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Course summary

Entertainment, in forms such as music, film, media, sports and the arts, is a large part of life globally. It's a combination of society, popular culture and commerce, and the interaction of these with law produces an exciting, contemporary subject. It's an area deeply affected by technological progress as well as business adaptation. Our Entertainment Law LLM combines academic analysis and commercial practice elements of entertainment law in an international perspective. The diverse nature of entertainment law will enable you to follow a number of relevant specialisms, all of which are underpinned by issues of contract and intellectual property. The course is for you if you're a graduate from a law background, or if you're from a non-law background but have significant relevant experience. There have been many successful international graduates on the course from all over the world. Studying this course will give you the opportunity to explore new ideas, thoughts and academic experiences within a supportive environment. The course aims to develop your understanding of how key fields within the entertainment industries operate, to assess the impact of the law upon them, and give you the practical skills necessary to succeed in a career in entertainment and media law.

Entry requirements

A minimum of a lower second class honours degree (2:2) in Law, or a degree with a skills profile which shows an aptitude for legal study. This course has been very successfully completed by a wide variety of non-law graduates. If Law is not the subject of your first degree, evidence of Law-based modules or relevant experience should be supplied. Applicants without standard qualifications, who have two years of professional experience in the relevant field will be considered. If your first language is not English you should have an IELTS 6.5 with at least 6.0 in writing. Applicants are required to submit one academic reference or one professional reference, if employed.

Fees and funding

Tuition fees

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Entertainment Law at University of Westminster, London - UCAS