International Business LawAnglia Ruskin University
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- Cambridge (Reino Unido)
O que se aprende nesse curso?
This LLM provides a combination of theory and practical application which is relevant to international legal practice and business in the context of advanced intellectual engagement with issues in law and legal theory. This course also considers law in relation to associated disciplines such as international governance and corporate and financial regulation.
- International Law Research
- EU Law in the Global Context
- Comparative Company Law
- Competition Law in the International Context
- Corporate and Financial Regulation
- Corporate Insolvency Law: an International Perspective
- Environmental Law and Business
- International Business Litigation
- International Governance
- International Employment Law
Please note that availability of optional modules is subject to demand.
Additional course information
Renowned as a world-famous academic centre, Cambridge offers an exceptional environment for study and the opportunity to sample a wealth of culture. Enhanced by all the advantages of an academic seat of learning and a beautiful city, Cambridge is an ideal location for academic study.
The LLM programme is divided into three periods:
- In the first semester (September to December) there are three compulsory modules.
- In the second semester (February to June) two optional modules worth 60 credits can be chosen.
- During the summer, independent research is undertaken for the dissertation, worth 60 credits.
- In the first semester (February to June) there are three compulsory modules.
- In the second semester (September to December) two optional modules worth 60 credits can be chosen.
- During the final semester (February to June), independent research is undertaken for the dissertation, worth 60 credits.
Students are assessed each semester. All modules are assessed using a variety of forms. The method of assessment is explained at the start of each module. Assessment may be by a term paper, seminar performance, unseen problem, a timed paper or oral presentation. Each assessment is marked as a percentage.
Successful students will graduate with a distinction, merit or pass in accordance with our University's Assessment Regulations.