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Starting 21st October 2024

Application Deadline 4th October 2024

Postgraduate Diploma in Media and Entertainment Law

Complete this PGDip in 18 months and improve your job prospects and earning potential! 

If you are committed to your studies, have a long-term goal in mind, and are able to put in the required study time each week, this is your opportunity to develop specialist knowledge in Media and Entertainment Law.

What you will Study?

When does it start and how long is the programme?

Your Postgraduate Diploma commences in October 2024 and is delivered over a period of 18 months. 

Successful progression in the programme can qualify you to upgrade to 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.

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.