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Online LLM in International Business Law
Diversify your career with a deeper of understanding of global perspectives., 9+ courses required, 24 credit hours, $749/$1,197 credit hour, lead global economic growth.
The OU Online LLM in International Business Law program allows lawyers practicing international business law to further their specialization. The 24-credit-hour program provides a comprehensive legal overview of critical topics facing organizations that engage in business beyond the borders of the United States, including international finance, business transactions, arbitration, EU law, trade, and more.
Earning an LLM degree from OU will allow graduates to teach in law schools nationwide.
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Benefits of the International Business Law Master's Degree
Program faculty members are scholars and practitioners who work in government, international business, and law. These experts address the latest legal and political changes in international business.
OU Law creates a small cohort of students who progress through the program together. Courses include high levels of interaction with instructors via online discussions, optional video calls, and other collaborative activities.
Learn in a flexible online program designed for working professionals. You’ll engage in online discussions with professors and fellow students while learning the latest in international business law.
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Like every OU Online program, the LLM in International Business Law is built on the foundation of world-class University of Oklahoma faculty mixed with professors of practice providing valuable instruction. By linking industry experts with our online programs, we offer the most advanced curriculum and prepare students for future career success.
An Investment in Your Future
Earning an LLM in International Business Law degree from OU Online gives you the skills to succeed in a growing and evolving field. It also gives you access to career support and an expanded professional network as part of the global OU alumni community. Stand out where the industry is moving while enjoying the potential for higher pay, career advancement, and new opportunities.
Tuition and fees for the program are $17,976 ($749 per credit hour) for in-state students and $28,728 ($1,197 per credit hour) for out-of-state students. Books and additional materials are not included.
Once accepted into the program, students must submit a $350 nonrefundable deposit within two weeks. Deposits are applied toward tuition expenses and secure a student’s place in the upcoming class.
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Students in the online LLM in International Business Law complete a 24-credit-hour curriculum in seven-week modules. There are two modules per semester, and students typically have a short break between modules. The degree can be completed in as little as 15 months while working full-time. Students must take at least 24 credit hours to earn the degree and can choose from a list of courses to obtain the required amount.
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Spring 2023 • Course
International Business Law
Exam Type: One Day Take-Home
This course aims to provide students with a broad overview of the problems that confront businesses as they go global and how different forms of law work to address such problems. Through a series of examples, the class will explore the legal and policy implications that arise out of cross-border transactions. How do businesses navigate markets that operate very differently than their own home market? We explore how treaties, national laws, and informal norms shape and constrain business decisions. Among the topics to be explored are how businesses deal with issues such as corporate social responsibility, intellectual property protection, corruption, privacy, and enforcement of arbitration awards. The Spring 2023 class will focus, in particular, on transactions with Asia, but will draw on examples from other regions as well.
Note: Students who took Law & the International Economy in their 1L year are not eligible to take this course.
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MSL With a in Specialization in International Business Law
Pitt Law launched the Master of Studies in Law (MSL) in International Business Law specialization after seeing a need for busy professionals to gain knowledge and experience in cross-border transactions and disputes. Why is Pitt Law well suited to teach in this area? Based on the success of the Center for International Legal Education, which exists to advance legal education and the rule of law throughout the world, Pitt Law faculty members are well equipped to bring this unique program to you.
Paired with the Master of Studies in Law core courses, the MSL in International Business Law specialization prepares you for understanding and managing U.S. and international business transactions, and further equips you to manage cross-border disputes via skills gained in litigation, mediation and arbitration.
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The MSL in International Business Law: The Perfect Fit for Busy Professionals
Pitt Law’s online courses are delivered through a custom, engaging learning platform. Asynchronous classes give you the flexibility to learn whenever and wherever is most convenient for you.
Even with maximum flexibility, you will find support from Pitt Law’s faculty members and from your cohort. Course instructors check in on and support student progress through each week of your courses and interact with you via email, comments on assignments, discussion threads, and through group and private discussions, primarily conducted through Zoom.
