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  ICTCL/City University, Cambodia Collaborative Degree Programs
 


City University, Cambodia

City University, a higher educational institution funded by the public Institutions and registered to the government of Cambodia since 2005 and have its main campus and address at Nº 6A, Yothapol Khemarak Phoumin (St. 271), Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

City University, Cambodia is a private university for Higher Education in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. It was established in 2005.

The university aims to be a centre of academic excellence and a training ground for productive, self employable, self sustaining and self reliant individuals passing through it; and to combine the ideas of excellence in learning and research with a large dose of practical application in development.

The university offers many courses at undergraduate and Postgraduate level of studies including Doctoral studies and Postdoctoral research, within various Academic Departments and Faculties.

City University is accredited by government of Cambodia with the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport and supervised by the (ACC) Accreditation Committee of Cambodia.

City University is listed in the World Higher Education Database (WHED) produced by the International Association of Universities in conjunction with UNESCO.

CITY UNIVERSITY CAMPUSES AROUND THE WORLD


New York Campus

294 Main Street, Brooklyn, 01102


Europe Campus

585, 08007 Barcelona, Spain


Cambodia Campus

Nº 6A, Yothapol Khemarak Phoumin (St. 271)


City University Collaborative
Postgraduate Degree Programmes

PGD
PGD in Business Law

LLM Degree Programmes
  • LLM in E-Commerce and Telecommunications Law
  • LLM in E-Commerce and International Commercial Law
  • LLM in E-Commerce and Banking &Finance Law
  • LLM in E-Commerce and Labour Law
  • LLM in E-Commerce Law and Alternative Disputes Resolution
  • LLM in Criminal Justice
  • LLM in Security Management and Terrorism Studies

LLM /PGD Entry Requirements
To be eligible for entry to the LLM or PGD applicants should have the following:
Law graduates

• The usual qualification for entry to the programme is a degree in law, or a degree with a substantial law content.

Non-law graduates
• Non-law graduates may also be considered on the basis of substantial professional experience in a legal area or an area directly related to their programme of study.

• Professional Non-law graduates may also be considered on the basis of substantial professional experience in an area directly related to their work/profession and programme of study. E. G. Bankers can apply for LLM in E-Commerce and Banking & Finance Law, ICT Professionals can apply for LLM in E-Commerce and Telecommunications Law, etc.

LLM Degree Programmes Modules

LLM MODULES
Legal Research and Writing Skills* (core module)

  • Introduction to Company Law and Corporate Governance
  • Fundamentals of Intellectual Property Law
  • EU Internal Market Law
  • Commercial Litigation and Arbitration
  • Current Issues in Company Law and Corporate Governance
  • Principles of Commercial Law
  • International Business Transactions
  • WTO Law: Foundations, Institutions, Challenges
  • Trade Mark in a Branded World
  • E-Commerce Law
  • Finance and Banking
  • International Security Institutions and Law
  • Comparative Corporate Governance
  • European Copyright Law
  • International Human Rights: Philosophical, Moral and Legal Foundations
  • Principles of International Law
  • WTO Law: Foundation, Institutions, Challenges
  • International Humanitarian Law
  • Fundamentals of Intellectual Property Law
  • Judicial Protection in the European Union
  • Commercial Litigation and Arbitration in the UK
  • International Institutional Law
  • Principles of Commercial Law
  • Introduction to Company Law and Corporate Governance
  • Theoretical Foundations of International Organisations
  • Current Issues in Company Law and Corporate Governance
  • Trade Remedies in WTO Law
  • International Commercial Arbitration
  • Comparative Corporate Governance
  • Trade Mark Law in a Branded World
  • European Copyright Law
  • Finance and Banking
  • E-Commerce Law
  • International Money Laundering Control
  • Commercial Property in a Global Context
  • Corporate Social Responsibility and the Law
  • Terrorism and Human Rights: Constitutional Perspectives
  • Mental Health Law: Capacity to Consent and Best Interests
  • Mental Health Law: Compulsory Detention and Treatment
  • Principles of International Criminal Law
  • Enforcement of International Criminal Law
  • Terrorism, Migration and Human Rights
  • Migration and Asylum Law Through Practice
  • Crime of the Powerful: Corporate Crime
  • Crimes of the Powerful: State Crime
  • Law of Economic Crime: Proceeds of Crime
  • Law of Economic Crime: Corruption
  • Punishment in England 1750-1950
  • Policing in Local and Global Contexts
  • Comparative Criminal Justice
  • Criminal Justice and Surveillance Technologies
  • Cybercrime: Substantive Offences
  • Cybercrime: Forensic Investigations
  • International and Comparative Data Protection Law
  • Transnational Law and Governance in Practice
  • Transnational Law and Governance Applied
  • EU Competition Law
  • EU Competition Law and Practice
  • International Merger Control: The Jurisdictions
  • International Merger Control: Special Topics
  • International Competition Law
  • Comparative Competition Law
  • Competition and the State: EU State Aid Law
  • Cartels, Collusion and Competition Law
  • Economics of Competition Law
  • Competition Enforcement: From Investigation to Sanctions
  • Competition Law in the Cyberspace
  • Competition Law, Intellectual Property and Innovation
  • Compliance Systems in Practice.
  • Online Banking and Financial Services
  • Online Dispute Resolution in E-commerce
  • IT Outsourcing
  • Advanced IP Issues: Protection of Computer Software
  • Privacy and Data Protection Law
  • Advanced IP Issues: Digital Rights Management
  • Intellectual Property: Foundation
  • Internet Content Regulation
  • Information Security and the Law
  • Internet Jurisdictional Issues and Dispute Resolution in E-commerce
  • European Telecommunications Law
  • International Telecommunications Law
  • E-Commerce Law
  • Online Media Regulation
  • Taxation and Electronic Commerce
  • Information and Communications Technology and Competition Law
  • Broadcasting Regulation
  • Regulation of Cross-Border Online Gambling
  • Internet Governance
  • Online Trademarks
  • Cloud Computing
  • Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and the Law
  • Advanced IP Issues: Video Games
  • Online Banking and Financial Services
  • Online Dispute Resolution in E-commerce
  • IT Outsourcing
  • Advanced IP Issues: Protection of Computer Software
  • Privacy and Data Protection Law
  • Advanced IP Issues: Digital Rights Management
  • Intellectual Property: Foundation
  • Internet Content Regulation
  • Information Security and the Law
  • Internet Jurisdictional Issues and Dispute Resolution in E-commerce
  • European Telecommunications Law
  • International Telecommunications Law
  • E-Commerce Law
  • Online Media Regulation
  • Taxation and Electronic Commerce
  • Information and Communications Technology and Competition Law
  • Broadcasting Regulation
  • Regulation of Cross-Border Online Gambling
  • Internet Governance
  • Online Trademarks
  • Cloud Computing
  • Cyber Crime
  • Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and the Law
  • Advanced IP Issues: Video Games
  • Information Technology Law
  • International sales and commodities
  • Comparative Contract Law
  • Principles of International Taxation
  • Information security: control and power
  • Communications Law
  • Competition and Innovation Law
  • Introduction to Corporate Law and Governance
  • International Finance Law
  • International Banking Law

