MASTER IN COMPARATIVE BUSINESS LAW
The Master in Comparative Business Law will provide you with the necessary technical skills and knowledge required of an international business law professional through exploration of selected African (including OHADA and Islamic/Shari’a), European, and Anglo-American legal systems. Through analysis of the variances and similarities between these legal systems, the course will equip students with an understanding of the legal structures among these jurisdictions.
To earn the Master in Comparative Business Law, participants must complete a total of 36 credits as indicated below. The length of the program is approximately 24 months on a part-time basis.
WHO CAN ENROLL?
Admission is based solely on academic merit. The usual requirement for entry to the AUI Master in Comparative Business Law is a Bachelor’s Degree in Law, a Bachelor’s Degree with substantial law content, or relevant practical experience.
Applicants whose first language is not English must take the TOEFL exam for English competency.
The faculty teaching the Master in Comparative Business Law are all talented professors with extensive practical experience in the field. They are passionate about sharing their expertise in fresh and innovative ways, providing you with the best possible educational experience.
Comparative Law I (Islamic/Shari’a and OHADA legal traditions).
Comparative Law II (Anglo American and EU legal traditions).
Private International Law.
Business Law and Economics.
Corporate Governance and Law.
International and Comparative Tax Policy.
International Litigation and Arbitration.
Thesis in Cross-Border Law.
Semester in Practice with International / Foreign Law Focus.
International Business Transactions.
International Trade Law.
Multinational Corporate Responsibility.
Cross-Border Financial Transactions / Investment.
International Intellectual Property Law.
International Labor Law.