The programme is designed to provide the overview of the legal implications surrounding Information Communication Technology on the world’s longest established postgraduate masters (LLM) course in Information Technology and Telecommunications Law. As the international nature of the student body demonstrates, Information Communication Technology law is of wide interest and significant importance. The master’s degree in Information Technology Law encourages students to consider legal initiatives both at European and International levels as well as within their own jurisdictions. The programme shall examine a diverse range of key themes including information security, privacy, intellectual property, telecommunications, e-commerce, internet governance and access to public information. Whether for academic, personal or professional development, the LLM in Information Technology and Telecommunications Law is an ideal choice for law graduates, lawyers and IT specialists seeking to equip themselves with the skills and knowledge to formulate and apply a law in the information society.
Programme Learning Outcome
At the end of the programme, graduates should be able to:
- To develop a fundamental knowledge and understanding of the principles, nature and development of legal aspects of information technology and Telecommunications from jurisdictions.
- To develop in student’s intellectual rigor, independence of mind, and the ability to think critically and constructively.
- To develop in students a range of generic transferable skills which they can use in a wide range of settings
- To produce graduates who are confident, responsible and reflective and who are equipped to develop their potential throughout their careers.