This program would offer you an encompassing view on International Trade and Commerce where the focus lies exclusively on the commercial law side of matters This course would also expose students to the International Trade Laws and Regulations, the ways in which trade benefits nations and modern advancements that affect trade between nations.
Introduction to International Trade – which familiarizes students with theories and policies that guide international trade. Students will get meaningful insights into why international trade is important for a country and how it effects production, profit and the economy
International Business – where concepts and strategies that will help in building a successful international or domestic business. Students would also be exposed to the concept of globalization and how it affects business though case studies.
The World Trade Organization – where students are familiarized with the laws and regulations set in place by the World Trade Organization. They would also learn how to meet the trade regulations and discuss the principles behind the organization’s dispute resolution system.
Trade and Investment – where students will learn what different nations have to trade, when they trade it, why they trade it and what they hope to gain from the trade. This would sharpen the skills of students and they become more competitive when engaging in deals and making investments
Risks, insurance, transportation and intellectual property rights – where students are taught how to cover risks and liability involved in business transactions. Also covered in this program is contracts of carriage, transport documents and related documents, and the liabilities of the carrier and the shipper
Policy and Theory – where students learn trade theory and explore trade laws. They would be in a better position to analyze laws pertaining to monopolies and trade protection and discuss theories that can help them become successful in international trade.
The course would evince interest of individuals with a keen interest of specializing in a legal career focused on in trade, mostly international trade, by building on their trade law skills.
The program would equip students interested in international trade and most importantly, would offer first-hand training of the complex and challenging environment.
Note: Course Faculty may modify the syllabus as per needs/requirements of the paper.
A portion of the syllabus in second semester will be taught at the Erasmus University, Rotterdam, Netherlands. GMU shall organize a 2 weeks international study tour for students desirous of getting international exposure while pursuing the Masters’ programme. This is one of a kind offering in India, especially in the Maritime sector where students get an international experience of academics as well as industry combined. Erasmus University is amongst the top rated Universities offering Maritime related courses. We are proud to announce that.
|1||Admission Fee (One Time)||Rs. 2,000|
|2||Alumni Fund (Non-Refundable)||Rs. 15,000|
|Total (one time)||Rs. 17,000|
|3||Tuition Fee (Per annum)||Rs. 1,20,000|
|4||Infrastructural Maintenance Fee (per annum)||Rs. 28,000|
|5||Examination Fee (per annum)||Rs. 6,000|
|6||Academic Facility Fee (per annum)||Rs. 18,000|
|7||Extra-Curricular (per annum)||Rs. 3,000|
|8||Hostel Fees*||Rs. 24,000|
|9||Mess Fees**||Rs. 46,200|
|Annual Fee||Rs. 2,62,200/-|
|10||Cost of Global Externship Programme (Optional)||On Actual Basis|
The fee structure is subject to revision and in case of any changes, final fees shall be binding to the students being admitted.
* Electricity charges will be charged extra as per the usage.
**Subject to change as per the tender awarded amount from time to time.