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The growth in international trade has subsequently given rise to the importance of international commercial law which governs transactions between companies and individuals, as opposed to trade law which deals with those between private and public sectors, both within different countries. This modern multidisciplinary course will allow you to develop a sound knowledge and understanding of key legal aspects within international commerce law and cover areas such as regulation of contracts, setting up of international joint ventures, managing intellectual assets, corporate socio-legal issues, and the resolution of disputes. This course is not solely focused on academic outcomes we also understand the importance of soft or professional skills within this industry and therefore look to develop your inter-personal abilities in relation to communication, presentation, team working, leadership and problem-solving. We encourage you to share and draw on your own personal views, professional backgrounds and experiences during your regular group sessions. You will be taught through a mixture of short lectures, seminars, group and individual research to explore relevant issues on set topics. The course has a strong underpinning of the legal framework within which international commerce operates naturally leading on to the need to investigate the solving of disputes, understanding the impact of social responsibility on corporations and the growing importance of the international regulatory framework. The Dissertation is a key element of the course, allowing you to select a topic of your choice either inspired by the variety of modules offered, contributions by guest speakers, a specific issue relating to your current role or an area of personal interest. You will be allocated a member of our postgraduate staff who will support and guide you through this project. You may also choose to undertake a short work placement to assist you in your preparation and research. If you are looking to support your studies with work experience or to assist your research in a specific dissertation topic, we encourage and assist you in approaching international or multinational organisations offering work experience to enable you in linking your theoretical knowledge to research and practice.

The growth in international trade has subsequently given rise to the importance of international commercial law which governs transactions between companies and individuals, as opposed to trade law which deals with those between private and public sectors, both within different countries. This modern multidisciplinary course will allow you to develop a sound knowledge and understanding of key...

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