Dissertation

Research PhD Degree Programmes 

  • PhD in E-Commerce  and  Telecommunications Law
  • PhD in E-Commerce  and  International Commercial Law
  • PhD in E-Commerce  and Banking & Finance Law
  • PhD in E-Commerce  and Labour Law
  • PhD in E-Commerce  Law and Alternative Disputes Resolution
  • PhD in Criminal Justices
  • PhD in Security Management and Terrorism Studies

 

The application process and documentation required

  • Qualification documents
  • English Language qualifications
  • Employment history - CV
  • Funding
  • References
  • Additional documents
    • Research proposal
    • Statement of purpose

1. Qualification Documents - academic entry requirements
Applicants will be expected to have an LLM from an accredited institution or equivalent qualification. In some circumstances the requirement will be applied flexibly, for example if an applicant has performed to distinction level in an LLM dissertation or has an outstanding undergraduate qualification. In exceptional cases, vocational experience in the proposed area of research may compensate for the lack of a master's degree, or a grade below that specified above. For example, working as a magistrate, judge, lawyer or expert for a considerable period of time, such as five years, in the proposed area of research will be taken into account. A relevant undergraduate degree in Law or its relevant equivalent qualification is necessary in all cases.

Applicants need to provide copies from their most recently taken academic qualification. This should include both the transcript showing the breakdown of your mark, including specifically the mark for any dissertation component taken), and a copy of the certificate confirming the overall grade. If you have also previously taken an under-graduate degree in Law, please include copies of your certificate from this degree, confirming the overall grade.  For degrees taken in non-English speaking countries, applicants must submit transcripts translated into English by a notarized interpreter.

2. English Language Qualifications
Applicants whose first language is not English are required to provide proof of proficiency in English as part of the application process.

3. Employment History - CV
You should include an up to date copy of your CV. This should include details of any legal vocational experience relevant to your proposed area of research, in addition to your academic background.

4. References
Applicants must provide two written references  in the form of a letter of support from you referee. One of these references must be from an academic who taught you on your most recent course of study (which is normally the LLM degree or equivalent).

5. Additional Documents
In addition to the specified documentation, the School of Law application process also specifically requires a Research Proposal and a Personal Statement

a) The Research Proposal
You must demonstrate, through a research proposal submitted with your application form, that you have a coherent and viable research project. There is no template for this proposal but it should be sufficiently detailed for a potential supervisor to assess your understanding of the area of interest and the viability of the proposed research. The research proposal should set out the research methods which will be adopted and include a short bibliography of the key relevant literature in the area.

There is no word limit for the research proposal, but research proposals which are well-written, clear and concise are usually more successful. Please disregard any other guidance note which suggests that the Research Proposal should be no longer than 500 words.

b) The Statement of Purpose / Personal Statement
Your statement of purpose should explain why you want to undertake this particular research and how it will help your life and career. It should be one side of A4. This document gives you the opportunity to include any information that you believe is relevant to your application which you haven’t included in another part of your application papers. For example, if you do not have an LLM, but would like to apply on the basis of vocational experience, you could include your justification for doing so here.

Important Additional Information about the application process

Interviews and feedback 
When we have reviewed an application and supporting documentation, and if we are interested in supervising your PhD, the final stage of the process is an interview to discuss your proposed research and other details of your application. You should therefore be available for interview if requested. We will carry out telephone or whatsapp interviews for overseas applicants'.

We receive a high volume of applications so we cannot offer individual feedback on unsuccessful applications.

PGD/LLM/PhD Programme Duration/Fees
Programme Duration
1.   PhD  - 3 -5 years
2.   LLM         - 2 years
3.  PGD         - 1 year

Admission Processing Fees
1.   LLD/PhD  = $150
2.   LLM        = $120
3.  PGD          = $100

Programme  Fees
1.   LLD/PhD  = $ 6000-($2000 per year)
2.   LLM        =  $ 4000-($2000 per year)
3.   PGD        =  $ 2000

 
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