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Artificial Intelligence, Law and Technology LLM

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Start date



Placement available

Mode of study

12 months (September start), 15 months (January start) full-time

24 months (September start), 27 months (January start) part-time



UK £13,750

International £21,260

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The Artificial Intelligence, Law, and Technology LLM is an interdisciplinary master's program that trains graduates to meet the pressing needs of industries, governments, and other stakeholders.

It addresses the growing demand for skilled professionals with a solid understanding of the evolving regulatory landscape on data governance, artificial intelligence, digital technologies, and platforms.

Our carefully selected compulsory, and wide choice of optional modules, explore the regulation of technologies, ranging from the protection of privacy in the age of AI, to intellectual property, big data and market competition and beyond. This allows you to tailor your programme to focus on your specialist area and career goals.

With the growing significance of AI, data, and the digital economy, coupled with the increasing complexity of regulations, employers are seeking job candidates equipped with advanced, specialised training to stay updated with new technological regulatory landscapes.

The Artificial Intelligence, Law, and Technology LLM positions you as a highly sought-after prospect for businesses, law firms, government bodies, and non-governmental organisations.

You can explore our campus and facilities for yourself by taking our virtual tour.

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Course content

The Artificial Intelligence, Law and Technology LLM consists of four compulsory and four optional modules and a 15,000-word dissertation on a topic relevant to AI, law and technology.

  • Full-time students should complete four modules per term, excluding the dissertation.
  • Part-time students should complete two modules per term, excluding the dissertation.
  • Part-time students can choose one of the compulsory modules and one of the optional modules each term.

This course can be studied full-time over 12 months (September start) or over 15 months (January start). Alternatively, this course can be studied part-time over 24 months (September start) or 27 months (January start). All modes of study have an optional 6-12 month placement or 6-12 week internship.

This course can be studied 12 months (September start), 15 months (January start) full-time or 24 months (September start), 27 months (January start) part-time, starting in January. Or this course can be studied 12 months (September start), 15 months (January start) full-time or 24 months (September start), 27 months (January start) part-time, starting in September.

Year 1

This course has a placement option. Find out more about work placements available.

Please note that all modules are subject to change.

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Careers and your future

You'll leave Brunel with a firm grounding in the regulation of artificial intelligence, law and technology and with solid legal knowledge, allowing you to be flexible in your future choices.

The programme prepares you to enhance your legal practice work, policy and legal consultancy works for government agencies, the private commercial sector (such as in-house lawyers) and non-governmental and/or civil society organisations, amongst others.

Our students in recent years have gone on to pursue successful careers in range of high-profile organisations such as Dentons, White and Case LLP, Lloyds Banking Group, European Parliament, ECDC- Ocean Accelerator Inc. and Patent and Trademark Clinic (PTC).

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UK entry requirements

2024/5 entry

A 2:2 (or above) UK Honours degree, or equivalent internationally recognised qualification, in Law or related discipline (International Relations, Political Sciences, Finance, Accounting, Business, Social Sciences, Philosophy, Computer Science, Information and communication technology).

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EU and International entry requirements

If you require a Tier 4 visa to study in the UK, you must prove knowledge of the English language so that we can issue you a Certificate of Acceptance for Study (CAS). To do this, you will need an IELTS for UKVI or Trinity SELT test pass gained from a test centre approved by UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) and on the Secure English Language Testing (SELT) list. This must have been taken and passed within two years from the date the CAS is made.

English language requirements

  • IELTS: 6.5 (min 6 in all areas)
  • Pearson: 59 (59 in all subscores)
  • BrunELT: 63% (min 58% in all areas)
  • TOEFL: 90 (min 20 in all) 

You can find out more about the qualifications we accept on our English Language Requirements page.

Should you wish to take a pre-sessional English course to improve your English prior to starting your degree course, you must sit the test at an approved SELT provider for the same reason. We offer our own BrunELT English test and have pre-sessional English language courses for students who do not meet requirements or who wish to improve their English. You can find out more information on English courses and test options through our Brunel Language Centre.

Please check our Admissions pages for more information on other factors we use to assess applicants. This information is for guidance only and each application is assessed on a case-by-case basis. Entry requirements are subject to review, and may change.

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Fees and funding

2024/5 entry


£13,750 full-time

£6,875 part-time

£1,385 placement year


£21,260 full-time

£10,630 part-time

£1,385 placement year

More information on any additional course-related costs.

Fees quoted are per year and are subject to an annual increase. 

See our fees and funding page for full details of postgraduate scholarships available to Brunel applicants.

Scholarships and bursaries

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Teaching and Learning

You'll be taught by experts in your field of study, and you'll have the opportunity to interact and engage with academics and your fellow students throughout your programme.

Your programme will consist of a variety of learning and studying activities, including lectures and seminars which will be delivered in person on campus. These will be supported by a number of online learning and studying activities when appropriate to provide a rich and dynamic experience. At LLM level students will study four 15 credit modules each term for two terms across the academic year.

Each module will have on average eight two-hour in person contact time per week in seminars, workshops or lectures. After the end of the taught part of the Programme, there is the dissertation. All students will also have the opportunity to seek guidance during the feedback and consultation hours of their lecturers (2 1-hour slot every week).

Additionally, students can seek support in individual meetings with their personal tutors, both on campus and online. There will also be regular cohort meetings and student society events, at both programme and departmental levels.

All lectures, seminars, and other social activities will occur in person on the Brunel campus. Online activities will be used to support your learning when appropriate. It is expected that students will regularly attend these events, as sustained engagement with a learning community is a central dimension of the Brunel experience.

How you'll learn on your course

Required equipment

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Assessment and feedback

All modules are assessed through a variety of diverse and authentic assessment methods specifically designed to the relevant modules, to elicit the best and most valuable practical outcomes from our students. Guidance and support are offered to all students ahead of the assessment periods.

General and personalised feedback is also available after the assessment periods and the publication of the results.

Read our guide on how to avoid plagiarism in your assessments at Brunel.