LLM Law - International Commercial Law Program By University of Bristol |Top Universities
  • QS World University Rankings
    62
  • Degree LLM
  • Study Level Masters
  • Course Intensity Full Time
  • Fees(GBP) 19100-
  • Start date Jan-2000

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The International Commercial Law programme will enable you to engage in intensive study of specialist international and commercial topics. The international law units can be chosen from topics within the field of private international law and the content of commercial law units includes an international element, such as international trade. The programme will appeal both to students from outside the UK and to students who wish to combine their areas of specialism. This programme is suitable for students wishing to enter the legal professions, in particular in a commercial law firm, including any of the larger law firms with international clients. The programme will also enable international students to gain the qualifications necessary to move on to training for their judiciary, for example students who come from Thailand. Graduates might also choose to work as in-house lawyers or with a variety of regulatory organisations or NGOs.

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