LLM International Business Law

Student will undergo the Level 7 Diploma in International Business Law and complete a dissertation with University of Central Lancashire for a full masters award
Awarding Body
University of Central Lancashire
Duration
12-18 MONTHS
Start Date
MONTHLY
Study Mode
DISTANCE LEARNING
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Awarding Body
University of Central Lancashire
Duration
12-18 MONTHS
Start Date
MONTHLY
Study Mode
DISTANCE
LEARNING
Download Brochure
Download programme details

Programme Overview

The postgraduate LLM International Business Law course provides you with analytical and reflective skills and expertise in international business law. Successful completion will give you a recognised postgraduate qualification in International Business Law.

Within industry, international business law is a fast-changing and increasingly complex area. This course provides a learning experience which will enable you to develop your academic ability and enhance your performance in employment, whilst further developing your career opportunities.

You’ll have the opportunity to enhance your employability skills by gaining additional qualifications in the areas of alternative dispute resolution (specifically, international arbitration and mediation). Past graduates have gained or developed careers in legal private practice, public body legal services, and in corporate and commercial fields.

Course Content

Level 7 Modules

LAW701 - International Trade Law (20 Credits)
International Trade Law offers a comprehensive and informed analysis of the complexities of an international sale transaction through case law, policy documents, legislation, international conventions and rules adopted by international organisations. In this unit, learners will be able to understand international sales transaction, environmental analysis while doing international trade, legal issues and financial forecasting process.
LAW702 - Commercial Trust Law (20 Credits)
This unit explores the law of trusts in the international context, comparing doctrine in different jurisdictions and exploring the theoretical implications of such differences.
LAW703 - Industrial and Intellectual Property Law (20 Credits)
The aim of this unit is to introduce learners to knowledge, ability and critical understanding of regulatory and legislative requirements relating to industrial and Intellectual property laws.
LAW704 - Law and Financial Crimes (20 Credits)
This unit aims to introduce learners to knowledge, ability and critical understanding of compliance requirements in the financial services and market, fraud, corruption, money laundering, terrorism, and theft laws. Learners will be introduced to current debates, theories and legal practices in the law of financial crimes such as statutory framework in the financial services regulations and capital market, fraud and theft act, and criminal law regulations.
LAW705 - Company Law (20 Credits)
This unit aims to provide information to learners about English Law of registered companies including both private and public limited companies. By the end of this unit, learners will be able to appreciate the role of the company as a form of business enterprise and how it functions within the business world.
LAW706 - Legal Research and Research Methods (20 Credits)
This course aims to improve the necessary legal research skills to support learners at the postgraduate level. You will be able to develop key knowledge, understanding and skills relating to legal research, theoretical and methodological problems associated with legal studies.
LAW707 - Corporate Governance – Principles and Practices (20 Credits)
The aim of this unit is to develop learners’ understanding, knowledge, and skills relating to the role of governing body, principles of corporate governance, various models and theories affecting corporate governance development, management functions, development of governance codes, principles and benefits of good governance.

Final Year Modules

Dissertation
The aim of the dissertation is to work in a self-defined field with the objective of producing a substantial piece of research based on critical analysis and independent thought. The only restriction on the choice of dissertation will be the appropriateness of the law chosen (which can be any area of law) as agreed with the dissertation supervisor and the dissertation tutor. The role of the dissertation supervisor underpins this part of the LLM. It is the function of the supervisor to guide the student in his/her choice of subject matter and to provide a focal point during the second and third semesters acting as support and guidance.
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Entry Requirements

A bachelor's degree or an equivalent qualification

Should be at least 22 years of age

or

A minimum work experience of 5 years

Course Duration

12 to 18 Months

Recognition of Prior Learning

Recognition of Prior Learning is the recognition of non-certified learning towards a full unit or a qualification. You are able to gain credits using your previous regulated or unregulated qualifications or work experience. You can submit your CV for an evaluation of the RPL eligibility here.

Tuition Fee

Please contact admissions office by filling out the form to get details on the latest tuition fee.

Frequently Asked Questions
What is included in the cost of my programme?
  • All course material, including online modules and written assignments
  • Personal tutor support with online sessions
  • Dedicated student support
  • Access to an online community learning forum
  • Assignment marking and feedback
Am I eligible for this programme?

You are eligible if you meet our stipulated entry requirements.

Will there be an interview?

There is no interview process.

Enrol in Level 7 Postgraduate Diploma (First 120 credits of Masters)
You will be enrolled to the top-up stage (dissertation) upon completion of Level 7
Standard Route

Easy Monthly Payments

Access to LMS
Easy 8 instalments
Complete in 8 months
Unlimited tutor support
Requires submitting 1 assignment per month
£220
/month
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Flexi Mode

Academic Pathway

Free Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Access to LMS
No monthly payments
Complete at your own pace
Priority support
Unlimited tutor support
Dedicated counselor
No additional bank charges
Career guidance & advise
£1,600
1-time
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Fast-Track

Easy Monthly Payments

Access to LMS
Easy 4 instalments
Complete in 4 months
Priority support
Unlimited tutor support
Requires submitting 2 assignments per month
£480
/month
Get Started
Total Fee £3,200
PAYMENT TERMS

Payment Terms
Pay in Full: £3,200

  • Installment plans are available on request. Please contact the Admissions Office for more information!
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