IELTS at 6.5 or equivalent with a minimum of 5.5 in each sub-test.
If you do not meet the IELTS requirement, you can take a University of Bradford pre-sessional English course.
What you will study
An intensive 2-week induction at the beginning of the course ensures that all students, including those from non-law and/or international backgrounds, are taught the core concepts and academic skills necessary to achieve the learning outcomes.
Students take 180 credits of modules comprising a taught element of 120 credits, and a 60 credit dissertation.
Students will be required to take 40 credits of core modules covering subjects on Principles of Regulation and Enforcement, and Sustainable Development Law in Business and Society which will explore core themes and provide the necessary background and wider context of the study of this subject.
In addition, students will be required to take a total of 60 credits of modules from the followings(20 credits each) which will provide specific and in-depth knowledge in specialist aspects of human rights and development:
- Public International Law
- International Human Rights Law
- International Humanitarian Law
- Gender Law
- Migration & Asylum Law
- Peacekeeping and Peace Building
- Business Human Rights and Environment
- Governance for Development
The final 20-credit module of the LLM in International Commercial Law is an elective which can either be chosen from the list above, from a wider pool of postgraduate modules from the School of Law or from other departments such as the School of Management.
Please note that for 2019 entry, the module information is subject to change.