The course materials are organized by a weekly schedule, which makes it easy for you to know what work to complete when. You will also find consistency between your core MSL courses and your International Business Law courses, meaning it will be easier for you to know what to expect so that you can successfully navigate your current career and your education.
Take advantage of Pitt Law’s 5:1 student-to-faculty ratio, which provides you with individualized attention that sets you up for success during your master’s program and after graduation.
What Can You Do With an MSL in International Business Law?
Holding an MSL degree with an in depth specialization in international business law will help set you apart in the job market. Review a sampling of common job titles held by people with MSL degrees. In the list below, an understanding of the law and how it governs your role is crucial to success in each position.
International Business Law Specialization Courses
After completing 15 credits of core courses that make up the Online MSL program, you will earn 15 credits in the International Business Law specialization. This specialization consists of five courses curated to introduce you to the nuance of international law and transnational disputes.
- Introduction to U.S. and International Business Law (3 credits)
- Commercial Aspects of Cross-Border Transactions (3 credits)
- Specialty Areas in Cross-Border Transactions (3 credits)
- Foundations of International Dispute Resolution and Litigation (3 credits)
- Special Topic in International Transactional or Dispute Resolution Law (3 credits)
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Pitt Law’s Online MSL specializations are uniquely tailored to the business opportunities you seek. Earning your MSL with the Business Law specialization will set you apart in the world of international commercial law.
Join Pitt Law’s legal community and robust alumni network to grow your career and employment prospects.
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New York , NY
- # 1 in Business/Corporate Law (tie)
- # 8 in Best Law Schools (tie)
$78,278 (full-time) TUITION AND FEES
4.5 PEER ASSESSMENT SCORE
173 MEDIAN LSAT (FULL-TIME)
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Cambridge , MA
- # 5 in Best Law Schools (tie)
$71,734 (full-time) TUITION AND FEES
174 MEDIAN LSAT (FULL-TIME)
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Chicago , IL
- # 3 in Best Law Schools
$74,607 (full-time) TUITION AND FEES
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- # 4 in Business/Corporate Law (tie)
$76,290 (full-time) TUITION AND FEES
4.4 PEER ASSESSMENT SCORE
172 MEDIAN LSAT (FULL-TIME)
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- # 1 in Best Law Schools (tie)
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- # 10 in Best Law Schools (tie)
$59,306 (in-state, full-time) TUITION AND FEES
$67,816 (out-of-state, full-time) TUITION AND FEES
170 MEDIAN LSAT (FULL-TIME)
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Philadelphia , PA
- # 4 in Best Law Schools
$73,008 (full-time) TUITION AND FEES
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Charlottesville , VA
- # 8 in Business/Corporate Law
$68,500 (in-state, full-time) TUITION AND FEES
$71,500 (out-of-state, full-time) TUITION AND FEES
4.1 PEER ASSESSMENT SCORE
171 MEDIAN LSAT (FULL-TIME)
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- # 9 in Business/Corporate Law (tie)
- # 14 in Best Law Schools
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$64,417 (out-of-state, full-time) TUITION AND FEES
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In the IBL programme, you have the possibility to learn more about business-related subjects such as contract and consumer law, commercial law (including company law, securities markets law, competition law and intellectual property law) and commercial dispute resolution from an international point of view. The programme comprises compulsory and optional studies, seminars and research work including a Master’s thesis.
Please note that there is no student intake to the Master's Programme in International Business Law in 2023.
As economic life is affected by globalisation, it is important for successful business law professionals to have extensive knowledge of international business law. In the two-year research-oriented Master's Programme in International Business Law (IBL), you will become an internationally-oriented business law professional well-qualified for a career in legal practice and academia.
