In the one year programme, students have to complete six mandatory courses and two optional course chosen from other masters streams, and defend their masters thesis.
For the two year programme, students have to complete 22 substantive courses from various streams, in addition to the mandatory courses, and defend their masters thesis at the end of the programme if students have chosen to follow a two year programme. These courses cover areas such as commercial law, private law, international law, economics and finance as well as policy and regulation.
In addition to the selected mandatory courses, all students have to complete a law foundation courses as well as a course in legal research.
Micro & Macro Economics
Comparative Contract & Commercial Law
International Financial Management
Banking and Financial Market Law
Additional mandatory courses for the two year programme:
Knowledge-based Capital and Fundamentals of Venture Capital Industry
International Insolvency Law
Mergers and Acquisitions