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Starting 16 September 2024

Application Deadline 26th August 2024

LLM TMT Law - What you will study

The programme draws on our established teaching and research expertise in IT law, e-commerce law, telecommunications law, computer law and media law. You will examine the complex issues concerning national and international law, while exploring current and developing policies. You’ll learn to identify gaps, conflicts and compliance issues and develop expertise in the legal regimes governing the supply and use of technology, media and telecommunications.

You have the option to attend the annual Online Seminar Weekend for Technology, Media and Telecommunications Law Online Learning students, giving you the chance to network with staff, alumni and fellow students.

The flexible nature of this programme allows you the full benefits of studying for a recognised UK university qualification whilst still in full-time employment. You will be taught to apply your learning and expertise to your professional work straight away, helping you to further your career.

Study Options

You will need to complete 180 credits in total.

There are two part-time options:

Part Time: 2 Years - Jan 2023 (Fixed)

  • Ten taught modules
  • 10,000 word dissertation

Modules for this programme are offered on a two year cycle, and are subject to availability.

*This option has been created for students applying for the Postgraduate Student Loan. Please make sure that you check the eligibility criteria before you apply.

Part Time: 3 to 6 Years - Jan 2023 (Variable)

  • Ten taught modules
  • One 30 credits (10,000-word) dissertation 


  • Eight taught modules
  • One 60 credits (15,000-word)


  • In your taught online modules you will be assessed by coursework:
    • Tasks (30%) plus final essay (70%), or 
    • Tasks (30%) plus final assessment exercise (70%)
    • Research paper: optional attendance at the residential weekend (presentation and 5,000 word essay)
  • You will undertake more self-directed work in completing your dissertation.