This programme is exclusive between Queen Mary University of London and The Technical University of Dresden and forms a part of the Master in Intellectual Property Law offered by the Technical University Dresden. Dresden students spend their first semester at a partner institution abroad. Students visit Queen Mary in order to take intellectual property related courses in their first semester, gaining credits towards their final degree in LLM in Intellectual Property awarded by the University of Dresden. Students from other universities may apply for the Semester in London programme.
Structure of course
Students take two IP law modules from the list below,and in addition write a 7,500 word dissertation. Not all of the modules listed will be available in any one year. Any modules not available in the coming academic session will be marked as soon as this information is confirmed by teaching staff.
- QLLM330A Comparative Copyright Law
- QLLM331A International Copyright: International Treaties and Cross-Border Litigation
- QLLM332A Comparative Law of Patents and Trade Secrets
- QLLM334A Licensing Intellectual Property
- QLLM338A International and Comparative Law of Unfair Competition
- QLLM340A Global Intellectual Property: Fundamental Principles
- QLLM342A Interactive Entertainment and Intellectual Property Law.