Courses

Core Courses

Pre-course Training
Finance
First Principles of Financial Economics
Law and Economics of Corporate Transactions

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Electives

Students select two law electives; advanced courses in different subject areas of special interest taught by Law Faculty members over the course of the whole academic year. From 2014-15, students have been able to take two MBA/MFE (MSc Financial Economics) finance courses in place of one law elective.

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Comparison with the BCL/MJUR

MLF BCL/MJUR
Number of students c 45 each year c 150 each year
Admissions High admissions standards, competitive entry:
Academic potential (demonstrated by outstanding academic achievement) Demonstrated interest in Law and Finance
High admissions standards, competitive entry:
Academic potential (demonstrated by outstanding academic achievement)
Duration of degree Nine-months full-time, plus a two week pre-sessional programme Nine-months full-time
Degree content Two law electives (spread over three terms)
or one law elective (spread over three terms) and two finance electives to include Corporate Valuation in Hilary Term and one other in Trinity.
Four law electives
Teaching styles and forms Lectures (law)
Interactive seminars (law)
Tutorials (law)
Interactive classes (finance courses)
Support classes (finance courses)
Group work (including presentations)
Lectures
Interactive seminars
Tutorials
Membership and access to resources An Oxford College
Faculty of Law
Said Business School
An Oxford College
Faculty of Law
Degree assessment Examinations at the end of every term
Two assessed essays submitted during the degree
Assessed group work every term
Examinations at the end of the final term