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Masters Programs in Law Studies 2022 in Oxford in United Kingdom

A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.Depending on one’s preferences, becoming a professional in law and regulations may lead one to a number of different subdivisions. Among the most popular of these specializatio… Read more

A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.

Depending on one’s preferences, becoming a professional in law and regulations may lead one to a number of different subdivisions. Among the most popular of these specializations are commercial law, regulatory theory and international relations.

Oxford is a university town, home to the oldest England’s university that is established in 1096 or earlier (exact year is unknown). Another university dates from late 19th century, and there are also one Islamic university and one independent college.

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UNIV University College Oxford
Oxford, United Kingdom

The Oxford Law Degree provides an excellent foundation for students to go on to pursue professional legal qualifications, but it also engages students in moral, philosophical, ... +

The Oxford Law Degree provides an excellent foundation for students to go on to pursue professional legal qualifications, but it also engages students in moral, philosophical, political, and social problems that are intellectually demanding and will develop your independent analytical skills. As a student, small, discussion-based tutorials complement your independent research and essay writing, allowing you to develop advanced skills of logical analysis and independent thought. A range of final year options allows students to deepen and stretch the knowledge acquired after the first two years. The course encourages you to examine the nature of the Law, but also to interrogate it and question how it might be different. Some topics are chosen for their intellectual interest rather than simply because of their relevance to current practice – for example, the first year includes a module on Roman Law. -
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