Disclaimer: Currently these pages are being updated to reflect the courses for 2022 - 2023. Until these pages are fixed as per 1 September 2022 no rights can be claimed from the information which is currently contained within.
Should there be any future changes of the Covid 19 virus which may impinge our teaching and assessment, these could necessitate modification of the course descriptions after 1 September. This will only happen in the event of strict necessity and the interests of the students will be taken into account. Should there be a need for any change during the course, this will be informed to all students on a timely basis. Modifications after 1 September 2022 may only be done with the approval and consent of the Faculty Board and Programme Director.
In addition to following the above-mentioned courses, students are expected to write and submit a thesis on a substantive issue of International Civil and Commercial Law. The topic of the thesis is to be chosen by the student, in collaboration and agreement with his/her supervising faculty member. The thesis must be well researched and analytical rather than merely descriptive. It should ideally be of publishable quality.