£9,900 for UK / EU students £12,850 for International Students
08 December 2017
This programme will offer students a range of modules combining the study of international business with international law.
It will be of interest to students with an interest in issues of international corporate governance
It will draw on the unique and vibrant research culture in international law at UEL School of Law.
It will offer options from a wide range of fields of international law allowing students to develop their own specialization.
Programme structure There are three core 30 credit modules, one 60 credit dissertation of 15,000 words and one optional 30 credit module. The total programme amounts to 180 credits and is available one year full-time or two years part-time. Core modules are: International Law and Business, International Corporate Governance and Current Issues and Research in International Law; one module can be selected from a comprehensive list of business and commercial law modules that include Regulation of Transnational Corporations, The Regulation of Financial Markets, The Law of the World Trade Organisation, Business and Human Rights and Economic Integration in Developing Countries.