Law

 

Target Applicants

International undergraduates who possess strong English oral, reading and writing ability and who have passed UIBE’s application process

Credit Requirement

23 courses, the total number of credits required for a master degree is 40 (not to exceed 46), and a 6 months internship.

Cultivation Objectives

Generally, it’s to cultivate high-level international legal talents to be equipped with a full-scale knowledge of Chinese and American law, possessing international vision and capability to practice specific international litigation in commercial and economic fields. Specifically, to be proficient in reading, research, and writing legal documents in English, to master leading legal issues, to be acquainted with updated regime and regulations, and to be competent in high-level domestic and foreign related commercial and legal affairs.

Degree Requirement

Students who fulfill the credit requirements, complete a dissertation of 20,000-30,000 words in English and successfully defend their thesis will be awarded the international master’s degree of law.

Core courses

Course Name

Credits

Course Description

Chinese Legal History and Chinese Legal Regime

2

With small-sized classes of less than 20 people, students are able to gain a comprehensive and systemized knowledge of Chinese laws, specifically laws regarding commercial transactions. Class methods include comparative research and case analysis to enhance students’ abilities to analyze and solve problems, as well as the abilities to apply the laws to practical problems. Students’ reading, analysis and writing abilities are also developed by thesis training.

Chinese Product Liability and International Sale of Goods

2

Introduction of Legal Issues of Business in China

2

General Principle of Chinese Civil Law

2

Chinese Commercial Organization Law

2

Chinese Contract Law

2

Chinese Tort Law

2

Chinese Anti-Trust Law

2

Chinese Intellectual Property Law

2

Chinese Security Law

2

Chinese Bank Law

2

Environmental Law

2

Chinese Property Law

2

Chinese Foreign Trade Law

2

Chinese Constitution and Administrative Law

2

Chinese Labor Law

2

Trade and Investment Law

2

Service Trade Law

2

International Tax Law

2

Chinese Arbitration Regulations

2

Negotiation and Dispute Settlement

2

Chinese for Foreigners

4

 

School of International Education,University of International Business and Economics

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