The LLM International and Commercial Law programme (LLM) aims at assisting students to develop a systematic and in depth understanding of areas of international and commercial law and to analyse complex legal problems and related issues.
This programme focuses on the law and legal framework governing the international community, as well as various legal issues surrounding international trade and global markets.
Upon completion, the students should be able to demonstrate the ability in evaluating critical current legal position, the capacity for independent thought, judgement and initiative, and the ability in presenting detailed knowledge of a complex agreement.
Why choose the University of Greenwich LLM International and Commercial Law?
- Recognition of Degree
The LLM awarded by the University of Greenwich through studying in Hong Kong which carries equivalent academic status and recognition to the LLM degree conferred by the University in the home country.
- An Express way for a Reputable UK Degree
The University of Greenwich is an internationally recognised university and its degrees are recognised worldwide. The Programme is a fully accredited British university degree.
- Attainable in ONE Year
Participants can complete the Programme in 12 months under 100% assignment based assessment. No examination is required.
- Reasonable Programme Fee
Degree can be obtained in an affordable and competitive programme fee.
- Fully taught by experienced faculty’s local associates
The Programme is taught by experienced local associates. They are practising lawyers or academics in legal studies.
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Information at a Glance
Commencement Date:May 3, 2021
Deadline for New Application:December 18, 2020
Medium of Instruction:English
University of Greenwich
Alumni of the University of Greenwich
Professor Charles Kao, the Noble Prize winner in Physics in 2009 for his ground breaking research in fibre optics, was a graduate of Electrical Engineering programme at the University’s predecessor, Woolwich Polytechnic, in 1957.
Mr Abiy Ahmed, the 2019 Noble Peace Prize winner for his efforts to achieve peace and international cooperation, was a graduate of MA in Transformational Leadership and Change in 2011.
The LLM programme contains 6 modules of which the first five are taught modules and the final one is Dissertation. It is a part-time programme and can be completed in 1 year.
There are 2 intakes each year: May and September. Common Law Foundations, Research Methods in Law and Corporate Law are core modules for students of both intakes. Students of May intake will study Banking and Finance Law and International Trade Law while students of September intake will study Intellectual Property Law and Competition Law instead.
Regarding the Dissertation, students will receive guidance and advices from supervisors assigned to them.
|Module||Credit||No. of Lectures|
|May Intake||September Intake|
|1. Common Law Foundations||15||5|
|2. Research Methods in Law|
|3. Corporate Law||30||10|
|4. Banking and Finance Law||4. Intellectual Property Law|
|5. International Trade Law||5. Competition Law|
Upon completion, students will be awarded the Master of Laws by the University of Greenwich.
HK$83,400 payable by THREE instalments + HK$250 (Application Fee)
- Undergraduate degree in law or related discipline.
- Mature Applicant with professional work backgrounds will also be considered.
Applicants educated in a language other than English should have an IELTS overall band score of 6.5 or above.
|Mr Michael Lee|
|Ms Mandy Kwok|
General Enquiry / Course Enrolment / Membership
|Phone:||2774 8500 or 2774 8501|
|Email:||firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com|
It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognise any qualification to which this course may lead.