I am Construction Professional and looking for upgrading my skills in the international construction law and contracts administration. Unfortunately, there are few courses focus on the construction law field, especially the International construction law.
After a long search, I have shortlisted the below courses:
1-Msc International Construction Law. University of West of England
2-Msc Construction Law & Practice, Leeds Beckett Uni
3-LLM/Msc Construction Law & Arbitration, Robert Gordon Uni
4-MBE International Construction Law & Practice , Uni of Stuttgart- Germany
Above Courses Focus:
1- UWE: General international construction law
2- LB: Deeply focuses on various dispute resolution procedures and accredited from CIArb
3-RG: English Construction Law and Arbitration/ Adjudication , CIArb accredited
4- UOS: Deeply focuses on FIDIC contracts and their area of practice and law such as variations, claims & contracts drafting
I know that you are wondering why I didn't mentioned the Construction Law course of King's College (Most Prestigious), but I am looking for distance learning course.
Could you please give me your opinions and recommendations about the above courses, and which one you recommend?
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- Thread Starter
- 10-11-2016 18:40
- 21-10-2017 13:17
Hi abedsalah83, I was wondering which option you chose in the end? I am also a construction professional and am looking to start an MSc next year in Construction Law. I would prefer distance learning, although I do quite fancy KCL and it wouldn't be an issue for me as I already work full time in London.