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|Start date:||January 2015, September 2015|
|Duration full-time:||12 months|
|Student interaction:||Online group works/assignments|
|Teacher support:||Continuous support with feedback on request|
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Completion of this course will provide you with an understanding of the international context background and legal expertise for of the law which is highly relevant to international practice, academic research and other intellectually demanding roles.
The LLM is available at our Cambridge campus as a one-year, full-time, taught degree completed by a supervised dissertation.
The course is divided into three periods:
For September starters:
* In the first semester (September to December) there are two 15-credit core modules and one 30-credit optional module.
* In the second semester (January to June) two 15-credit core modules are studied plus one 30-credit optional module.
* During the summer, independent research is undertaken for the dissertation, worth 60 credits.
For January starters:
* In the first semester (January to June) there are two 15-credit core modules and one 30-credit optional module.
* In the second semester (September to December) two 15-credit core modules are studied plus one 30-credit optional module.
* At the end of the course, independent research is undertaken for the dissertation, worth 60 credits.
* Business Law in the Global Context
* International Trade Law
* International Law Research
* Dispute Resolution
* Competition Law in the International Context
* International Governance
* Comparative Company Law
* Current Legal Issues in the International Business Arena
* Commercial Law
Please note that availability of optional modules is subject to sufficient demand.
You will be assessed each semester. All modules are assessed using a variety of forms. The method of assessment will be explained at the start of each module. Assessment may be by a term paper, seminar performance, unseen problem, a timed paper or oral presentation. Each assessment will be marked as a percentage.
Successful students will graduate with a distinction, merit or pass in accordance with Anglia Ruskin University's Assessment Regulations.
* A First Degree, with Honours, in a related subject and at a minimum final classification of Lower Second (2:2) or equivalent.
* Our published entry requirements are a guide only and our decision will be based on your overall suitability for the course as well as whether you meet the minimum entry requirements. Other equivalent qualifications may be accepted for entry to this course.
Entry requirements listed are for September 2014/January 2015 entry. Entry requirements for other intakes may differ.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Since April 2014 the ETS tests (including TOEFL and TOEIC) are no longer accepted for Tier 4 visa applications to the United Kingdom. The university might still accept these tests to admit you to the university, but if you require a Tier 4 visa to enter the UK and begin your degree programme, these tests will not be sufficient to obtain your Visa.
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Anglia Ruskin University was awarded university status in 1992. Today, with a student population of 31,000, we are one of the largest universities in the East of England, and a large provider of part-time education.
Our students are on courses leading to undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, as well as to a range of professional qualifications. In addition to being one of the most significant suppliers of nurses and teachers to the professions, we offer an ever expanding range of contemporary courses designed to meet the needs of the individual and the requirements of a knowledge-based economy.
Our main campuses at Cambridge and Chelmsford attract students not only from the East of England but in increasing numbers from mainland Europe and from further afield. In addition, our University has an extensive network of contacts with institutions throughout the world, delivering courses in countries as far removed as Malaysia and Trinidad.