modules of your choice.
Part time £1,800
Part time £1,800
Distance learning students are not eligible for Queen Mary funding.
To apply contact KNect365 Learning:
Phone: +44 (0)20 7017 4237