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Course summary

Pathways are offered for those who wish to specialise in a particular area of commercial law. Each pathway combines law and business, with modules offered by the School of Law and the International Capital Market Association (ICMA) Centre. You will examine law from a comparative, international and interdisciplinary perspective, underpinned by teaching from academic researchers and practitioners. Learn from a variety of guest speakers, academics and practitioners, and gain real-world experience from industry employers. Choose from topics including issues in international commercial law, corporate finance and the law, legal aspects of mergers, acquisitions and takeovers. and legal aspects of trade and the World Trade Organization. For more information, please visit the programme page:


Sample modules may include:

  • Advanced International Commercial Law Issues
  • International Corporate Finance and the Law
  • Research project
  • Legal Aspects of Corporate Rescue
Please note that all modules are subject to change. Check our website for more details about the course structure.

Entry requirements

IELTS: 6.5 overall with no element less than 5.5 (or equivalent). Entry requirements: Normally a good undergraduate honours degree (2.1 or above), or equivalent from a university outside the UK. Our students come with a variety of relevant legal and non-legal experience and all applicants are considered on individual merit.

Fees and funding

Tuition fees

Republic of Ireland £8100 Whole course
Channel Islands £8100 Whole course
EU £17100 Whole course
England £8100 Whole course
Northern Ireland £8100 Whole course
Scotland £8100 Whole course
Wales £8100 Whole course
International £17100 Whole course

Additional fee information

No additional fees or cost information has been supplied for this course, please contact the provider directly.
International Commercial Law at University of Reading - UCAS