LLMInternational Business Law (Robert Kennedy College)

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Duration Part-time, 1 Year, Part-time, 3 Years
Start date January, April, July, October 2022
Entry Requirements Programme specification (PDF)
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The LL.M International Business Law meets the current demand for specialist knowledge and skills in the rapidly expanding fields of international commercial and business law. It provides students with the opportunity to explore, in-depth, the legal regulation of the world of international business. Academically rigorous, the LL.M will expose students to a practical real-world application of the law.

The LL.M is taught by an outstanding team of professional research active staff who have extensive practice and academic experience. The programme aims to enhance knowledge and critical thinking in this area.

The programme provides advanced critical analysis of the key themes and emerging challenges facing businesses, in a global context such as in international/global business environments and innovation and enterprise.

  • Competitive tuition fees payable in interest-free monthly instalments
  • State of the Art Online proprietary technology
  • Practical and innovative curriculum
  • Comprehensive access to online legal libraries (LexisNexis and Westlaw)
  • International Faculty graduated from some the Top Law Schools

This course is run in partnership with Robert Kennedy College and applications should be made directly at their website.

Graduate destinations

The LLM qualification can help career development in the legal sector (including for those practising law in commercial and business fields) as well as the Business and Management industry, helping promotion to middle and senior management. To meet the constant evolution of global business law development, we offer the opportunity to gain the qualification in one year.

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