The University of Nottingham’s International Commercial Law LLM considers the diversity and contemporary relevance of international business. The course examines how commercial law meets a variety of challenges in an increasingly globalised economy. We offer a variety of modules taught by specialists in the areas of competition law, public procurement law, intellectual property law, international trade, and commercial law, so you can tailor your LLM to your interests and career goals.
GREAT Scholarships at the University of Nottingham
The University of Nottingham has three GREAT Scholarships, each worth £10,000, available for the 2023-24 academic year for students from:
- India (one scholarship)
- Indonesia (one scholarship)
- Malaysia (one scholarship)
The scholarships for Indonesia and Malaysia are for any taught master's programme.
The scholarship for India is for a taught master's programme in justice and law.
To find out more and how to apply visit the University of Nottingham website.
'The University of Nottingham is a Russell Group university with a global reputation for teaching and research. We are ranked in the UK's top 20 universities by the QS World University Rankings 2022 and the world's top 70 universities for employability in the QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2022. Study alongside students from more than 150 countries at our campuses in Nottingham, city of the legendary Robin Hood. Discover our excellent facilities and support for study, leisure and your career.'
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Apply for a GREAT Scholarship at the University of Nottingham
Find out more
To find out more about GREAT scholarships on offer and how to apply, visit the University of Nottingham website. The deadline for applications is 17 May 2023.
GREAT Scholarships are scholarships to UK universities across a variety of subjects, for students from 14 countries. Applications for 2023-24 are open.
GREAT Scholarships for justice and law
GREAT Scholarships for justice and law are for students who want to study law at a UK university for a one-year postgraduate course.