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The International Financial Regulation and Corporate Law LLM consists of compulsory and optional modules and a 15,000 word dissertation on a legal topic of your choice.
Full-time students should complete four modules per term, excluding the dissertation.
Part-time students should complete two modules per term, excluding the dissertation.
Brunel Law School is research driven and was ranked 14th in the UK for REF Intensity in Law in the most recent Research Excellence Framework (REF2014). Through their research, our lecturers are at the forefront of domestic and international legal scholarship, which means your education will be innovative, inspiring and truly up-to-date.
Your International Financial Regulation and Corporate Law LLM modules will be delivered through seminars, with two hours of teaching per module a week alongside your own self-directed study. Optional modules have class sizes of 10-12 students, and compulsory modules have class sizes of around 25 on average.
You’ll also learn through:
You will receive your timetable in advance of the course starting.
Part-time study is based on a full-time timetable, with one less module per semester.
Corporate Law I
Theory of International Financial Regulation
Corporate Law II
Practice of International Financial Regulation
Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility
You will leave Brunel with a firm grounding in law and with solid legal knowledge, allowing you to be flexible in your future choices. While many of our students specialise to enhance their legal practice work, others are sought after by: