The top courses to help you get hired September 2021
Looking to further your education this year? We’ve got you covered…
If you’re looking to carry out postgraduate education, a law master’s could be a great way to expand your knowledge and boost your career prospects. To give you an idea of the specialisms on offer, we’ve rounded up a few of the top courses in three key fields of law.
Here are the top law courses that you could sign up for this September:
The insurance industry is the second largest industry in the UK – and it’s not hard to see why.
Insurance makes up a core part of society, protecting individuals and businesses against risks every single day. From travelling abroad or buying a house as an individual, to exporting and importing goods as a business, it all has to be insured.
This means that there is no shortage of roles within the field of insurance law. So If you’re looking for a field with great prospects, look no further.
Perfect for: People who only take calculated risks.
This LLM will provide you with the opportunity to explore insurance law, regulation and practice, online with live classes. You’ll need a UK undergraduate degree in any discipline (minimum 2:2) (or equivalent) to get started.
With so much of our lives floating in digital space, legal technology is vital to ensuring our information stays safe and secure.
Focusing on everything from the collection, storage, and dissemination of data, to intellectual property rights and software licensing, legal technology boasts a number of career paths for legal professionals.
And because technology is only becoming more popular as time goes on, it’s a future proof area to get certified in.
Perfect for: People who take secure passwords very seriously.
This MSc is an innovative, flexible programme designed for law and non-law graduates who would like to gain essential in-depth knowledge of legal technology. It’s classroom based, with study locations in London, Leeds, Manchester, and Nottingham.
This PGDip is an ideal choice for anyone looking to study legal technology at postgraduate level, without having to do a dissertation. You’ll be able to take this course in London, Leeds, or Manchester, and you’ll need an undergraduate degree to start studying.
Business law is a popular area of study, enabling you to branch into areas such as government services, banking, insurance, management, and administration.
And because business law is prevalent across almost every industry, you don’t even need to be a lawyer to benefit. Other reasons to study include learning about how legal practice influences business, or gaining the knowledge you need to set up your own business.
Ready to get down to business? Start studying now.
Perfect for: People who are all business.
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