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Starting 21st October 2024

Application Deadline 4th October 2024

Starting 21st October 2024

Application Deadline 4th October 2024

Examine the sources of UK law and EU law and the status and consequences within them

In Partnership with Liverpool John Moores University


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Business Law: Choose your Award

The LLM Business Law course will develop your understanding of key areas in business law and international business law, undertaking case studies in a number of modules.

Business Law - PGCert

  • Duration: 9 months
  • Start dates: 21st October 2024
  • Modules: 1 to 3
  • The PGCert requires the successful completion of 60 credits

Business Law - PGDip

  • Duration: 18 months
  • Start dates: 21st October 2024
  • Modules: 1 to 7
  • The PGDip requires the successful completion of 120 credits

Business Law - LLM

  • Duration: 26 months
  • Start dates: 21st October 2024
  • Modules: all 8 modules
  • The LLM requires the successful completion of 180 credits

Why study Business Law?

By completing this course, you will be able to...

  • Demonstrate a critical awareness of the impact and influence policy has and continues to have, on professional practice within international business law
  • Apply major theories and concepts to their studies
  • Reflect on their critical appreciation and apply knowledge to practice in the areas of international business law including, dispute resolution, company law, intellectual property, EU competition, and private international law
  • Demonstrate the skills necessary to plan, conduct and report on a research project by independently engaging with the subject literature and theory, analysing and assessing it to support critical and normative judgments, and developing a structured argument
  • Identify a range of research strategies and methods, and reflexively assess the merits of each
  • Understand and show sensitivity to diversity issues and competing interests to identify and take account of normative and moral positions within international business law
  • Recognise the relevance of the study in the international business law field
  • Using ICT to identify, access, and select effective information collection methods and use the most appropriate analytical tools including the application of numerical skills to cases involving a quantitative dimension
  • Articulate arguments and conclusions based on evidence that are subject to a well-developed critical appraisal and imaginative judgment

Course Assessments

  • To successfully complete the course, you must pass each module.
  • The course is assessed entirely by coursework, which will require to be submitted online.
  • Module assessments will incorporate a variety of summative and formative submissions including reports, essays, presentations, and research assignments.
  • You will also be expected to participate in the virtual learning environment with tutors and fellow students.
  • There will be no examinations requiring attendance at a venue.

Informa Connect Academy: Even more...

  • Accessible – 24/7 availability from wherever you have an internet connection
  • Flexible – take control of where, when, how and the rate at which you study
  • Professional – industry leading course directors and tutors
  • Network –  use our online tutorial forum to ask questions, discuss and share knowledge with tutors and like-minded professionals from around the world
  • Cost-Effective – save money with no additional travel or accommodation costs