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LL.M. Program in Chinese Business Law

Teaching Medium: Chinese
Degree Awarded: Master's Degree
Entry Requirements: Bachelor's Degree
Duration: 2 Years
Starting Date: Sep.2024
Application Deadline: May 31, 2024
Tuition Fee:
CNY 80,000 per year
Application Fee:
250 USD (Non-Refundable)
Schools: Other

The LL.M. Program in Chinese Business Law requires the students to complete two-semester course study for 30 credits. The fall semester will be from August to December, and the spring semester from February to June. After completing the course study, the students need to submit a dissertation and pass the oral defense within two years since the enrollment in order to receive the degree. The students may complete the dissertation at Fudan, or at any other places as long as they return for the oral defense. The students who have successfully completed one or two semesters’ course work but decide not to write the dissertation will receive a certificate.

Each LL.M. student will be assigned an academic mentor/advisor for study and dissertation writing, and a Chinese student will be introduced to be their “buddy” to help them familiarize with the life in Shanghai. In addition, the School of Law will arrange regular academic and non-academic activities for both the foreign students and Chinese students so that they may communicate with and learn from each other.

Credits earned in the LL.M. Program by students from a foreign partner law school under an exchange agreement with Fudan University School of Law are transferable according to the agreement and the home school’s policy.
If you are a non-Chinese citizen, have received a first college degree, and have good command of English, you are eligible to apply. LL.M. degree will be granted to the candidates who have successfully completed the required course work, and fulfilled the requirements for a dissertation.


The LL.M. Program in Chinese Business Law is carefully designed to offer students a thorough grounding in Chinese business law and business-oriented topics:

Chinese Legal Culture
Chinese Civil Law
Chinese Contract Law
Chinese Law on Business Organizations
Chinese Intellectual Property Law
Chinese Taxation Law
Chinese Banking Law and Payment System
Chinese Securities Law
Chinese Commercial Arbitration Law
Foreign Investment Law in China
Foreign Trade Law in China
Chinese Constitution and Administrative Law
Chinese Criminal Law
Chinese Trial System on International Civil Disputes
Chinese Labor and Employment Law
Chinese Language

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Tuition and Other Cost

The tuition fee for the program is RMB 160,000 yuan, with 80,000 yuan to be paid in the beginning of each semester. The application processing fee is USD 135 and is non-refundable.

During the 2-semester residency period, students may be housed in the on-campus dormitory rooms for international students or off-campus rental houses. Students may have meals at the various canteens/cafeterias on campus or other off-campus restaurants which offer delicious food at a reasonable price. Students will cover their own housing, meal, health insurance, and transportation costs and will be responsible for the cost of textbooks for the program.

Financial Aids and Scholarship

Fudan University School of Law provides both financial aids and Fudan Law Scholarship (FLS) to the students of the LLM Program in Chinese Business Law. The financial aids will be granted to students on the need basis. Students may submit application after registration. The FLS will be granted to students on the merit basis. All the students who have passed the final exam of the first semester are eligible to apply for the FLS.

Eligible applicants must be non-Chinese citizens who have completed college study and received a bachelor’s degree from a qualified college or university. The applicant whose native language is not English must prove his or her English proficiency, e.g., possessing a TOEFL score above 90 ibt or a IELTS score above 6.5. Applicants from Hong Kong, Macao, or Taiwan of China may consult with the Graduate School.
1 Photocopy of valid passport
With photo, passport number &expiration date and name included.

2 Passport-sized photo
A passport-sized photo taken recently of the applicant.

3.  Bachelor's degree diploma
Graduation certificate should be in Chinese or English.If not, it should be translated into Chinese or English and be notarized.

4.  Transcript of undergraduate school

5.  Two recommendation letters
From professor,associate professor or equivalents.

6.  Certificate of English proficiency test
6.0 or above for IELTS; 80 or above for TOEFL;or other certificates which can prove that the applicant is a native English speaker or English is his/her working language at college.

7 Personal Statement

8.  Resume
Written in Chinese or in English

9.  A writing sample of around 2000 words
only for EMA programs