University College London (UCL)
UCL Academy, London, UKUCL was formed in 1826 and was the first university institution to be founded in London. UCL is today the leading multidisciplinary university in London, and has some 8,000 staff and 22,000 students, making it the largest of London University's colleges. Overseas students account for a third of students. UCL is regularly ranked as one of the top universities in the UK, Europe and the world. In two 2009 ranking surveys, UCL was ranked 3rd in Europe and 4th in the world, respectively. UCL’s alumni include 21 Nobel prizewinners, the most recent being Charles K. Kao, who received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 2009. UCL has a number of halls of residence located in central and north London. The main campus where students gather for lectures and study is in Bloomsbury, central London.
LLM in Banking / Finance / Securities, LLM in Business / Corporate / Commercial Law, LLM in Comparative Law, LLM in Competition Law / Antitrust / Unfair Competition, LLM in Criminal Law / Criminal Justice / Criminology, LLM in Employment Law / Labour Law / Social Security Law, LLM in Environmental Law, LLM in European Law, LLM in Family Law, LLM in General LL.M. Programs, LLM in Human Rights, LLM in Insolvency / Bankruptcy / Liquidation, LLM in Intellectual Property (IP) Law, LLM in International Business Transactions / Conflict of Laws, LLM in International Law, LLM in International Trade Law, LLM in Law and Economics, LLM in Legal Theory, LLM in Maritime Law, LLM in Other, LLM in Public International Law / International Organizations, LLM in Securities Regulation