In the IBL programme, you will be able to:
- Increase and deepen your knowledge and understanding of business law, including contract law, company law, IP law, competition law and commercial dispute resolution
- Further develop your analytical, legal argumentation and communications skills
- Develop research skills and business law knowledge in order to continue your studies in a PhD programme
- Study in an international and multicultural environment with students and staff from all over the world
- Network with potential employers and other potential future colleagues in the field of international business law
After completing the Master's Programme in International Business Law, you will be awarded a Master of International and Comparative Law (MICL) degree title (kansainvälisen ja vertailevan oikeustieteen maisteri).
Please note that the completion of this degree does not qualify graduates for positions which specifically require a Finnish Master of Laws degree (oikeustieteen maisteri, OTM).
The scope of the master´s programme is 120 credits (ECTS) to be completed in two academic years. The programme comprises compulsory and optional studies, seminars and research work including a Master’s thesis. In the first year, you will concentrate on compulsory and optional studies. In the second year, you will write your thesis and take more optional studies. You can also include an internship and a student exchange period as part of your degree.
One of the cornerstones of the International Business Law programme is its versatility. In addition to all essential fields of business law, you can choose from an extensive selection of other law courses. You don’t choose a major or specialisation as such but can focus on the topics that interest you the most in your optional studies.
You will have the opportunity to gain in-depth knowledge especially in:
- Contract and consumer law
- Commercial law (including company law, securities markets law, competition law and intellectual property law)
- Commercial dispute resolution (especially international arbitration)
- Law, technology and digitalisation
Information about the structure and content of the programme.
The teaching language of the programme is English. At least 75% of the degree must be completed fully in English (e.g. seminars, seminar papers and similar written work, exams and the Master’s thesis). However, you can also study in other languages, and for example include a semester abroad or law courses taught in Finnish or Swedish.
In the IBL programme, you will learn by participating in lecture courses and case study courses as well as by writing seminar papers, presenting your work and completing a research seminar while writing your Master’s thesis. Depending on the courses you take, you will either be studying more independently or you will be involved in group work.
You don’t choose any major or specialisation as such, but you are free to focus on the topics that you are most interested in by selecting your optional studies from the large variety of courses offered by the Faculty of Law. In addition to the core IBL courses, you can focus on topics such as European law, international tax law, trade and transport law, and Russian or Chinese business law. If you are aiming at a more multidisciplinary degree, you can include courses from other faculties/universities into your optional studies.
In addition to regular courses and seminars, you have the possibility to participate for example in Moot Court Competitions or Helsinki Law Clinic courses to gain practical experience, network and meet potential employers. You are also encouraged to seize career opportunities already during your studies.
Are you interested in the themes that you can focus on in your studies and the example course sets? See the page with information about the structure and content of the programme .
You can also check out courses from the online course catalogue for University of Helsinki students in the Studies service.
The University of Helsinki also offers Finnish courses for international students .
During the second year of your studies you will participate in a research project and write a Master's thesis, an independent research project. The research seminar consists of a research seminar essay (10 credits), the research seminar (10 credits) and the Master's thesis (30 credits).
The research seminar in International Business Law is a year-long project during which you will participate in seminar meetings, complete seminar assignments, write your Master’s thesis and present the findings in front of the class. Your research and writing process will be supported by research seminar meetings. You will agree on the topic of your thesis with your thesis supervisor. To support your individual career interests, you are free to choose any business law oriented thesis topic, as long as it is approved by your thesis supervisor.
During the research seminar you will get regular feedback about your work from your supervisor and fellow students. Upon completing the research seminar, you will have advanced academic argumentation and writing skills as well as thorough understanding of your thesis topic.
Writing seminars prepare you for the Master's thesis. You are required to take at least one writing seminar during your studies, but you are free to attend more.
After having completed International Business Law (IBL) programme you will be awarded a Master of International and Comparative Law (MICL) degree title (kansainvälisen ja vertailevan oikeustieteen maisteri) which provides you a general eligibility for doctoral studies. The programme will develop research skills and business law knowledge in order to continue your studies in a PhD programme.
More information about doctoral education at the University of Helsinki .
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Read stories about the International Business Law students and alumni.
