About this course
Cross-border voting, international mergers, freedom of establishment, redundancies, the legal aspects of shipping and the transportation of goods. Get the facts on intellectual-property rights, commercial transactions and transport law. Learn how costs and risks are allocated, and about the key role of documents of title such as bills of lading and letters of credit.
The Master in Commercial Law has two specialisations:
- Commercial and Company Law: provides students with the legal aspects of doing business in a international setting. Combines commercial, company and labour law. Learn about international mergers, freedom of establishment
- Maritime and Transport Law: provides students with the legal aspects of shipping and the transportation of goods. Learn how costs and risks are allocated, the key role of documents of title such as bills of lading and letters of credit.
- Relevant bachelor diploma: It has to be equivalent to EUR bachelor's programmes prior to the corresponding master's programme.
- Different master specialisations require certain academic backgrounds additional to having a relevant bachelor degree.
- Sufficient mathematics and statistics: All programmes are taught from a strong quantitative approach. A solid background in mathematics and statistics is a necessity for every programme.
- Academic TOEFL: 232 / 90
- Academic IELTS: 6.5