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Bachelor of Laws in International Law Brochure
Date:2018-03-23

The School of Law’s four-year undergraduate program is distinctive. The School of Law aims to equip and guide students to become globally-minded professionals with the mindset and skills to operate anywhere in the world. The School of Law passionately believes that the current global environment, with China’s ever-increasing profile as a world political and economic leader, necessitates a broad education where those who also have insight and understanding of China will operate at a distinct advantage. The School of Law therefore provides a broad international program, one that is structured so as to combine theory and substantive law as well as relevant practical skills. The syllabus of this program is specifically designed to put students in a stronger position for careers within the field of International Law, working with international organizations, multinational corporations or global non-government organizations. 

The School of Law’s international student profile really is global. Students have been drawn from Zimbabwe, South Africa, Egypt, Ghana, Cameroon, Malawi, Tanzania, Jamaica, Papua New Guinea, Nepal, the Philippines, the Maldives, Moldova, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Laos, Cambodia, Mongolia, Greece, Canada and elsewhere. Sometimes, they study alongside Chinese students. This means that there is an extraordinary richness of perspectives in and out of the classroom. International students have also participated in conferences and mooting competitions. In 2016, four students presented their papers at the Forum on Enhancing Rule of Law in China-Africa Internet Investment, which took place in Beijing on 23 December 2016. International students also have gained leadership skills from the other activities, such as establishing the International Students’ Department (ISD) of the Students’ Union of the School of Law and Zimbabwe International Women Association (ZIWA). From the batch of students graduating in 2018, two students have written outstanding dissertations that are going to be published in distinguished law journals. Several students have won major academic prizes, including the Ministry of Education Outstanding International Student Scholarship in 2015, 2016 and 2017.

In the course of their four years of study, students are required to take a minimum of 125 credits. Courses can vary from year to year but they generally include the following:

China-related courses

Comprehensive Chinese I, II, III and IV, Advanced Spoken Chinese, Advanced Chinese Listening, Advanced Chinese Writing, Applied Chinese Translation, Legal Chinese

Skills-based courses

Legal Negotiation and Arbitration, Legal Research and Writing, Moot Court

Substantive courses

Orientation to Law, Jurisprudence , Constitutional Law, Civil Law, Criminal Law, Contract Law, Corporation Law, Administrative Law, Administrative Litigation Law, Public International Law, Private International Law, International Economic Law, International Commercial Arbitration, International Investment Law, International Trade Law, International Business Law, International Organizations Law, International Criminal Law, International Law of Armed Conflict, Tort Law, Intellectual Property law, International Human Rights Law, Legal Reasoning, Evidence Law, Maritime Law.


For more details, please download the following brochure.

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