4.2.1    Degrees Offered

In our flagship Master of Laws (LLM) by coursework programme, a wide variety of elective modules are available, taught by an internationally distinguished academic faculty.

In order to obtain a specialisation, students will have to complete 24 credits or generally, 6 modules (out of a possible 40-44 credits or generally, 10 modules) in a relevant specialisation. These students will then have the option of graduating with an LLM degree with the specific specialisation indicated on their degree scrolls, or an LLM degree with no specialisation indicated. Alternatively, students may opt from the outset to take any 40-44 credits of modules and graduate with an LLM degree with no specialisation. The latter option affords maximum flexibility in course selection according to the student’s individual preferences and interests.