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Course summary

This programme seeks to enhance your employability and promotion prospects in law careers, developing skills appropriate to these occupations as well as ones within allied or related areas. Whether or not a career in law is ultimately pursued, you will be provided with a set of intellectual and practical skills which will aid your career development. Holders of this award may also find positions in the fields of education and research, including continuing their study for a PhD. The University of Wolverhampton’s thriving postgraduate community demonstrates the strength of its approach, each graduate equipped with highly valued academic and research skills, as well as transferrable skills which enhance employability in law, research and academic endeavours.


International Commercial Awareness; Alternative Dispute Resolution for Commercial Legal Disputes; Company Law; Legal Issues in Property; Financial Services and Financial Crime; International Corporate Governance; Intellectual Property Law; International Corporate Insolvency.

Entry requirements

A 2:2 or above honours degree in law, or joint law programmes, such as Business and Law or other joint law subjects. Non-standard applicants without the above qualifications but have significant experience in the appropriate subject areas may be accepted on the course if it is considered they may be able to cope with the rigours of the programme. Students may be required to attend an interview.

Fees and funding

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