To graduate with the named LLM (International Commercial Law) students will be required to undertake:
- The compulsory module of Introduction to Legal Research (20 credits)
- A minimum of two core modules (40 credits)
- Three optional modules (60 credits)
- A 15,000-word dissertation in an approved legal topic relating to International Commercial Law (60 credits).
Students must choose five modules (100 credits). A minimum of two modules (total 40 credits) must come from the list of core modules.
- English and International Sales Law (20 Credits)
- Global Trade Law and Policy (20 Credits)
- Company Law and Policy (20 Credits)
The remaining credits can be filled by selecting modules from the following optional modules, which may include:
- International Mergers and Acquisitions (20 Credits)
- International Oil and Gas Law (20 Credits)
- Sustainable Energy and the Environment (20 Credits)
- Intellectual Property Law (20 Credits)
- Banking Law (20 Credits)
- Carriage of Goods (20 Credits)
- International Commercial Conflict of Laws (20 Credits)
- International Commercial Dispute Resolution (20 Credits)
- International Construction Law (20 Credits)
- Transnational Financial Crime Law (20 Credits)
All 20 credit modules equate to 200 hours of studying time: 20 hours will be in seminars and 180 hours is guided independent study.
Please note that the module information listed on the website for this programme is intended to be indicative, and the availability of modules may vary from year to year. Where a module is no longer available we will let you know as soon as we can and help you to make other choices.