PhD in Law

  • Law
  • £12000
  • Per Year
  • EEA
  • 2-3 years
  • Blended

To start a PhD programme at Bangor University, you are required to turn in your research in a thesis to represent a significant contribution to knowledge in the subject area. All research students are allocated to a supervisor with a research interest in your chosen topic of study. Your supervisor will provide you with advice and guidance on the selected topic, literature work, research methods, thesis structure, content and presentation, critical appraisal of drafts of your thesis, and on the preparation for your viva.


The University provides many specialised areas to PhD law candidates such as European Law, Public Procurement, Competition Law, Maritime Law, European Internal Market, International Sales Law, Private International Law, Public International Law, International Criminal Law, International Human Rights Law, Employment Law, Social Care Law, Environmental Law, Banking Law, and more.

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    Bangor University

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    January - June, July - December

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  • Entry requirements

    Good grades in a Bachelor degree and a Masters degree relevant with the subject area. IELTS: 7.0 (with no individual score lower than 6.5) or Pearson PTE: 67 (with no individual score lower than 62) or Cambridge English Test – Advanced/Proficiency: 185 (with no individual score lower than 176)

  • Work Experience

    Two to Three Year of Requirement