International and Chinese Law distance learning programs begin in September

Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSL) has announced new online LL.M. programs in International and Chinese Law starting this September. The programs will be taught in English over one year.

The programs can also be taken as a certificate or diploma. Students can enroll in the certificate and diploma at any time of the year, but the intake for the online law programs is September of each year.

LL.M. students will be required to visit Beijing for an "introductory week" in September at the start of the year to officially enroll at the university, attend information sessions, and meet faculty and fellow students.

For more information, please visit the BFSL online LL.M. program website.

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