Admission Notification: JGLS’ Masters Of Business Laws Programme
Jindal Global Law School has invited applications for its Master of Business Laws Programme for Working Professionals. The Programmeis designed to equip business professionals from all non-law backgrounds with specialised business-oriented legal skills to contribute exceptionally to their organisations and perform effectively in today’s complex, globally connected business and regulatory eco-system.
The course covers business-related subjects such as Law of Contract, Labour & Industrial Relations Law, Intellectual Property, Taxation, Environmental, International Trade, Infrastructure, Financial, Corporate, Investment and Cyber-laws.
Who should attend:
- Business professionals who do not possess an LLB degree (and therefore cannot proceed directly to an LLM), who nevertheless need a solid grounding in Business Laws to advance in their careers in the legal, tax, accounting, actuarial services, and insurance domain.
- Experienced general managers, senior partners, entrepreneurs – for example in medicine, health care, public administration, higher education, journalism, engineering and management consulting
- Those practitioner-scholars who want to embark on a rigorous, highly selective, world-class journey of continuous self-improvement and acquire a wider knowledge base and personal network with academic accreditation and an international reputation for excellence.
Entrance requirements: Undergraduate degree in any rigorous subject with academic and professional references where appropriate.
The initial intake of Master of Business Laws students is intended as an exclusive cohort of non-law professionals not exceeding 40.
Course Curriculum, Academic Programme Credits, and Outline Calendar:
- To be awarded the Master of Business Laws degree (MA – Business Laws), a graduate needs to earn a minimum 40 academic credits over a period of two academic years.
- This is equivalent to 600 contact hours in total: 300 hours per annum or 150 hours per semester.
- You will take 5 different business law courses per semester (meaning 30 class hours per subject) over a 20-week period.
Last date to submit online admission application form: September 25, 2018.
Queries can be addressed to Anand Prakash Mishra [firstname.lastname@example.org, 8930110857].