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Postgraduate Law at London’s Evening University

Gain a prestigious University of London postgraduate law qualification, through full or part time evening study, at Birkbeck. Situated in Bloomsbury, the heart of London’s academic community, Birkbeck School of Law enjoys an international reputation for critical and interdisciplinary teaching and research. Postgraduate programmes offered in 2014/15 include:

LLM/MA Criminal Law and Criminal Justice LLM Constitutional Law, Theory and Politics LLM/MA in Human Rights LLM International Economic Law, Justice and Development LLM Law and Social Justice Masters in Research in Law (MRes) MPhil/PhD We also offer flexible modes of study including an LLM (General) allowing students to choose modules from across our LLM/MA programmes and LLM Intensive programmes LLM Human Rights; LLM International Economic Law, Justice and Development; LLM Law Democracy and Human Welfare: Global Perspectives. For further information email or call 020 7631 6511. London’s evening university


If you are looking to get ahead with an international career there’s never been a more exciting time at UCLan! Our postgraduate programmes are underpinned by world-leading research, innovative approaches and real-world experience. You will join a research culture and benefit from links with international agencies, NGOs, governmental ministries, community groups and businesses. MA International Relations MA Global Security and Justice

MA Religion, Culture and Society MA Education and Religion in Society

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MA IN REFUGEE PROTECTION AND FORCED MIGRATION STUDIES Who is a refugee? What are states’ obligations towards displaced people? Who should be protecting refugees? Apply now for the first distance learning MA in Refugee Protection and Forced Migration Studies. If you work, or want to work in organisations in this area, this Masters will give you: • a prestigious qualification that will open doors in your career • the tools to work in the field and to undertake campaigning and advocacy work • an understanding of the fundamental issues and debates and the key legal concepts. Benefit from supported online learning As you study by online learning you can fit your studies around your other commitments. You also will be able to share insights and ideas with others across the world who are studying on this programme. Developed by leading academics The MA in Refugee Protection and Forced Migration Studies was developed by the Refugee Law Initiative, a University of London research centre. The lead academics will draw on their wide practical expertise. Application deadline 1 September 2014. Find out more and apply online

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