- India recognises Monash Law degrees for legal qualification
- Hertfordshire Ranked in the top 10 for Graduate Employment in the UK
- New masters courses in Law & Business- University of Strathclyde
- Middlesex University- New programme MSc Robotics
- Bath Spa University- UAE Campus
India recognises Monash Law degrees for legal qualification
We are delighted to announce that Indian students who wish to study law in Australia and practice law in India can now complete their degree at Monash University! The Bar Council of India have granted recognition for both our Bachelor of Laws (LLB) and Master of Laws (Juris Doctor) providing an exciting opportunity for students from India.
Monash is part of the Group of Eight, comprising Australia’s leading research universities. The Monash Law Faculty has always been at the forefront of legal research and has earned an international reputation for the work of its three dedicated research centres. Monash Law is one of Australia’s leading law faculties and is consistently ranked in the top 25 worldwide.
Monash Law offers students a truly practical degree with a range of opportunities to gain real-world legal experience through our two legal centres, six clinical externships and a wide range of international internships.
Our students can gain a global perspective by enrolling in one or both of our international programs in Italy and Malaysia as well as undertaking law study on exchange at one of many partner universities around the world.
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Hertfordshire Ranked in the top 10 for Graduate Employment in the UK
Now ranked in the top 10 in the UK*, the University of Hertfordshire has achieved the best employment rate of graduates in the east of England region - outscoring the whole of the Russell Group including the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge
96.2% of University of Hertfordshire students are in work or further study six months after graduating, according to the latest national Destination of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey; well above the national average for the UK (93.9%) and an improvement on the figure in 2015 of 95.2%.
Five of the University’s Schools achieved employment rates of above 95% - Health and Social Work, Law, Business, Creative Arts and Education.
The survey, conducted by the UK’s Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA), revealed in its UK Performance Indicators for Employment 2014/2015 that the University of Hertfordshire has climbed significantly in the rankings over the past two years.
Professor Quintin McKellar, Vice-Chancellor at the University of Hertfordshire said: 'These are fantastically strong employment figures for Hertfordshire graduates and really define what the University wants to achieve. We are delighted at this further evidence of the continued success of our students.'
The survey provides information on the activities of UK, full time, first degree graduates, approximately six months after qualifying from any university or higher education institution in the UK.
New masters courses in Law & Business- University of Strathclyde
LL.M/MSc International Business and Law
& LL.M/MSc Finance and Law
- Most Law Schools offer an LL.M in International Commercial Law or LL.M International Business Law. None of these programmes combine Law and Business.
- Some universities offer an LL.M in Banking/ Corporate and Financial Law LL.M but this is a purely legal degree and does not include Finance/Accounting options.
- We are looking into providing students with the option of a placement with the Law Clinic which is due to set up a new Business Law Clinic.
- A wide range of choice on elective classes across both faculties.
- Highly ranked Business and Law school.
Entry requirements: students are not required to have a law or business background specifically. Equivalent of a UK second class Honours degree in a relevant subject.
A law background would be useful but is not necessary. We are considering offering a basic maths/accounting class which is non-examinable for students that do not have the necessary skills for the Finance and Law course.
Similarly, additional reading will be provided for students who do not have sufficient understanding of law to take the law classes.
Employability: students will benefit from both of these courses by not only learning about legal regulation of businesses and finance but will also gain an insight into management practices (for the IB and Law course) and financial regulation and management (for the Finance and Law course). This will enable a law graduate to apply for careers with multinational businesses in the area of business management or to act as in-house counsel for leading companies (both for the IB and Law course); leading international law firms which specialise in banking and finance as well as banks and financial regulators (for the Law and Finance course); and, (for both courses) government departments (as policy advisors/researchers/analysts).
Middlesex University- New programme MSc Robotics
A new programme MSc Robotics has been introduced for September 2015 intake.
Eligibility: Candidates from Mechanical Engineering, Automobile Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Electrical and Instrumentation Engineering, BSc Electronics and Mechatronics can apply, candidates from:
Computer Science Engineering
are also invited to apply, their reason to choose this course should be explained in the Statement of Purpose.
MDX also offer undergraduate programmes in Robotics and Mechatronics (BEng Hons Robotics and BEng Hons Mechatroncis)
Bath Spa University- UAE Campus
Intake: October & February
BA (Hons) Business & Management
BA (Hons) Creative Computing
Introductory offer 30,000 AED per year UAE
International Fees 35,000 AED per year
MA Business and Management (1 year course)
Introductory offer 48,500 AED, UAE per year
International Fees 48,500 AED per year
Academic Entry Requirements:
Undergraduate Program: 12th Standard with 65%
Postgraduate Program: Second Class degree in Graduation