Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Commercial Law is a three-yearfull timecourse delivered at WIUT. It consists of subject areas found on an English law degree taught at the University of Westminster (London). Recent years have witnessed the globalisation of trade and investment, the emergence of new markets, increasing trans-border merger and acquisition activity, and the growing convergence of trade, finance and global corporate governance. Modules for the BA in Commercial Law deal with the global and regional regulation of international trade, and corporate law.
Law is a subject where you can develop a range of skills and explore many aspects of human life. Studying Law as an undergraduate gives you the chance to sharpen your mind, strengthen your understanding and deepen your experience across the full range of humanities and social sciences. You acquire both breadth of understanding and depth in the areas that interest you most.
Law should therefore appeal to those who want to develop both abstract thinking and practical problem-solving. And it's easy to see why you don't have to become a lawyer just because you've done a Law degree; many choose not to. A Law degree can give you the skills to be a successful lawyer, but also a successful producer, politician, manager, journalist, police officer or almost any other profession that requires intellectual strength combined with a practical approach to the world.
It is for those who wish:
- To understanding of legal principles of business and commerce and their application
- To develop the personal competencies required in legal practice or other careers and activities
- To acquire enquiring, logical and critical approach to legal analysis and promote practical skills of processing information, and identifying, formulating and solving problems.
- To open up options for the next step for future careers as LLM – some students may wish to develop their learning via a Master of Laws degree and Legal Practice Course for advocate in Uzbekistan.
- To open own law firm or work as in house-lawyer in local and international organizations.
- European Law
- International Trade Law
- International Banking and Finance Law
- Intellectual Property Law
- Alternative Dispute Resolutions Methods
- Corporate Crime
- Company Law and Corporate Governance
- Contract law
The overall program aims and objectives are to produce highly skilled graduates with an awareness of contemporary legal environment of business.
- English – at least IELTS 6,5 (writing 6,0) or TOEFL 92 iBT
- Maths – at least 40% in WIUT Maths Exam or a certificate proving maths competence (GCSE, SAT)
An applicant should take WIUT Maths Exam held from April till June in Tashkent or present other proof of maths knowledge (for example GCSE, A/S, International Baccalaureate, SATS, ACT) before 25th August 2017 and other documents.
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Last updated March 3, 2017