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Application to the LL.M. programme
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A.    How do I apply?

You can apply online by visiting this link.

B.    What are the academic entry requirements?

The academic entry requirement is a first degree in law (LL.B. or equivalent) at second class or better.
For the official entry requirements please click here.

C.    What are the English language entry requirements?

The language of instruction at the University of Malta is English. Applicants who have completed their secondary education overseas are obliged to satisfy the University’s English. For further information please click here or contact the International Admissions office on for further clarifications.
D.    Is there an application fee?

Yes, for updated information please click here.
E.    When do I apply?

As soon as you decide you can apply. However it is best to check updated information at this link.

F.    Can I apply if I do not have a Law degree?

The LL.M. is a professional Master’s degree and hence sound knowledge of law obtained through a first degree is essential.  Students who are interested in European law without having an undergraduate degree in law should consider one of the options in M.A. in European Studies offered by the Institute of European Studies of the University. Please click here.
G.     What does the admissions process involve?

You application will first be processed by the International Office who remain the contact point at all times. The International Office consults the Department about the admissibility of the application.  For more detailed information please click here.

H.    I haven't taken an English test yet. Can I still apply now or do I have to wait for an English result?

The English qualifications are a requirement for entry and the certificate needs to be obtained before the commencement of the course. As the application can take some time to process you are advised to consult the International Office about your case. For more information please click here.

Last Updated: 5 October 2015

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