The programme is designed for students who have studied law fully or substantially. The content of the programme involves compulsory modules designed to provide an understanding of some of the most important elements of the law regulating international and European business. The master stage requires a piece of independent research on a topic of international or European business. Overall the main aim of the programme is to provide a demanding programme of study which challenges students to develop their ability to think critically and to enhance students’ prior knowledge of legal system by encouraging them to develop their skills and apply into the specialist area of international and European business. The study also enables students to demonstrate originality of though through the structuring and elucidation of idea at a level appropriate to a masters programme in international and European business law. In the context of intutional reforms and approximation with European practices, the programme also provides the students the opportunity to enhance their career prospects while equally contributing to national and sectoral development.
Programme Learning Outcomes
On successful completion of this programme a student will have knowledge and understanding of:
On completion of the programme the students are also expected to have subject specific intellectual, practical and transferable skills: