Comments about LLM International and European Law - At the institution - Sheffield - South Yorkshire
This programme will be of interest to legal practitioners, those in business and those people in the public sector who encounter various aspects of International and European Law. The programme also offers recent graduates the opportunity to acquire specialist knowledge before starting their career. The programme draws on the considerable expertise of the staff in the School's research cluster, the Centre for Law in its International Context, and provides a range of transferable skills and knowledge. The programme can be studied full-time over one year, or on a part-time basis over a maximum of three years.
Entry requirements We welcome students from all over the world to study on this programme. You will need a good Upper-Second class degree (or the international equivalent) in law. If your degree is not in law, then it should have a large law component, although we will consider your application if you have other qualifications. If your first language is not English, and you have not studied at degree level in English before, we require a qualification in English, currently IELTS 7.0 with a minimum of 6.0 in each component.
LLM International and European Law
-Legal Research and Writing Skills (15 credits)
-Principles of International Law (30 credits) OR
-Law of International Organisations * (30 credits)
-Principles of European Law (15 credits) OR
-Inter-state Litigation * (15 credits)
-* these modules are only available to students who can display sufficient existing knowledge of International and European Law.
-International Environmental Law (30 credits)
-Advanced European Union Law (30 credits)
-Intellectual Property Law (30 credits)
-Competition Law (30 credits)
-Peacekeeping Law & Practice (15 credits)
-Legal Aspects of the EU’s External Relations (30 credits)
-International Law of the Use of Force (15 credits)
-International Commercial Litigation (15 credits)
-International Monetary & Development Law (15 credits)
-International Family Law (15 credits)
-The Corporation as Criminal (15 credits)
-International Trade Law (15 credits)
-International Humanitarian Law (15 credits)
-Commercial & Business Fraud: International Issues (15 credits)
-* This list does not provide a guarantee that these option modules will run. Other options may be available, and a full list of options will be provided at registration.
Weekly seminars for each subject.
Essays plus a dissertation.