This course provides law graduates with the opportunity for advanced learning in key areas of international commercial law, including: International Sale of Goods, International Intellectual Property Law, International Corporate Law and Governance, and Advanced Contract Law and Negotiation.
Delivery is concentrated on a contextual business bias, and students benefit from the networking and employment prospects offered by a large and dynamic Business School.
At the final stage of study (through the Business Innovation Project) students will be able to choose whether to pursue a traditional research dissertation or a work-based project report based upon employment or a placement experience.You may also choose to take advantage a blended distance learning opportunity, available through our official partner - Robert Kennedy College - in Zurich, Switzerland.
The programme is block delivered and there are six entry points per year. Students will take the modules below in a sequence dependent on their start date.
Normally an undergraduate degree, class 2:2 or above, in Law, or an equivalent level professional qualification.
This course is suitable for recent home, EU and overseas law graduates wishing to build upon their undergraduate knowledge and expertise, as well as graduate returners to education wishing to refresh or broaden their knowledge and skills.
The course is designed for those who wish to pursue an career in international business or legal practice. The block delivery mechanism means that the course is accessible to those students who do not wish to leave employment while studying. Students can complete one or more modules per semester.
The course is delivered in four blocks of three day intensive study periods, followed by independent study and online support through the University’s virtual learning environment, Blackboard. Each module is taken and assessed over a six week block. Teaching is delivered through a combination of lectures, seminars and tutorials, using a wide range of learning activities.
Each taught module is assessed by two pieces of work, each worth 50% of the overall course assessment.
Although each taught module has its own assessment styles, all assessments will be design to enable students to demonstrate their advanced knowledge and skill, and may include:
Parveen Tamadon-Nejad - Lecturer
After graduating from the University of Liverpool, Parveen started her academic career at Salford Business School teaching business law.
Outside of acadamia, Parveen provides legal consultation to those within the creative industries, including musicians and publishers on matters relatingto contract and intellectual property rights.
She has also spent the last two years as a regular gues ton BBC Radio Manchester’s Coffee Club.
Both in the UK and overseas the internationally focussed LLM is a ‘gold standard’ qualification for entry into the legal profession, as the focus of specialisation has increasingly shifted to international legal practice.
In the corporate business world, the LLM carries a similar cachet to the Executive MBA, while offering greater specialism in its content.
In many European jurisdictions, the LLM is a compulsory prerequisite for entry into the legal profession.
|Type of Study||Fee|
|Part-time||£1,250 per 30 credits|
|Full-time International||£13,300, part-time £2,217 per 30 credits|
We offer awards to help you study through our:
There are also other sources of funding available to you.
For more information please see our funding section.
You should also consider further costs which may include books, stationery, printing, binding and general subsistence on trips and visits.
September; January; March; June; November; July
LLM (one year full-time, two years part-time)
PgDip (eight months full-time, sixteen months part-time)
PgCert (four months full-time, eight months part-time)