Law for a Global Career
Thinking about advancing or changing your career? The Certificate in Legal Studies is a powerful and proven way to get ahead.
The Certificate in Legal Studies is one of Hong Kong's most popular and best-recognized part-time law programs with more than 15,000 graduates of this course. Join us now to benefit from pathways to PCLL, high exam pass rates, a flexible exam schedule, and a convenient course structure ideal for students with busy jobs.
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Module 1 (15 hrs) $3,750
Financial Law and Regulations
Module 2 (15 hrs) $3,750
Ethics and Professional Practice in Finance
Upon completion of the programme, students should be able to:
- identify key legal issues affecting banking and commercial practices in Hong Kong;
- gain an updated knowledge on commercial law in Hong Kong and Mainland China; and
- design and implement legal risk management plans to combat commercial crimes and money laundering activities
Postgraduate Diploma in Finance and Law is designed to give you a sophisticated understanding of the legal and regulatory framework for the local and international financial sector, by taking an integrated approach to finance and law. Financial institutions need leaders who have extensive knowledge relating to the legal issues in international finance and banking.
This PGDFL creates a new kind of financial services professional: graduates who are trained in both finance and law. You will develop an advanced interdisciplinary understanding of relevant legal and financial contexts and combines a highly analytic academic core with applications informed by current practice.
HK$10,500 per Law module
HKU SPACE will offer the Revision Courses independently for candidates intending to sit the University of London LLB/Graduate Diploma in Commercial Law examinations in May/June or October 2023. The emphasis of Revision is on examination technique, common examination topics, past examination questions, issues raised in chief examiners’ reports as well as recent legal developments. Courses will be delivered in short, one-week blocks by experienced teachers of good academic standing from the United Kingdom.