School of Law

Oxford Brookes University

Law [Law, Globalisation and Development]

The LLM in International Law, Globalisation and Development provides the opportunity to study the history, theories and application of the concepts of development and globalisation under international law. The course covers contemporary topics such as foreign investment, food security, the right to development and self-determination, post-conflict and transitional countries, and conflicts over energy and resources.

Entry requirements

A good Honours degree, or an equivalent degree awarded by a university outside the United Kingdom. The degree may be in law or in a related discipline. In addition, students whose 1st or main language is not English must provide evidence of English language proficiency such as an IELTS minimum score of 6.5.

Course modules

  • law, globalisation and development
  • advanced legal research methods

3 options from:

  • international law
  • international economic law
  • international human rights: law and institutions
  • international human right: law and practice
  • international humanitarian law
  • international criminal law
  • international refugees and migrants
  • international intellectual property law
  • international investment law
  • corporate governance and corporate social responsibility
  • international labour law
  • international environmental law
  • 15000-word Master's dissertation.


Qualification Study mode Fee Course duration
LLM Full-time £ 6,520 per Academic year (home fees) 12 months
LLM Full-time £ 13,100 per Academic year (overseas fees) 12 months
LLM Part-time £ 3,330 per Academic year (home fees) 24 months

Campus details

Campus name Town Postcode Region Main campus Campus Partner
Headington Campus Oxford OX3 0BP South East

Key information

Campus or study location: 
Oxford Brookes University