Due to the Brexit transition period, AAU is awaiting approval from the CZ Ministry of Education for the permission to continue operating the University of London programmes in the Czech Republic under the new post-Brexit framework. The application processing takes approximately three to five months. Until then, all law students will be registered and study as Life-Long Learning students. Upon receiving permission from the Ministry, AAU will automatically change all law students back to the Standard status and they will continue as usual. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
This LLM programme enables students to study the specialised field of international intellectual property law in English here in Prague.
The University of London LLM programme, collectively referred to as Postgraduate Laws, at Anglo-American University is a full law Master’s degree programme that puts graduates on the path to become specialized lawyers or professionals. The University of London world-class LLM is of international standing. It has been the next step in the careers of thousands of practising lawyers and professionals around the world.
The Postgraduate Laws programme is one of University of London’s Laws Programmes which are taught here in Prague, Czech Republic at Anglo-American University (AAU), a Recognized Teaching Centre of the University of London.
By taking select courses offered at AAU, students may also be eligible for additional or alternative specializations: Students on the International Intellectual Property Law track may be able to also achieve specializations such as International Business Law, Medicine, and the Law, Commercial and Corporate Law, or Computer and Communications Law.
What does Postgraduate Laws include and how is this different than the LLM?
The Postgraduate Laws programme is a nested programme that includes 3 levels:
- Postgraduate Certificate in Law
- Postgraduate Diploma in Law
Therefore, the LLM is the highest level of the Postgraduate Laws programme. These three levels are nested, which means that they are each completed after a certain number of modules has been undertaken. All three levels are completed within the 16 modules needed to graduate with the LLM.
The Postgraduate Certificate is completed after 5 modules, the Postgraduate Diploma is completed after 10 modules total (including the previous 5 modules for the Certificate), and finally, the full LLM is completed after all 16 modules are passed (including the 10 modules required for the Diploma).
This means that students don’t spend any additional time or money completing all three – rather they build upon each other.
Students can earn up to 3 total specializations – one for each level. This allows students to leave the Postgraduate Laws programme, and thereby the LLM, with an impressive demonstration of their specific knowledge and education!