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Master of Laws LLM


The LLM at UCLan Cyprus will enable students to focus on a range of very different subjects of use in their professional careers but also specialise in a range of exciting fields of law for those
preferring a narrower focus. By introducing new, special option modules, five areas of concentration have been developed in the fields of:

> International Energy Law

> European Union Law

> Law and International Security

> International Business Law

> Financial and Commercial law

The LLM (Master of Laws) is available to students from both a legal and non-legal background. Classes are taught during the late afternoon and evening. The course does not have any examinations, but is assessed through written assignments and a Dissertation. Emphasis is placed on private research and study, assisted by the University’s outstanding law resources and databases. Therefore, class contact time is limited; reflective of a desire to offer a world-class course of interest to the talented, serious and dedicated student only, whilst providing the necessary flexibility for those juggling other professional and personal commitments.


Advanced Legal Systems

Option modules run subject to availability and demand

Oil and Gas: Public Law
Oil and Gas: Private Law
Independent Research Project

EU Constitutional Law and Governance
EU Trade Law and Policy
EU Single Market Law
EU Competition Law
EU External Relations

International Criminal Law and Security
Law Relating to Security at Sea
International Human Rights Law
Inter/Intra-State Conflict Resolution
Peacebuilding and the Law
Transnational Regulation of Terrorism
Transnational Regulation of Human Trafficking

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS LAW (offered also as a specialised LLM)
International Commercial Litigation
International Intellectual Property Law
WTO Law and Policy
International Commercial Arbitration
Shipping and Maritime Commercial Law
International Commercial Mediation
International Sale of Goods

Financial and Commercial Law (offered also as a specialised LLM)
Banking and Financial Services Regulation
EU Economic and Financial Governance
International Corporate Governance
Law of International Financial Transactions


The University reserves the right to make amendments to programmes in order to improve the quality of learning
content and outcomes.

Career Options

Past UCLan graduates have gained or developed careers in diverse legal, professional, commercial and regulatory fields.

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