The pathway in International Financial Law is a widely respected specialist LLM with an international reputation. It focuses on the law, documentation and legal issues affecting major transactions in global financial markets and their regulation. It benefits from an unrivalled London location, and is taught by a practitioner-led faculty providing cutting edge teaching expertise in the field.
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Reputed teaching team made up of senior academics with a strong practitioner background, giving the specialist LLM its strength and credibility.
Wide-ranging selection of modules, many unique in this area, covering fields which are major practice areas in global and regional law firms in major financial centres and with investment banks.
Opportunities to listen to and meet with a range of guest speakers, including partners from global law firms.
New exciting scholarship offerings for our LLM programme for entry 2015: The Yeoh Tiong Lay Scholarship Programme, The Bosco Tso and Emily Ng Scholarship Programme and the Nigerian Law Scholars Fund. Please note that the new Norman Spink Scholarship Fund has recently been announced for 2015 entry. For more information, please see our Law Scholarship information page.
For UK/EU applicants, please note our King's Master's Support Scheme 2015-16 (deadline for application 29 May 2015), exclusively aimed at widening access to PG study, where up to 273 new awards of £10,000 will be available to students looking to pursue master’s study in 2015. For more information on this scheme and other available King's PGT funding, please visit our funding webpages.
One year FT, two years to four years PT, September to September.
In a competitive world we can give you the competitive edge to take your career to the next level. Thatís why youíll find our LLM programme is supplemented by opportunities to develop your skills and professional networks. The result is that students are presented with a wide range of employment destinations when they leave; from positions at the European Central Bank, European Commission and UN to commercial roles as investment bank analysts, tax or public affairs advisers, as well as careers in the legal profession; accountancy; management consultancy; human rights organisations and other voluntary bodies; academia.