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CREATe faculty lead the on-campus PG taught programme in the Law School: Intellectual Property & the Digital Economy LLM

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CREATe is launching pioneering online Masters level programmes, MSc@CREATe & LLM@CREATe along with their underlying PG Diploma & PG Certificate levels, that are intended for people working in, or seeking to enter, industry sectors where digital rights and obligations are a key concern. Successful leadership in the digital creative economy requires linking complex legal provisions (such as copyright, trademarks, data protection and privacy) to economic analysis and strategic thinking about markets and regulation. These programmes help you to achieve this link.

MSc/ PG Dip/ PG Cert
in Intellectual Property, Innovation and the Creative Economy

<Programme start date: to be confirmed> Apply for the online MSc in Intellectual Property, Innovation and the Creative Economy (MSc@CREATe), developed by CREATe, University of Glasgow. You can choose to enroll on the PG Certificate (covering three 20 credit courses) or the PG Diploma (six 20 credit courses) of this programme (subject to approval), and decide later to take forward your credits to the full MSc.

For more information and to apply, please visit the University of Glasgow programme application page. For initial queries, contact CREATe Programme Director, Dr Sukhpreet Singh.

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Courses:

LLM/ PG Dip/ PG Cert
in Intellectual Property, Innovation and the Creative Economy

We are also looking to launch an online LLM in Intellectual Property, Innovation and the Creative Economy (LLM@CREATe), from the same family of courses as the MSc above, to appeal to law graduates. Those on this route will take three mandatory specialist law courses (such as copyright, trade marks and brands, information law & data management) and a law dissertation, plus three options from courses on the MSc route. You can choose to enroll on the PG Certificate (covering three 20 credit courses) or the PG Diploma (six 20 credit courses) of this programme (subject to approval), and decide later to take carry your credits to the full LLM.

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Announcements:

<Programme start dates: to be confirmed>.