Be part of a new generation of lawyers that rethink traditional approaches to conflict resolution with QMUL Online’s LLM International Dispute Resolution.
This world-class international dispute resolution programme is offered through QMUL’s School of International Arbitration (SIA) – a global leader in teaching and research in international dispute resolution.
With its in-depth focus on commercial arbitration, the programme will equip you with a detailed understanding of the key legal issues arising from arbitration proceedings.
Supported by an industry-leading teaching team, you’ll join a global community of like-minded students and professionals – allowing you the opportunity to share ideas, discuss and debate current topics, and further expand your knowledge and perspectives.
QMUL Online’s LLM International Dispute Resolution will open up your career to the challenging and exciting world of international arbitration and global casework.
The course is a great fit for your career goals if you’d like to:
- Understand the fundamental principles of international commercial arbitration
- Be part of one of the world’s longest-running and largest international dispute resolution programmes
- Study for a world-class LLM International Dispute Resolution flexibly, without having to commit to on-campus learning and while being able to carry on uninterrupted with your work and personal commitments
- Learn from a team of world-leading legal experts
- Graduate from a Russell Group university
Some of the topics you’ll cover during the course are:
- What is arbitration? Forms of arbitration; different dispute resolution mechanisms; main arbitral institutions
- Legal framework of arbitration; theories of arbitration
- Essential characteristics of arbitration clauses; pathological clauses; drafting and effective arbitration clauses
- Appointment of arbitrators
- Arbitral procedure
- Arbitration and the courts – provisional measures and enforcement
The course is offered completely online, with assessments being conducted through coursework and a final dissertation.
To graduate, you’ll need to successfully complete 4 modules and a 20,000-word dissertation.
Our team of industry-leading teaching staff will guide your learnings through:
- Online tutorials from world-leading experts in international dispute resolution
- Discussion forums, where you can discuss, share and debate ideas with your global network of students
- Group webinars designed to generate informed discussion around set topics
- Independent study
Find out more about QMUL Online's LLM International Dispute Resolution.