The LLM in International Economic Law Programme is designed to offer students an intensive course of study of the law and practice of cross-border business transactions. Students are trained for practice in key areas such as international sales and finance, M&A (mergers and acquisitions), WTO law and international banking law. Skills training modules ensure that graduates of the LLM in International Economic Law programme are able to conduct both practical work and independent research in relevant subject areas.
A 3-unit course will usually have three teaching hours per week.
Classes are held during daytime and evenings of weekdays and daytime on Saturdays.
Classes will incorporate a mix of lectures, seminars, tutorials, presentations and class discussions.