The course will provide you with the international legal background relevant for international practice, academic research and associated careers such as accountancy and corporate secretarial activities.
In addition to teaching time on-campus, all courses require intensive self-guided learning, research or private study and there may also be optional training, seminars, visits, lectures or master classes to attend.AssessmentYou will be assessed each semester. All modules are assessed using a variety of forms. The method of assessment will be explained at the start of each module. Assessment may be by term paper, seminar performance, unseen problem, a timed paper or oral presentation. Each assessment will be marked as a percentage.
Successful students will graduate with a distinction, merit or pass in accordance with Anglia Ruskin University's Assessment Regulations.
- Business Law in the Global Context
- International Trade Law
- Dispute Resolution
- International Law Research
- Optional modules
- Competition Law in the International Context
- International Governance
- Comparative Company Law
- Current Legal Issues in the International Business Arena
- Transnational Commercial Law
- Docenti internazionali