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MSc International Law & Business

University College Dublin UCD Sutherland School of Law

Full time September MSc Full-time: 1 Year

About the course

The programme offers students with undergraduate qualifications in Law or Business (also including economics or finance) the opportunity for advanced study in both disciplines. The Programme will be led by the McCann FitzGerald Professor of International Law Business, established with the generous sponsorship of leading Dublin law firm McCann Fitzgerald. 

  • In the programme there are two core modules which link Law and Business from both a theoretical and applied perspective and in their international context. There is the opportunity to take four modules across the two disciplines and the programme is completed by dissertation: in exceptional circumstances the School may offer a capstone project to complete the programme.
  • On completion, students will have developed
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Entry Requirements

Applications are invited from graduates holding an excellent degree (at least 2.1) in Law or Business/Economics - ideally non-law graduates will have taken some law modules and law graduates will have taken some business/economics modules.

In exceptional circumstances, substantial professional experience within a related field may be regarded by the selection panel as compensating for a lack of an undergraduate degree to the required standard. Such applicants should state clearly in their application why they feel their other qualifications/experience are appropriate for admission onto the programme.

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Student Profile(s)

Niamh Gallagher

The MSc International Law and Business programme sets UCD apart from other universities for me, as it is the only interdisciplinary
programme available at postgraduate level. The hugely important link between law and business is becoming more predominant in light of the number of multinational companies doing business in Ireland. I chose this programme to equip myself with the academic and practical skills required of commercial lawyers working in international firms. The subjects offered complement each other well and allow students to develop a practical knowledge of key areas of international law and business. Small class sizes resulted in an
interactive and friendly learning environment. I am confident that the knowledge I have acquired will be hugely advantageous as I embark on my professional training. The project module allows students to identify an area of interest and carry out practical research
in a professional service firm. This is a fantastic opportunity that graduates with a genuine interest in law and business will not find elsewhere.’

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