International Commercial Law
This programme focuses on key conceptual and practical issues in commercial law and business transactions. It is developed to provide a commercial context for career progression in national and international law firms or relevant government departments. It combines traditional study of commercial law and cutting-edge aspects of corporate and commercial law with hands-on practical experience.
The programme is innovative in that it combines the study of aspects of commercial law with a more contextual and critical appreciation of key current debates in corruption, corporate governance and responsibility, corporate crime, and the study of law and development.
Graduates of this programme go on to academic careers, apply their LLM practically as lawyers and solicitors, or take their knowledge of law into international business or consultancy work.
Applicants should normally hold a Bachelors degree (UK 2.1 or above) or equivalent qualification from a recognised British or overseas university.
English language requirements
IELTS 7.0 overall, 6.0 in each component (or equivalent).
We offer intensive English language pre-sessional courses, designed to take you to the level of English ability and skill required for your studies here.
The following modules are indicative, reflecting the information available at the time of publication. Please note that all modules described are optional and may be subject to teaching availability and/or student demand.
International Carriage of Goods by Sea
International Trade Law
Law of the World Trade Organisation
International Investment Protection
Please note these fees are for the academic year only. Annual fees will rise by four per cent (rounded up to the nearest £100) for each year of study.
|Qualification||Study mode||Start month||Fee||Fee locale||Course duration|
|LLM||Full-time||September 2018||GBP 18,200 (Year 1)||International||1 Years|
|LLM||Full-time||September 2018||GBP 9,800 (Year 1)||Home/EU||1 Years|
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