Students on the course will study two compulsory modules and two elective modules to complete the programme. Each module is worth 30 credits.
In addition, students must complete a 15,000 word dissertation on a subject of conflict resolution or intellectual property law. The dissertation is worth 60 credits.
Graduates will have developed their knowledge and understanding of principles in a range of subject areas relating to international law and practice, build on their cognitive skills of analysis, problem solving abilities, and be able to critically judge and evaluate the application of the law to a range of legal and commercial scenarios. You will gain practical legal skills of research and communication, as well as associated transferable skills.