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Course summary

In an era of unprecedented global challenges, mastering the intricacies of law and finance is more essential than ever. The MSc Law & Finance course is tailored to provide this expertise, combining deep academic insights with practical applications to bridge the gap between these interrelated disciplines.  Delivered jointly by the School of Law and the Business School, the course ensures an unparalleled educational experience. Drawing on the robust expertise of the School of Law, it covers areas such as financial, corporate, tax, competition, commercial, and banking law. This solid foundation is complemented by the Business School’s proficiency in economics, finance, accounting, and risk management, providing a unique and comprehensive educational journey.  The MSc Law & Finance course is both analytical and practical, designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to unravel complex topics such as contracts, financial regulation, corporate governance, and risk management. Our integrated approach enables students to understand and navigate the legal frameworks and financial systems that govern global transactions, equipping them to tackle contemporary challenges and adapt to the evolution of financial technology.  Irrespective of whether your background is more in law or finance, we ensure you’ll develop the necessary skills to succeed. This is facilitated through ongoing support throughout the course, including language support for international students.


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Assessment method

The assessment structure of the course consists of various components across two semesters, supplemented by a dissertation to be completed over the summer period. This multifaceted approach allows us to measure your aptitude and development in several areas, providing a comprehensive evaluation of your academic attainment.

Entry requirements

A bachelor degree with a 2:1 (hons) in law or a relevant business degree such as accounting, finance, economics or mathematics. Applicants without a law degree will nevertheless be expected to have taken some law modules at undergraduate level or during previous postgraduate study. English language requirements: IELTS 6.5 overall, with no less than 6.0 in all components. Visit our website for full entry requirements, including the alternative qualifications we accept.

Fees and funding

Tuition fees

No fee information has been provided for this course

Additional fee information

Fees are listed on our website:
Law and Finance at University of Leeds - UCAS