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LL.M International Business Law

Programme Outline

Duration:
12 months - 5 years
Delivery method:
100% Online
Tuition fee:
12,000 CHF

Duration

Minimum 12 months, maximum 5 years.

Delivery Method

100% online via OnlineCampus (an interactive online learning environment) with intensive class discussion and collaboration.

Places

The number of places per term is strictly limited to 40.

Ranking

The University of Cumbria is ranked number 8th in the World for Quality Education by the Times Higher Education in 2020.

Terms

Four terms per year (winter, spring, summer and autumn).

Tuition Fees

12,000 CHF (Swiss Francs). This fee includes library access, OnlineCampus access, graduation fees, and University matriculation fees. Fees are payable in interest free instalments, however, the programme is not eligible for the UK Government student finance.

Accreditation and Recognition

The University of Cumbria LL.M programme offered online is recognised worldwide. The University of Cumbria received the University title, and degree awarding powers, from by Her Majesty’s Most Honourable Privy Council. It is fully recognised by the British Government and duly listed on the United Kingdom’s Department for Business, Innovation and Skills list of recognised UK awarding institutions.

Tutors teaching on this programme are legal professionals with a wealth of experience in both academic theory and the practical application of those theories.

Professor David Costa, Dean of the Robert Kennedy College, who will be leading the transnational business law module, has extensive experience international law, including doctoral studies at the Law faculty of the University of Basel, Switzerland, post-graduate studies in U.S. law at the Washington University in St. Louis School of Law and the University of Northumbria at Newcastle Law School. Additionally, Prof. Costa is a regular guest as a market strategist on international TV networks such as CNBC and Bloomberg television.

Students in the LL.M programme will have access to state of the art legal libraries such as LexixNexis and Westlaw.

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