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- Arbitrators, Chartered Institute of
Law and Dispute Resolution
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Study mode distance learning (part-time)
Start Date: 2021/09/01
Duration: 36 months
Intl fees: £3870
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Robert Gordon University has opted into the TEF and received a Gold award.
The Dispute Resolution degree pathway of the LLM Law programme will provide you with an in-depth understanding of the various methods and concepts relevant to dispute resolution. It is designed to cater for the interest of those with and without legal background to be able to have an excellent grasp of relevant issues that may arise in dispute resolution process. The LLM Law and Dispute Resolution pathway has been designed to incorporate maximum flexibility both in the topics you cover and the way that you learn.You will study major dispute resolution mechanisms such as arbitration, mediation and construction adjudication.You will be required to attend a one week Mediation workshop on campus.
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•Applicants will normally hold a a 2:2 undergraduate honours degree or its equivalent in any subject discipline. •Applicants with relevant work experience will be considered on a case by case basis.
IELTS: 6.5 (no component lower than 5.5)
Notice: This is the default IELTS grade for The Robert Gordon University.
About this university
Students travel from around 130 countries to study at the university and there is plenty of help and advice on offer for them. This starts with assistance in applying to the university and country specific information to pre-arrival advice. Once in Aberdeen there is career advice services, visas and immigration information as well as courses to help those who donâ€™t speak English as a first language. There is also help with accommodation issues and finding the right place to live during studies. The Student Association is responsible for the clubs and societies within the university and are based in a building near the Administrative Building in the city centre. There are some 40 different societies available as well as another 32 sports clubs. Student media includes a magazine published every two months, a radio station and a TV station operating via YouTube. Sports facilities on campus include a 25m pool, various gym facilities and a large sports halls. There are a variety of fitness classes and physiotherapy options available in addition to the sports clubs. The association is also responsible for organising the Freshers Fayre held every September, a great place for students to get a feel for the university and for what they want to do outside the classroom.