The CESL Master of Chinese Law is designed to provide an overview of China's legal system within the context of post-1978 market reform. The focus is on the evolution, transition and future prospects for the development of contemporary Chinese law. Full-time professors are from CUPL, while part-time professors are outstanding scholars from renowned universities in Beijing, Taipei and the United States. Students who satisfy academic requirements and pass the viva voce will be awarded a Master in Law conferred by CUPL.
Programme in Brief
· Students take sixteen courses, over a period of one year of full-time study.
· Year two students undertake an internship and write a dissertation.
· The thesis is submitted in April of the second year, the viva voce will be in June and degree results published in July.
· Programme is taught by eminent academics from both China and the United States.