InterActive launches partnership with The University of Law and De Broc School of Business
InterActive is pleased to announce that it will work with The University of Law (ULaw) to deliver two online Master of Laws (LLM) programmes from July 2016:
- LLM in Legal Practice (Conflict Resolution)
- LLM in Legal Practice (Intellectual Property)
InterActive will also support ULaw's pioneering new business school, De Broc School of Business, in the online delivery of the following MSc programmes from September 2016:
- MSc in Corporate Financial Management
- MSc in International Human Resource Management
- MSc in International Marketing
- MSc in Strategic Business Management
ULaw is the UK’s longest-established specialist provider of legal education. With a rich heritage and a reputation for innovation in legal education, the university is committed to developing the very best law graduates with the skills today's employers demand.
De Broc School of Business was launched by ULaw in 2015 with a mission to deliver the same high quality training for business professionals as those studying towards legal qualifications. Sharing ULaw's focus on vocational learning and employability, De Broc students will receive outstanding levels of teaching and support from a faculty of experienced business professionals.
Speaking about this new partnership initiative, InterActive COO Vitaly Klopot, said:
‘Partnering with The University of Law and De Broc School of Business will enable all parties involved to bring world class legal and business education to a new audience of students and professionals worldwide. I am thrilled at the possibilities which this partnership opens up, and look forward to watching our next generation of graduates take advantage of the innovations that InterActive and ULaw are making in the provision of online learning.’
Jeremy Bradley, InterActive’s Director of Academic and Student Affairs, added:
‘To work in partnership with one of the UK’s most respected providers of legal and business education adds a new dimension to InterActive’s online portfolio. This joint cooperation is the culmination of many months of hard work and dedication from The University of Law, De Broc School of Business, and InterActive employees, and I am sure that as we move into the delivery phase of these new online postgraduate programmes, our students will receive a learning experience that demonstrates the commitment that has gone into bringing their courses to life.’
Professor Andrea Nollent, Provost and Chief Academic Officer of ULaw, commented:
'We are delighted to be working with InterActive in delivering a flexible study option that allows students to fit their studies around existing work or other commitments.'