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    Focus your study with our exciting and diverse postgraduate courses

Master's courses

The University of Reading School of Law is a leading UK law school with a world-class reputation and global outlook.

The School of Law's  dynamic and international learning environment combines excellent teaching with first-class research, aimed at taking your learning to the next level. Our School comprises renowned experts from across the main fields of domestic, European and international law.

Our LLM courses are truly global, with students from 75 countries and counting. 

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"The year I spent at Reading was definitely my best academic year in all respects. The courses were extremely interesting, and my experience definitely gave me sufficient skill and knowledge to prepare myself to work in European law firms and institutions.”

Constance Beyeler

LLM graduate

challenging and engaging study

Our excellent range of master's courses cater for wide-ranging interests.

flexible learning styles

Benefit from a flexible structure that enables you to pursue your passions, and a diverse and welcoming learning environment.

fantastic career prospects

Further your skills, knowledge and experience to progress on your career path. Find out how your master's degree in law can open doors to a wide range of career opportunities. 

explore our master's courses

We offer a wide range of exciting master's courses, offering you the opportunity to study areas including international law, human rights, global crisis, international commercial law, energy and natural resources, corporate finance, commerce, arbitration and law and society.

Find out more about our courses through the areas outlined below:

interested in studying for a master's degree in law?

We're on hand to answer your questions and to help you decide if you'd like to join us for your postgraduate study.

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