This Master of Laws programme is modular, with students needed to accumulate 180 credits to graduate.
The programme is divided in to two parts:
- Part 1 consists of four modules, each weighted at 30 credits
Following successful completion of the taught modules, students may proceed to part 2:
- The second part of this LLM consists of two research projects
- The projects are customarily researched and written up over the summer period and are designed to enable students to develop their research skills
We offer a wide range of full modules (taught from September till May/June). As part of this degree students can study the following modules (you must take at least 2 of the modules in bold):
E-Commerce, Competition Law, International Intellectual Property Law, International Corporate Law and Governance, Ship and Other Mobile Assets Finance Law, Law and Practice relating to International Banking and Commercial Payments and International Commercial Arbitration.