Applicants should have one of the following:
- LL.B or Joint Law degree with a minimum classification of a 2.1
- In the case of degree holders in disciplines other than law with sufficient and adequate legal content on the basis of merit
- Applicants with foreign qualifications on the basis of individual merit
Months of entry
November, October, August, June, April, February
Increasingly globalisation has led to a growing demand for commercial lawyers with an understanding of international law.
This course meets this need and will help you develop an understanding of the origins of public and private international conflicts and disputes, the causes of cross-border and municipal commercial disputes, and how these can be prevented, managed and resolved.
Qualification and course duration
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