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Intellectual Property Law (MSc)


Hanken School of Economics    Masters Programmes

Full time See Course MSc 2 years full time

About the course

Intellectual property rights are essential assets of any business operating in our increasingly digital economy. Intellectual Property Law (IPL) specialisation is a unique combination of legal and business studies. This specialisation gives you a solid expertise in both areas, as well as an exceptional understanding of today’s markets and the world of intellectual property. Our courses are taught in close collaboration with industry, with IP organizations, as well as by internationally renowed visiting professors, to ensure they remain at the forefront of the developments in intellectual property matters.

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Scholarships

Scholarships offered in 2021:

1. Hanken Premium GBSN Scholarship, Covers the full tuition fee and 8000 EUR/year living expenses per academic year for two academic years. Hanken School of Economics offers two scholarships to students currently studying at or alumni of GBSN member schools from developing countries. Read more here: https://www.hanken.fi/en/apply/masters-degree-programme-english/fees-funding/gbsn-scholarship-students-developing-countries
2. Hanken Honors Scholarship, Covers the full tuition fee for two academic years
3. Hanken Honors Second Year Scholarship, exemption from the tuition fee during the second year of study for students who paid the tuition fee during year 1 and have studied successfully* .

*defined in the scholarship agreement.

Eligibility

- Applying for a scholarship will not affect your application to the Master's Degree Programme.
- The scholarships at Hanken are merit-based. All scholarships are awarded based on the applicant's academic excellence in the previous studies and applicable test score results.
- All scholarships requirements demand the receiving students to keep a good pace within their studies. Annual check-ups are done to ensure that the student will graduate within two academic years. After two academic years the scholarship ends, and the student is required to pay tuition fees for the remain of their studies.

Application Procedure

1. Applying for the scholarships is a integrated part of the application for Master's Degree studies at Hanken so you apply through the application portal as soon as the application portal opens.


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