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  • Objectives
    This course will be of interest to graduates in law, international relations and policy agents with an interest in international trade. It explores diverse areas of this subject including: * International Sales and Carriage of Goods * Insurance * International Finance * International Dispute Resolution * World Trade Organisation Law. The latter is particularly important since entry to the WTO of China and India. The course is offered as a Single, Joint or Major/Minor award.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements A good degree in law, or a degree in another discipline, plus either the CPE or GDL conversion qualifications, are normally required. However, applicants from other disciplines will be considered in appropriate circumstances. It is important that all international Law students speak, write and understand English well. Students can assess their fluency by taking the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) or the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). For entry onto the LLM programmes a minimum level of 6.5 is required for IELTS, or a written TOEFL score of 580 or computer based TOEFL score of 237. If applicants do not meet the language entry requirements, English for Academic Purposes (EAP) courses are available through our Nottingham Language Centre prior to the start of the Masters programmes.
  • Academic Title
    LLM International Trade
  • Course description
    LLM International Trade

    Modules
    The LLM programmes consist of two common modules: Legal Research and Writing, and the dissertation. Students select seven modules depending on their interests.

    Elective modules include:

        * International Carriage of Goods
        * International Sales of Goods
        * International Finance (two modules)
        * Competition and International Trade Law
        * International Dispute Resolution
        * World Trade Organisation - Law Practice
        * Conflicts of Law
        * Introduction to European Union Law and Remedies

    Course content
    The LLM programmes consist of two common modules:

        * Legal Research and Writing: This module is designed to develop the special legal research and writing skills that students will need to complete the assessments. It provides an opportunity to examine research methodologies, academic writing and library and information skills.
        * Dissertation: The Law School provides a supportive environment for students to carry out a major but focussed individual research project. Students wishing to achieve a Masters degree are required to submit a dissertation of 18,000 to 20,000 words on a suitable topic of their choice.

    Students select seven modules depending on their interests. The course includes modules in:

        * Carriage of Goods
        * International Sale of Goods
        * European Law
        * Competition Law
        * International Dispute Resolution
        * World Trade Organisation
        * Banking and Restitution

    How do you study?
    A range of teaching and learning methods will be employed as appropriate to each module and aims to enhance contextualised skills of research and writing. The methods employed include lectures, seminars and workshops. The seminars allow you to examine topics in-depth through the discussion of papers presented during seminars. Although the primary focus is on individual independent study you may have an opportunity to work in groups within seminars.

    Assessment
    With the exception of the dissertation and the Legal Research and Writing module, which is assessed by the submission of a research proposal, the modules for the LLM programmes are assessed by means of a 4,000 word piece of work. These could be discursive essays, reports, case studies or problem scenarios.

    Resources and facilities
    Teaching is normally held at the city site of Nottingham Trent University, and utilises all the facilities available to students, including a well-stocked library, with electronic access.

    Study routes
    The course is one year full-time and runs from September to September.

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