Postgraduate Certificate in Media and Entertainment Law
Complete this PGCert in just 9 months. If you can't commit to an extensive period of study or are looking to upskill in a relatively short time frame, this is the perfect route!
It's also a great opportunity to test the waters of postgraduate study without making a long-term commitment.
When does it start and how long is the programme?
Your Postgraduate Certificate commences in October 2023 and is delivered over a period of 9 months.
Successful progression in the programme can qualify you to upgrade to the Postgraduate Diploma or the LLM.
What are the entry requirements?
- You should have a good honours degree in Law or another discipline form a UK university or overseas equivalent, or an appropriate professional qualification.
- The requirements of a Second Class degree may be waived
- Some background knowledge of law is useful, but a degree in law is not essential.
English Language Requirements
If English is not your first language, an IELTS score of 6.0 (including a minimum of 5.5 in each component) or equivalent is normally required if applicable.
Course Format and Assessment
- To successfully complete the programme, students must pass each module.
- Assessments will incorporate coursework, research assignments, presenting reports and writing essays.
- There will be no examinations requiring attendance at a venue.
- You will also be expected to participate in the virtual learning environment with tutors and fellow students. y.
How You Will Learn
Each module uses a variety of learning tools combined into a varied, interactive programme with resources including:
- Detailed study guides
- Electronic documents, readings, case studies and coursework
- Pre-recorded lectures, asynchronous seminars and tutorials
- Traditional textbooks
- Online multimedia content
- Interactive discussion groups
The modules are made available to you following a schedule that allows you to work at your own pace but keep in sequence with the assessment requirements. Each module is broken into a series of units and lessons, making the content manageable and assisting with your time allocation throughout the programme.