LLM in Employment Law - Guildford - Surrey - University of Surrey - I17058

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  • Objectives
    The programme aims to provide an academically rigorous taught programme leading to a prestigious postgraduate qualification in employment law. It offers in-depth study of individual and collective employment law, together with discrimination law, enabling critical analysis of key principles, policies, concepts and doctrines in employment law.
  • Entry requirements
    This programme will be attractive to employment lawyers, HR professionals, academics and others working in cognate areas. It is offered in a delivery mode suitable to the needs of those in full-time employment. The LLM builds upon existing teaching and research expertise in the School of Law.
  • Academic title
    LLM in Employment Law
  • Course description

    With the increasing influence of European law in this area, employment has become increasingly complicated while also responding to rapid social and political change. The LLM in Employment Law is a two-year, part-time taught Master of Laws programme offering a high quality learning and teaching experience that will allow you to develop and deepen your understanding of these trends and developments.

    The programme is delivered through a blend of online distance learning delivery and five weekend face-to-face residential sessions held in the Guildford area near the University campus. During these residential weekends, tuition is provided by academics and practitioners offering a practical, hands-on approach to the subject. At these weekends you will have an opportunity to meet and engage with teaching staff and fellow students on some of the key issues of each module.

    LLM in Employment Law
    Module overview

    Introduction to Employment Law and the Contract of Employment
    This module provides students with an introduction to the sources and institutions of employment law, a critical understanding of the rules and principles relating to the contract of employment and statutory constraints upon it.

    The Termination of Employment
    Students on this module are introduced to a critical analysis of the principles, policies and rules governing the termination of employment.

    Discrimination Law
    Considering discrimination law from both a national and European law perspective, this module exposes students to the rules and principles regulating unlawful discrimination on a variety of grounds in the employment context.

    Collective Employment Law
    This module addresses the law relating to the relationship between trade unions and their members, trade unions and employers, industrial action, and so on. Students on this module will also complete a dissertation on a subject of employment law.


    Typical entry requirements
    Applicants should normally possess a first degree (law or non-law), at not less than Second class standard (or equivalent). Exceptionally, equivalent professional experience may be accepted.

    Students whose first language is not English will be expected to have achieved a minimum of 6.5 in the English Language International Testing System.
     
    Programme length
    24 months by part-time distance learning, with three residential sessions in year 1 and two in year 2 of the programme

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