July 16, 2010
China University of Political Science and Law launches LLM Programmes
China University of Political Science and Law (CUPL) is going to launch LLM and PhD Programmes in English for international students starting in September 2010, this is following an increase in demand.
CUPL is based in Beijing, and is the elite Law University in China. Many of CUPL’s alumni go on to take leading positions in China’s legal system.
The new programmes are focused on China’s domestic and international law which is currently undergoing rapid development in line with the booming economy.
The courses are highly flexible and can be completed part or full time. Students also have the opportunity to study Mandarin Chinese and take legal work experience in Beijing and other cities in China.
Course fees are RMB 87,000 (approx £8,700) for the LLM and RMB 99,000 (£9,700) for the PhD, with courses starting in September of each year. The admission deadline is the middle of August.
Click here to apply.
Looking for funding for postgraduate studies in 2010? Check out the exclusive bursaries on offer from Postgrad Solutions.
Content added on 16th July 2010.