LLM International Business Law
|Programme Duration:||Two (2) years, Part Time ……………………………………………………………………………..|
|Tuition Fees:||Ghanaian Students £4,000|
|International Students £5,000|
|Programme Start Date:||September 2014|
|Mode of Delivery:||Online (Distance) Learning|
Entry Requirements Minimum, Lower Second Class Honours Degree (2.II) in Law or equivalent
Course Content The main teaching mechanism is a series of on-line seminars, (5 in each 15 credit module), spread over the length of the teaching block and covering the key elements of the syllabus. On the part-time route students study 2 modules in parallel in each of two 17 week teaching blocks with 12 weeks of teaching followed by a 5 week independent study and assessment preparation period. The on-line learning materials are designed for self study, ahead of the Seminars. These materials will generally consist of pre-reading, and other exercises, each seminar will additionally include specific tasks and discussion points. At these seminars you will have the opportunity to ask questions, to present your answers to particular topics and to lead the group in presentations based on your research, at all times the emphasis is on your participation – the seminars are never lecture based. You may also receive podcasts in advance of the seminars and will be expected to prepare answers to a number of specific questions, these answers will then be posted to a discussion forum or wiki in order to allow the group to comment, reflect and expand upon the topic, part of this online discussion will be assessed and will count towards the final mark. Modules include, Corporate Finance Law, International Banking Law, Transnational Corporate Governance, Intellectual Property law and European Union Law. Please click here to download the proposed course structure
Key Features The Law School at Staffordshire University is recognised as one of the best Law Schools in the country for undergraduate, postgraduate and professional awards. Our Common Professional Examination (CPE) is accredited by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) and the Bar Standards Board. Our Legal Practice Course (LPC) has received the highest possible SRA rating of ‘Commendable Practice’ in all areas. Our LLM awards are the acknowledged way to further legal expertise and hone research skills. Choose to complete the LLM in International Business Law at Staffordshire University Law School and you will be taught by renowned academics and benefit from the expertise that stems from our links with major legal practices. Flexible study including Online LLM Distance Learning. Understanding that you may need to balance study around work, our LLM programme offers considerable flexibility in terms of time, content and outcome, especially tailored for students who cannot attend the Law School, the LLM International Business Law masters is studied by Online LLM Distance Learning using the Blackboard Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). As well as Law graduates, students with non-Law degrees and from non common Law jurisdictions may study on the LLM. Students may be credited for prior study.
What’s it About If money makes the world go round, it’s the lawyers who grease those wheels! The award is geared at providing you with an insight into the fundamental elements of International business law, from understanding corporate governance, raising finance to intellectual property issues. If you’re seeking to understand the global business world, this is the award for you. The International Business Law award has the following additional specific aims:
- To make you understand how trade and the law interact across multiple jurisdictions.
- To make you apply legal concepts to practical commercial contexts, both within the domestic and international sphere.
- To encourage you to explore and consider the application and relevance of UK Law within the world of globalised finance and commerce.
- To allow you the opportunity to engage with topical, authentic transnational commercial issues and cutting-edge international research.
- To widen your experience and use of online technology and discussion forums.
Where Next? The LLM International Business Law masters is particularly suited to legal practitioners looking for an alternative to the LLM Legal Practice, lawyers wishing to expand their academic knowledge, MBA graduates, and those with commercial interests in a business or enterprise and Law students seeking a specialist route prior to commencing an LPC/BPTC.
How to Apply You can download the application form here. Return Completed Form Either by Mail to: Office of International Programmes Ghana Technology University College (GTUC) PMB 100, Accra-North Or Email Scanned Copies to: email@example.com Alternatively Completed forms can be submitted to any of our regional campuses below
- Information Centre, GTUC main campus, Tesano, Accra
- GTUC Kumasi Campus, near Ahodwo roundabout
For further enquiries call: 0501-341903
Contact For more information on LLM International Sports Law (Distance Learning) please contact: Millicent Owusu Boakye
Office of International Programmes.
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