Full-time LLM (1 year, 180 credits)
- Four core plus two optional modules are completed over terms one and two, with a Dissertation period in term three.
Part-time LLM (2 years, 180 credits)
- Four core plus two optional modules are completed over four taught terms, plus a Dissertation period
- Two modules in term one, two modules in term two, and two modules in the first term of the following academic year.
Each module is typically worth 20 credits, except the Dissertation, Work Integrated Learning which are worth 60 credits each. The Work Integrated Learning may be chosen to replace the Dissertation with prior agreement.
Legal Research Skills (compulsory)
Law of the International Sale of Goods (compulsory)
Foundations and Principles of International Law (optional)
Sustainable Development and Human Rights (optional)
Individual Employment Law (optional)
English Commercial Law (optional)
Law and Policy of the World Trade Organization (compulsory)
International Commercial Litigation and Arbitration (Compulsory)
International Organisations and International Dispute Resolution (optional)
International Human Rights Law (optional)
Comparative Corporate Governance (optional)
International Maritime Law (optional)
Politics of Globalisation (optional)
Migration Politics and Policies (optional)
In addition to the Law modules listed above, students can study one of the following modules if available.
Sustainable Development and Human Rights (20 credit) Optional
Politics of Globalisation (20 credit) Optional
Migration Politics and Policies (20 credit) Optional
Dissertation or Work Integrated Learning
*Undersubscribed modules (under 5 students) following the formal registration of students will not run.
** LLM students must study LEX4165 Dissertation, assessed by a 15,000- 18,000 words dissertation in term three, or –if eligible- the diary and original research paper required to complete SSC4060 Work Integrated Learning module.
Module and programme information is indicative and may be subject to change.