Available courses

After the successful completion of this module, students should be able to:

  • Describe the basic principles of globally applicable competition law;
  • Apply those basic principles in relation to formation of contract and other business relationship (B2C; B2B);
  • Describe remedies to potential infringements;
  • Implement a credible and effective Compliance Program;
  • Knowing duties and rights in dealing with Regulators and Competition Agencies. 

After the successful completion of this course, students should be able to: 


  •            Analyze a variety of issues in international trade including the links between trade and wage inequality and the effects trade policy and understand how to negotiate business deals;
  •           Understand the implications of imperfect competition, increasing returns to scale, and transport costs for patterns of international trade, the conduct of trade policy, and the location of economic activity in space
  •           Understand the working and applications of models of Foreign Direct Investment.
  •           Aware of some of the empirical evidence relating to international trade, the geographical concentration of production, and Foreign Direct Investment.
  •           Use and adapt economic models to address key issues in international trade.

After the successful completion of this module, students should be able to:

  • understand the nature of conflict and of individual and joint decision making process
  • devise individual and group strategies that minimize the destructive consequences of conflict
  • identify and negotiate solutions satisfactory to all involved in factual scenarios.

After the successful completion of this module, students should be able to:

  • identify and analyze potential claims and defenses available under WTO rules arising under a variety of fact patterns.
  • understand WTO rules which helps to expose to a wise spectrum of potential clients and stakeholders impacted by developments in global trade.
  • understand  the global rules and how they operate will give a new perspective on the current economic and political debate over liberalized trade, off shoring of jobs and our trade relationship with countries such as China. 

After the successful completion of this module, students should be able to:

  •  Apply research knowledge and able to implement each stage of research process
  • Compare and contrast the difference of qualitative and quantitative methods in conducting research
  • Able to formulate research problem, develop research framework and apply appropriate research methods for a particular research issue
  • Devise and present a thorough research proposal

After the successful completion of this module, students should be able to:

  • understand the existence of a tariff peak and the behaviour of policy-makers, negotiators and businessmen on determined traded items
  • understand the nature and the impact of the specific measures of the trade protection
  • analyse the given information, so that researchers and trainers are stimulated to introduce this topic in their activities on trade policies, political economy and trade negotiations.


After the successful completion of this module, students should be able to:

  • understand the history and comparative roles of the various elements of the international system which deal with intellectual property law
  • analyze international policy issues concerning intellectual property, and the manner in which various international negotiations and institutions deal with these issues
  • understand the interaction between intellectual property law and legal mechanisms on trade, environment, and human rights
  • aware of the jurisprudence and procedure of the application of the WTO dispute settlement to intellectual property disputes.

After the successful completion of this module, students should be able to:

  • define the purpose and scope of the international legal framework in which trade between nations 
  • identify and understand legal issues in an international trade context; write a coherant piece of advice discussing the legal issues arising in an international trade dispute between member countries

After the successful completion of this module, students should be able to:

  •  be familiar with the basic market structure models of monopoly, oligopoly, and monopolistic competition and to use game theory to analyze strategies
  • understand the rationale of government regulations and policies, firms responses to them and the consequences
  • understand the rationale of firms’ strategic behaviors: pricing, advertising, and vertical integration.

After the successful completion of this module, students should be able to: 

  • Understand how to negotiate business deals
  • Describe the skills needed for successful negotiation and the stages in the process of negotiation for a mutually beneficial outcome
  • Assess what might be achieved through a business deal and the context within which it could be achieved
  • Assess potential risks associated with the deal and plan contingencies to minimise them
  • Plan solutions to support the deal, should there be a need to give ground, and evaluate which solutions are likely to be most effective.

After the successful completion of this course, students should be able to:

  • analyze a variety of issues in international trade including the links between trade and wage inequality and the effects of trade policy and understand how to negotiate business deals
  • understand the implications of imperfect  competition, increasing returns to scale, and transport costs for patterns of international trade, the conduct of trade policy, and the location of economic activity in space
  • understand the working and applications of models of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)
  • aware of some of the empirical evidence relating to international trade, the geographical concentration of production, and Foreign Direct Investment
  • use and adapt economic models to address key issues in international trade

After the successful completion of this module, students should be able to:

  • describe the basic principles of the law of contract in relation to formation of contract and contractual terms 
  • describe the basic principles of the law of contract in relation to rights and remedies
  • identify the main cases and legislation containing those basic principles 
  • extract and explain those basic principles from applicable case law
  • apply those basic principles to give factual scenarios

After successful completion of this module, students should be able to:

·         evaluate the importance of international trade in given situations;

·         evaluate risks for importers and exporters in relation to international trading situations, and apply appropriate risk management strategies and tools;

·          utilize a range of methods in assessing the implications and risks in relation to given situations, and select and justify appropriate solution to a given situation.


After the successful completion of this module, students should be able to:

  • analyse and evaluate the  current issues in international trade and identify alternative viewpoints regarding the nature of the issue and its potential resolution 
  • identify the difficulties in resolving trade issues and how the political nature of international trade shapes economic arguments
  • develop the relationship and interaction between business and other stakeholder groups
  • develop a wide range of skills: group work and interaction, information retrieval and analysis and presentational skills.