Queen Mary and Singapore's SMU Launch Dual LL.M. in Commercial Law Program

Students in the new 15-month program will study in both London and Singapore

The Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) has partnered with the Singapore Management University to offer a new dual LL.M. in Commercial Law.

The program will be 15 months long. During the first six months of the program, students wil lstudy in Singapore, where they'll get an overview of commercial law in Asia. The rest of the program will take place on the QMUL campus in London. 

The curriculum will focus on international and comparative issues, and especially, the importance of laws and rules underpinning business relationships. Compulsory program modules cover topics in "Foreign Investment Law in Asia," "E-Commerce Law," "Ethics in Business and Finance," and "Commercialisation of Intellectual Property Rights," among others. Additionally, students will be able to choose from a list of elective modules, including options like "Private Banking Law" and "Cyberspace Law."

The new dual LL.M. is set to launch in July 2016. Applications for the inaugural intake will open in late October. For more information, please see the QMUL/SMU Dual LL.M. in Commercial Law program webpage.

You can also read more about QMUL's LL.M. programs on the school's full profile at LLM GUIDE.


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