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1. A good university degree from a recognised university
2. A good IELTS score or the equivalent
3. Two academic or professional references from referees who have direct knowledge of the suitability of your qualifications for the programme
The postgraduate degree LLM International Commercial Law is taught from the Law Department of DEI College. It is provided by the University of Northampton which delivers the degree.
The programme is unique in offering a combined perspective of traditional aspects of the private law governing transnational commerce -including private international law, corporate law, and intellectual property rights law- and cutting-edge aspects of the European integration, corporate governance and responsibility, and international corporate crime, thus resulting in an innovative and well-rounded curriculum.
The programme commences in October / January and its duration is twelve months (the dissertation included). To be awarded the LLM degree in International Commercial Law you must successfully complete the taught modules to a value of 100 credits followed by the Research Methods modules to a value of 20 credits and a dissertation to a value of 60 credits making 180 credits in all (90 ECTS).
On successful completion of the University of Northampton LLM in International Commercial Law, you will have acquired a highly valuable qualification, which will be a testimony both to your specialist knowledge of the law governing transnational commerce and to your commitment to your career. The programme focuses on hands-on, forward-thinking legal solutions to the challenges shaping transnational commerce today, and offers a qualification designed for lawyers in the process of expanding the industry focus of their private practice as well as in-house lawyers operating in heavily regulated industries.