Master in Arbitration

Study Discipline: Law Studies
Study Programme Details
Country: Germany
Admission Sessions:Autumn Session
Study Format: Full Time
Mode of Study: Fully on Site

Programme Type

Master's degree


24 Months

Scholarship Available



Arabic, English

About this Study Course

Our Master in Arbitration program addresses the growing demand for arbitration as a preferred method of dispute resolution in today’s complex legal landscape. Recognizing that professionals from diverse backgrounds, such as contracting and engineering, are increasingly involved in arbitration, this program is open to both law graduates and those without a law degree.

This inclusivity ensures a rich, interdisciplinary learning environment. Students will immerse themselves in the principles and practices of arbitration, preparing them for impactful careers in various fields such as judiciary, corporate legal advisory, and international arbitration. Imagine navigating intricate arbitration cases, delivering justice efficiently, and being a pivotal player in conflict resolution – our program equips you for this and more.


Our Master in Arbitration program is designed to meet the escalating demand for arbitration experts in local and regional markets. We are committed to advancing scientific research in arbitration, adhering to UAE’s legal framework, and supporting master’s theses with a focus on comparative analytical studies.

By establishing a specialized legal center for Gulf legal studies in arbitration, we aim to significantly contribute to the development and preparation of our students. This program positions itself as a cornerstone for arbitration development in the UAE and GCC countries by offering expert consultations, organizing academic and professional conferences, and engaging stakeholders in the social service sector.

Admission Requirements

  • Earn a minimum CGPA of 2.00 on a scale of 4.00, demonstrating academic competence.
  • Successfully complete all courses outlined in the study plan, ensuring comprehensive knowledge.
  • Fulfill degree completion requirements within the program’s timeframe, showcasing commitment.
  • Successfully complete the “Thesis” course, reflecting research and analytical skills.
  • TOEFL ITP 550 or TOEFL iBT 79, IELTS Academic 6.0, EmSAT English 1400, Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE Academic) 50, or Cambridge English: Advanced Test of English 52, ensuring proficiency in English.
  • Introduction to Legal Studies – 3 Credit Hours
  • Sources of Obligations 1 – 3 Credit Hours
  • Principles of Commercial Law – 3 Credit Hours
  • Private International Law (Conflict of Laws) – 2 Credit Hours
  • Bankruptcy and Commercial Companies – 3 Credit Hours
  • Civil Procedures Code – 3 Credit Hours
  • Introduction to Research – 2 Credit Hours

AED 142,628

Future Career Outcomes

Our graduates have made significant strides in various sectors, showcasing the program’s alignment with industry demands. Alumni like Fatima Al-Mansouri, who now leads a major arbitration team for an international corporation, highlight the program’s success. The curriculum focuses on critical skills such as negotiation, legal analysis, and practical application, which are crucial in today’s evolving job market. This ensures that our graduates are not only prepared for current roles but are also adaptable to future shifts in the arbitration landscape.

Visa Requirements:

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