Program posted by: Anglia Ruskin University
Posted on: October 31, 2013
This one year grad degree provides a combination of theory and practical application which is relevant to international legal practice and business. The degree considers law in relation to associated disciplines such as international governance and corporate and financial regulation and provides students with the necessary background and legal expertise for international practice, academic research and other intellectually demanding roles.
Anglia Law School has proven excellence in developing legal skills (debating; mooting; client interviewing) at an international standard. Our students have in recent years won many competitions in these areas.
Students can start the degree in either September or February. During semester two (subject to demand) students may choose a one-week visit to the EU institutions (there is an additional charge).
Core subjects: International Law Research; Business Law in the Global Context; International Trade Law; Dissertation.
Optional subjects (depending on demand): Competition Law in the International Context; International Environmental Law; International Governance; International Employment Law; Comparative Company Law; Current Legal Issues in the International Business Arena.
Our students have pursued careers in international law firms, the legal departments of international corporations, government departments and international agencies.
You will need a degree in Law or a degree with a substantial amount of Law (eg Business).