What makes our LLM in International Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation special?
On our LLM in International Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation (ICGFR), you will have an opportunity to undertake in-depth comparative and contextual study of the regulation of the company.
During the course you will look at the various ways in which different jurisdictions respond to similar economic and social pressures, examining key topics in the post financial crisis era. It will allow you to develop an understanding of the interaction between the process of globalisation and general principles and theories of corporate governance and financial regulation.
Not only will you study the main topics in corporate governance and financial law and regulation, including compliance dimensions but you will also learn to appreciate the economic and social context in which commercial decisions are made and corporate governance and financial regulation operate with reference to historical developments.
This LLM is distinctive because :
- It has been designed by widely recognised subject experts, who also provide training for the staff of the Bank of England
- It provides students with the opportunity to study corporate governance and financial regulation together
- Classes are relatively small allowing for intense discussion and plenty of opportunity for feedback by academics
- Modules are drawing on expertise of top legal practitioners in curriculum design and delivery
What will I study?
You will take our core study modules to give you a firm grounding in the subject as well as legal research and writing skills, along with two optional modules in term one and three optional modules in term two. You will undertake a dissertation in term three.
The modules due to run next year may vary from the list above, depending on staff availability, research priorities, and student uptake. While we do our best to run as wide a variety of subjects as possible, it is not always possible to offer every module.
With permission, it is possible to take up to two modules external to your programme, as optional choices.
Daniel Osei Agyekumhene - LLM Student ICGFR
The law faculty at Warwick has some of the best minds in their respective fields of Law; the LLM curriculum is thorough and life changing.
What sort of careers can I go on to?
We have recently had graduates go on to work in:
- Trainees at the European Central Bank
- Compliance officers
- Company Secretaries
- In-house legal counsels
- Barristers (corporate litigation)
- Financial analysts
- Human Resources
With help and support from our world-class academic staff, you will write a 10,000 word dissertation on a suitable topic in your third term. We will help guide you in choosing a topic and title, and train you in how to research and how to structure your dissertation, setting you in excellent stead if you should choose to continue your studies with a PhD.
Examples of recently completed dissertations:
Territorial Challenge of Jurisdiction over Cybercrime in Financial Institutions: The Case of English Jurisprudence
The What and the Why of Diverted Profits Tax (UK 2015)
For more information email:
pglaw dot admissions at warwick dot ac dot uk