Graduates of this postgraduate law degree of the University of Northampton hold an LLM in International Commercial Law. Students have the option to study this course full-time or part-time and its duration is twelve months. Courses start twice a year (October/January).
This is a programme for:
- Young graduates of law faculties of Greece and other countries who wish to specialise in the law governing trade among states
- Graduates of other faculties who wish to focus on tackling the legal challenges shaping modern inter-state trade
- Professionals working in administrative and managerial positions who wish to start a career in fields that are subject to strict regulatory frameworks in Greece and abroad
Structure of the Programme
This programme consists of seven modules that need to be completed within three academic periods of a minimum total duration of twelve months respectively. These periods include the months of summer, during which students conduct research on their dissertation. The programme’s modules include: Principles of European Law, Private International Law, International Corporate Law, Intellectual Property Rights Law, Dissertation, International Corporate Crime and Research Methodology.
The University of Northampton is one of the most successful universities in the UK in terms of its graduates’ employability. After completing the programme, graduates will be able to provide legal counsel in fields of the British and European Commercial Law and on issues pertaining to corporate governance and international corporate crime.