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Bachelor of Laws (LLB)

The Bachelor of Laws (LLB) programme is delivered over four years and emphasises the acquisition and development of wide-ranging legal and intellectual skills. Learning and teaching are interactive and aligned with intended learning outcomes. Students are trained to apply laws and legal principles to solve real-life problems. The LLB programme provides a firm foundation for a career in law and law-related fields, public service and post-graduate studies in Hong Kong and overseas.

LLM in Global Business Law and Regulation

This program will provide you with specialist knowledge of the legal setting of business transactions in a global environment, from regulatory frameworks to dispute resolution. You will gain a comparative perspective through interactive classes exploring present-day issues and hands-on experience in clinical courses with local start-up companies. You will also have the opportunity to test your skills at the annual Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot competition in Vienna.

BSc Criminology

Why do people commit a crime, and how do we deal with criminality? Get under the skin of the criminal justice system and learn about rehabilitation inside prison walls as you develop your understanding of how to work with, challenge and change the system. As one of the first universities to offer criminology, Plymouth has stayed at the cutting edge and goes far beyond the theoretical. Immerse yourself in live-action and virtual reality crime scenes and tackle face-to-face suspect interviews.

Justice, Political Philosophy and Law


McMaster’s Justice, Political Philosophy and Law program fosters a sophisticated understanding of the law and legal institutions, and of the political and moral theories that address the value and justice of these institutions. As a JPPL major, you’ll study a wide range of topics including law, policy, global politics, moral theory, feminist jurisprudence, human rights, and globalization. Your major in JPPL will begin in your second year following a successful application to the program. 


International and European Law

Why study this programme?

You will have a lot of choice regarding the topics you would like to study, but for an optimised and worldwide recognised study programme there are suggested packages with a particular focus on competition, company or commercial law. You will study at a Dutch Law School that was rated number one in the Netherlands for student satisfaction.