Law LLM (Environmental & Natural Resources Law) LLM Track


Pathway Modules

All IMP students will take modules worth 60 credits including 40 credits of Language Centre core modules and 20 credits of undergraduate (UG) programme modules. 

Language Centre Modules (40 credits)

  • LC5001 Independent Research Project I (15 credits)
  • LC5002 Research Methods: Interdisciplinary Project (10 credits)
  • LC5003 Critical Disciplinary Approaches (5 credits)
  • LC5004 Independent Research Project II (10 credits)

Law Modules (20 credits)

  • LW1107 Law of Torts II (5 credits)
  • LW1112 Constitutional & Institutional Law of the EU (5 credits)
  • LW2216 Humanitarianism and the Law (5 credits)
  • LW3372 Environmental Law: Contemporary Issues in Governance, Regulation, and Enforcement (5 credits)

International Master’s Pathway Entry Requirements

  • Academic Qualification: 2:2 equivalent (minimum 50% overall).
  • English Language Entry Requirements: 5.5 minimum IELTS in all skills or equivalent.
  • Interview: If your application has been successful, you will be invited to an interview. On successful completion of the interview, you will be given a full offer for the pathway.

LLM (Environmental & Natural Resources Law) Progression Requirements

You will be given a conditional offer and will only be guaranteed a place if, at the end of the pathway, you successfully meet the following progression requirements:

  • Academic Qualification: 2:1 equivalent (minimum 60% overall).
  • English Language Entry Requirements: 6.5 IELTS with a minimum of 6.0 in individual skills, or equivalent in the accepted admissions test. 

How to apply

Application process for the International Master’s Pathway:

Stage 1 Apply for the  LLM in Environmental and Natural Resources Law and write ‘International Masters Pathway’ in your statement

Stage 2 
You will receive an invitation to meet with the International Pathway team.

Apply now

If you would like more information regarding the pathway or have questions about the application process, please email and we will contact you. 

The closing date for non-EU applications is 30 June 2024.

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