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MSc Master in Construction Of Education Law and Dispute Resolution PROGRAMME FACULTY OF EDUCATION FACULTY OF
MSc Master in Construction Of Education
Law and Dispute Resolution
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• A Bachelor’s degree equivalent to an Upper Second Class or with a good GPA (3
• A Bachelor’s degree equivalent to an Upper Second Class or with a good GPA (3 or above) from an accredited university
or an equivalent professional qualification. The degree should be in a related subject from an accredited university.
• English language proficiency equivalent to EmSat 1400 , IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL 550.
• Applicants who do not meet the standard entry qualifications may be considered for conditional admittance.
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MSc CLDR
The MSc in Construction Law and Dispute Resolution is designed to enable practicing lawyers, engineers,
architects, surveyors and other relevant professionals to gain expertise in a range of studies related to construction
law and dispute resolution. Its purpose is to enable students to develop expertise in a set of areas related to
construction law and dispute resolution, and includes foundation modules in law for non-lawyers and construction
for lawyers. This MSc programme supports the career development of GCC nationals within both private and
public sector organisations that are engaged in infrastructure and building projects. It ensures that students are
familiar with the basic construction technology, legal knowledge and techniques necessary to understand current
theory and practice in construction law and dispute resolution.
The programme can be taken as a Dissertation- based or a Project-based. For more details, please check our
website.
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Iryna Akulenka
MSc. Construction Law and Dispute Resolution
Consultant, HKA
Receiving my MSc Degree back in 2013
was as an immense relief then as studying
part time and working full time was by far
the toughest part of the process. Difficulties
aside, I truly enjoyed the experience. The
Knowledge has been great; it opened up so
many new doors for me in terms of professional
development and career opportunities. I have
met wonderful people, true construction
professionals willing to share their knowledge
and expertise with others.
Overall, I was overwhelmed by this achievement; my husband, my family and my
professors who taught me during my BEng years were all so proud, and to me it
was the most valuable feeling in the world.

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Students commence their postgraduate study by taking one of the two modules below: Introduction to Law
Students commence their postgraduate study by taking one of the two modules below:
Introduction to Law (For non-lawyers)
This module is intended for students who do not have a professional background in law. The module will therefore
provide an introduction to key aspects and features of the law, which form the foundation for the law of construction.
Introduction to Construction (For lawyers)
This module is intended for students who do not have a professional background in construction or related
disciplines. The module will therefore provide an introduction to key aspects and features of construction and
construction technology which form the economic and professional context within which construction law
operates.
Construction Law I
This module will build on the knowledge gained from earlier modules in order to provide a solid understanding of
the special features of construction which give rise to particular legal doctrines and problems.
Arbitration Law
This module aims to provide a solid foundation in the different aspects of arbitration, with a specific focus on
international commercial arbitration as it applies to construction, including issues which are specific to Dubai, the
UAE and the wider Gulf Region
Alternative Dispute Resolution
The module provides a solid understanding of alternative methods of dispute resolution and the applicability of
the different methods as they apply to construction, including issues which are specific to Dubai, the UAE and the
wider Gulf Region.
Construction Law II
The module provides a solid understanding of further aspects of the legal implications of construction projects,
with a special focus on the structuring of projects.
Arbitration Award Writing
The module provides sufficient knowledge of all of the requirements for the writing of a final, reasoned and
enforceable arbitration Award in a commercial dispute. This module focuses on international commercial arbitration
as it applies to construction, including issues, which are specific to Dubai, the UAE and the wider Gulf Region.
Construction Procurement
The module provides knowledge and a higher level of understanding of the effective procurement of construction
projects. It provides the knowledge and understanding of the different procurement methods/strategies and
contracts, pre-contract management, key issues in design management and the impact of BIM and its impact on
the role and management of the different members of the design/project team.
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