We welcome independent applications from students from overseas universities for the General Semester in London.
In addition we have programmes designed specifically for students from these institutions and regions:
- Certificate or Diploma in International Finance Law
- Dresden Exchange Programme in Intellectual Property Law
We welcome independent applications from students from overseas universities for the Semester in London (formly known as the Texas Associate Programme).
We have a long tradition of welcoming overseas students who wish to incorporate academic study at Queen Mary into their home institutions’ academic programmes, normally for one semester, from September to December. Students have the opportunity to attend a selection of law classes from our prestigious LLM programme and receive credits towards their home degree.
Our Semester in London programme started with the University of Texas in 1985. The Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) continues to have a formal agreement with the University of Texas, USA and with the Bucerius Law School in Hamburg, Germany.
Students from other universities are welcome to apply but must get approval from their home institution first to ensure that the programme is suitable. Students must also have a suitable academic background.
In previous years we have welcomed independent students from Harvard University, University of Pennsylvania, University of California and the College of William and Mary, University of Florida from the USA and University of Sao Paulo and PUC-Minas University, Brazil, University of Navarro, Spain, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands.
How to Apply
Semester in London: Apply online
For more information, please email the programme coordinator, Michelle Dean, firstname.lastname@example.org
Students take five law modules, which are assessed by essays submitted before the end of term in December. Results are issued end of January / beginning of February.
LLM Modules offered CCLS
- Alternative Dispute Resolution A - CCLS
- Banking Law A - CCLS
- Computer Law A - CCLS
- E-Commerce Law A - CCLS
- EU Financial Law A - CCLS
- Global Policy and Economics of Intellectual Property Law A - CCLS
- Intellectual Property A - CCLS
- Intellectual Property Aspects of Medicine A - CCLS
- Intellectual Property in the Digital Millennium A - CCLS
- International and Comparative Commercial Arbitration A - CCLS
- International and Comparative Law of Copyright and Related Rights A - CCLS
- International and Comparative Law of Patents, Trade Secrets and Related Rights A - CCLS
- International Commercial Law A - CCLS
- International Commercial Litigation - Commercial Conflict of Laws A - CCLS
- International Tax Law I A - CCLS
- International Trade and Investment Dispute Settlement A - CCLS
- IP Transactions A - CCLS
- Law of Finance and Foreign Investment in Emerging Economies A - CCLS
- Legal Aspects of International Finance A CCLS
- Media Law A - CCLS
- Regulation of Financial Markets A - CCLS
- Securities Regulation A - CCLS
- Intellectual Property and the Creative Industries A - CCLS
- Cyberspace Law A - CCLS
- Privacy and Information Law A - CCLS
- Telecommunications Law A - CCLS
- International and Comparative Design Law I - CCLS
- Ethics in Finance - CCLS
- Insurance Law I - General Principles - CCLS
LLM Modules (DoL)
- Corporate Governance - DoL
- International Criminal Law - DoL
- International Law of Armed Conflict and the Use of Force DoL
- Legal Theory in the Common Law Tradition A DoL
- Medical Jurisprudence A DoL
- Secured Financing in Commercial Transactions A DoL
- Taxation: Principles and Concepts A DoL
- EU Immigration Law DoL
- International Human Rights DoL
I came to Queen Mary, University of London in fall of 2012, during my third year at Harvard Law School, where my primary interest was intellectual property law. My semester at Queen Mary enriched my studies with a more international and practical focus. Queen Mary offers a variety of courses in intellectual property law, internet, information and privacy law, and e-commerce law, taught by a diverse set of knowledgeable and dynamic professors and practitioners. My experience at Queen Mary has equipped me to be a more astute intellectual property litigator as well as a more useful advisor to global companies trying to manage and protect their intellectual assets and guard against other risks arising from participation in e-commerce. I've gained a valuable multi-jurisdictional perspective that will make my practice more progressive and portable.