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The Graduate Diploma of Arts in International Law provides students with advanced and specialised legal training that qualifies you to work in a multinational legal environment. Students can specialise in international law (general), international commercial law or international human rights law, depending on their elective choices.
The student will complete six subjects. In the first semester, the student will complete three compulsory subjects and in the second semester, the student will choose three electives.
Three electives to choose from:
Students who successfully complete the Graduate Diploma of Arts in International Law, International Commercial Law or International Human Rights Law may progress to the LL.M. Programme by completing a 20,000 word dissertation in a relevant area.
Students who wish to specialise in an area of law within a law firm or practice at the Bar often choose the postgraduate diploma to gain sufficient knowledge in that area. Increasingly, businesses are dealing with international markets and, for this reason, the Postgraduate Diploma in International Commercial Law is very popular with lawyers in this area.
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