Admission Requirements Those who apply for the LL.M. in Transnational Commercial Practice must hold a recognized first degree in law or an MBA and have a demonstrated record of academic and professional competence. Nearly all of those who apply for admission to and participate in the LL.M. in Transnational Commercial Practice program have professional experience. The age range of participants in any given year is typically 25 to 65 and most participants are in their 30s and 40s. Non-native speakers of English must ptovide evidence of adequate ability in the language, through TOEFL or IELTS proficiency examination and/or by presentation of evidence of use of English in a professional capacity.  Six to 12 credits may be transferred from a relevant LL.M. degree program (such as in Business, Banking, Finance, Intellectual Property, International Trade, and Tax). Up to nine credits may be transferred from LL.M. degree programs not directly relevant to the LL.M. in Transnational Commercial Practice (such as in American Law, Comparative Law, International Law, and Environmental Law). The transfer fee is US $100 per credit.
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Admission Requirements Those who apply for the LL.M. in Transnational Commercial Practice must hold a recognized first degree in law or an MBA and have a demonstrated record of academic and professional competence. Nearly all of those who apply for admission to and participate in the LL.M. in Transnational Commercial Practice program have professional experience. The age range of participants in any given year is typically 25 to 65 and most participants are in their 30s and 40s. Non-native speakers of English must ptovide evidence of adequate ability in the language, through TOEFL or IELTS proficiency examination and/or by presentation of evidence of use of English in a professional capacity.  Six to 12 credits may be transferred from a relevant LL.M. degree program (such as in Business, Banking, Finance, Intellectual Property, International Trade, and Tax). Up to nine credits may be transferred from LL.M. degree programs not directly relevant to the LL.M. in Transnational Commercial Practice (such as in American Law, Comparative Law, International Law, and Environmental Law). The transfer fee is US $100 per credit.