The UK's University of Bradford is now offering an LL.M in International Commercial Law, according to the school's website.
The LL.M. offers intakes in January and September and takes one year to complete.
It covers a number of topics, with required modules on Principles of Regulation and Enforcement; and Sustainable Development Law in Business and Society. Students can also pursue a number of elective classes in subjects like commercial dispute resolution, international commercial contracts and e-commerce, and international intellectual property law, among others. LL.M. students can also choose to pursue modules at Bradford's School of Management.
To apply, interested candidates must have a 2:2 or higher degree in any subject, or relevant work experience at the graduate level. They must also have an IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent with a minimum of 5.5 in each sub-test.
For more information, please see Bradford's LL.M. in International Commercial Law program webpage.
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