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The Centre of European Law at King’s College London is pleased to announce details of its 2019-2020 Distance Learning Programme leading to a Postgraduate Diploma/Masters in UK, EU & US Copyright Law.
The programme provides tuition from one of Europe’s leading centres in European Law and is studied on a distance learning basis, thereby avoiding crucial time spent away from your place of work. Completing this rigorous programme will give you a competitive advantage in a difficult job market.
The programme is spread over 8 months starting on 1st October 2019 and ending with an examination at King’s College London in May 2019. The units will take you systematically through the whole subject.
There will be three optional weekend seminars held in London in December 2019, February 2020 and April 2020 which will provide an opportunity for revision of the programme, for discussion, preparation for the examination and for you to meet fellow students and your programme tutors.
The programme aims to provide you with an in-depth and up-to-date knowledge of the general principles of copyright law, mainly focusing on the law in the United Kingdom, the principles of United States copyright law and the major ‘copyright’ Directives of the European Union. Benefit from a highly relevant programme that will:
Qualification: Postgraduate Diploma/MA in UK, EU & US Copyright Law
Start date: 1st October 2019
Delivery: Online Distance Learning
Fees: Postgraduate Diploma: £6,000 (After 31st Jan 2019, price increases to £6,180.)
Students who successfully complete the Postgraduate Diploma in UK, EU & US Copyright Law will have the option to carry their credits forward and top up to a King' College London Masters by distance learning. This masters top up will consist of a dissertation of between 12,000-15,000 words.
The course provided a comprehensive overview of the various copyright systems and tools to analyse and understand copyright issues in the workplace.
This programme is attended by Lawyers in Private Practice, In-House Legal Advisers, Senior Licensing Officers, Business Affairs Executives, Contracts Managers, Rights Executives, Trade Mark Specialists.
Countries represented include: Australia, Belgium, China, France, Greece, Hong Kong, Italy, Ireland, Japan, The Netherlands, Russia and the UK.
The distance learning Postgraduate Diploma in UK, EU & US Copyright Law consists of three modules containing thirteen units. It will commence on 1st October 2019 and will extend over eight months leading to an examination in May 2020.
The first unit will be sent out on 1st October 2019 and subsequent units will then be issued every two weeks (with the exception of Units 2, 3 and 4) until April 2020 with a four-week break over Christmas. Questions will be set at the end of each unit and model answers to these will be sent with the unit that follows. In addition three compulsory assignments will be set during the programme which will count towards the final mark.
The modules come in the form of hard copy print and as PDF documents via the programme website. Materials are bound together into single units with the exception of units 2, 3 and 4 (see below).
The units are designed to be largely self-contained but recommended and further reading will be suggested. As appropriate, units will contain questions and model answers to test your knowledge as you progress. As part of the programme materials, you will receive a copy of the textbook: T Aplin and J Davis, Intellectual Property Law 2nd ed (OUP, 2013). Units 2, 3 and 4 will involve studying text from within the book with additional notes that will be sent to you with the textbook at the start of unit 2.
“An excellent outlook of copyright law on an international basis and the course materials are a quick, effective reference material in examining clients’ challenges”