This part-time course provides a development opportunity and will increase your prospects and employability by giving you practical skills and theoretical knowledge that firms and Intellectual Property departments, alike, are demanding.
It is designed to give a detailed overview of substantive intellectual property law. On successful completion of this course, you will obtain full exemptions from the foundation level examinations for qualification as a patent attorney or trade mark attorney in the UK (IPReg/CIPA/ITMA). Please indicate on your application form if you want to follow the patent attorney or trade mark attorney path.
You can complete this course whilst in full-time employment; more than 80% of our students are sponsored by their employers. If you do not have prior legal knowledge you will be supported by a range of online activities relating to foundational principles of law (such as English legal system, contract law and tort).
The course is delivered over five months, with an extensive programme of online work and three block weekends taught in Bournemouth. The attendance dates are: •9-11 February 2017 •9-11 March 2017 •6-8 April 2017 •Exam 2-5pm on 2 June 2017
For September 2017 entry.If you meet the criteria and hold an offer of a place on a BU Master's course by 31 May 2017, you will automatically receive this scholarship - you don’t need to apply for it.
Value of Scholarship(s)
25% fee reduction
Any student resident in Colombia currently studying at EAFIT, Escuela de Ingenieria de Antioquia (EIA), Universidad del Rosario or Universidad de La Sabana who is applying for a full-time taught Master’s at BU You cannot be in receipt of any other BU scholarships.