Students study in two Asian hubs - Singapore and Shanghai

The National University of Singapore (NUS) Faculty of Law is now accepting applications for its International Business Law LL.M. program beginning in July 2007. Students of this program are promised a true international experience, with two months of coursework in Singapore followed by seven months of study in Shanghai (China).

According one NUS faculty member, the course "aims to provide students with an insight into international business and financial services law, and is purposefully designed to enable the adventurous student to experience life in two of the most exciting and important cities in Asia...It is especially targeted at students from outside Asia, as well as those from China."

The program is taught entirely in English by faculty of both NUS and the East China University of Politics and Law (ECUPL) in Shanghai. The awarded degree comes from NUS. Applications are due by January 15, 2007.

For information about this program and application material, please visit the NUS website.

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