The LLM in International Business Law offers students a range of modules designed to enhance their specialist expertise of the regulation of international business in the global economy.
Taught by prominent subject specialists, the LLM International Business Law focuses on areas from digital finance to competition law, intellectual property law, corporate governance and corporate social responsibility. Modules include: - Issues in Corporate governance - Company and Commercial Law from a Comparative Perspective - Digital Finance Law - The Company in Society - International and Comparative Competition Law - Intellectual Property Law - EU Law and Economic Integration
Drawing off these modules, the programme is designed to help you set the legal and regulatory regimes around international business and the global economy in the context of broader legal and socio-legal study skills.
The School of Law at Queen's University Belfast has a track record in business law education at postgraduate level and Belfast's position as a global hub for the digital financial services industry makes it an ideal location for the study of international business.
The LLM will prepare you for a career in the commercial sector, in business, government or in NGOs. You will be proficient in thinking about business on a global sale and the place of law, compliance, social responsibility and trade in our societies.
The programme is delivered through a series of taught modules and culminates in the submission of a dissertation on an original topic.
Note: Students who take the module The Company in Society may graduate the programme with the award of