About the Programme International Financial Regulation and Corporate Law LLM is designed for graduates seeking to gain a solid foundation into the growing discipline of financial regulations and corporate law in the international context. The programme focusses on the conceptual and theoretical aspects of substantive law and regulation in the field; the procedural mechanisms for the application of law; the challenges faced with the evolution of principles, rules and procedures; and the wider impact that regulations have on the wider society. Beyond the conceptual and theoretical focus, the course also covers the practical aspects of financial regulation in the domestic and international context. Brunel is one of the only law schools in the UK to offer this innovative programme.
Brunel Law School modules are 15 creadits each, and enables our students to design flexible pathways to suit their interests.
Modules Include: Corporate Law Corporate Insolvency Law Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility Islamic Financial Laws and Islamic Banking Regulations International Commercial Litigation Principles of International Commercial Arbitration International Commercial Litigation
Please note that modules may be change subject at the discretion of the University
The normal requirement for admission to the LLM will be a good undergraduate honors’ degree in law (or overseas equivalent) and an IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent. The Course Director may consider other cases based on applicants’ qualifications, experience and potential to successfully undertake and complete the course. International students are required to demonstrate a proficiency in English by attaining a 6.5 In IELTS or an equivalent approved English examination. For more information, please see: http://www.brunel.ac.uk/international/languagerequirements