Part time Master's Degree in Intellectual Property Law

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In order to successfully obtain a Masters qualification, you will need to obtain a number of credits by passing individual modules. Most taught Masters will have a number of core modules which you must take and pass in order to obtain the qualification. The assessment of research Masters is almost always entirely by a single dissertation module or project.

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Master in Intellectual Property and New Technologies

Jagiellonian University
Campus 3 semesters October 2018 Poland Kraków

The programme delivers comprehensive knowledge on the legal protection and commercial exploitation of new technologies. [+]

Programme description

The programme delivers comprehensive knowledge on the legal protection and commercial exploitation of new technologies. New technologies create new opportunities in life and science and build bridges between people from different countries and cultures. They also pose serious challenges, especially for the intellectual property law. The programme offers an extensive curriculum on the intellectual property law related to new technologies, considered from an international perspective. It adopts a comparative approach to IP regulations, with EU law serving as a main point of reference.

The programme is developed in cooperation with the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO). Its main focus is on the following issues: new technologies and patent law; copyright in the digital era; commercial communication in the context of trademarks, designs, and unfair competition; data protection, privacy and personal rights on the Internet; Internet service providers’ liability; and more.... [-]


Master's Degree for Admission to the Bar + Official Master's Degree in Intellectual Property

Universidad Pontificia Comillas
Campus 15 months October 2018 Spain Madrid

Given the new requirements for the practice of law, the Faculty of Law has proposed simultaneously pursuing two complementary Master's Degree programs, so as to meet this demand. This means that the graduates from the Bachelor's Degree in Law must study the Official Master's Degree for Admission to the Bar, a generalist program that provides them with the training necessary to engage in various existing legal proceedings. Moreover, these circumstances raise professional interest to specialize in Intellectual Property. [+]

Máster Universitario en Acceso a la Abogacía + Máster Universitario en Propiedad Intelectual

Ante los nuevos requisitos exigidos para el ejercicio de la Abogacía, la Facultad de Derecho ha propuesto cursar simultáneamente dos formaciones complementarias de Másteres, y así atender a la demanda existente. Esto ocasiona que los titulados en el Grado en Derecho tengan que cursar el Máster Universitario de Acceso a la Abogacía, con una finalidad general que les capacita y aproxima a los distintos procesos jurídicos existentes. Asimismo, estas circunstancias motivan el interés del profesional por especializarse en Propiedad Intelectual.

Hay que destacar como cualidades del programa: su visión esencialmente práctica del ejercicio de una abogacía, la excelencia y experiencia de los profesores que conforman su claustro y un módulo de prácticas externas regladas que van a permitir a los alumnos acceder a los principales despachos de abogados, empresas, entidades, órganos públicos, del sector de los derechos de autor y derechos afines, como de la propiedad industrial y nuevas tecnologías.... [-]


Master of Intellectual Property

University of Technology Sydney
Campus Part time 1.5 - 2.5 years January 2019 Australia Sydney

UTS has established expertise in and a reputation for providing courses relevant to the needs of the patent and trade mark professions. The UTS Master of Intellectual Property is the first at an Australian university that fulfils the entire educational requirements for registration as a registered trade marks attorney and patent attorney in Australia under the relevant regulations. [+]

The unique feature of this course is that it may be undertaken entirely online, removing the need for students to attend face-to-face classes.

This course provides graduates with an understanding of the principles of the registered trade mark system, the protection of unregistered marks and related forms of protection against misleading or unfair trading conduct in Australia. In addition, graduates understand the content and implication of a patent specification, enabling them to advise upon possible questions of infringement, validity and compliance.

Depending on the subjects taken, graduates may seek registration as a trade mark attorney and/or patent attorney in Australia. Arts administrators or media professionals may enhance career options through building expertise in the commercialisation or management of intellectual property assets. Other career options include patent and trade marks attorney, IP lawyer, IP portfolio manager, policy maker and government regulator.... [-]