Commerical law, Company law, Labour law. International mergers, the legal aspects of shipping and the transportation of goods.
This programme focusses on developments and practical problems from a comparative law perspective. It provides you with the facts on intellectual-property, security and ownership rights. Learn how risks are shared, and about the key role of title documents such as bills of lading. Get the tools to do business internationally! Participate in company visits to see how things work in practice. Rotterdam, Europe's main port and the third largest in the world, is an important commercial center and one of the largest logistical hubs of the world. As a result it is a perfect location to study commercial law.
Accredited by: NVAO in: Netherlands
This programme has a workload of 60 ECTS.
Maritime & Transport Law:
Maritime and Transport Law: provides you with the legal aspects of shipping and the transportation of goods.
Commercial and Company Law:
Commercial and Company Law: provides you with the legal aspects of doing business in an international setting.
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Previous education: We require a law degree (Bachelor) from a recognised university.
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