The course is designed for graduates seeking to gain a solid foundation into the growing discipline of financial regulations and corporate law in the international context. The programme focusses on the conceptual and theoretical aspects of substantive law and regulation in the field; the procedural mechanisms for the application of law; the challenges faced with the evolution of principles, rules and procedures; and the wider impact that regulations have on the wider society. Beyond the conceptual and theoretical focus, the course also covers the practical aspects of financial regulation in the domestic and international context.
Modules include: theory of international financial regulation; corporate law 1; corporate law 2; corporate governance and corporate social responsibility; practice of international financial regulation. Optional modules include: European union competition law; principles of international commercial arbitration; world trade organisation (WTO) laws; privacy and data protection; international trade law; practice of international commercial arbitration.
Course Additional Entry
A UK 1st or 2nd Cass Honours degree or equivalent internationally recognised qualification in law; other related disciplines and qualifications will be considered and in such cases assessed on an individual basis by the postgraduate director and an interview may be required; applicants whose 1st language is not English require: IELTS 6.5 (with a minimum of 6 in all areas); Pearson 58 (with a minimum of 51 in all subscores); or BrunELT 65 per cent (with a minimum of 60 per cent in all areas).
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