Master of Law (MTIC)


Program Overview

The Master Program in Trade, Investment and Competition Law (MTIC) is a ground breaking, nine-month modular executive-format Masters of Law program in the field of international trade, investment and competition law & policy – three pillars of regional economic integration. The MTIC is engineered to enhance students’ knowledge, skill and mindset, and help them serve the growing global demands in today's  competitive global economic landscape.

Jointly developed with World Trade Institute (WTI) at the University of Berne, Switzerland and the generous support of the Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO), the MTIC is taught by a global team of distinguished faculty, experienced professionals and legal experts.

Degree Graduate (Master Degree)
Study Mode
Evening Class, Monday-Friday (4 days of study in a week)
  • Lectures
  • Discussions & Presentations
  • Case studies
  • Seminars
Program Length
9 months (maximum candidate of two years)
The MTIC is comprised of legal foundational courses, the MTIC core and Law Electives.
Students are required to complete a total of 40 credits before graduation.
 MODULE I - Legal Foundation Courses (Aug - Dec)
 - Theory of Law
 - International Politics of Law
 - History of Law
 - Legal Research
 - Philosophy of Law
 - Sociology of Law
 MODULE II - MTIC Core (Jan - Apr)
 - Law of the WTO
 - Dispute Settlement
 - Trade Remedies
 - Non-Tariff Measures
 - Competition Law
 - Economics Analysis of Law
 MODULE III - The Capstone (Apr - May)
 - Regional Economic Integration
 - The Practice of Trade and Investment Negotiations
 - Trade Advocacy
 - Elective Courses
 - Research Essay 

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