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The LLM in International Business Law programme offers a comprehensive range of modules relevant to international trade law, business law, competition law, corporate governance, intellectual property and market regulation.
Students must select a minimum of two modules from this list and do their compulsory dissertation in the field of International Business Law.
Note: Not all of the modules listed will be available in any one year. Any modules not available in the forthcoming academic session will be marked as soon as this information is confirmed by teaching academics.
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Comparative Commercial Law
EU Financial Law
European Internal Market Law
International and Comparative Commercial Arbitration
International and Comparative Competition Law
International and Comparative Law of Copyright and Related Rights
International and Comparative Law of Patents, Trade Secrets and Related Rights
International and Comparative Law of Trade Marks, Designs and Unfair Competition
International Commercial Law
International Commercial Litigation - Commercial Conflict of Laws
International Construction Contracts and Arbitration
International Economic Law
International Merger Control
International Tax Law I
International Trade and Investment Dispute Settlement
Judicial Protection in the EU
Law of Economic Crime
Legal Aspects of International Finance
Regulation of Financial Markets
Taxation Principles and Concepts
International Trade and Intellectual Property Law
European Union Tax Law
European Union Competition Law
Financial Models and Derivatives in a Legal Context
General Principles of Insurance Law (Half Module Semester 1 - Part of QLLM137 and cannot be combined with it)
Insurance Regulation (Half Module Semester 2 - Part of QLLM137 and cannot be combined with it)
Marine Insurance Law
Insurance Contracts (Half Module Semester 2)
Reinsurance Law (Half Module Semester 2)
Ethics in Business and in Finance
The usual qualification for entry to the LLM programme is a degree in law, or a degree with a substantial law content, normally of at least upper-second class honours (or equivalent).
Non-law graduates may be considered on the basis of exceptional professional experience that directly relates to specialist LLM taught courses.
* Non-law graduates with good honours, that have also obtained the equivalent of good honours in CPE and Bar Finals/Legal Practice examinations, or passed the solicitors qualifying examination, may qualify.
* Law graduates with high 2.2 honours and at least five years professional legal experience may also qualify.
English Language Requirements for the LLM
Students who submit a language score that does not meet the full language entry requirements of 7 overall 7 writing IELTS (or equivalent) will automatically be offered the appropriate pre-sessional language course as a condition of LLM entry if and where possible.
|CAE score:||75(Grade B)|
|TOEFL internet-based test score:||100|
The School of Law is offering a total of twelve LLM scholarships. Of these twelve LLM scholarships, the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) will award three overseas fee scholarships and three home/EU fee scholarships and the Department of Law will award three overseas fee scholarships and three home/EU fee scholarships.
You must have an offer of study for the LLM before you apply for a scholarship. You should therefore apply for the LLM as early as possible. Students who have not completed their application by 1 March 2012 will not be considered for a scholarship.
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