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As a student and member of the Student Union (HYY), you are entitled to many benefits and services . For example, affordable student housing , low-cost sports services and student-priced meals . You also get numerous discounts, for example on public transport fees across the country.
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International Business Law LLM pathway
Led by a team of distinguished academics and practitioners, the King’s LLM in International Business Law will provide you with an edge in the practice of international business law. With a focus on international trading and business and international financial transactions, you may also choose to learn about the resolution of international business disputes through international litigation and arbitration. The modules will provide you with a practitioner perspective and related skills and equip you to practice with a major law firm or multinational corporation.
- This pathway offers a unique student experience by taking advantage of our outstanding and wide-ranging academic reputation in this field, with emphasis on innovative and problem-solving teaching methods as well as our comparative and international outlook.
- Designed to maximise students’ intellectual potential, it also keeps you grounded by drawing on the real-world experiences of staff and other practitioners.
- This pathway focuses on international trading, financial/banking and energy transactions and the resolution of international business disputes through arbitration and/or business litigation. It is strongly oriented towards legal practice in these fields and therefore has a support group of relevant comparative law modules that are regarded as being useful to working in this area.
What you will study
Once enrolled on the General LLM at King’s, students can choose modules to follow the International Business Law pathway and achieve a specialist LLM in International Business Law. Full-time students who complete the programme in one year will normally take modules totalling 180 credits. *Prerequisite – students must also take Law of International Finance 1. To graduate with an International Business Law LLM at least 120 credits must be taken within the pathway. This can be optional modules alone or a combination of optional modules and a writing project, providing its content is relevant to the pathway. The range of International Business Law LLM optional modules may typically include:
- Banking Law (30 credits)
- Corporate Governance (15 credits)
- Green Finance (15 credits)
- Insurance Law 1 (15 credits)
- International and Comparative Trust Law (30 credits)
- International Commercial Arbitration (15 credits)
- International Investment Law (15 credits)
- Law of International Finance 1 (30 credits)
- Taxation of Business Enterprises (30 credits)
- The Law and Politics of Economic Regulation (15 credits)
- World Trade Law (15 credits)
In addition, all students are required to take one of the following writing projects, detailed further on the General LLM prospectus page:
- Dissertation (45 credits)
- Dissertation (60 credits)
- 10,000 word practice or research module (45 credits)
To follow the International Business Law pathway, you must first apply for the General LLM at King's. After enrolment you will select your pathway modules.
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Professor Djakhongir Saidov is the International Business Law pathway course lead. Professor Saidov specialises in international commercial law. His research interests lie in the law of sale of goods, international commercial law instruments and law relation to international oil and gas operations.
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International Business Law
The International Business Law program begins with a two-week introductory course, the first week of which may be taken jointly by students in both programs. Classes in the IBL program then focus on public international law governing international trade and investment, and provide an overview of the fields of activity of the World Trade Organization (WTO), with a focus on multilateral trade negotiations and dispute settlement. Students learn about the law governing international business transactions as well as the different forms of dispute resolution that are open to the parties in such transactions.
- Introduction to International Business Law (3 credits)
- International Economic Law (3 credits)
- International Commercial Law (3 credits)
Typical Field Study Destinations
- Clifford Chance LLP (London)
- European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (London)
- Law firms in Paris and Geneva
- Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (Paris)
- World Trade Organization and Canadian Mission (Geneva)
- Advisory Centre on WTO Law (Geneva)
- International Trade Centre (Geneva)
- World Intellectual Property Organization (Geneva)
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Preparatory course (pre-university programme).
- Duration of study: September/October 2023 – July 2024.
- Start date: September – October.
- Exams: June 2024.
- Tuition: $7000.
- The level of Russian: All levels.
- Duration of study: March 2024 – July 2025.
- Holidays: July – August 2024.
- Start date: 1 March – 30 March 2024.
- Exams: June 2025.
- Tuition: $8900.
- The level of Russian: Beginner.
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