I'm reading about the UoL external LLM and it quotes one of the students: "‘I recently graduated from the University of London with a Masters of Law in Law and Development, a Diploma in International Business Law and a Postgraduate Certificate in Law (Economic Regulation). To say I am thrilled to have been
able to achieve this within one year would be putting it mildly."
I realise that you must go through the Cert/Dipl phases to reach the LLM award, but do you receive a separate certificate for each award on the way (ie three certificates one for Cert, one for Dipl and a final one if you successfully pass the LLM, maybe in different specialisations) ?
Doesn't this seem like double-booking the study if that is the case, or is this normal practice?
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