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            COURSES

            • Duration: 1 Year
            School of Law

            1.Master of Laws (LLM)
            2.Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

            • - Arbitration Law
            • - Administrative Law
            • - Insurance Law
            • - Banking Law
            • - Islamic Law
            • - Business Law
            • - International Law
            • - Commercial Law
            • - Intellectual Law
            • - Consumer Law
            • - Industrial Law
            • - Comparative Law
            • - Jurisprudence
            • - 北京福彩网 Law
            • - Partnership Law
            • - Civil Litigation
            • - Labour Law
            • - Criminology Maritime Law
            • - Conveyancing Landlord and Tenant Law
            • - Contract Law
            • - Military Law
            • - European Community Law
            • - Revenue Law
            • - Employment Law
            • - Tort Law
            • - Environmental Law
            • - Trusts Law
            • - Equity Succession Law
            • - Evidence Scots Law
            • - Family Law
            • - Constitutional Law
            • - Local Govt. Law
            • - Criminal Law
            • - Land Law

            Successful students will be awarded the AUL Certificate in English for Academic Purposes (EAP) and will automatically be accepted onto the degree course of their choice. Students will also be given the opportunity to enter for IELTS (International English Language Testing System). This is a thorough-going examination which tests the whole range of core skills in English and has established itself as the main English Language test for entrance to University both in Britain and abroad. The course will be taught over 2 semesters.

            Graduate Programs

            1.Master of Laws (LLM)

            2.Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

            NOTE:

            Currently the School of Law does not offer a Bachelor Degree Program.

            A few of the degree programs may not be available due to the non-availability of a research and thesis supervisor during a particular academic year.

            Master of Laws (LLM)

            Requirements:

            A minimum of 36 semester credits.

            A cumulative grade point average (GPA) of B (3.00)

            AUL graduates with the Master of Law (LLM) degree may find job opportunities in professions like administration, banking and finance, education and law, etc. For a Master's degree, a student is required to earn 36 semester credits beyond a recognized bachelor's degree in law or an equivalent qualification. These credits may be earned by course work or by supervised study and research over a minimum duration of one year, culminating in a Master's degree thesis.

            The LLM program through course work requires a student to earn 18 credits by studying 9 subjects in three semesters and further 18 credits by a research thesis. Research thesis is will determine the specialization of the degree. Thesis is written under the supervision of a subject specialist culminating an original work.

            Students can also complete LLM through research thesis for the whole of 36 credits by working on a specific topic under the supervision of a subject specialist.

            Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

            Requirements:

            A minimum of 72 semester credits.

            AUL graduates with the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree may find job opportunities in professions like administration, banking and finance, education and law, etc.

            A doctoral degree candidate is required to earn a minimum of 72 semester credits beyond a recognized Master's degree in law or an equivalent qualification. In exceptional circumstances, a bachelor degree in law may be accepted for admission to the PhD degree program. These credits may be earned by supervised study and research over a minimum duration of two years, culminating in a doctoral degree thesis.